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Author Topic: My free energy experiment.  (Read 65181 times)

Offline stevensrd1

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Re: My free energy experiment.
« Reply #60 on: October 11, 2010, 01:28:05 AM »
I posted some pics of the solid state recharger Im working on, Im using one battery to recharge two in parallel on this experiment. These pics were taken after a new restart with the main bat fully recharged and the two in parallel fully drained,,well its been running an hour or so anyway. The pics were not so bad on my computer but after I uploaded them to my freedrive they seemed way darker, so you really cant see much,,sorry. My better camera only does pics until I get the right cable, which I should have in a week. Then Ill do video. I can do video on my older camera but its not so great. Anyway you can look if you want, dont expect much on these pics there just to dark. I did take a snapshot or two of my cd motor experiment running. Oh ignore the messy table lol. Ok so heres the link http://www.freedrive.com/file/1300231 Ill get some good video in maybe a week, when I get that dv cord,,should be bright and clear then.

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« Reply #61 on: October 11, 2010, 06:18:11 AM »
Heres some updates. My battery to battery recharger seemed to work well, it was not long after I posted that article a few back when I said the reading was at 1339, I simply changed it to two batteries on the recharging side and in parallel now, it still has one battery as the power source,,but it is not a rechargeable battery. The batteries on the recharging side read 1309, at 12:03 am,,the second battery I put in was completely drained, so everything lowered on the meter. Im still running the cd motor experiment, but its restarted. What I mean by that is I put the main batteries in my 1 hour plug in recharger for about maybe 10 minutes, then I just put them back into cd motor experiment. But on the parallel side I only have two batteries this time,,not three. And they are reading 1360 as of 12:04 am, I should note here that the two batteries this time on the parallel side were not drained as I usually do, I was just playing around this time anyway, so I left them as they were. They seem to be taking on a nice recharge. So both of these experiments seem to be doing well. I can get some video in a week or a little longer perhaps then a week,,it depends. Really you should just try the cd motor experiment yourself. As to the one battery recharging two,,that uses circuits, so Ill half to make a schematic for that I guess later. Ill still get video tho later..

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« Reply #62 on: October 11, 2010, 10:00:45 AM »
Ive been doing a little experiment for years, every time I do it, it still amazes me. I took a small motor, then took it apart, and on the rotor shaft where there is three contacts, I bend one out and in till it drops  off, remember this is not the two main power contacts on the back of the motor, but it is one of the three contacts on the motors shaft, the part that has the coils on it,,then put the motor back together. Oh do this carefully if you try it least you break a coil wire and it wont work. Anyway so this turns the motor into what I call a pulser motor. As power is applied it will make and break electrical contact as it spins. You may have to start this motor by hand, once its started it keeps going. Now to the neat part. I take two batteries 1.5v rechargeable and wire these in series, as a separate circuit so to speak. Then I take three more of the same kind of batteries and wire these in parallel. Now what you do is take the negative of the parallel set and connect it to the negative of the series  set. Then you take the positive of the parallel set, connect it to the pulser motor then to the other positive of the series set. Now the motor should be spinning, if not give it a hand start. This thing will run for up to 24 hours but varies, and it will also recharge the three batteries in parallel. So we have two batteries draining, three recharging and a motor spinning. Be sure when starting this experiment your two batteries in series are fully charged and that your three batteries in parallel are fully drained. Here is another hint, you will know you got the pulser motor working right when you can stop it, and it stays stopped,  and restart it by hand,,when it is connected to the batteries. This should be simple enough to follow I hope. Enjoy. :)
This is basicly a motor that runs on 1.5V. The sudden break of the commetators inside the motor will pulse charge the battery, but the energy you use to build up the magnetic field will steal the same amount. Take the resistance and the heat due to loss in the motor, this motor will run on 1.5V pretty inefficient. I guess you have already experienced that this motor did stop after some time with the same batteries.

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« Reply #63 on: October 11, 2010, 12:54:45 PM »
hi tried another exp.  put 2 car bats in series ,..#1-11.6v...#2-10.25V,....put #3car bat 10.75v,..parallel with lawn tractor battery 4.1v...ran the positive of series to postive of radiator fan motor,...ran negative of fan to positive of parallel #3 ....neg. of lawn bat to neg. of series,....this ran for ~3-4 hours ...# 1-10.5v,..#2-4.75v,...#3 -10.25v,...lawn bat 11.95v...put #2 on trickle charge 15mins....10.75v,...usually takes at least 12 hours to do this...plus the lawn tractor bat has been dead for 3 years until now. I'm curious as to why #2 lost so much compared to #1 since they were in series, and why #3 hardly changed, while lawn increased quite abit....any ideas?....thanx ...shylo


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« Reply #64 on: October 11, 2010, 01:49:14 PM »
Low-Q Yeah I would say its pretty efficient considering you can run it on two batteries and recharge three batteries with it at the same time. But the posting you copied from was for the altered cd motor,,these last posting, last few pages even are about an unaltered cd motor, since the unaltered or regular cd motor does just as well if not better in some ways.

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« Reply #65 on: October 11, 2010, 01:57:54 PM »
No idea shylo,,I been trying to keep it small and simple,,have not worked such on anything bigger then a 1.5 volt battery..Suppose the principal is somewhat the same with larger batteries. You would need all the series batteries at or very close to the same reading to start it all with to get better or more accurate readings, theres a lot of energy swapping going on no doubt.

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« Reply #66 on: October 11, 2010, 02:00:31 PM »
Oh by the way I borrowed a video camera so I could make the video now. This video Ill link to here is continuing from the recent articles I wrote about on the cd motor and the solid state recharger. Here is the video, I put it on youtube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bi9JWiYIttk

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« Reply #67 on: October 11, 2010, 05:04:50 PM »
Steve.
You must use a cd motor?
Or you could use a motor of a toy?
Greetings

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« Reply #68 on: October 11, 2010, 05:33:05 PM »
Yes I first started the forum topic using a modified motor,,then later went to using just a regular old cd motor..

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« Reply #69 on: October 11, 2010, 09:29:40 PM »
Steve:
Can I use a toy motor without modifications?
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Offline stevensrd1

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« Reply #70 on: October 11, 2010, 11:18:22 PM »
@Diegra sure give it a try, its just an experiment right.

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« Reply #71 on: October 11, 2010, 11:27:56 PM »
This should be interesting. Im trying something different altogether. I got a wii controller and it has a battery in it. Its the kind of batteries you can take out and put them on a wildcharge charger. Anyway the battery has its own build in circuit to recharge the battery, with a blinking light and all. I took that and wired it in reverse. Im using its own battery which is a 3.7v battery to recharge 5 1.5v batteries in parallel.So far my 5 bats read at 1357 which is higher then any of my other readings so far. Its been running since this morning and its 3.7v battery still reads on my meter at 3.64Volts So this may turn out interesting considering Im recharging 5 batteries with it. Ill keep updates posted on how high a recharge they take. I like this wii circuit on this battery it just blinks away bright blue flashes on its little led light. Like I said I wired it in reverse so the circuit thinks its own battery is the input from the wildcharge recharger. And its output goes to my 5 parallel batteries. Kind of neat I think,,like I said ill post updates.


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« Reply #72 on: October 12, 2010, 12:21:11 AM »
Ok the wii experiment,,did not turn out so well, ,back to the drawing board lol

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« Reply #73 on: October 12, 2010, 03:32:35 AM »
hi I just found out something by accident ,....I'm trying to repeat it now,....hooked 2 bats in parallel,.... to drain for next exp.....but I hooked them wrong ,......pos to pos ,...neg to cd motor,....of one battery,......neg of other bat was to ,...other terminal of motor,...and to pos of both other positives ,.....I had it run for ~4-5hrs.........nothing charged...strange thing was that the volts after running were close to the same value...ran all that time ,but really didn't lose any power.........volts......I not sure though until I get a new meter..takes some time before meter settels down......goes high and then always winds down...before settling.......shylo

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« Reply #74 on: October 12, 2010, 07:10:17 AM »
No idea, keep at it and you will figure it out Im sure. Look up theory of electron flow. It flows from from negative to positive, thats when a battery is running something or draining. In the case of the cd motor experiment it flows according to recharging, which is positive to positive and negative to negative, or rather stronger positive pulls electrons from weaker positive. And stronger negative forces electrons into weaker negative. Or again rather it pulls electrons from positive and puts them into negative, which is reverse of draining, Its how batteries recharge by electron flow in reverse. A recharged battery just has more electrons in the negative side of the battery and less electrons in positive side of the battery. When a complete path is formed. Say a battery and a motor only,,electrons flow out the negative through the motor and into the positive. This happens until the positive side of the battery has as many electrons as the negative side of the battery has,,then electron flow is equalized and stops flowing. In the cd motor experiment, the two main batteries in series are stronger then say two or even three batteries in parallel. So the batteries in parallel can recharge. Batteries in series their voltages add up.. Batteries in parallel their voltages dont add up but remain the same. So two batteries in series add up to say about 3 volts or so. Two batteries in parallel even if recharged, will read just 1.5 volts or so. When we fully drain the parallel batteries before a cd motor test, we make them so they can recharge the most or accept the most electrons without as much resistance, because the more they recharge the more internal resistance builds up in them to resist recharging. And by being sure your series batteries are fully recharged before a cd motor experiment we will be providing the most electron force or flow for the longest time, allowing more of a recharge into the parallel batteries. Just remember when a battery drains running something, electron flows one way,,and during recharge flows in reverse..

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