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Author Topic: Lasersaber's Long Distance Wire Battery  (Read 17708 times)

Offline crowclaw

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Re: Lasersaber's Long Distance Wire Battery
« Reply #15 on: January 27, 2010, 07:55:48 PM »
These earth battery experiments are producing excellent results. How about  using a standard chart for logging the results e.g. type of materials for +ve / -ve gauge of wire / solid or stranded, distance covered, depth if buried... etc etc. Just a suggestion so results can be compared across the globe. We are in our winter period in the UK but come the spring and lighter evenings I'll have a look myself. Would be interesting to know the frequency of these pulses. Excellent work.

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Re: Lasersaber's Long Distance Wire Battery
« Reply #15 on: January 27, 2010, 07:55:48 PM »

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Re: Lasersaber's Long Distance Wire Battery
« Reply #16 on: January 27, 2010, 08:35:49 PM »
These earth battery experiments are producing excellent results. How about  using a standard chart for logging the results e.g. type of materials for +ve / -ve gauge of wire / solid or stranded, distance covered, depth if buried... etc etc. Just a suggestion so results can be compared across the globe. We are in our winter period in the UK but come the spring and lighter evenings I'll have a look myself. Would be interesting to know the frequency of these pulses. Excellent work.

This is a good idea.  This was the intent of the EER data logging topic, to compare same set-ups all over the world.  We had only a few folks post scope shots but it was very interesting to see the similarities, and the differences.

I still suspect that we would be able to see anomalies either before, during or just after a major world event like earthquakes, volcanic eruptions or thunder storms, and maybe a solar event or two.


Bill


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Re: Lasersaber's Long Distance Wire Battery
« Reply #17 on: January 28, 2010, 03:24:41 AM »
These earth battery experiments are producing excellent results. How about  using a standard chart for logging the results e.g. type of materials for +ve / -ve gauge of wire / solid or stranded, distance covered, depth if buried... etc etc. Just a suggestion so results can be compared across the globe. We are in our winter period in the UK but come the spring and lighter evenings I'll have a look myself. Would be interesting to know the frequency of these pulses. Excellent work.
I agree with Bill and I would like to add a piece.
Would you be willing to draw up a chart?
Make it one that can be shown on a jpeg with 600px width.
Then we can download the jpeg and using the text from an image program we can add our figures and upload them.
Otherwise I would request an open source spreadsheet, but most folks have a hard time with spreadsheets, so that is my second choice.

>> and please move it to the datalogging thread, because that is where all the previous records would be<<


thank you,

jeanna

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Re: Lasersaber's Long Distance Wire Battery
« Reply #18 on: January 28, 2010, 08:26:24 PM »
Hi jeanna,
I will give this some thought... may be others can offer ideas as well regarding it's content and format etc.  Awaiting responces. kind regards 


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Re: Lasersaber's Long Distance Wire Battery
« Reply #19 on: February 18, 2010, 06:30:39 AM »
Lasersaber,
Just noticed this thread. Very interesting work, thanx for sharing. You mentioned in one of your posts about using a smaller gauge copper wire. Why is that? I would think a thicker wire with more circumference would enhance the effect. Or would the smaller gauge maybe concentrate the electron movement????

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Re: Lasersaber's Long Distance Wire Battery
« Reply #19 on: February 18, 2010, 06:30:39 AM »
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Re: Lasersaber's Long Distance Wire Battery
« Reply #20 on: April 01, 2010, 04:19:06 AM »
Hi,

I'm new to the group and have been lurking for awhile soaking up a lot of knowledge, the learning curve is steep.
 
Inspired by Pirate, Lasersaber, Bodkins, Jenna, Lidmotor, and several others, I've been planting earth cells in my back yard, and winding toriods for that perfect Joule Thief. 

My earth cells include one with 78' of mag ribbon and 30+ feet of copper with putting out about 1.5V + and several ma.  Another consists of a galvanized fence and a galvanized water pipe running parallel N to S putting out ~ .75v and several ma.  A third cell is 20' long next to my shop made with a piece of rebar South and Copper pipe North putting out less than 1 v and low current. 

Yesterday I buried a 50' mag ribbon and a 12 gauge 50' copper wire running true North South.  It puts out about 1.6V and several ma. 

Now, all cells combined are putting out about 40 ma current  and about 1.5 V.  enough to power and LED and a small DC Motor.

To get the most current and voltage from the cells, one is connected single wire and one cell is connected negative to positive.  It doesn't seem to make a lot of sense but it works. 

I plan on adding another N/S copper/mag cell shortly. Hope it is not all galvanic. 

I see that Jeanna has had success with her "Power Plant", excellent!

Thank you all for the great work you are doing.  It's a facinating hobby.  Here's a link to my Youtube channel to see what I up to  http://www.youtube.com/user/dcspc1?feature=mhw5   I know the neighbors must think I'm nutts. Shades of Stubblefield *LOL*  Cheers!

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Re: Lasersaber's Long Distance Wire Battery
« Reply #21 on: April 08, 2010, 12:49:44 AM »
I added another long wire earth battery today using 45' magnesium ribbon as the anode south and a 4' long x 1/2" copper pipe north.  It puts out over 1.45 volts and about 4 milliamps.  It started up fine then voltage dropped and seemed to oscillate.  I don't have a scope so I have no clue, I guess the anode and cathode lost contact.  I pulsed the ground with a 12 volt battery and it came back on line.  I connected it in parallel with my other two long wire cells and was able to light a 5 mm white LED with a Joule Thieif with a small secondary.  Please check out my video on YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyEbdFMKIkA
Keep Moving Forward
Doug  :)

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Re: Lasersaber's Long Distance Wire Battery
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Re: Lasersaber's Long Distance Wire Battery
« Reply #22 on: April 08, 2010, 10:09:21 AM »

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Re: Lasersaber's Long Distance Wire Battery
« Reply #23 on: April 08, 2010, 08:30:26 PM »
@lasersaber,
I would really like to hear how long your magnesium ribbon lasted... or if it is still running.
My third plant battery went out today.
Granted this is a test on minimal ribbon amounts and the length is around 20 inches for each mg and cu.
The details are on the eer running a jtc thread, but since it relates to the mg ribbon and the full earth battery I am curious.

I hope you have a little time to reply soon.

thank you,

jeanna

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Re: Lasersaber's Long Distance Wire Battery
« Reply #24 on: August 21, 2010, 03:54:42 AM »
OK This is interesting
Thnks Lasersaber
I have the Mg ribbon and was going to do a circular thing around the neg as suggested to me by Jeanna (And will) as opposed to a straight run but you have done it. Good info. I'm Jassed.
Will be trenching (from N-W corner) a copper 12ga bare (Maybe 1 wavy ^v^v^v^v^v^v and one straight), and a 26ga Insulated Mag wire and 2nd scrapped one side for compairison.
 Across the back of the lot (400') east west.
 I'm thinking 6" deep then theirs another 200' in a south direction
Might hire a neighborhood kid to do the digging :')

Mg wire to go south along the fence 200' (Could go then 400' east if shown beneficial)
I'm wondering what taps along these wires would show? can we tap more where needed?
How about one Poss and several different Negs?
Another question is this wire by itself as Opposed to adding to my berried elements
Yah this is fun.
FrznWtr

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