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Author Topic: Captret and Tesla switch  (Read 44603 times)

Offline plengo

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Captret and Tesla switch
« on: December 28, 2010, 12:56:36 AM »
I would like to share an experiment that utilizes the "Captret" (named by ibpointless2) and Tesla switch.

I noticed that the combination of the two ideas provides a simple and yet effective solution for producing light and possibly "work" for no energy cost.

On the schematic below one can see two modified caps, 2 batteries SLA 12v, one LED 5watts and a switch that is switching at a mere 2 hz frequency.

On the gig picture one will noticed that the relay is not visible. A video soon will be posted on youtube showing the whole thing working.

The two caps (as seen on the picture) are modified caps into a "Captret" where I added a clip that touches the outside casing of the capacitor and a wire connects it to the negative terminal of the capacitor.

The switch (S1) will connect the capacitor (C1) on the left to the top positive terminal of the battery B1 which is in series with battery B2. This will cause C1 to be charged to the full 24v (or whatever voltage that is). On the next stage of the switching process, C1 will than be connected to the positive of B2 (or negative of B1) where it will dump its charge into B2 causing it to charge up.

During discharge of the capacitor C1 into the battery B2 an LED will momentarily light up a little bit brighter. When S1 is connecting C1 into the positive of B1 the LED will also be lit but just a little bit less bright.

The whole process repeats to infinitum.

Even though this process has no obvious reasons to make one believe that the batteries B1 and B2 will charge up (increase both in voltage) while ligthing an LED for free as time passes, it indeed does.

Frequency is very important since, decreasing or increasing it will not work. There is a certain point where it simply works.

The captret alteration of the capacitors IS what makes this work, since I have (and many others) done this kind of "Tesla Switching" many times in the past and it always end up using all the energy available in the batteries until they simply die.

For some very strange reason I am to believe in the facts that somehow this configuration allows an "extra energy" from the capacitors to be exploited directing it to the battery B2 when switching.

Fausto.

ps: C1 and C2 are identical capacitors of 6000 uf 40v. B1 and B2 are two identical SLA batteries of 12v 5 amp/hour. LED is a 5 watts white super bright LED. Any relay will work.

ps2: videos here:

Part 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86A2hqg_2KA
Part 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01OmBjA0QoI
Part 3 (OU finally) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukJqJPat9Ow
Part 4 (OU+) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFO2wo6Ovk0
Part 5 (OU++) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjCwfX2nh4s
« Last Edit: December 28, 2010, 06:45:42 AM by plengo »

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Captret and Tesla switch
« on: December 28, 2010, 12:56:36 AM »

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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #1 on: December 28, 2010, 09:35:58 AM »
hi Fausto - greetings for the New Year!


interesting developments with your Tesla Switch adaptation

remember on your self-sustaining Bedini thread we exchanged info about possible development of cap self-charge?

at that time all my earlier (2008/9) tests with cap self-charge had been down at the mV level because i'd been letting caps recharge from shorted condition

but since early this year i've been observing this effect both on caps & batteries at usable voltages (although the re-charge voltage swings are still comparatively low)

anyway, i thought i'd give you an update which may link into this whole cap re-charge issue which folks here have been observing and experimenting with for several years now


i think i may have achieved your suggestion for feeding the cap self-charge energy in with other effects to achieve a self-sustaining solid-state circuit

over the approx 19 days it's been operating a DIY cell-stack i made, the mean on-load terminal voltage has increased from 1.6V to 1.9V (varying with daily ambient temperature) and the trend shows it's still increasing

i feedback coil field-collapse energy via an LED into a 2200uF cap & then this feeds my DIY cell-stack which supplies the circuit

  http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=10174.0

thought you might be interested since you raised the question as to whether this might be possible!

all the best with your experiments
sandy

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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #2 on: December 28, 2010, 02:31:51 PM »
@fausto

It is good that you opened a new topic.

Jesus

Update:

I saw the videos you posted and you got it! Congratulations!!!
The only detail that is left is the auto switching.
« Last Edit: December 28, 2010, 02:55:34 PM by nievesoliveras »

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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #3 on: December 29, 2010, 12:49:23 AM »
I have posted 7 videos so far showing the progress of the voltage on the batteries going up constantly while maintaining the LED lit.

I am also working on a totally solid state switching mechanism to replace the mechanical relay. It would be really appreciated if someone could help in designing a very simple and efficient switching solid state circuit that emulates the physical simple switch of the relay.

Voltage when this experiment started was 18.36v and now after 1 1/2 days it is 18.8681v and still going up. This is by far one of my best success stories where voltage is ABOVE resting voltage while giving light and still going up.

I need help.

Fausto.

ps: video part 6: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mrLbHT66n8E
video part 7: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Qh6uY5a_C0

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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #4 on: December 29, 2010, 01:27:20 AM »
Hi plengo,

ive been keeping an eye on IBPointless's tests and yours, unfortunately i am somewhat hindered at the moment with a broken arm ( its getting better ).

Do you have any 7555's?

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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #5 on: December 29, 2010, 01:29:57 AM »
no I don't have a 7555 only 555s. Hey this 7555 spec is GREAT, micro-amp range. This is exactly what I am looking for.

Fausto.

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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #6 on: December 29, 2010, 02:12:31 AM »
I have been considering to use a car flasher as an oscillator.
It is an oscillator. The only thing needed is to open it and change the resistance to get the oscillation desired.

It does not need a driver.

I could be wrong though.

Jesus

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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #7 on: December 29, 2010, 02:23:44 AM »
as far as i know ( I might be wrong but i dont think i am ), the 7555 can be plugged in as a direct replacement for a 555 with the exception of the pin-3 output current.

if anybody knows better please comment.

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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #8 on: December 29, 2010, 08:38:19 AM »
@plengo,

Here is one way to do it.

Groundloop.

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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #9 on: December 29, 2010, 03:44:16 PM »
@plengo,

Here is one way to do it.

Groundloop.

Thank you Groundloop. I was thinking the same since we've done that before, what I did not know is the consumption being that low. I will try it.

Fausto.

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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #10 on: December 30, 2010, 08:26:26 PM »
A little update with my logging of the voltages.

I am also starting another captret circuit (version 8) where I am extracting about 46ma on average 16 volts (about 0.736 watts/h of power). I am not sure about this one. Battery is very depleted so I will have to wait and see it.

The captret of the videos is working wonderfully well.


Fausto.

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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #11 on: January 01, 2011, 06:27:22 AM »
my latest voltage is: total both bateries = 19.6782v, battery B1 = 9.71v and B2 = 9.97v.

LED is a little bit brighter very noticeable to the eye.

I dont understand really why this one setup works so well.

I have been playing with the captret and there is a lot more than we can see. It is almost as if it has 3 caps inside and you can move charges from 2 of the interval virtual caps back and forth at any speed and not have any loss at all except the normal loss any cap looses when once charged let it sit.

I know that one will always loose around 50% of the energy when moving a charge from one capacitor to another (at least that's what the formulas on the books teaches) but with the captret one can move the charges back and forth on the internal virtual caps breaking that law.

I am able to pulse from those virtual caps and light 2 LEDs without any noticeable loss on the main normal poles of the cap and neither of the 2 virtual caps. It is very strange. I think this is one of the keys of the understanding of how the captret really works.

I have not been able to replicate my first currently running setup yet.

Fausto.

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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #12 on: January 01, 2011, 04:48:54 PM »

I have not been able to replicate my first currently running setup yet.

Hi plengo,
What do you mean your first setup? Do you have another variation of the setup than the one we saw in the photos you uploaded already?
I have bought a lot of caps in order to replicate your experiment, except I want to try NiMH rechargeable batteries instead of Lead acid ones. Maybe the charging time will be different. I have to adjust the duty cycle and also the relay switching time. I plan to use a reed switch in place of the relay( I do not have one that works on 12V DC).
How did you came across with the present caps value (6000MFD)?
Thanks for sharing with us your discovery, I think this is the most important discovery in 2010 in the free energy community: the Captret effect or the "Plengo effect" in honour to its discoverer.
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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #13 on: January 01, 2011, 06:06:28 PM »
Hello aaron5120,

the 6000mfd is just what I had around. I also played with many different caps sizes and shapes. Bigger better and higher voltage also better.

Make sure you use an LED that will show light on very very low amperage like 1 to 5ma. The effect is charging the battery while I am consuming that little power and getting light.

My second design is the one I am changing as I am learning about this captret. The FIRST design is untouched running for a week now and I will leave it running untouched for many more days to come so that it will show without any doubt that it is OU and free.

BTW, the captret was found and published publicly by a user named "ibpointless2" not me, so it should be called the ibpointless2 effect.

I also agree this has been an amazing discovery this year of 2010.

Fausto.


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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #14 on: January 02, 2011, 05:45:40 AM »

BTW, the captret was found and published publicly by a user named "ibpointless2" not me, so it should be called the ibpointless2 effect.

I also agree this has been an amazing discovery this year of 2010.

Fausto.


Plengo I do thank you for being such a honest man.

I don't think people would like the "ibpointless2 effect", they might think it's a joke. I would say use my last name "Lovelace" but to some that is also a joke. Maybe use my initials "SLL Effect" , but i see the "Captret Effect" as best.


Plengo have you figured out a switching to use? I know it will be hard to build one, but the simpler the better. I also have a good feeling that transistors should not be used, unless used in a different way. You're probably asking why i would say that? I believe that our current setup of electronic components are setup to fail at getting overunity or free energy, they work with the idea of a closed environment. Sometimes the component needs to be adjusted different to get on the right track for overunity, I've shown that with the captret. I've have a few ideas brewing in my head and i'll post one if it truly works.

Some people are worried that i've stop working on the captret, but i'm really gathering a better understanding of it. My Goal has been to get to the bottom of this effect and i believe i'm getting close. I can make home made captrets with 20 captret layers, each producing their own power. I've got captrets powering themselves and other things, and when given a load will output more power over time. We have barely scratched the surface of the Captret effect, trust me it gets more crazier than self charging batteries.

Keep up the Good work Plengo, I really do enjoy watching the videos.

 

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