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Author Topic: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger  (Read 59611 times)

Offline amigo

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #30 on: November 15, 2008, 09:34:57 PM »
!Really!

Where is it written that (I) must stand up to months of 'BS' from dysfunctional people and can not respond in kind??????????

I no longer collect a check from anyone, 'DUDE' I am doing research on my 'DIME' to try to help the less advantaged...........

In difference to silly people like the 'PROFESSOR' who has some Freudian hang up. I have never expected to make a nickel from my work.

So if all you "" are happy with your "", please continue to pay your energy bills and taxes as is expected and designed by your respective handlers.

Really I feel very bad that the world society has produced this. What a shame indeed.

Gentleman I wish you well, for you all do indeed need it.

Dr. Stiffler

BTW I was freely giving, but gee you could not understand and accept, because all you could do was mouth off and pad yourselves on your back seeing you little words in public print.

God Help The Human Race........... As He is Indeed the Only One That Stands A Chance........................


Dr.Stiffler,

It's written in your head, or maybe not, perhaps you slept through that lesson on humility, decency and basic respect between human beings.

If we are supposed to be accepting only on your terms what you are "freely" giving then you can keep it to yourself. While in the process maybe you want to look up "altruism" in the dictionary and then reflect upon its meaning until it's clear...

And don't you "dude" me, use that on your doctor buddies there. I have utmost respect for your experience and knowledge but that does not mean that you can walk over other people because of it. You will not receive any pity from me, and it seems others will not give you any either, for you appear to have plenty of self-pity already.

That "better than others" attitude is what got us into this whole mess at the first place. For as long as there are people out there who think they are better or more entitled to something than others, humanity will struggle, be divided and ruled by one or more "handlers".

When you are ready to re-integrate into the rest of the society, you're welcome to come back, we'll be here...

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #30 on: November 15, 2008, 09:34:57 PM »

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #31 on: November 15, 2008, 09:54:24 PM »

Very astutely worded amigo.

I rather doubt he will be back though.

But you know...if he did come back, a changed person, all would be bygone in my book.

When it comes down to it, like yourself and many others here - all I am interested in a positive outcome.

Regards...




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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #32 on: November 15, 2008, 11:40:48 PM »
Dr Stiffler is one cool dude !!
THANKYOU FOR SHARING YOUR HARD WORK DOC!!
Getting O.U. and sharing it
Thanks Dr Stiffler
  Chet

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #33 on: November 16, 2008, 01:49:18 AM »
Very astutely worded amigo.

I rather doubt he will be back though.

But you know...if he did come back, a changed person, all would be bygone in my book.

When it comes down to it, like yourself and many others here - all I am interested in a positive outcome.

Regards...

Hi Cap-Z-ro,

I am really not holding a grudge against Doc or anybody else, but certain things boil my noodle to the point I can't just let it be. Doc's entitled to his opinion but we all need to have some manners when dealing with each other. Just because pese, or anyone else for that matter, does not write perfect English should not be a reason to be insulting about it.

Hopefully we can now go back to Ossie's circuit and the subject at hand...


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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #34 on: November 16, 2008, 01:41:11 PM »
Hi All,

Please see the following:

- All inductors are 0.9mm enamel wire wound ten turns tight on 85mm diameter plastic form.
- Circuit is the same as was previously shown except that there are 10 x 1N4148 diodes twisted in parallel.
- All components remain at room temperature.
- Use large batteries as it works far better and creates more energy using large batteries >200CCA.
- 270CCA Starter batteries are shown below in the picture of the device and setup.
- Allow whole setup to stay in same position and do not move or be disconnected for a full charging cycle.
- Circuit input current can be from 50-150ma with 100ma being the average.
- Starter batteries are prefered with this device because they do not drop in voltage as much as deep cycle batteries when discharging.

This device has been designed with lower impedance in mind and performs extremly well. Use the tester as shown in the circuit and pictures to determine if the circuit is working properly. If the circuit is working correctly the neon bulb on the tester will light when you momentarily touch the circuit at the test point indicated on the circuit.

Regards,

Ossie

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #34 on: November 16, 2008, 01:41:11 PM »
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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #35 on: November 16, 2008, 02:22:44 PM »
@callanan
Does the running battery receive any charge back with this coils?

PS
Also I made the circuit as the second circuit post and when I tried to connect a small motor in place of the charging battery it did not work. When I removed the 10uh to ground, then the motor began to spin.
« Last Edit: November 16, 2008, 02:44:59 PM by nievesoliveras »

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #36 on: November 16, 2008, 03:25:49 PM »
@calanan
instead of neon you can use also an Voltmeter in the testcircuits.
i done 50 years ago an diode to the input plug that bo in te meter
(2 or 20volt range).
So i i tested only co comes in bear from ansmall transitter, i can
see the rectified DC on meter. if i tuch with ONE cable on Oszillator
stage  i ca see any small workink of it.

But all this will not help you - to becomes more out - as the suply deliver.

GP
(I done this with analog meters, (an Germaniumdiode 1N34 1N60 OA90 enz)

Cants say , if Digitalmeters will workk in same configation fine)


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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #37 on: November 16, 2008, 04:54:19 PM »
ALL,

Please take note of the coils position in Ossie's pix, this will provide some coupling and will impact the operation of the circuit.

Ossie, can you edit the pix and indicate which coil is which relative to the schematic? I feel this will assist those in replicating your design and to get the same results. Just trying to be supportive.

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #38 on: November 16, 2008, 07:38:20 PM »

Yes, and probably the winding sense of the coils normally also counts for an oscillator, so it would help also to place a dot for each coil starting wire connection.  Or is it not important in this case I wonder?

Thanks,  Gyula

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #39 on: November 16, 2008, 11:13:52 PM »
Ossie my friend :),

very happy to see you ;D... it's been a while ;)

I can see this is a HOT topic and I thank you for the bottom of my heart for the effort to start it and mostly to continue it with your new proposed circuit.

I'm away from home till Nov. 27th so I can't do a replication now but I will once I return.

Thanks for sharing mate

Luc

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #40 on: November 17, 2008, 01:48:18 AM »
Ossie my friend :),

very happy to see you ;D... it's been a while ;)

I can see this is a HOT topic and I thank you for the bottom of my heart for the effort to start it and mostly to continue it with your new proposed circuit.

I'm away from home till Nov. 27th so I can't do a replication now but I will once I return.

Thanks for sharing mate

Luc

Hi Luc,

I hope you are well and I share your view that it is important for people to share openly their work with these technologies in these forums for the benifit of all.

I would like to also point out that the circuit I have come up with and presented was said to be derived from the work of Dr. Stiffler and John Bedini for a reason. The reason is that I now believe that true or pure Radiant Energy is made up of very many different frequencies. Just like the white light that the sun generates that is the source of energy for everything. It is also the form of energy that is developed by the circuits and devices of Dr. Stiffler. What I have done with this circuit is to be able to generate this true form of radiant energy and then direct it to charge a battery. Using radiant energy to charge a battery is clearly the work of John Bedini as everyone should well know by now. So this is why I have stated that I have come up with this circuit and device but it has been derived from the work of Dr. Stiffler and John Bedini.

Regards,

Ossie

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #41 on: November 17, 2008, 02:53:48 AM »
@all

I think that each coil takes the place of an inductor. That is take out one 10uh and put in its place a coil.

Jesus


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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #42 on: November 17, 2008, 03:11:02 AM »
@all

I think that each coil takes the place of an inductor. That is take out one 10uh and put in its place a coil.

Jesus

Jesus! A coil is an inductor....  ;)

Ossie

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #43 on: November 17, 2008, 03:28:38 AM »
@callanan

You are right!!! Forgive me I am just learning electronics now. My first contact with electronics was with the bedini motor a year ago.
I am learning fast. Because I need to get a selfrunner done.

Jesus


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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
« Reply #44 on: November 17, 2008, 03:54:27 AM »
Hi Luc,

I hope you are well and I share your view that it is important for people to share openly their work with these technologies in these forums for the benifit of all.

I would like to also point out that the circuit I have come up with and presented was said to be derived from the work of Dr. Stiffler and John Bedini for a reason. The reason is that I now believe that true or pure Radiant Energy is made up of very many different frequencies. Just like the white light that the sun generates that is the source of energy for everything. It is also the form of energy that is developed by the circuits and devices of Dr. Stiffler. What I have done with this circuit is to be able to generate this true form of radiant energy and then direct it to charge a battery. Using radiant energy to charge a battery is clearly the work of John Bedini as everyone should well know by now. So this is why I have stated that I have come up with this circuit and device but it has been derived from the work of Dr. Stiffler and John Bedini.

Regards,

Ossie


Thanks Ossie for the reply ;)

We are truly blessed to have the shared work of John Bedini and now Dr Stiffler for our use in new circuits. It help so much when we don't need to reinvent the wheel each time we have an idea ;D. We must learn to appreciate and recognize as you have done Ossie this most essential ground work since without it we have nothing and will gain nothing.

I have much hope we can all work together and further the circuit you are proposing. I have seen some excellent group participation in the water fuel topic which has gone further than I ever expected and is still developing.

I'm confident that you have found a worthy effect to study since you are making the effort to share it.

@everyone... Yes, it is an effort to do this and we should be grateful. So let us post only what will help develop what is being shared here and keep the rest to ourselves since the starting point of a new topic is most important.

Myself, I lost touch with Ossie's great research skills after not being able to understand a new experiment direction.he proposed. I ask you all to help if you can, as success will come when we work as a team. Even though I'm away from home I will see if I can find an electronic component store here and see if I can pickup the needed supplies to replicate Ossie's proposed circuit and share what I find.

Thank you Ossie and all for sharing.

Luc

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Re: 4 Mhz Solid State Radiant Battery Charger
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