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Author Topic: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY  (Read 10202093 times)

Offline NickZ

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5040 on: September 02, 2014, 04:17:24 PM »
  What I've seen on my Mazilli/yoke set up, is that if I use the yokes thick 3 turn output coil to give power to the 12, 12 turn air coil,  it only provides for very low voltage output. Even if this 3 turn yoke coil is connected through a tuning cap in series (or parallel) with the 12,12 turn air coil, there is not enough voltage to run my 100w bulbs from the 48,48 24,24, 12, 12 turn air coil's output coil. 

  So, I decided to use the 3 turn coil to power the kacher crt, instead. Through a cap/rectifier bridge providing about 12v output to the kacher crt. And use the yokes (red) 20 turn output coil to power the 12,12 turn air coil, instead.
This is different than what Akula/Ruslan have done, but it works for me,although I don't see the device self running, but,  I don't have the nano modulator crt, yet

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5041 on: September 02, 2014, 06:02:01 PM »
  What I've seen on my Mazilli/yoke set up, is that if I use the yokes thick 3 turn output coil to give power to the 12, 12 turn air coil,  it only provides for very low voltage output. Even if this 3 turn yoke coil is connected through a tuning cap in series (or parallel) with the 12,12 turn air coil, there is not enough voltage to run my 100w bulbs from the 48,48 24,24, 12, 12 turn air coil's output coil. 

  So, I decided to use the 3 turn coil to power the kacher crt, instead. Through a cap/rectifier bridge providing about 12v output to the kacher crt. And use the yokes (red) 20 turn output coil to power the 12,12 turn air coil, instead.
This is different than what Akula/Ruslan have done, but it works for me,although I don't see the device self running, but,  I don't have the nano modulator crt, yet

hi Nickz,

The "suitable yoke" core setup which you have with 3 turns as output is meant to be powered by 2 IGBT's each with snubber circuit consisting of (600/1200volts diode in parallel with 150 ohms resistor) and this is connected in series with high voltage 2n2 ceramic capacitor( around 630volts) from drain to source of IGBT.Additionally IGBT is to be protected by a 600/1200volts diode .

I have attached an image of the Akula's snubber circuit which i can understand to reverse engineer.

Not forgetting the center tap of yoke core is connected to recitifed output from the 220volt inverter.
IGBT to be driven by PWM generator with nanopulse or narrow pulse or around 4%...15% duty cycle.Frequency was unknown but my guess it's around 200khz range.

Your Mazilli circuit is out after finding suitable yoke core which you have already completed.


The 3 turns output would produce around 1...2kv(Last tested in virtual last year) which is connected to microwave cap in series to those layered coil eg:48,48 24,24, 12, 12 which would likely produce reasonable output to drive a mains bulb.

Unless someone else got even more productive response please do assist to contribute.

Negative mindset won't assist anyone in obtaining new discovery.

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In the meantime i'm working on Don smith China replication.
Completed the biggest headache the largest circuit circuit board i have ever built 7KV high frequency switcher using 220khz...230khz to switch 6x 1200volts CREE IGBT in series driven via 6 xFOD3180 opto-coupler.

Found a small bug in my circuit only after connecting all the opto-coupler inputs together via resistor for each one which prevent proper switching of igbts if connected in series.
2 possible solution to be tested out  in the next few days. :)




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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5042 on: September 02, 2014, 09:07:00 PM »
The "suitable yoke" core setup which you have with 3 turns as output is meant to be powered by 2 IGBT's each with snubber circuit consisting of (600/1200volts diode in parallel with 150 ohms resistor) and this is connected in series with high voltage 2n2 ceramic capacitor( around 630volts) from drain to source of IGBT.Additionally IGBT is to be protected by a 600/1200volts diode .

I have attached an image of the Akula's snubber circuit which i can understand to reverse engineer.

Not forgetting the center tap of yoke core is connected to recitifed output from the 220volt inverter.
IGBT to be driven by PWM generator with nanopulse or narrow pulse or around 4%...15% duty cycle.

Hi Magpwr. The schematics that were posted for this circuit (their accuracy is questionable) had the MOSFET snubber
resistors at 7 or 7.5 ohms.

The inverter driver circuit, using the PWM chip to set the frequency and pulse width, is not a nanopulse
generator. It is generating a square/rectangular wave at likely 50% or less duty cycle to drive the series resonant circuit of the
primary coil. Since the primary circuit is a resonant circuit, it should be producing a fairly clean sinewave on
the primary coil if driven at a frequency close to resonance.


In the meantime i'm working on Don smith China replication.
Completed the biggest headache the largest circuit circuit board i have ever built 7KV high frequency switcher using 220khz...230khz to switch 6x 1200volts CREE IGBT in series driven via 6 xFOD3180 opto-coupler.

Found a small bug in my circuit only after connecting all the opto-coupler inputs together via resistor for each one which prevent proper switching of igbts if connected in series.
2 possible solution to be tested out  in the next few days. :)

Is this the Don Smith demo circuit which has the center tapped secondary with the primary at the center,
and with the large capacitor bank at the output? Do you have a schematic of the circuit you are building?
I hope you are aware that having a large capacitor bank charged to a high voltage can kill you instantly if
you touch a terminal or connecting wire on the high voltage output capacitors. Such a cap bank charged to
high voltage can produce a huge current that is very deadly. If this is the type of device you are building, you are
really going to need to take extra precautions in working around this circuit.



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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5044 on: September 03, 2014, 12:48:48 AM »
Hi Magpwr. The schematics that were posted for this circuit (their accuracy is questionable) had the MOSFET snubber
resistors at 7 or 7.5 ohms.

The inverter driver circuit, using the PWM chip to set the frequency and pulse width, is not a nanopulse
generator. It is generating a square/rectangular wave at likely 50% or less duty cycle to drive the series resonant circuit of the
primary coil. Since the primary circuit is a resonant circuit, it should be producing a fairly clean sinewave on
the primary coil if driven at a frequency close to resonance.


Is this the Don Smith demo circuit which has the center tapped secondary with the primary at the center,
and with the large capacitor bank at the output? Do you have a schematic of the circuit you are building?
I hope you are aware that having a large capacitor bank charged to a high voltage can kill you instantly if
you touch a terminal or connecting wire on the high voltage output capacitors. Such a cap bank charged to
high voltage can produce a huge current that is very deadly. If this is the type of device you are building, you are
really going to need to take extra precautions in working around this circuit.

hi Void,

Having a high contrast hd Samsung monitor allows me to see the components eg:resistor value quite clearly in the photo as compared to using laptop's screen.
They have shown 2 version of the circuit in the  PJKBOOK.pdf at page 288/289.Alternative do search "salty" in pdf file to get to the required page .

The snubber circuit shown in page 289 tallies with their photo of the actual circuit base on components eg:resistor value which  i can see and compare.
They are using 5.1ohms to drive igbt.But cree igbt base on datasheet already got 5ohms internal gate resistance. :D

Base on my more recent reverse engineering of the UC3825N PWM generator which i have attached base on the component used regardless of capacitor value.The duty cycle is around 40% which can't be changed, only the frequency can be changed via the blue trim pot.

You mentioned-
Is this the Don Smith demo circuit which has the center tapped secondary with the primary at the center,
and with the large capacitor bank at the output? Do you have a schematic of the circuit you are building?
I hope you are aware that having a large capacitor bank charged to a high voltage can kill you instantly if
you touch a terminal or connecting wire on the high voltage output capacitors. Such a cap bank charged to
high voltage can produce a huge current that is very deadly. If this is the type of device you are building, you are
really going to need to take extra precautions in working around this circuit.

Ans-Their center tap is the center of the b&w coil which is continuous and isn't cw/ccw.This version differs from the original Don smith version and mine.

I have attached my super basic version of the Don Smith which is switched by 12volt battery which i created for someone in this forum previously.

The higher voltage version of around 60volts which is supplied by 12volt to 60v boost circuit would create interference with the digital fm radio band-mhz which is placed around 3meter away once 1/4 resonance is applied at secondary coil. :D

                Don Smith device-Short circuit test demonstration   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-MZSavyM8U

The objective of this video of mine is to show there is no effect on primary current drawn even after shorting output with screw driver.

Every experiment has it's risk especially HV.


If i choose to stick by the "school book" then no new discovery or no new invention would have been been made.

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« Reply #5045 on: September 03, 2014, 03:55:24 AM »
Ans-Their center tap is the center of the b&w coil which is continuous and isn't cw/ccw.This version differs from the original Don smith version and mine.

Hi magpwr. No, that is not correct. It can clearly be seen in the pictures of Don Smith's demonstration circuit
that the coil was wound all one way, not CW/CCW. He just opened up the wire in the middle of the coil for a few
turns and used that to make a ground connection. Have a look at the pictures of Don Smith's device.

I have attached my super basic version of the Don Smith which is switched by 12volt battery which i created for someone in this forum previously.

The higher voltage version of around 60volts which is supplied by 12volt to 60v boost circuit would create interference with the digital fm radio band-mhz which is placed around 3meter away once 1/4 resonance is applied at secondary coil. :D

                Don Smith device-Short circuit test demonstration   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-MZSavyM8U

The objective of this video of mine is to show there is no effect on primary current drawn even after shorting output with screw driver.



It sounds like your circuit is quite a bit different than Don Smith's circuit, if I understand what you are doing correctly.
Don Smith powered his circuit with a high frequency neon sign transformer and a spark gap, although he did say elsewhere
that there are other ways to drive it.


Every experiment has it's risk especially HV.

While this is true, there is a big difference between say 0.1 uF or less charged to a high voltage
of say 5000 Volts or 6000 volts, and 1uF or higher charged to 6000 V. Anything at a high voltage could potentially kill you,
but once you start charging capacitors of 1uF or 2 uF or higher to voltages of 5000V or higher, the likelihood of getting
killed if you accidentally touch a terminal on this size of capacitors charged to a high voltage is much higher.
This is why I am mentioning it. It is not all the same thing. You might just get a nasty shock at 0.1 uF at 6000V
(even this amount is getting to be dangerous), but the same 6000V on 1 uF or 2 uF or higher, and you could very well
be killed with just one careless touch. Extra precautions must be taken. It has to do with the amount of energy the larger value capacitors
can store at those voltages. I am mentioning this because Don Smith's original circuit used a bank of capacitors of something like
a total of 2 uF or higher (I can't remember exactly) at the output of his circuit, which at say 5000 V or 6000 V is already getting quite dangerous.

Anyway this thread is for Daly and Daly derived devices such as Akula's coil device, so I won't dwell on this, but just wanted to make sure you
and anyone else who may not already be aware, are aware of the very real danger of larger capacitor values charged to a high voltage.
This can be instantly lethal with just one slight careless touch.

All the best...







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« Reply #5046 on: September 03, 2014, 12:51:35 PM »
Well done Mag, this is a really nice job. Your monster switch looks very strong! I hope that will give you something more at the output! Just one suggestion. Use thicker wire on your three turns coil at yoke's output. You will gain more current..

Nick, i really admire your insistence on Mazilli crts, but as you already see is limited on pwr, especially due to the low dc voltage at the coils! I guess that 48-24-12 arrangement doesn't fit as your output coil. You need more turns than 48 to raise the pressure at the output and make your bulbs to light. In addition, mazilli crt is very difficult to tune right with just a capacitor between primary's coils, even with the use of an oscilloscope. In your case i would use two high current low inductance variable chokes in series with each of your primary coils! You will see things that you just can't with just tuning with capacitance. (It would be more easier if you find an oscilloscope for this job...)

 

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« Reply #5047 on: September 03, 2014, 04:22:47 PM »
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« Reply #5048 on: September 03, 2014, 04:23:56 PM »
It sounds like your circuit is quite a bit different than Don Smith's circuit, if I understand what you are doing correctly.
Don Smith powered his circuit with a high frequency neon sign transformer and a spark gap, although he did say elsewhere
that there are other ways to drive it.

Correction. I went and looked at a close up picture of Don Smith's demo circuit, and Don Smith's
circuit showed a GDT, not a sparkgap. I have found through my own experimentation with this type
of driver circuit however that a GDT will not perform anywhere near as well as a sparkgap in
a high current discharge situation. The GDT gets very hot and seems to have a much higher discharge resistance
than a sparkgap. At least this was so with the GDT's I tested with. Using a good pulser driver circuit to drive this
coil arrangement might be a suitable alternative however. Don Smith may have had a good reason for using a GDT
however, due to some particular characteristic of the GDT's, although he may have just thrown his demo circuit
together just to give people the general idea, and possibly left out some important feature or features of an
actual working circuit.
All the best...
 




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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5049 on: September 03, 2014, 04:37:21 PM »
   One of the reasons that I continue with the Mazilli/yoke crt is because, there are no reliable schematics to count on from Akula or Ruslan, or anyone else, especially for my particular build.   As they both use 24v to drive IGBT's or the IRFP250N mosfets. I've been using the IRFP260N fets, driven by only 12v up to now,  as I burnt out two of these fets when using 24v, and the smaller 12v zeners.  I have now connected the 18v 5watt zeners now, which will allow me to use higher voltages.
And I also bought a brand new 12v 7ah battery. So, I'll be able to use the higher 24v and higher amperage inputs, once I get the new circuit working properly at 12v.

  The Mazilli is an induction heater circuit, and when properly heterodyned with an Exciter circuit or Kacher circuit, should give some anomolous results.
And/OR, combined with a solar system, the magnetic Mazilli crt will work by itself.
For sure...  no problem, 24/7.
 
   Also, I love the totally safe non-shocking aspect of this type of magnetic output current, from the Mazilli or other types of magnetic induction circuits.
And, even when the crt is combined and superimposed with an Exciter/ Kacher circuit,  it's still safe,  at least as far as I've seen, so far.
 
 I hate being shocked... And I still don't understand why we need to use anything other than just the safe magnetic current to light our incandescent bulbs with, as well as any other things that need a power source. As its magnetic current that produces electricity. So, why not use it as the primary driving source, instead.

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« Reply #5050 on: September 03, 2014, 05:06:02 PM »
   One of the reasons that I continue with the Mazilli/yoke crt is because, there are no reliable schematics to count on from Akula or Ruslan, or anyone else, especially for my particular build.   They both use 24v to drive IGBT's or the IRFP250N mosfets. I've been using the IRFP260N fets, driven by only 12v up to now,  as I burnt out two of these fets when using 24v, and the smaller 12v zeners.  I have now connected the 18v 5watt zeners now, which will allow me to use higher voltages.
And I also bought a brand new 12v 7ah battery. So, I'll be able to use the higher 24v and higher amperage inputs, once I get the new circuit working properly at 12v.

  The Mazilli is an induction heater circuit, and when properly heterodyned with an Exciter circuit or Kacher circuit, should give some anomolous results.
And/OR, combined with a solar system, the magnetic crt with work by itself.
For sure...  no problem, 24/7.
 
   Also, I just love the totally safe non-shocking aspect of this type of magnetic output current, from the Mazilli type circuits. And, even when it's combined and superimposed with an Exciter/ Kacher circuit,  it's still safe,  at least as far as I've seen, so far.
 
 I hate being shocked... And I still don't understand why we need to use anything other than just the safe magnetic current to light our incandescent bulbs with, as well as any other things that need a power source. As its magnetic current that produces electricity, but why not use it as the primary driving source, instead.

Hi Nick. Yes, you just never know what the secret is, if it really does work as Akula showed it.
I had never really looked into the details of Daly's circuit previously, but I did recently and realized
that Akula's first supposed self running circuit with the big coil seems to be closely based on
Daly's circuit, with some modifications. In that case a high voltage nanopulser circuit similar to Daly's
arrangement or a circuit arrangement along the lines of a kacher circuit might well be an important component
here which Akula hid in his video. I remember when I looked at Akula's original self runner circuit in close detail that he
seemed to have a few extra wires running around the circuit which did not seem to match the
posted schematics. The tricky part may be trying to find the right frequency and pulse width settings
and coil tunings. I have been pretty busy for the last while, but I plan to do more experimentation with the Daly
and Akula type circuit arrangements before too long.

I don't think that Akula's setup is totally safe because if he can really power a bank of 240V
light bulbs with his circuit then it should have enough power to give dangerous shocks. You still need to
use caution and you need to know what not to touch.  A good rule of thumb is that if you are not sure
if any particular component or wire is safe to touch or not, do not touch it. :)

P.S. Whatever became of Daly? Did anyone hear from him any time recently?


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« Reply #5051 on: September 03, 2014, 06:28:11 PM »
  Magnetic induction crts, like the Mazilli can power several hundred 100 to 200 watt bulbs, with absolutely NO Shocks. So, I imagine that it can also do much more than that. 
   Akula can touch his HV kacher circuit connections, without getting shocked.
That is one clue to the Akula's Kacher crt output levels. Nor does he warn about shocks, from his circuit, in general.  Although I may have missed something there.
 
   SR193 said that the HV pulser crt on his device does not need to be very strong, just enough to cause the effect generation. He used a fairly silent spark gap, as well.

  There seam to be as many types of self running circuits, as there are people that build them. And all are different. So there are many ways to skin the cat.

 

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5052 on: September 03, 2014, 08:06:10 PM »
NickZ

Correct. Also Kapanadze spark was not hot.

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« Reply #5053 on: September 03, 2014, 08:24:11 PM »
  Magnetic induction crts, like the Mazilli can power several hundred 100 to 200 watt bulbs, with absolutely NO Shocks. So, I imagine that it can also do much more than that. 
   Akula can touch his HV kacher circuit connections, without getting shocked.
That is one clue to the Akula's Kacher crt output levels. Nor does he warn about shocks, from his circuit, in general.  Although I may have missed something there.

Hi Nick. It always depends on the specifics of any given circuit. It is a combination of
voltage and current capacity, as well as frequency if it is AC. You can have
a high AC voltage with low current capacity at a frequency in the tens of kilohertz
range which may not shock you at all, but lower the frequency or increase the
current capacity and you can get nasty shocks for the exact same voltage.
Ignore at your own risk the basic rule of thumb of not touching a wire or a connector in a
live circuit or on a charged capacitor unless you know for certain it is safe to do so.   ;)

There seam to be as many types of self running circuits, as there are people that build them. And all are different. So there are many ways to skin the cat.

That may be true, but IMO unless a person can build a circuit for them self to prove to them self
that any given approach really does produce over unity, it is of course all just speculation.
After reviewing a lot of the info and videos on the various Kapadnadze and related devices,
I have some ideas to experiment with, but I personally won't make any claims of having any understanding
of how these circuits might be working unless I can prove it to myself first.  ;D





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« Reply #5054 on: September 04, 2014, 12:15:16 AM »
  Well, although seeing is believing, it may not be so easy to know or understand all that is happening, as to why exactly a self runner works.
But, in any case, a replication should be possible for many of us to follow, eventually.  We are still in Free Energy kinder garden, and not one of us graduated from it yet.
 
  I'll watch the TopRuslan videos now. He seams to be going at full speed on his projects, maybe trying to keep up with Akula, who might have another Ace up his sleeve.