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Author Topic: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY  (Read 9058038 times)

Offline NickZ

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« Reply #17895 on: August 30, 2017, 06:07:08 PM »
   Hoppy:
  I'll keep it in mind.
  Such as:
  http://www.littelfuse.com/products/tvs-diodes/leaded/1_5ke.aspx#

   I'm still wondering why Itsu's snubber resistors aren't heating up.
   I'll see if I can order some bigger 3w carbon resistors, as I'm not sure what type the ones that I have on are. They are the resistors I showed in the picture. The 1/2 watt didn't make the grade. Nor the present 3 watt ones, either.
   But, first I'll disconnect the Oleg snubber and see if the Fets snubbers calm down.

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« Reply #17896 on: August 30, 2017, 11:04:19 PM »
   I removed the 3 watt resistors and reconnected just the snubber caps. Using 3 200w bulbs on as the load, I get 230 volt peeks. And some ringing back. FETs getting warm but not hot. Oleg snubber makes very little difference in bringing down the peaks. But I'll leave it on for now. Probably need the right type of 1K resistor there also.
   At least those previous 3watt 56 ohm resistors are not there getting hot. As they are not installed any more. They're probably not the right type, either.
   Possibly some of the ringing on the flat top part of the squares wave is good. I still have to work on getting those 200 + volts peaks down some more though.
   I got the 50 volts back on the square wave, while the running frequency is around 16.6KHz. The three 200 watt bulbs are fairly well lit, considering it being a 600w load.
  No interaction from the Kacher, as yet. Kacher running at 1MHz to 1.1MHz. Ferrite inside the Kacher does not help too much in varing the running frequency, nor increasing the brightness of the bulbs

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #17897 on: August 31, 2017, 10:11:41 AM »
Hi all, I was looking through some of my snap shots and came across a couple of snapshots, I was wondering if any one wanted to compare any of their snap shots assuming you get my drift in that area.

Am I being vague and confusing oh surely not ;) Oh dear where have I gone wrong?
Do you think the wave distortion is due to a detune in the wave length somewhere?

Ile leave you with that one. ;)

Allen

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« Reply #17898 on: August 31, 2017, 10:37:16 AM »

Nick,

removing the 3W R from the RC snubber and thus only leaving the C connected means you have removed the snubber, as a C alone across the drain / source can hardly
be called a snubber, it just adds capacitance to the MOSFETS drain / source capacitance.

 
If the Oleg snubber has no effect, i would remove it.    I think you could be right about the 1K resistor of the correct type there.  It could make a difference
including a high quality cap.

50V square waves when driving it with 24V is to be expected, so that looks good.

I would try to find the correct resistors for the RC snubbers and go for the TVS option.   I think Hoppy mentioned something like 140V clamping voltage.


Can you see any interaction on the inductor or wima cap sine wave signal when activating the kacher?  (be aware you might have some 500 or so volt there).


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« Reply #17899 on: August 31, 2017, 10:59:20 AM »
Thanks very much for all the answers.
I will try to first understand more and than step by step build something.  ( in the past  i didn`t experiment so much yet with ic`s ... so  now is the time )
I learned a lot allready from the things I read on the last pages  and  i will flip back to previous pages also  .

I am enthousiast  :)     Yeahhh !       (  like to become a Genius ...  ehmmm  a  technical Genius  : )
 https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=abraham+hicks++genius&spfreload=1

Thank you

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Offline Belfior

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #17900 on: August 31, 2017, 01:36:01 PM »
I am trying to make some snubbers and I was thinking going with a varistor (MOV) 1k resistor and maybe a 100V NE-2 bulb as indicator for voltage spikes.

What size varistor should I get to protect the TL494 module and driving transistor? I got one 2n3055 to try out. I got no clue how much back EMF or spikes the oscillator&driver can take

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« Reply #17901 on: August 31, 2017, 04:48:43 PM »
   Itsu:
   I'll try to get some of the right resistors to see if they make a difference. As with just the snubber caps the fets get too warm on a 600w load. Plus the spike is still over 200v.
   I'll check the Kacher's interaction at the WIMA cap. But, I see no effect at the bulbs. None at all.

   How about you?  Are you going to attempt another try at the Kacher, with a line grounded to your house water pipe?
The ground connection is what keeps things from being destroyed. Just keep all the electronics away from the HV field.
   
   Void was right, there is no sign on the scope of the Kacher's HV interaction onto the induction circuits when turning on the Kacher circuit. That can also mean that there's something not right there. And that the right resonant point has not been achieved.
   I use an led as an field indicator next to the yoke to show me when I'm in resonance, and it has not turned on since the TL494 board was installed.

   Belfior:  You need to get the right mosfets for the induction circuits. The IRFP260N mosfets.  Get more of them than what you think that you'll need, as you'll go through a bunch of them before you get it right. And also the 0.47 WIMA caps, at least one or two of them, as well.
   Below is the circuit that I am using for my build. Along with some other schematics, like from Stalker.
   

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« Reply #17902 on: August 31, 2017, 05:09:34 PM »

   Belfior:  You need to get the right mosfets for the induction circuits. The IRFP260N mosfets.  Get more of them than what you think that you'll need, as you'll go through a bunch of them before you get it right. And also the 0.47 WIMA caps, at least one or two of them, as well.
   Below is the circuit that I am using for my build. Along with some other schematics, like from Stalker.
 

I ordered 10 IRFP260N transistors, but don't know when they arrive. I got two 2N3055 HV transistor with heat sinks. What is the qualities we are looking for here? High voltage or speed or what?

Would this work for the cap?

http://www.mouser.fi/ProductDetail/WIMA/MKS4D024702A00JSSD/?qs=sGAEpiMZZMv1cc3ydrPrFwgzP98AO9idRGUwNGCNatM%3d

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #17903 on: August 31, 2017, 05:12:13 PM »

Nick,

i tried yesterday, but my RC snubber resistors (carbon ½W) are not heating up while pulling 6A @ 24V (in resonance).
The only thing that heats up somewhat (50°C) is the Oleg 1K/2W snubber resistor, so it could be that your 460 Ohm is to low.

I also never had any visible interaction on the load bulbs when activating the kacher, only a DMM showed some volts increase.

I will not start with the kachers again, its not worth the risk.

Not sure what you  mean by: "I use an led as an field indicator next to the yoke to show me when I'm in resonance", what resonance are you talking about?
The kacher is always in resonance otherwise you won't have any output, and the inductor/wima cap series LC can easily been seen if its in resonance by
the bulbs (max. brightness).

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« Reply #17904 on: August 31, 2017, 05:24:00 PM »
Hi Belfior and Utopia Now. I am attaching a couple of older schematics that some people have experimented
with here. This should give you a starting point. Keep in mind that these circuits used in the Kapanadze/Daly/Akula/Ruslan
circuits can produce lethal voltages/currents, so build at your own risk (not sure what your experience is with electronics).

A couple of days ago, I was experimenting with a sparkgap flyback type driver circuit driving a coil, and I
moved the screwdriver tip of a plastic handled screwdriver close to one end of the coil to test the arcing distance,
and as I brought the tip of the screwdriver closer and closer to the end of the coil I got a major zap in my whole
right arm. The high voltage was inducing a quite strong current into my arm right through the plastic insulating handle
of the screwdriver and through my hand into my arm. The voltage on the end of the coil must have been pretty high
however as it was arcing to the ungrounded screwdriver tip a good inch before I got the shock.  ;D
The input power to the flyback driver was only about 7.5 watts. From now on I will ground the screwdriver
when testing arc distances.  :D

The output of the PWM driver module with the series resonant loop can produce some high power as well, so that is why
I was previously cautioning GeoFusion not to work on these circuits on the cement in his bare feet.
You can potentially get lethal zaps out of these circuits if you are not careful, both from the tesla coil and from the
PWM driver module. 


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« Reply #17905 on: August 31, 2017, 06:15:52 PM »
    Belfior:
   The quality you're looking for is to follow the diagram as much as possible. Otherwise you won't know what you're doing.
   First thing is to build a Kacher circuit, with it's Tesla coil, ferrite rod, and antenna. After that build the grenade coils.
Then build the TL494 circuit, the yoke coils circuits, and rectifier circuit, etz...

   The 10 mosfets that you ordered are fine. But, the 2n3055 is not a mosfet but a transistor, instead. So, don't use it, and get the right transistor for the Kacher circuit, also, as in the schematic above.
   Look on youtube for the TopRuslan 7 video.
   Itsu also has many videos on his youtube channel,  itsusable, I believe. Check his last several ones on the Ruslan replications.
 
  The WIMA cap that you linked to is not the right one. Needs to be a 1000 to 2000v WIMA cap of 0.47uf, not a 0.047uf.
   Here's the link to the WIMA cap. http://www.mouser.fi/ProductDetail/WIMA/MKP10-47-2KV-10P37/?qs=sGAEpiMZZMv1cc3ydrPrF0%252bXlSxdKWuaVfIW4sd8sTs%3d

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« Reply #17906 on: August 31, 2017, 06:42:27 PM »
   Itsu:
   The led indicator is a small ferrite coil with the led bulb soldered on top of it, that serves as my field indicator. When it lights I know that there is resonance between the Kacher circuit, and the induction circuits, as seen at the yoke. As I place it next to the yoke.  This indicator has not come on at all since I installed the TL board circuit. This tells me that I'm not really in the best resonant point, regardless of how I adjust the TL's controller pots.
Nor do I hear any static or other types of noises, or ringings, etz... coming from the present resonant circuits, as it now stands.
I may need to go to a lower frequency. One that I can hear, and can detect on my sound analyzer. Something like 5KHz to 7KHz  or so.

   I'll see about getting some better carbon resistors, both for the fet snubber, as well as for the Oleg snubber.
This will take a while. In the mean time, I'll continue on with trying to get the Kacher to do something to the induction circuits.

   I see that Geo's system is very similar to mine, but his seams to work differently, for some reason. I still wonder where he's at.

   Ok, I understand about you not wanting to continue with the Kacher. Maybe there is another way around that, besides the Dally approach.

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« Reply #17907 on: August 31, 2017, 07:01:10 PM »

Nick,

could it not be that now with the solid TL494 circuit your system is much more stable without any oscillations / feedback which had probably
caused your overheating and asymmetric signals and which fired up your field indicator led in the process?
The absence of any static or other types of noises, or ringings, etc. is another indicator that things are more stable now IMO.
I think thats only a good thing.


Itsu

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #17908 on: August 31, 2017, 07:16:08 PM »
   Itsu:
   Ok, we'll see.  I hope that you're right.
   I do like how quiet the device runs now. It doesn't make any sound at all, at least that I  can hear.
   I'll also see how low in frequency it goes down to, as I haven't done the math on that reading yet.

  How's the lumin levels on your induction circuits output at the bulbs?  Same as before, or better?
 
   Where's that Siglent when you really need it. I'll check on it tomorrow, again. I was hoping to see it here, already.

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« Reply #17909 on: August 31, 2017, 07:27:49 PM »
Hi Nick. I also have a Siglent (SDS1102CNL) scope which I have had for about
five years now. It is not a bad scope overall, although mine has a few minor glitches
and bugs. It has served my purposes so far anyway.

A simple way to check for peak resonance in the series loop between the yoke output
and grenade is to use a homemade current transformer like Ruslan was using.
If you have a small ferrite toroid of about 1 or 2 inches diameter or so, that should work
as long as the ferrite toroid works reasonably ok for frequencies down around 20kHz or so.
Just wind 2 or 3 turns of wire on the toroid and pass the wire from the series loop
through the center of the toroid. Connect your scope probe to the 2 or 3 turns winding
you made on the toroid and adjust the PWM frequency for max sinewave peaks on the scope.
The PWM frequency that gives the max peaks from the current transformer will be the
resonant frequency of the series resonant loop. Those max peaks will indicate the current
in the series loop is at maximum, which means series resonance.



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