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Author Topic: Captret and Tesla switch  (Read 44602 times)

Offline plengo

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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #30 on: January 31, 2011, 06:37:55 PM »
I think I may have figured out why the captret gives off extra energy. Its due to the radiant energy that surrounds us constantly, Heat. I figured out that the captret is a thermal couple, where normal thermal couples use two dissimilar metals the captret has two of the same metals. The heat thats around us is being gathered by the captret and turned into electricity, thus the reason for the self charging. Place your captrets near a heat source like the sun or light to get more power out of it. The good news is that there is heat around us at all times and the captret is a way to gather that extra radiant energy and put it to use. No matter where you go there will some type of heat, aka free energy, for us to use and the captret helps take advantage of it.

That's great. I will redo some of my experiments and use the LED 25 watts light to warm up the captret and see the effect.

Fausto.

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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #31 on: January 31, 2011, 07:55:13 PM »
That's great. I will redo some of my experiments and use the LED 25 watts light to warm up the captret and see the effect.

Fausto.

You could as try ceramic capacitors too, they seem to give a nice voltage increase when heat is applied. I've a video demonstrating that here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fldbdQr-c5I

The ceramic capacitors can also be squeezed like a piezoelectric too, also shown in the video.

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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #32 on: June 12, 2011, 08:24:49 AM »
I may have stumbled on a captret effect. This is not my area and I am not sure.

What struck me at the time as anomalous was that voltage increase by x 5, but amperage did not appear to decrease. This should not be possible. At the time I thought my amperage measurements must have been flawed (I still think this is the best explanation unless there is a better one). Putting it another way, how is it possible to amplify voltage without reducing amperage?

Yet that is what appeared to happen. Voltage definitely increased, but amperage seemed to remain constant.

In the experiment, I connected three toroid cores with various winding configurations to a capacitor, and tried to amplify the potential difference between my hands (the voltage in my skin). I was trying to build a human voltage amplifier to power telephones.

The experiment was as follows. A triple toroid solenoid array (configuration below, essentially three composite toroid cores with wire wound round them) was used to test the potential difference supplied solely by human skin (using various winding configurations) whilst connected to a 350v 3.3uf capacitor.

The results were as follows:

The apparatus amplified human potential difference (voltage output from the surface of the skin) when the fingers of different hands were used as terminal outputs.

The extent of the voltage amplification was modest but interesting. No changes in amperage took place that I was able to identify (other than by mathematical inference).

Amplification raised voltage from 0.08 volts (80 millivolts) to a steady (unchanging) 0.406 volts (volts not millivolts)

Vmax  (maximum voltage obtained) = 0.406v
Imax (maximum amperage obtained) = 0.4 milliamps

With this device voltage quickly reached a maximum level of 0.406 volts where it remained steady for 50 minutes (and presumably indefinitely) and amperage remained constant at 0.4ma for 50 minutes (and presumably indefinitely provided the human body is alive).

Accordingly, I suggest the device constitutes a type of human body voltage amplifier.

I tried and failed to illuminate various types of LED with the output of the device, but my LEDs were poor quality power hungry devices.

The toroid configuration used in the experiment was as follows:

Toroid A = 3 inch outer diameter (2 inch inner diameter) ferrite powder torus ring with two (approximately 0.3mm core) insulated copper wires wound around it 75 times each (a green wire and a yellow wire).

Each wire was wound around approximately 50% of the ferrite ring, so there was only one layer of wire. 75 windings of each wire were applied to Toroid A, giving a total of 150 windings on the toroid .

On each side of the torus, a pair of yellow and green wires exited. The windings were wrapped in insulating tape.

Toroid B = Much smaller 3cm outer diameter and 1cm inner diameter ferrite powder ring, wound with a single layer of 60 windings from one orange coloured copper wire.

Toroid C was identical to Toroid A save it had 150 windings of a single strand of orange wire of the same diameter. Two single orange wires exited toroid C.

One of the orange wires from Toroid C was connected to one pair of the yellow/green wires exiting Toroid A.

The other orange wire exiting Toroid C was connected to the red +ve sensor of the multi-meter.

The only remaining wires (a green and yellow wire exiting Toroid A) were connected to the black –ve sensor of the multimeter.

Connecting Toroid A on its own to the multimeter gave very low voltage readings and no reading at all for amperage.

At this point the capacitor was connected to the system after carefully ensuring it had been fully discharged.

I connected one multimeter sensor to one set of wires coming from the coil and then to the capacitor, and the other sensor only to the remaining pin of the capacitor.

This resulted in the above amplification of the potential difference in a Gaussian surface comprised of the skin on a living human body.

Is this what you would characterise as a captret effect?

« Last Edit: June 12, 2011, 08:51:45 AM by quantumtangles »

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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #32 on: June 12, 2011, 08:24:49 AM »
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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #33 on: June 12, 2011, 04:18:28 PM »
@quantumtangles,

that is a great finding. Would you be able to post a picture of your toroids so that it is much easier to follow? The capacitor you used was used on a normal configuration I assume? Could you post also a picture of an oscilloscope of input and output?

Many thanks,

Fausto.

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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #34 on: June 12, 2011, 08:36:03 PM »
@ Plengo

I can sure post photos of the toroids I used and the capacitor. I have used them for other experiments since then. They are not in the precise configuration but they have the same windings.

I did not use an oscilloscope for the voltage and amperage readings. I used a multi-metre which I can show in the photos.

My wife is in full 'anti-experimentation mode' this weekend (she is fed up with me experimenting all the time) so I will have to wait until Monday to post photos.
« Last Edit: June 12, 2011, 08:56:28 PM by quantumtangles »

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Re: Captret and Tesla switch
« Reply #35 on: June 12, 2011, 11:51:06 PM »
@ Plengo

I iterate I am not claiming to have made a 'discovery'.

On the contrary, I sent my findings to an academic at a major UK university. Although we remain in contact about other matters, he did not actually respond to the email about the experiment in question. I assumed it was of no significance (which may yet prove to be the case).

The aspect that most concerns me (the aspect that leads me to think I must have fallen into error) was the apparent amplification in voltage 'unaccompanied' by a proportionate decrease in amperage. The most reasonable explanation for this is experimental error.

Also, I did not use an oscilloscope. Merely a multi-metre.

For these reasons I would be most interested to learn whether it can be experimentally verified by other people.

Photos to follow next week.

 

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