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Offline gadgetmall

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Re: Free energy generating coil.
« Reply #30 on: September 12, 2012, 06:33:19 PM »
Here's a video of a stationary free energy generating coil that really works:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XMfCpUzq_g&;list=UUGj-eKaG5_tMGNr_yuLePkA&;index=6&;feature=plcp3

Nice Job Synchro1 . Now this is a real energy harvester . Some even call it Zero -point energy.but it's called Tunneling-Effect Energy Converters. Nothing new though but Very real . Some of us have  seen experiments using diodes as energy harvesters and yours is a perfect example of a large coil to collect the millions of electromagnet waves produced by man and by nature tunneled with a  diode{germanium works better) and stored in a capacitor .If you can pick up a radio station that is enough energy along with thermonics. There was something similar years ago that used just aluminum foil capacitor and a flash unit from a camera . it would gather enough electricity and fire off the flash from the Negative potential of the earth ground to the positive potential in the air collected by the foil and stored in a cap ...
Anyways  Nice Build and this one is not fake and worthy of study . We know that Syncro1 and thanks for sharing . I have also seen the damage a one inch neo ball magnet can do playing with the Bedeni no bearing motor one shot in my wall at the other house.If it hits you in the Head your are probably Dead.

If you want a better explanation of it lots of people here know about diode energy . and here is a very good explanation
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcCLIwlbhLc&;feature=related
 
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http://www.integrityresearchinstitute.org/ZPDiodeProjectSummary.htm

        DARPA: Energy Harvesting Using Rectennas  www.coolcadelectronics.com/DARPA_Energy_Harvesting.html We propose to help solve the energy crisis by directly harvesting energy from  the use of micro-antennas coupled to rectifying diodes and storage capacitors.
« Last Edit: September 12, 2012, 08:20:14 PM by gadgetmall »

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Re: Free energy generating coil.
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Re: Free energy generating coil.
« Reply #31 on: September 12, 2012, 08:08:16 PM »
Here's a video of a stationary free energy generating coil that really works:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XMfCpUzq_g&list=UUGj-eKaG5_tMGNr_yuLePkA&index=6&feature=plcp3
Thanks for that one synchro1 and gadgetmall - does anyone know exactly how that is wired up?  I ask because I've got a huge spool of that exact same 4 wire stuff as seen in that video that's about 10 inches in diameter.  I was even thinking some bifilar or quadfilar hookup when I picked it up at a garage sale :)   I've got the Schottky's and caps but just would be interested if anyone can suggest best way to wire it up. 


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Re: Free energy generating coil.
« Reply #32 on: September 12, 2012, 08:25:12 PM »
He probably has it in series . just put all your 4 wires in series like one long wire with the diode and cap . 
here is the summery of that process . 

This executive summary addresses the basic built-in voltage potential for all semiconductor p-n junctions and various rectifying devices suitable for generating DC electricity at “zero bias” (with no bias DC voltage applied whatsoever). Tunnel diodes are one class of rectifiers that are qualified. Even microwave diodes are good choices since many are designed for zero bias operation (see below). Reference articles are attached in the Appendix showing the use of “broadband spiral antennas” and phase conjugate mirrors for amplifying electromagnetic frequencies that make up quantum noise. The tunneling current in the diodes can also be influenced by the use of magnetic fields as low as 10 gauss as well. The recent discovery of a “Brownian Refrigerator” or “the world’s smallest fridge” that “rectifies thermal energy” accentuates the additional spin-off from the ZPE Diode Project:

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Re: Free energy generating coil.
« Reply #33 on: September 13, 2012, 01:30:03 AM »
Thanks for that one synchro1 and gadgetmall - does anyone know exactly how that is wired up?  I ask because I've got a huge spool of that exact same 4 wire stuff as seen in that video that's about 10 inches in diameter.  I was even thinking some bifilar or quadfilar hookup when I picked it up at a garage sale :)   I've got the Schottky's and caps but just would be interested if anyone can suggest best way to wire it up.

You might try something like this. Experiment with different smallish caps across the coil where I have the variable symbol, and a much larger capacity but lower voltage storage cap across the output. If you also put an aerial antenna to the "top" of the coil it might work even better depending on the frequency of the power you are harvesting.

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Re: Free energy generating coil.
« Reply #34 on: September 13, 2012, 01:36:33 AM »
@Gadgetmall,
                       Thanks for those DARPA hyperlinks!
@e2matrix,                     
                       The wireing is identical to the Danial McFarland Cook battery patent. This patent and attached wireing schematic predate the incandescent light bulb.
                       
                        It helps to place a 1" neo magnet sphere inside the air core of the 4 wire coil and shake it up a few times to help charge the tiny high voltage capacitor to start it up, then the sphere magnet can be removed and the charge continues to build spontaneously.
 

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Re: Free energy generating coil.
« Reply #35 on: September 13, 2012, 05:50:10 PM »
@synchro1:


Have you replicated the McFarland/Cook battery?? Can you give us some details as to how it was done? Physical coil size and coil wind count? Wire gauge?


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Re: Free energy generating coil.
« Reply #36 on: September 14, 2012, 01:43:35 AM »
@truesearch,

Yes! 32 gauge magnet wire under 16 gauge household wire, one wrap each, overlapping on 1" diameter dielectric conduit with ferrite or magnet cores 3' long. Two wired as per schematic, capacitor in series with fast switching diode. Electrical tape between the windings. Worked great!

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Re: Free energy generating coil.
« Reply #37 on: September 14, 2012, 02:09:06 AM »
Thanks TK and synchro1 for the ideas.  I'm trying to get time to get this together tonight.  Will post any findings.

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Re: Free energy generating coil.
« Reply #38 on: September 14, 2012, 02:34:39 AM »
@e2matrix,
                  You have to locate the 2 ends of the 4 wire strand. Strip and seperate the ends. Treat each colored wire as a seperate coil, numered one through four. The top wire one attaches to the top wire three. The top wire two attaches to the top wire four. Same on the bottem. The capacitor and fast switching diode in series attach to the top two junctions.     

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Re: Free energy generating coil.
« Reply #39 on: September 14, 2012, 03:39:40 AM »
Synchro1 . you mind sharing your exact capacitor and diode being we all can get the exact same coil and magnet . TIA

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I would build a dc to dc down converter on that cap to bring it down to at least 1.5 volts @ minimiun 2 micro amps and you can run a jt oscillator LED/

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Re: Free energy generating coil.
« Reply #40 on: September 14, 2012, 03:41:20 PM »
@gadgetmall,
                     
                       I'm in Costa Rica right now far from my shop in Northern California. I can tell you the capacitor was a 2.2 mf used in the French Inverter circuit, and the diode a Radio Shack fast switching Shottky type. Sorry I can't be of more help from down here.
                     
                      The DARPA article mentions the temperature differential generating potential, along with Gauss. The coil should act like a Peltier module with a 10 degree centigrade differential. The coil and diode also apparently generate power from the basic oscillating frequency of magnetisem. The microwave background energy has a very tiny wave length as well and accounts for the spontaneous charge way out in the woods. The fast switching diode is everything. I don't think the capacitor value would make any difference.
                       
                       The other thing I discovered is that any thin gauge bifilar (Joule) wrap coil 28 to 32 gauge magnet wire coil will generate power the same way with the capacitor and fast switching diode in series with the coil leads, both with and without the magnet core. Again, the diode is everything! 
« Last Edit: September 14, 2012, 06:36:28 PM by synchro1 »

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« Reply #41 on: September 14, 2012, 06:09:33 PM »
              Ishmael Aviso invented a Free Energy Generating Coil with a crystal matrix core. His coil is a 2D microwave rectenna. Some theorize he's recieving cell phone signals as well. I attached a photograph of it below. My point is that filling the 4 wire intercom coil core with a mixture of Alum and Borax would capture and rectify the microwaves at the molecular level as well, and increase the output. This would require two seperate disimilar electrodes from the crystal core, and wire in to the same storage capacitor attached to the coil ends. The addition of Tourmaline would add a third dimension. I call the 3D coil "Cosmovoltaic". Ishmael Aviso is a Microwave Engineer.
 
              "Pulverized tourmaline fine powder belongs to far infrared radiation ceramics"! Far infrared and microwave have wave lengths that are in close adjacency. They merge between ten to the fifth and ten to the second hertz. The size proportion is between a butterfly and a person. Melting and bonding these crystals creates a third unique crystal. Additional power is generated from wave resonance in the 3D rectenna as an extra feature.
 

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Re: Free energy generating coil.
« Reply #42 on: September 14, 2012, 07:43:26 PM »
@e2matrix,
                  You have to locate the 2 ends of the 4 wire strand. Strip and seperate the ends. Treat each colored wire as a seperate coil, numered one through four. The top wire one attaches to the top wire three. The top wire two attaches to the top wire four. Same on the bottem.  The capacitor and fast switching diode in series attach to the top two junctions.   
That's the info I was really looking for when I asked about wiring it.  I tried some things last night but I started out wiring it like the diagram below.  Then I realized that was all wrong after looking back at JT bifilar winding info (something I never had really gotten into other than the Joule Ringer - which I did have some success with).  Started out like below but was not getting any results.  I attached TK's wiring to 1 and 4 on the outside end.  Nada.  Nothing even on a scope.  Tried lots of values for caps but after I was questioning my quadfilar winding skills I ended up looking at JT stuff and started playing with using it as a JT.  It doesn't make a very good JT though as the core of this large spool is about 2 to 3 inches in diameter and hard to get any ferrite in there.   Ended up the night wiring a bifilar coil on a 1.5" ferrite toroid per JT instructions and wasn't even having much luck with that.  I need to go back the Joule Thief school and then maybe I'll tackle the quadfilar coil. :)   So for now nothing exciting to report other than some anomalies I noticed while playing with that big coil which didn't fit what I expected to happen - but all just very low voltage anomalies.   
One other thing to mention I tried injecting a square wave signal into the coil and was using the Schottky's in an Avramenko configuration which was getting the most voltage out at around 1.725 MHz.  However the coil had little effect on that setup and would produce the same running straight to the Avramenko with just the one lead from the signal generator and no ground.  I was seeing about 15 volts like that.  With just that one lead I could charge up a 1650 Mfd cap fairly fast off the Avramenko and it would produce a good spark when discharged.
 I've often wondered if you have a hundred or more Avramenko plugs all tied to one source if the paralleled output of them would produce a lot of power.  Sorry I'm getting off topic here but Avramenko's seem like they need a lot more attention and exploration.




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Re: Free energy generating coil.
« Reply #43 on: September 14, 2012, 08:01:08 PM »
@e2matrix,
                  You have to locate the 2 ends of the 4 wire strand. Strip and seperate the ends. Treat each colored wire as a seperate coil, numered one through four. The top wire one attaches to the top wire three. The top wire two attaches to the top wire four. Same on the bottem. The capacitor and fast switching diode in series attach to the top two junctions.     
You may be correct but for some reason it doesn't sound right.  I do much better with a drawing or schematic.  Could you draw a rough one up?  Below is how I picture quadfilar but I'm not sure where the attachment points would be to the rest of the circuit with this setup. 

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Re: Free energy generating coil.
« Reply #44 on: September 14, 2012, 08:58:17 PM »
Overunity currently features a front page video of a thick copper wire coil with a thick center tap spiral copper wire leading nowhere, and a horseshoe VCR magnet glued to the bottem. The video shows the coil and magnet generating 5.92 volts, and running a 9 volt D.C. motor.

I found measured voltage in a bifilar coil with a diametric tube magnet placed in the air core. This effect was tested and reported by me on the forums and adds legitimacy to this incredible video, which seemingly defys logic. This looks simple enough to replicate. I believe it's worth a try.
One big mistake in this claim, because a static non moving magnet cannot generate DC through a coil... Better luck with your claims next time ;-))


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