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Author Topic: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY  (Read 10174716 times)

Offline Kator01

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5490 on: October 03, 2014, 02:09:56 AM »
Hello Itsu,

just watched your vid. You were commenting on the instability of the Kacher-circuit.
It not the fault of the Kacher-circuit itself but using none ( as this is often demonstrated presenting the Kacher) -or just on resistor for biasing the base in ANY transistor-driven oscillator makes the circuit load-sensitive as you have noticed ( example 1 = Kacher-basic-pnp.jpg ) because your hand acts as a load to the high-voltage-field. In this type of circuit the base-current will change with increased collector-current, increased base-current will change the voltage-drop across the base-resistor so the system becomes more unstable.

If you use a fixed bias as it is shown in Kacher-basic-NPN.jpg the system should become stable.



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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5491 on: October 03, 2014, 03:52:59 AM »
hi d3x0r,

The Dally nanopulser was already tested in the virtual environment after i have completed fixing the Akula nanopulser section which was uploaded previously.

I can tell you the Dally nanopulser doesn't even work using HC or HCT for the 1st I/C to the 1st I/C to the left without even completing the circuit at 2nd I/C."This circuit is also riddled with intentionally created bug"

and when implemented in reality it does work, as it's intended.
I can see an advantage of taking input from 494 output which might already be only 5V?   then you don't need a voltage regulator...
should be able to adjust the capacitance within the diode so it can stay on longer though....


what I meant to say is "already" is a lot of things, some of which some people might know and some may not.  I also had simulators, and I'd like to play with yours... but falstad is nice for active visualzations; until you get to IC things


ya I know I've actually been reading a lot more than posting.

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5492 on: October 03, 2014, 05:54:46 AM »
   Hoppy:
  Thanks for the offer to help identify my crt problem.
  Here are some pics.  The new 12v 7ah battery gets discharge in just a minute or two.
  What is getting hot quickly are both the fets center posts, which are connected to the yoke's secondary coil (red coil).  So I'll change that connection to see if that helps. As it goes through the white junction box to the yoke secondary output coil. I had made it long enough to attach severeal tuning caps on those two wires, inside the white box. As without those caps this set up has a weak output to the bulbs.
  It's the basic Mazilli, but with 18v 5w zeners, 480 ohm blue resistors, 10k smaller resistors, and UF306 diodes for the crossover.
 Maybe these UF306 for crossover diodes are not working well?

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5493 on: October 03, 2014, 09:37:52 AM »
hi itsu,

Please refer to my ver 4.0 fixed circuit diagram as attached.There are around 7 bugs i have detected in the "unmodified circuit diagram which you were referring from"...........................


Hi Magpwr,

i did see your bug report  ;D , but did not necessarily agree with all those, so i decided to build the original first and see what will happen.
I would then incorperate your changes to see if it would indeed improve/got working.

But do you not agree that the signal from point A is reversed?

Thanks,  regards Itsu


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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5494 on: October 03, 2014, 09:41:06 AM »
Hello Itsu,

just watched your vid. You were commenting on the instability of the Kacher-circuit.
It not the fault of the Kacher-circuit itself but using none ( as this is often demonstrated presenting the Kacher) -or just on resistor for biasing the base in ANY transistor-driven oscillator makes the circuit load-sensitive as you have noticed ( example 1 = Kacher-basic-pnp.jpg ) because your hand acts as a load to the high-voltage-field. In this type of circuit the base-current will change with increased collector-current, increased base-current will change the voltage-drop across the base-resistor so the system becomes more unstable.

If you use a fixed bias as it is shown in Kacher-basic-NPN.jpg the system should become stable.



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Kator01

Thanks Kator01,

that looks more like the kacher drive circuit used by Ruslan, i will try it.

Regards Itsu

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5495 on: October 03, 2014, 09:51:38 AM »
Nick,

Thanks for posting a description and photos of your current setup. You still have a couple of iffy (dry) looking solder joints. Completely remove the solder and clean the wires if necessary before re-soldering. Also check your battery by applying say a 12V / 20W halogen lamp load directly across your fully charged battery for a few minutes, whilst measuring that the terminal voltage is not dropping below around 12.4V before stabilising. All diodes also need to be tested. Also, get rid of those tie-wraps and screw the mosfets down onto the heat sinks.

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5496 on: October 03, 2014, 10:59:02 AM »
Hey guys, well done for your building progress. I managed to light a bulb of 50w at about 80 percent full bright without the use of katcher. Yesterday all day I was trimming my katcher but at the end I messed up. The reason was that i was driving my katcher straight from the battery which is Wrong! At the end, when I changed battery to  a fresher one, frequency completely changed! Use regulation for your katcher to save time. When voltage supply changes frequency drifts.. On the other hand, we can take an advantage of it. With power sup variation we can tune to our katcher's freq...

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5497 on: October 03, 2014, 11:25:10 AM »
So any suggestions are welcome what is causing this, and if i should order some inverting ucc37321's or if there is another solution or problem to solve.


What if i change the outputs on the TL494 from the present "emitter-follower configuration" to the "common-emitter configuration", see excerpt from the TL494 data sheet.

That will reverse the present input to the MOSFET drivers and thus the output.

Regards itsu
 

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5498 on: October 03, 2014, 12:15:17 PM »
Hi Jeg,


pipe is 5cm diameter, wire including insulation is 3.3mm.

Be aware that its very hard if not impossible to wire the next layer exactly on top of the lower layer, so normally what has happened is
that the next layer wire lies inbetween the lower layer wires  :o   
I measured the 6 layers at the left side of my coil to be 17.5mm thick, so 2.9mm each layer.


Regards Itsu
Guys!
Why are you not built count meter just need 1 pedometer, 1 microswitch and 1 disk with 318mm diameter, 1 turn will be (1m) 1 step on pedometer!

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5499 on: October 03, 2014, 12:29:39 PM »

Hi Magpwr,

i did see your bug report  ;D , but did not necessarily agree with all those, so i decided to build the original first and see what will happen.
I would then incorperate your changes to see if it would indeed improve/got working.

But do you not agree that the signal from point A is reversed?

Thanks,  regards Itsu

hi itsu,

It's hard for me to explain this part as i ever worked with TL494 but instead i'm using SG2525 or UCC3825 for more than 200khz.

Just try to visualize this if TL494 is producing 20% duty cycle as an example.Both signal output of TL494 will produce duty signal at 20% but one of the channel will trigger at negative half of waveform.If A is on B is off or vice versa.

Worst-Imagine this if you take a 20% duty cycle from Channel A and Channel B from output of TL494 and connect it to a inverting IGBT driver UCC37321P or TC4421.
The output would be invert of A and B and it would show as 80% duty cycle in your scope because the output is inverted.

In short 20% duty 1" or on state would appear as (20% off state "0" at output and 80% as on state) for the inverting IGBT driver version.

This is 80% on state would be nice to create fireworks on the mosfet due to excessive current flow.
(In another words inverting IGBT driver is out of the equation.This inverting version isn't suited for this circuit)
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If you talking about deriving the signal at point A of nanosecond generator if this needs to be obtained from Channel A or Channel B output of TL494.

This part is still a mystery to me but can be solved since there is only 3 possible combination to apply signal for nano generator-
1)Obtain from Channel A of TL494
2)Obtain from Channel B of TL494

3)This 3rd possibility which i found out recently  through this attached circuit diagram and i have circled in red.
   There is 2 diode each is connected to the IR2XXX driver.

It is like connecting 2 diodes to both Channel A and Channel B of TL494 (It's like base on "OR" gate (1 ,0 =1) or (0 , 1 = 1) or (1,1) = 1) and linking to nanosecond generator via R1 and R2 resistor.

For everyone please refer to nanogenerator fix version 4.0 base on my previous attachment.

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This of PWM circuit photo was extracted from the Russian forum where Ruslan/Akula was discussed

I have lost which page was this pull from without wasting too much time and who was the creator for this circuit which i am suspecting Ruslan-

I need you or anyone whom have large screen to zoom image by 200...250%.

I need to show there is 3 I/C i can see 1st MC34063 (This is definitely used in older 12volt supply to boost voltage to 18volts as support by TC44xx driver ,One of the IGBT driver TC4420(Non inverting 6Amps version) and PWM I/C: SG3525AN faintly
(There is nothing much to talk about this circuit as this is easy to understand what it is doing and why i/c is there)

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5500 on: October 03, 2014, 03:38:25 PM »
What do you say about that? As you see changing diodes is an easy task. I just wonder about what starcruser said  for the filters.

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« Reply #5501 on: October 03, 2014, 03:53:21 PM »
  Magpwr:
  The diagram above was made by Akula, for his second video device.  But, the picture of the crt is Ruslans.

  Hoppy, ok I'll check a few things and report back.  I've always had the fets heating up on me, on the previous Mazilli, as well as this one. Even when lighting only a single 100w bulb. This makes it so that I can't turn on the device for over a minute or so. I'll connect up the rest of the air coils and tuning caps to the yoke circuit soon.

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5502 on: October 03, 2014, 04:06:32 PM »
What do you say about that? As you see changing diodes is an easy task. I just wonder about what starcruser said  for the filters.

hi Jeg,

Once the filter section is removed connecting to 110volts or 220volts mains may be risky as the sudden in rush of current may kill the device.

Unless you have auto transformer to slowly raise voltage from the lowest settings  or connecting to Yoke or a large toroid core which is still considered better choice than mains. ;)

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« Reply #5503 on: October 03, 2014, 04:19:01 PM »
  Magpwr:
  The diagram above was made by Akula, for his second video device.  But, the picture of the crt is Ruslans.

  Hoppy, ok I'll check a few things and report back.  I've always had the fets heating up on me, on the previous Mazilli, as well as this one. Even when lighting only a single 100w bulb. This makes it so that I can't turn on the device for over a minute or so. I'll connect up the rest of the air coils and tuning caps to the yoke circuit soon.

hi Nickz,

I am not sure if you are keen on monitoring frequency or duty cycle which i can recommend this multimeter Genuine UNI-T UT136B Auto Range Digital Multimeter AC DC.  Ebay Seller :spctech-p
This is <$20 USD gadget and comes with free shipment.
This is after doing some basic research from some multimeter freaks in youtube.

I have recently obtained this multimeter to compliment my scope.I am very impress for this price it can measure frequency of sinewave/square wave with great accuracy.
The best part it can even detect ultra low 0.1% duty cycle. :)

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Tomorrow i shall wind a tesla coil.


 

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5504 on: October 03, 2014, 04:48:23 PM »
hi Jeg,

Once the filter section is removed connecting to 110volts or 220volts mains may be risky as the sudden in rush of current may kill the device.

Unless you have auto transformer to slowly raise voltage from the lowest settings  or connecting to Yoke or a large toroid core which is still considered better choice than mains. ;)

Thanks Mag. I am between diode modification and 24V output modulation to 50Hz. We 'll see..