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Author Topic: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY  (Read 8059581 times)

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« Reply #1815 on: June 05, 2013, 08:30:47 PM »
  The transistors getting hot, or not, is a strange thing sometimes. Because I've had the transistor working fine, and stone cold, lighting bulbs, then at other times, so hot you could not touch them. I still have not figured this out. But, I have seen that they can be working well, and still not over heat, at times.
  When the yoke or ferrite yoke cores make a lot of transformer noise, that is when the transistors are drawing a lot of current, and also getting hotter. Each transistor or mosfet works different, so it's good to test different ones, even of the same kind. Right now the transistor that I'm using will not light a 50 watt incandescent bulb, through my Ringer circuit, like the TIP 3055 transistor can, but it will light a 40 watt bulb, ok. I've burnt out many many transistors...
Finding the right transistor is very important. Sometimes only trial and error will work to find the best one that is most compatible, same thing with finding the right capacitors for finding the resonance.
It takes a lot of patience, and most people will never take the needed time.

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« Reply #1816 on: June 05, 2013, 09:07:00 PM »
  When the yoke or ferrite yoke cores make a lot of transformer noise, that is when the transistors are drawing a lot of current, and also getting hotter.

Hi,

I spent some time on reverse engineering of akula0083 video (even if he probably won't enjoy this) and came out to test circuit for you to check. Even it seems is incomplete (may be missing connections) but still worth to try out and tune.
Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_e3RpsEZE14

Hopefully I am not missleading people.. :)

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« Reply #1817 on: June 05, 2013, 10:21:10 PM »
  T-1000:
   Thank you for taking the time to study and make the diagram. I know how difficult and time consuming this must be.
    Your diagram is showing the rectified 220v DC voltage after the inverter is going direct to the center tap of the yoke, and then to the two Mos-Fets . This is not how the video is showing it. Nor is the white coil wire on the yoke going to the air coil as is shown in the diagram. As the input is coming from the rectifier to the right side of the yoke white wire coil, and the other (opposite end) of that white coil wire is connected to a yellow wire that is going to the driver circuit, not to the big air coil as shown in the diagram. Or not? As the big air core coil (white wire) is only connected to the ground at the bottom end, and to the bulbs, at the upper end, then possibly back to ground, but not sure if this circuit is closed, or not.
  There are several other connections that I don't know or am uncertain about. But, lets start with the above observations. let me know what you think.
 Main thing is, will the two Fets handle 220 volts DC direct from the inverter/rectifier, or not?



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« Reply #1818 on: June 05, 2013, 10:30:17 PM »
  T-1000:
   Thank you for taking the time to study and make the diagram. I know how difficult and time consuming this must be.
    Your diagram is showing the rectified 220v DC voltage after the inverter is going direct to the center tap of the yoke, and then to the two Mos-Fets . This is not how the video is showing it. Nor is the white coil wire on the yoke going to the air coil as is shown in the diagram. As the input is coming from the rectifier to the right side of the yoke white wire coil, and the other (opposite end) of that white coil wire is connected to a yellow wire that is going to the driver circuit, not to the big air coil as shown in the diagram. Or not?

The +220 is coming to generator board and akula said "from inverter it is coming to transistors" so I can assume the generator board itself has connection between center tap and rectified DC. Also the separate DC 12 volts are coming to generator board and I calculcated 3 wires going into it (I might missed 4th).
The tuning steps would be as following: first give +220DC from inverter to center tap for flip-flop then tune TR1 to frequency what makes resonance on series for L3C1L5 so you will have lots of amps on capacitor then try to modulate another coil in TR1 with choke L8(akula said it is output choke inside of magnetic field) closing TR2 transformer L7 circuit over 25T coil in TR1 which goes to AC 220 from inverter (another end is over "-" in diodes) - that will  give you another 50Hz modulation where induction on transformers are directly from same magnetic fields inside of transformers. The coils polarities need to be checked in connections.
The results will be seen after on what is happening if you give a try... ;)

Also FETs can handle it but you will need fast high power and high voltage ones. The resonant frequency for induction cooker effect range might be 20-50 kHz.

 

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« Reply #1819 on: June 05, 2013, 10:51:37 PM »
  Ok, first of all, I don't have 220 volt from the grid, or any other source. Only 110 volts. 
   My question remains, will the two transistors or mosfet handle 220v (or even 110V) direct current, or not?  I don't want to burn them.
  Look at how the center tap is connected to the Driver Board, and NOT to the rectifier. This was a picture from a previous Akula video, but still shows the connection that I'm concerned about. If I connect the input direct I think that I would instantly burn out the transistors.  The driver board has a voltage drop down capacitor (brown cap on second picture) that reduces the input that is coming from the rectifier to the driver board.

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« Reply #1820 on: June 05, 2013, 10:54:42 PM »
If I connect the input direct I think that I would instantly burn out the transistors.
Only if you give logic "1" all the time to transistors. They are opened switches by default and with high frequency they can handle lots of amps. You might investigate how most induction cookers are built, there are even 220V capacitor discharges over coil and transistor in half bridge...

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« Reply #1821 on: June 05, 2013, 11:23:38 PM »
   I don't have high power mosfets, which can handle 220v, I'm using transistors, but do have some Fets.  I am 100 miles away from the nearest Radio Shack, and I don't I have any test equipment other than a multimeter.  Yet, I'm doing what I can with what I can salvage and have onhand. Maybe Grum, Hoppy, Itsu or others can build this the way that you are suggesting, as they have the equipment needed.
 
  Look at the pictures above, the circuit is not like the diagram. There are several things that I see in the diagram which are not like what I see in the videos. Like the rectified 220v is not going direct to the big air core. There is also a grey wire going from the inverter/rectifier back to the battery area, but I can't see it clearly. There a several other wires that I don't know what they do, either.
 Yet, I will do what I can. 
 

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« Reply #1822 on: June 06, 2013, 12:27:00 AM »
Look at the pictures above, the circuit is not like the diagram. There are several things that I see in the diagram which are not like what I see in the videos. Like the rectified 220v is not going direct to the big air core. There is also a grey wire going from the inverter/rectifier back to the battery area, but I can't see it clearly. There a several other wires that I don't know what they do, either.

If you see connections differently, please draw own draft circtuit diagram version to compare for practical test. As I mentioned previously and in my draft diagram, it might appear differently connected with difference what they are supposed to do in windings of yoke, choke and air core transformer.

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« Reply #1823 on: June 06, 2013, 12:41:57 AM »
Zeners in series with a load only let the spikes reach the load.

OK,  i tested that and off course you are right, but the spikes alone are not able to light up the little bulb.

I used a toriod transformer 220V / 2x12V with a center tap and made a double rectifier circuit with each leg having its own shortening MOSFET.

We now see the complete sine wave with both positive and negative peaks being shorted.
Problem is that the FG is not able to drive the both MOSFETs fully open, so no full shorting is happening.

Need to crank up the FG signal or use MOSFET drivers to also increase the MOSFETs switching time.

Video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9GPvQHvN6M&feature=youtu.be

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« Reply #1824 on: June 06, 2013, 12:48:45 AM »
Maybe Grum, Hoppy, Itsu or others can build this the way that you are suggesting, as they have the equipment needed.

NickZ, there are to much unknowns here, and the fact that the original poster is not responding anymore makes it a
no no for me to even start with this replication.

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« Reply #1825 on: June 06, 2013, 01:35:24 AM »
    Itsu:
   I understand, and can't blame you. That has been what most everyone thinks, also.
  I will never the less continue plodding away in the dark. You never know... All I'm looking for is a little light at the end of the tunnel, to know which way to go, or what to do.
  The basic principle is what I'm looking for at this time, and I still don't have a clue.  Need help, like we all do.
  We may have to wait until someone that can be trusted, comes along, and gives us a hand.
  Akula is probably spending the money from the sale of his device idea, now, to care much about helping anyone. He never did answered the e-mail that I sent him, so I don't know what more to do.   

  T-1000: I'll try to do something to correct what may be needed in your diagram, when I know more.
 In the meantime look at the last picture you just posted and see how the red yoke coil is connected at both ends. As well as how the rectified 220v is not going to the big air coil. Akula said it was only connected at the bottom of the big air coil to ground, and at the top of the air coil to the bulbs, nothing else was mentioned.
   Nice clean diagram, in any case, and you may be right, who knows.
  Maybe Akula will show up again on Skype, or one of the forums one of these days, as well.
                                                                                           
                                                                                         
 

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« Reply #1826 on: June 06, 2013, 02:50:23 AM »
  Look at the pictures above, the circuit is not like the diagram. There are several things that I see in the diagram which are not like what I see in the videos. Like the rectified 220v is not going direct to the big air core. There is also a grey wire going from the inverter/rectifier back to the battery area, but I can't see it clearly.
 

Still checking on what I might missed. Can't see where choke is connected unless it is hidden with white cable going on bottom of big transformer from red wire of yoke. Also I noticed the edge of big transformer is reflecting so probably it is metalic after all. Here are more pictures for this case:

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« Reply #1827 on: June 06, 2013, 04:51:45 AM »
   Good pictures!  Can you see that the red yoke coil wire is connected to the black wire from the rectifier, on the right side, and the other end of that red coil is connected to the yellow wire that goes to the driver board? The white wire under the yoke is one of the unknowns to me, as well as the grey wire from the rectifier to the battery area.
  If you study Hendershots diagrams he is showing the center choke as a coil wound on the outside of  capacitor, and each end of the coil connected to the two capacitor connections (+ and -),  which are then both connect to a transformer located outside of the big woven air coil. So, his choke coil/capacitor is connected to a transformer.  Maybe Akula also connected the choke to either the air coil, or the yoke. As I don't see how the choke would be able to do much isolated, just connected to a small tuning capacitor. But, that is how is appears in the hand drawn diagram, IF that is correct.
 I think that the metal strip on top of the air coil is only a small piece of aluminum, but maybe is goes further down. I've lined my air coil with an aluminum liner inside with open ends on about 70 % of the inside of air coil surface. I think the choke is only a pvc pipe former with about 40 turns of insulated wire on it, and maybe that small tuning cap.

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« Reply #1828 on: June 06, 2013, 05:08:29 AM »
   Good pictures!  Can you see that the red yoke coil wire is connected to the black wire from the rectifier, on the right side, and the other end of that red coil is connected to the yellow wire that goes to the driver board? The white wire under the yoke is one of the unknowns to me, as well as the grey wire from the rectifier to the battery area.
  If you study Hendershots diagrams he is showing the center choke as a coil wound on the outside of  capacitor, and each end of the coil connected to the two capacitor connections (+ and -),  which are then both connect to a transformer located outside of the big woven air coil. So, his choke coil/capacitor is connected to a transformer.  Maybe Akula also connected the choke to either the air coil, or the yoke. As I don't see how the choke would be able to do much isolated, just connected to a small tuning capacitor. But, that is how is appears in the hand drawn diagram, IF that is correct.
 I think that the metal strip on top of the air coil is only a small piece of aluminum, but maybe is goes further down. I've lined my air coil with an aluminum liner inside with open ends on about 70 % of the inside of air coil surface. I think the choke is only a pvc pipe former with about 40 turns of insulated wire on it, and maybe that small tuning cap.
In slide3-2 and slide4 the reflection of white wire is seen on capacitor. Also the yellow wire passes yoke over top to down near capacitor and continues to grounding. Not sure if it is connected on that point.
The white wire from red coil of yoke goes underneath of second transformer and this is only one place where I could assume the choke connected inside of large transformer (as akula said "output choke in magnetic field" in first video part). Not sure if there would be free oscillating LC inside of big transformer like it was in Hendershot circuit as that would require capacitor which wasn't seen in video.
The slit looks like aliuminum due reflective surface but the other metal might be in place as well. Not sure too how deep it goes from top inside of transformer.
If you use one of my diagram drafts the bulbs will be lit straight from inverter with 25Hz frequency. The induction heater effect and way how additional looping coils are connected might do the difference to power delivery. That needs to be tested.

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« Reply #1829 on: June 06, 2013, 05:25:07 AM »
  There is a metal strip inside the air coil, and there does seam to be something else inside the choke as well, like a small cap maybe wrapped in tape or paper.  Still there are many unknowns to effectively replicate, but I'm doing what I can as I get more information, even though I don't know what is really going on yet.
  I'm hoping that there will be other Akula replication and further information from the Russian forums soon, also. Otherwise it's a hit and miss deal. But, I'm also hoping to hit on it, even if by accident.
  Thanks for the pictures and diagram.
  I added a bit of contrast and sharpened the focus slightly to your image, to see the colors better.
 Look at the grey wire also from the rectifier to the battery area.

 

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