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Author Topic: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY  (Read 7219185 times)

Offline PolaczekCebulaczek

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #19755 on: May 05, 2018, 06:07:14 AM »
Well, still waiting for successful russian free energy device replication, served on a tray because I'm to lazy to make it by myself, however we "russians" do understand a concept of "resonant cascade" in which  we dealing with a self adjustable resonant  circuit (hard to achieve/tune :) )  in such circuit C and L changes to ON THE FLAY to keep up with increasing energy ( statessssssss  so it will not go out if resonance )  that is taken by resonant circuit itself on start , WESLEY can explain more in English, in fact,  he is the only man here who know this stuff.

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« Reply #19756 on: May 05, 2018, 10:45:31 AM »
Nick,

yes, here you seem to have captured the right moment that both the push pull signal (CH2 blue 15.31 Khz) and the kacher signal (CH1 yellow 847.4Khz) are stable.

The individual yellow spikes are in fact sine wave signals compressed to these spikes.
There is also some interference pattern (sine wave like signal) visual in the yellow stream and this pattern matches up with the CH2 blue 15.31Khz signal.

 

 
Concerning the 2th image, i don't know, it has no input (other then the 12V or so) and 1 output, so it looks more like a PWM (TL494 or 556) circuit.
This can be used as an interrupter, but then one that can be set via the pots, so not synced to some push pull signal (which is what we want).

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #19757 on: May 05, 2018, 12:33:29 PM »
   Itsu:
   I can at times get a stable signal, such as this one below. Is that the RF that you are talking about?

   Second image is Stalker's controlable Kacher circuit. Can you tell if this is an "interuptor" circuit, or not.


 
Nick Where is the link to Starkers article on Katcher controller ? it looks like Nalli circuit. ;D ;D ;D

The green and blue are drains of TL492 mos fets, purple is inductor, yellow is Katcher or nano pulser.

note all wave forms have to be movable inc the Sine wave on the inductor with respect to others.

What the wave forms should look like (found on other thread).

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« Reply #19758 on: May 05, 2018, 04:22:06 PM »
Nick,

yes, here you seem to have captured the right moment that both the push pull signal (CH2 blue 15.31 Khz) and the kacher signal (CH1 yellow 847.4Khz) are stable.

The individual yellow spikes are in fact sine wave signals compressed to these spikes.
There is also some interference pattern (sine wave like signal) visual in the yellow stream and this pattern matches up with the CH2 blue 15.31Khz signal.


   Itsu:
   I'm trying to make head or tails out of all this.
   Is the yellow pattern the RF signal that you had mentioned? That signal is somewhat adjustable, although not easy to achieve that kind of sync. But, more important is that there seams to be no extra gain at those points, that I can see. But, I'll look further into it. As it does seam to be something worth checking out.

   Can I use the TL494/TC4420/5200 transistor, to control that type of adjustable Kacher circuit?
As I have those components.

   AG: the second image was taken from a Stalker video, showing his controllable Kacher circuit.
But, I don't know what you mean by all waves have to be movable. I am refering to the moving image on the Kacher signal, but not the induction circuit's waves signals. Those are controllable, but are steady.
         (16) Контроллер БТГ - YouTube

 

 

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #19759 on: May 05, 2018, 04:56:34 PM »

   AG: the second image was taken from a Stalker video, showing his controllable Kacher circuit.
But, I don't know what you mean by all waves have to be movable. I am refering to the moving image on the Kacher signal, but not the induction circuit's waves signals. Those are controllable, but are steady.
         (16) Контроллер БТГ - YouTube

The catcher pulse yellow is rock solid, it'sneed to be generated with a logic mono it's width will need to be varied and moved left to right a good way it then needs to drive a Low side high current driver TTC27321 and a FET one of the new GA Mesh devices.
« Last Edit: May 05, 2018, 11:45:35 PM by AlienGrey »

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #19760 on: May 05, 2018, 05:29:25 PM »
   AG:
   I'm referring to what I was showing in my uploaded image, not the image that you posted. 
   My Kacher's HV signal is free flotting and not steady, as I'm triggering on the blue induction circuits signal. I can't trigger on both channels at the same time. With some exceptions, as I've shown.
In any case, don't worry about this.

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #19761 on: May 05, 2018, 05:43:01 PM »

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Itsu:
I'm trying to make head or tails out of all this.
Is the yellow pattern the RF signal that you had mentioned? That signal is somewhat adjustable, although not easy to achieve that kind of sync.
But, more important is that there seams to be no extra gain at those points, that I can see. But, I'll look further into it.
As it does seam to be something worth checking out.

The yellow pattern is your Kacher output signal, as its frequency is 847.4Khz, its in the Radio Frequency region, so therfor i call it RF. 
It can be capacitively "adjusted" or "influenced" with nearby hand movement and / or ferrite rod inside the kacher tube. 

Not sure what you mean by "no extra gain at those points"


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Can I use the TL494/TC4420/5200 transistor, to control that type of adjustable Kacher circuit?
As I have those components.

You can use your TL494 output (one or both) to tap off a signal from it (which obviously has the same freqeuncy as being used for your push pull (27.9 or in our
latest screenshot 15.3Khz)) and via some buffering turn on / off your 5200 Kacher transistor in sync with the push pull frequency.
Stalker, but also Oleg has presented some of those circuits in the past.

 
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« Reply #19762 on: May 06, 2018, 12:24:45 AM »
  Ok, so tapping off of the existing TL494 would cause the Kacher to run at the same frequency as the induction circuit. Some how that does not seam like what is needed. Now that you explained it to me.
 
   What I had in mind was to build a new board using the same type of TL494/TC4420 to fire the 5200 transistor at a controllable frequency. Can those two first components work at the right HV frequency?
500Khz to 2.7Mhz. Or not?  Also, would it be an "interuptor" or just a controllable circuit without any interuptor?

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« Reply #19763 on: May 06, 2018, 11:22:46 AM »

Nick,

with "tapping off of the existing TL494" i mean to use that same low push pull frequency (27.9Khz or so) to interrupt the kacher with, NOT to drive it with.
The kacher will keep on self oscillating at its own designed frequency (847Khz or whatever).

So you have the kacher running its own frequency (847 Khz), and you interrupt this self oscillating frequency  at the same frequency as the push pull frequency.
That way you get the bursts of RF kacher frequencies you showed in Stalker his screenshot.


The TC4420 is a MOSFET driver, so its designed to drive a MOSFET, not a transistor.
perhaps you can drive a transistor with a MOSFET driver, but it needs some adjustments i think, but its not recommended.
So you can change to a MOSFET to drive the kacher (google under SSTC (Solid State Tesla Coil) for circuits), then you can use the TC4420.

BUT...the TC4420 driver does NOT have an "Enable pin", so you cannot enable/disable (interrupt) the MOSFET kacher with that chip, so use a driver with a enable pin like
the ixdd604pi (this is a dual input/output driver chip by the way).

So to interrupt your present 5200 transistor, you can use the tl494/tc4420 combo you have now, but need an interrupter circuit for your transistor.


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« Reply #19764 on: May 06, 2018, 04:02:31 PM »
   Thanks again, Itsu.
   I'll look into finding an interuptor Kacher schematic. One that is the simplest.
   I like the kacher circuit that I just posted posted by Stalker. It looks simple enough.

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« Reply #19765 on: May 06, 2018, 07:21:28 PM »
Nick,

with "the kacher circuit that I just posted posted by Stalker" you mean this below picture/circuit?

If so, then its probably similar as this Kacher drive circuit found here:
http://overunity.com/16674/sergey-alexeev-free-energy-gen-documentation/msg486646/#msg486646

I have picked out the kacher drive part and put it below.
You see on the left the K2511, which is a MOSFET followed by the HER308 diode etc. driving the kacher inductor on the bottom left.
Above the MOSFET you see the MOSFET driver (TC4451-UcC37321) etc.

So both this Sergey, or Alexeyka and Stalker are using already a MOSFET to drive the Kacher, not a transistor.


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« Reply #19766 on: May 06, 2018, 11:05:03 PM »
Nick,

with "the kacher circuit that I just posted posted by Stalker" you mean this below picture/circuit?

If so, then its probably similar as this Kacher drive circuit found here:
http://overunity.com/16674/sergey-alexeev-free-energy-gen-documentation/msg486646/#msg486646

I have picked out the kacher drive part and put it below.
You see on the left the K2511, which is a MOSFET followed by the HER308 diode etc. driving the kacher inductor on the bottom left.
Above the MOSFET you see the MOSFET driver (TC4451-UcC37321) etc.

So both this Sergey, or Alexeyka and Stalker are using already a MOSFET to drive the Kacher, not a transistor.


Itsu


   Itsu:  Thanks again for the information.
   I may just go with the Stalker version, below. Unless you see some problems.
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   The Stalker schematic is also taking from the existing TL494 circuit. Can it be used?
   Will the IRF260N mosfet work in place of their fet? Will it go up to the needed 2Mhz?
As I have plenty of those, in case of blow outs.
   Too bad the TC4420 driver won't do. As I have some of those also.

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« Reply #19767 on: May 07, 2018, 01:33:21 AM »
Complicated isn't it ! oh it's spread over on to an other board to, that should keep you bysy and off the streets a few weeks.

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« Reply #19768 on: May 07, 2018, 01:34:12 AM »
Complicated isn't it ! oh it's spread over on to an other board too, that should keep you busy and off the streets a few weeks.
This one was done by Nnally it has a PCB too. But Mos Fet driver is crap and needs modifying.

« Last Edit: May 07, 2018, 06:45:21 AM by AlienGrey »

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« Reply #19769 on: May 07, 2018, 10:15:33 AM »
Nick,

The Stalker screenshot you showed above does not show the Kacher (MOSFET or transistor) part, only the tapping off of the TL494 and some means to burst pulse
that tapped off signal (upper part), but i guess he uses the earlier mentioned MOSFET version.

I have not tried (or know someone who did) that specific circuit, so i don't know if or how it works.

The IRFP260N will probably work fine as a Kacher driver, just be aware of its 200V limit.

As both Stalker and others used the TC4420 MOSFET driver (without the "enable" pin) it can be used, only you have to "burst modulate" the input signal instead
of using the "enable" pin for that.   
Their circuits are designed to "burst modulate" the input using those TC4093BP chips you see on the diagram.


When googling for SSTC you probably find most designs will use a MOSFET driver chip with an "enable pin" to interrupt the kacher (Tesla coil).
So be aware there are 2 (probably more) different means to "modulate", or "burst pulse" or "interrupt" or whatever you want to call it the Kacher output.


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