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Offline kd5sgs

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Cvs Disposable Camera
« on: August 16, 2012, 05:18:48 AM »
Hello everyone!

I've been researching about joule thiefs for a week now and have succesfully replicated the JT. Now I want to replicate the disposeable camera circuit. I've seen several threads regarding the fuji circuit but cant find any for a CVS camera. I did find some youtube video so I know it can be done, but nothing in detail where solder the wires to the board. Does anyone have schematics for a Cvs camera?


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Cvs Disposable Camera
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Re: Cvs Disposable Camera
« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2012, 05:46:14 AM »
I am sorry, but I don't.  A possible quick and dirty way might be to find the capacitor, discharge it safley, (very important even if a new camera) and connect your wires to the cap + and -.  As far as installing a switch...you probably have to short something on the board to do this but...you can look at where the camera trigger button hit the board and possibly surmise from that.  It will be a lot of experimentation UNLESS Fuji makes the board for CVS but, it is probably a Kodak board or some generic one.  Good luck and post your results to help others.

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Re: Cvs Disposable Camera
« Reply #2 on: August 17, 2012, 12:56:21 PM »
The Cvs cameras i have all have LCD displays on them and take 25 pictures before you take them back and buy a new camera . This was a waste to me back in the early 1990's a mod came out to make a USB cable to save the pictures and computer software program was made to reset the camera so it can be used over and over . I have 4 of them and three CVS video cameras that all use This cable i made . I think it's a waste to destroy these cameras unless you got 100's of them . If you need a Camera circuit out of a Fuji. I have plenty . If you are in the us all i ask is just pay shipping and i'll seen you some .
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Re: Cvs Disposable Camera
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Re: Cvs Disposable Camera
« Reply #3 on: August 18, 2012, 10:56:59 PM »
Since the Cvs camera's seem to be harder to mod, I purchased a fuji camera from Walmart. I tore it apart followed the suggestions to cut one side of the diode, but once I cut the side, the circuit does not produce any volts. I reconnected the diode to the board and now I over 250 volts but I am unable to fully light a 13w cfl... I have a fuji A07 board. I followed the directions from this pic http://www.flickr.com/photos/60511976@N07/5519648005 posted by armookie. Any suggestions or am I just an idoit...


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Re: Cvs Disposable Camera
« Reply #4 on: August 18, 2012, 11:21:03 PM »
Since the Cvs camera's seem to be harder to mod, I purchased a fuji camera from Walmart. I tore it apart followed the suggestions to cut one side of the diode, but once I cut the side, the circuit does not produce any volts. I reconnected the diode to the board and now I over 250 volts but I am unable to fully light a 13w cfl... I have a fuji A07 board. I followed the directions from this pic http://www.flickr.com/photos/60511976@N07/5519648005 posted by armookie. Any suggestions or am I just an idoit...


Richard

Richard:

Was it an AA board or AAA board?  As I mentioned in my pm to you, if you have not done so already, make sure you cut the opposite end of the diode with the silver stripe on it. (I think it is the anode, but don't remember)  I have not been able to find the "old style AA boards" here in my area for some time.  I miss those as they were the only ones i was able to get to work correctly.

Bill   ***EDIT***  I think I told you wrong in you pm.  Go by the photo...it works well.

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Re: Cvs Disposable Camera
« Reply #5 on: August 19, 2012, 12:34:52 AM »
Thanks for the quick reply pirate, I'm almost certain I cut the wrong side of.the diode. For some reason I'm unable to view the image you posted on my phone. I'll keep you posted with my results. Thanks fo r all your help.


I forgot to mention its a AAA board


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Re: Cvs Disposable Camera
« Reply #6 on: August 19, 2012, 12:49:42 AM »
After viewing the image, I did cut the diode correctly. My board looks a tad bit different than ones posted. I'll upload a picture of the board when I get a chance.


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Re: Cvs Disposable Camera
« Reply #7 on: August 19, 2012, 12:51:06 AM »
Richard:

I believe our own Wilbyinebriated posted on here how to mod the AAA board.  You could check his posts to see.  I only had one AAA board and did not make it work at all.  They are very different from the old AA board.  But Wilby knows how to do it.

Bill

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Re: Cvs Disposable Camera
« Reply #8 on: August 19, 2012, 01:05:52 AM »
Thanks pirate you've been extremely helpful. I'll read his posts when I get a chance.

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Re: Cvs Disposable Camera
« Reply #9 on: August 19, 2012, 09:53:09 PM »
Rather than cut the diode i jumped it on the fuji mods i did . both boards . Actually there are like 4 versions of the board and jumping the board works on all of them . If you regulate the base of the transistor with a small pot and tune it with a capacitor you will have much better results with that happy spot between Hv and run time .
I use this one all the time and runs over 38+ hours on a fresh AA battery or 28+ on Rechargeable AA.
Hi Bill I hope you are well and miss you guys and playin with Free energy stuff .
I have a bunch of fuji circuits like 60 or 70  of them to spread around if anyone wants one to make an Fe light  I call it Fe because it simple does what it does Good and had fun building and sharing Different mods to these and other circuits . I have what done what i started out to do and that was find free energy .It lights when the light go out and amazes family and friends and works beyond normal expectations . IF someone would build and sell them on the market today you would buy fewer battery and use less grid power but that is not going to happen so we build our own . My circuit on one of Bill's snapshot is some where buried under the hoard of circuits we all put on here , It would be a task to try and find all of them some between page 11 and 3000 is all i can say. If some one made a Book with all our information and diagrams and pics i would buy one because all of them are here tried and tested and worth keeping when a Holocaust happens .It would take Years and Years to compile it . It would be like a HOLY  JT  Bible with chapter like the Book of Mark(Mk1) and the book of Bill, the World  of Gadget ,Jeanna's Visions .. ... etc:)
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Edit : Did a search for fugi mod and a few came up for aaa  here is an old post with another old post showing them .... Hi .ok thats the aaa version i posted a couple days ago here http://www.overunity.com/6123/jule-thief/msg160010/#msg160010
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extremely simple mod . see the white thing ? thats the positions of the 220 resistor replaced with a vr . the diode short is the black diode on the side of the transformer. not the little glass one .
I have not done anything further on this one as far as tuning but i know it will run that CFL on a lower resistance that the 220 . . o you also push the copper contact down and solder it to keep it on  and place the CFL on the hv cap output .. see how easy that is

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Re: Cvs Disposable Camera
« Reply #10 on: August 19, 2012, 10:01:57 PM »
Gadget:

Great to see you here.  I remember all of those lights you made...very bright and efficient too.  Possibly, some of that might be in the JT diagrams topic area....I forget how many pages I tried to update but it may just be 300 or so...but...your circuit might be in there.

I hope all is well over there.  I am just now trying to get back into some experimenting here.  I just ordered a 400 watt Peltier device last night...that should be fun to play with...I hope.

Bill

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Re: Cvs Disposable Camera
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« Reply #11 on: August 19, 2012, 11:03:11 PM »
Hi .Me too. Hey i have 4 new 600 watt 24v big pesters i bought a few months ago also they were the highest amps and volts i had ever seen and were not too expensive..Still planning on what to do with them.In the past i have glued them on windows and the temperature difference made good volts and current . these are advertised to freeze a water drop when the hot side is sinked so had to have them. My current projects are Nitinol and all the rare elements at the moment . Once you feel the power of a piece of Niti in your hand it consumes you . Great stuff and simple to move magnets for a Jt power supply that hop[fully runs off Natural Normal everyday temperature . The key is a certain type of Niti that can be trained to phase change on cool and warm air. Heat not a problem but cool is . Will keep you posted .. Other Projects are Crystal Batteries using Gallium Zinc magnesium iridium Indium lithium,gold{processor gold)Barium and Bismuth . I just got grams Ozs  lbs of pure metalic elements that melt in low heat or air temps   and even ordered  a pound of Piezo Barium Titanate Ceramic Silver plated material like John Hutchison uses . Already have a galium Indium bismeth magnisium batter that put out 1.06 volts and light a big jt with green led.

Greets everyone still here.

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Re: Cvs Disposable Camera
« Reply #12 on: August 21, 2012, 12:28:53 AM »
@ gadgetmall


Wow, thanks for all of the information you posted  ;D I managed to light a Led light bulb but not a CFL. I am a little confused when you say "jumping or shorting" the Diode ?

**EDIT**

I would like to thank Pirate and Gadgetmall for the assistance you two provided. Shorting the diode made the light output brighter! Now I notice the NPN transistor gets hot after several minutes. I know there's a Npn transistor that would allow a heatsink. Would the bigger transistor also provide more current output and if so what transistor should I use?



Richard
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Re: Cvs Disposable Camera
« Reply #13 on: August 21, 2012, 10:27:57 PM »
So I purchased a 7 watt led from Lowe's and nothing... Don't know if I have to remove the circuits for this led. Also, I managed to partially light a CFL! If I hold the CLl and touch the shorted diode the bulb will partillay light up. Im guessing I am acting as ground so that's why the bulb turns on. The bulb will not turn on if I touch the HV connection where the Cap was. This circuit is proving to be harder to replicate than I thought...


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Re: Cvs Disposable Camera
« Reply #14 on: August 22, 2012, 05:42:18 AM »
Something similar happened to me in the early days....I had a Fuji that worked...and then...like 3 videos later...did not work...UNLESS I touched the ground on the circuit board.  Some of the smart guys on here told me to check my connections, which of course I soldered perfectly....and, low and behold, the connection of the neg. to the board (I was soldering to the board traces) was bad.  It only worked when I was the ground.  So, check your neg. connection to see if any problems.  You are doing well....you are modding a board that has not been modded very much like the old AA Fuji.  Keep it up...it will work.

Bill

 

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