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Author Topic: Joerg Raimund Hempel and his Ionic Magnetic Power IMP CAP Charging  (Read 135402 times)

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Re: Jörg Raimund Hempel and his Ionic Magnetic Power IMP CAP Charging
« Reply #90 on: March 14, 2011, 04:30:34 AM »
@gyulasun

May I say your inquiry is valid indeed and I am happy to speak with you again. It has been some time and I know you are doing well. I say "I know" because saying "I hope" is totally bad for the one receiving the intention.

Yes the wire could be some other high resistance 32awg wire.

Notice how my wire just glowed completely and fell apart. There was no spark, but yes I was at .3F but still at 20 volts. Now look at his sparks in the image I grabbed below. Nice sparks indeed. So after these sparks, he hit it again and then he got his wire to glow. He lost a good part of the energy just in the shown spark.

Anyways we will see. If his device does work like he says, then this is big stuff

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Re: Jörg Raimund Hempel and his Ionic Magnetic Power IMP CAP Charging
« Reply #91 on: March 14, 2011, 10:38:48 AM »
Hi wattsup,

Thanks and I agree the inventor surely consumed much energy in the first sparks by not letting the wire to contact too long and then the rest of the stored energy glowed the resistive wire.

In fact, the wire material does not count too much in this situation, I did not mean this as a "proof" of anything but just an observation. A highly resistive wire can become red hot too within seconds, a mere question of the energy you expose it to.

I agree with your other observations and keep them coming.

rgds,
Gyula

@gyulasun

May I say your inquiry is valid indeed and I am happy to speak with you again. It has been some time and I know you are doing well. I say "I know" because saying "I hope" is totally bad for the one receiving the intention.

Yes the wire could be some other high resistance 32awg wire.

Notice how my wire just glowed completely and fell apart. There was no spark, but yes I was at .3F but still at 20 volts. Now look at his sparks in the image I grabbed below. Nice sparks indeed. So after these sparks, he hit it again and then he got his wire to glow. He lost a good part of the energy just in the shown spark.

Anyways we will see. If his device does work like he says, then this is big stuff

wattsup

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Re: Jörg Raimund Hempel and his Ionic Magnetic Power IMP CAP Charging
« Reply #92 on: March 14, 2011, 12:04:58 PM »
if Hempel mentions any info on the material of the wire? Is it copper, alu or what else?

Interesting... Actually he never says what kind of material it is. During the whole 10 minute video clip he only talks of a "thin wire" or "wire" but never mentiones if it's a copper, alu, iron wire or something else . Since he avoids that I must assume it might not be the usual copper wire which I initially assumed.

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Re: Jörg Raimund Hempel and his Ionic Magnetic Power IMP CAP Charging
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Re: Jörg Raimund Hempel and his Ionic Magnetic Power IMP CAP Charging
« Reply #93 on: March 15, 2011, 06:13:27 PM »
At 1:36 in the video he says that its "Kupfer", which is german for copper.

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Re: Jörg Raimund Hempel and his Ionic Magnetic Power IMP CAP Charging
« Reply #94 on: March 16, 2011, 01:04:18 AM »
Thanks PeterMax, you are correct.

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Re: Jörg Raimund Hempel and his Ionic Magnetic Power IMP CAP Charging
« Reply #95 on: March 16, 2011, 08:01:19 AM »
Mr. Hempel has called me today.

He has offered me to bring my own large capacitor
and invited me to personally  look at his setup.
Stefan.

Many Spuercapacitors are fraudently labeled -- they are often only 1/10 - 1/3 of their labeled value! I have personally tested some and returned them.
Any tests should be done with Maxwell Booster caps or similar.  I use the 650 Farad Boostercaps which we tested and found to actually be from 750 - 790 Farad over a batch of 20 of them.

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Re: Jörg Raimund Hempel and his Ionic Magnetic Power IMP CAP Charging
« Reply #96 on: March 16, 2011, 09:15:02 AM »
Thanks PeterMax, you are correct.

Hi Folks,

Thanks for the copper wire 'news', though I tend to maintain my observation on the bright wire issue.  I think now the wire can be either a tinned copper wire or anything else... including resistive wire too. But the main issue is the inventor first makes the sparks, hence reduces the energy stored in the supercapacitor, then he glows the wire with the rest of the energy.

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Re: Jörg Raimund Hempel and his Ionic Magnetic Power IMP CAP Charging
« Reply #97 on: March 16, 2011, 01:28:16 PM »
@all

Regarding the wire, here is a close up of the wire just before he makes the first spark. While looking at the video motions in close up I can see it is copper wire like we usually use. But that room he is in is soooooo grey that on some angles you could swear it was a tinned copper, but it is in fact light colored copper when you look close enough.

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Re: Jörg Raimund Hempel and his Ionic Magnetic Power IMP CAP Charging
« Reply #98 on: March 16, 2011, 10:44:32 PM »
@all

Regarding the wire, here is a close up of the wire just before he makes the first spark. While looking at the video motions in close up I can see it is copper wire like we usually use. But that room he is in is soooooo grey that on some angles you could swear it was a tinned copper, but it is in fact light colored copper when you look close enough.

wattsup

Hi wattsup,

Thanks for clarifying this! I am pleased I did not stir an even higher storm from this in this teacup, lol.
Now looking forward to further happenings from the inventor side... ;)

rgds,  Gyula

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Re: Jörg Raimund Hempel and his Ionic Magnetic Power IMP CAP Charging
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Re: Jörg Raimund Hempel and his Ionic Magnetic Power IMP CAP Charging
« Reply #99 on: March 17, 2011, 11:58:42 AM »
Many Spuercapacitors are fraudently labeled -- they are often only 1/10 - 1/3 of their labeled value! I have personally tested some and returned them.
Any tests should be done with Maxwell Booster caps or similar.  I use the 650 Farad Boostercaps which we tested and found to actually be from 750 - 790 Farad over a batch of 20 of them.

I agree and that is why I have a few of the 650 boostcaps.  I missed a chance a little while back to get those in the 3,000 F capacity but didn't have the money at that time.  The 650's will melt a good sized wire in a microsecond.  Ask me how I know this?  (accident)

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Re: Jörg Raimund Hempel and his Ionic Magnetic Power IMP CAP Charging
« Reply #100 on: March 18, 2011, 05:38:17 PM »
@Wattsup
many thanks for your video, very interesting.
Could I suggest without you going to t much trouble doing the other half of the experiment using the wire (.2mm...32 guage) to charge up the Cap to see how fast it can charge and if it can handle the load.
Many thanks
Mark

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Re: Jörg Raimund Hempel and his Ionic Magnetic Power IMP CAP Charging
« Reply #101 on: March 19, 2011, 10:31:07 PM »
Hi Wattsup.
yes,he said in the video, that he uses 0.2 mm Copper wire,
but in the video it looks pretty big, maybe he made a mistake and took
0.5 mm which is 24 gauge ?

Also as your screenshot shows he used just the bare wire end to make the connection
to an already burned out contact point at the cap, so there was much more
contact resistance than in your example, where you used
the 2 fresh clean pliers to make the contact.

Also his 1 Farad cap might have a higher inner resistance than your 2 caps in parallel.


I spoke today again with Mr. Hempel and he said,
with his Lion-Cells which have a total of 2 Amphours of charge at 24 Volts he can
charge up 2 x 12 Volts 10 Amphours lead acid batteries to full capacity.

So if you put then these 2 lead acid batteries in series you get
24  Volts 10 amphours of energy with an input of just 2 amphours.

So it is an amplification of around 5 :1 energywise.

New video will soon be posted.

Regards, Stefan.

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Re: Jörg Raimund Hempel and his Ionic Magnetic Power IMP CAP Charging
« Reply #102 on: March 19, 2011, 11:04:19 PM »
@Stefan
you mentioned he can get the same effect cap to cap, this is far more accurate than doing batteries in establishing stored energy.
Where does he see a practicle application for this?
Mark

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Re: Jörg Raimund Hempel and his Ionic Magnetic Power IMP CAP Charging
« Reply #103 on: March 19, 2011, 11:33:39 PM »
You can measure it all pretty exactly energywise by using the charge and discharge curves of batteries
or capacitors.


They are already working on products.

If they will be soon on the market you will get more infos about them.

Regards, Stefan.

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Re: Jörg Raimund Hempel and his Ionic Magnetic Power IMP CAP Charging
« Reply #104 on: March 19, 2011, 11:56:13 PM »
@Stefan
you mentioned he can get the same effect cap to cap, this is far more accurate than doing batteries in establishing stored energy.
Where does he see a practicle application for this?
Mark
Seems to me the practical application is obvious.

Build a black box that continually recharges the magnetic batteries using only 1/5 of the super-charged capacitor energy while at the same time pumps out the other 4/5 free energy forever!  Neat trick if it could be done...but it can't.  There will be some magic reason or excuse or fuzziness...there always is!

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