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Author Topic: overunity magnet transformer  (Read 28107 times)

Offline kEhYo77

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Re: overunity magnet transformer
« Reply #15 on: February 21, 2015, 02:22:33 PM »
Hi John.K1
I am in the process of replicating this BiTT variant:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWcd9SKR7-Q
and this one from AKULA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYjREkw1v-A
Very easy configuration to try.
Primary - Separate secondaries - Separate, identical LC tank circuits on far sides.
Those long elements are capacitors not resistors.
The power going in is DC around 22V @ 1A ~ 25Watts , he says.
Single transistor is giving a kick only using that amount of power
to sustain two LC tanks in resonance.
Those two bulbs are 60Watt each rated 36V.
So on output vs input is 120:25, COP around 480%!
Low voltage bulbs are in use in some countries in communal blocks of flats in the basements/staircases to make it hard for people to steal electricity or the bulbs.
I think 12V car headlight bulbs should do the trick as he is aiming for a low resistance load here in my opinion.

Offline MenofFather

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Re: overunity magnet transformer
« Reply #16 on: February 21, 2015, 02:41:04 PM »

The power going in is DC around 22V @ 1A ~ 25Watts , he says.
Single transistor is giving a kick only using that amount of power
to sustain two LC tanks in resonance.
Those two bulbs are 60Watt each rated 36V.
So on output vs input is 120:25, COP around 480%!

Input is around 23 V and 1.2 A
And output is not 36 V on 60 W lamp, but about 30 I say. So Input 27 W and output about 80 W.

Offline John.K1

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Re: overunity magnet transformer
« Reply #17 on: February 21, 2015, 04:35:50 PM »
Hi Guys,  I C  you are flying :)  Very nice. I didn't make even simple step! :)  My transformer doesn't work at all.   As on my previous picture , I have around 600 turns of 0.3 wire on each side and 150 turns of 0.5 wire in the middle.  Connected straight to the variac. At 5V AC it takes already 0.5A and as I go a bit higher it gets very hot :)  On the side output coils I have a 12V car bulb and the 5W resistor on the other side. Reading on both sides 00.00VAC :(  :)     I guess I need better core or more inductance to my coils?
I am thinking to to wire exact shape from one piece of soft iron sheet metal (laminated - many pieces) in our workshop.
Thanks,

Offline MenofFather

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Re: overunity magnet transformer
« Reply #18 on: February 21, 2015, 04:41:19 PM »
Hi Guys,  I C  you are flying :)  Very nice. I didn't make even simple step! :)  My transformer doesn't work at all.   As on my previous picture , I have around 600 turns of 0.3 wire on each side and 150 turns of 0.5 wire in the middle.  Connected straight to the variac. At 5V AC it takes already 0.5A and as I go a bit higher it gets very hot :)  On the side output coils I have a 12V car bulb and the 5W resistor on the other side. Reading on both sides 00.00VAC :( :)     I guess I need better core or more inductance to my coils?
I am thinking to to wire exact shape from one piece of soft iron sheet metal (laminated - many pieces) in our workshop.
Thanks,
You need more inductance on primary coil, in other word, you need wound more turns if you want feed primary from 100 or 200 volts.
You can found puting on primary coil pararalel resonant capasitor who resonane on 50 herc or 60 herc if your AC is 60 herc, then input curent go down and on output you get energy.

Offline John.K1

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Re: overunity magnet transformer
« Reply #19 on: February 21, 2015, 05:00:57 PM »
Hi Menof,  yes sir! Why I didn't think about it. I am gonna try to put some capacitor first and if that will not work  I will put more turns :)  Thanks,