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Title: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: enSync on December 08, 2012, 03:32:42 AM
I have developed a device that converts Electrostatics Energy into Continuous Actual Power.
It is for now low power and could be made into much higher power.
At this stage all it is good for is a demonstration that it can be done.
The output is enough to power/charge an electronics device.
It would require much attention in advanced research.
It 'exhibits' over unity absolutely with a simulated input (Electrostatic).
I cannot connect the input to the output yet...it could be in time
with further development and research. It is possible to make it a true
over unity device. But not by me as I have no advanced lab or money for
continued development/R&D.

My problem now is to patent it.
And its a big problem because a discovery like this
would be infringed upon by other countries, let alone the USA.
So here I am with a cool device and no money to pursue a course of action.
The DOE says it will not validate it because it would be a conflict of interest
with the Government.

Peace,
enSync

Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: gauschor on December 09, 2012, 09:52:23 AM
What are the options? You said it yourself, it will not validate due to government interests. Your choice is either to keep the secret or give the secret all mankind. How about a small video demonstrating your device?
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: enSync on December 09, 2012, 04:01:57 PM
I think all people that invent something like this will have this problem
that are without money, etc.

I have to increase the power output a little more as the device that could
now be powered is only ultra low powered silicon based micro-chips,
some not even out in the market yet.
I think I can increase it enough to power a mini-fan or 10ma LED at 1/2 power.
Once I do that soon I may buy a video cam and at least show it can be done.
Since it is not true over unity it has little use except like I say a demonstration.
Makes a Great Toy! :o

enSync

'I am at the door that is unlocked and never opened'
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: conradelektro on December 09, 2012, 08:45:13 PM
A very sad story, I can nor stop weeping.

Consider this: Making money will be a simple task in comparison to making your device OU.

So, you make money and then you do whatever you like.

Chances are, once you have money you will not need OU any more and most importantly you will be able to stop whining.

It has be proven beyond doubt, that whining impedes OU.

Greetings, Conrad
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: mscoffman on December 09, 2012, 09:23:29 PM
You should go ahead and show the device, at least to yourself,
in a self-powered loop. There are already ways of converting
large amount electrostatic electric energy into standard electrical
current. For example use the electrostatic energy to light a CFL
tube in the presence of a solar cell battery. The real question is;
 
Is static electricity, the technical term is; triboelectric energy,
generated via an overunity process?
 
The self powering loop would answer that question for you. My feeling
is that it is: It is a macroscopic evidentiary form of the beta nuclear
force in operation.
 
The fundamental though question is; What are the negative ramifications
of utilizing an environmental degrading operation especially if thousands
of consumers try to use it simultaneously at very nearly the same location?
I think you will find generating energy through using electrostatic energy
has such negative ramifications.   
 
:S:MarkSCoffman
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: enSync on December 10, 2012, 05:14:45 AM
@Conrad

I am not that serious about this project.
I looked into what would happen if I did get serious.
That is why my 'whine'
I have other projects that have more priority.
True OU is farthest from my mind.
This is only a research project that can only go so far for me
and would not likely become a product in the near future.
I just mean that it could go much further if it were pursued
in advanced research maybe.
All my money I spend is all for fun only and I never will get obsessed
with all of it.

enSync
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: stprue on December 10, 2012, 01:46:39 PM
If you want it to be researched further then give us a crt diagram, video...instructions and we will all replicate and advance the technology if it is real, that is.
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: enSync on December 14, 2012, 08:01:35 PM
Here are two photos of the Horizontal ES Generator
(Van de Graaff) type. I built the entire for experimentation.
It has an Electronic static sensor that is fairly sensitive.
2" wide x 17" long latex belt.
Aluminum and PVC rollers, 1" diameter.
Adjustable Horizontal and Vertical DC Motor Mount
for mounting different motors.
Adjustable Horizontal/Vertical Brass Brush Mounts
with the Negative collector having a brass belt collector
to increase current. The output is around 4ua at several KV.
I made it small on purpose in order to constrain my experiments.
It will make a 3/4" spark @ about every 10 seconds.
A continuous spark of 1/8" ~ long, which is what I mostly use it for.
Thought I would post this while I make the new prototype power converter.

enSync
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: gauschor on December 14, 2012, 09:28:37 PM
From what I see here you need a lot of power to create electrostatic high voltage for the Van de Graaff generator (I guess the 9 Volt battery seen on the photo). And you say you can only power a small LED to about half the brightness.

I made the same observation, when I tried to "transform" the electrostatic voltage down e.g. with air coil transformers (powered by discharge impulses of lightning). I could light a weak LED to about 1/3 of its brightness, however this energy is too weak to power even the weakest toy motor available in market :( Absolutely not efficient, to be honest. In its default state, electrostatic HV is the boss of "Underunity".

But don't let yourself be disturbed by this, as electrostatics offer much to learn and there are many variables to play with. Besides we all know: the Testatika worked with electrostatics, so there obviously is a way to gain real power from it.
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: enSync on December 14, 2012, 10:47:17 PM
From what I see here you need a lot of power to create electrostatic high voltage for the Van de Graaff generator (I guess the 9 Volt battery seen on the photo). And you say you can only power a small LED to about half the brightness.

No I use a standard power supply for the generator.
At highest motor speed it is 15Vdc @ ~120Ma
The 9v batt is for the electrostatic sensor.
The led being lit was not reproducible when I did it.
Not sure why it lit to begin with because at that time
too many variables were involved. Was a strange event.

I made the same observation, when I tried to "transform" the electrostatic voltage down e.g. with air coil transformers (powered by discharge impulses of lightning). I could light a weak LED to about 1/3 of its brightness, however this energy is too weak to power even the weakest toy motor available in market :( Absolutely not efficient, to be honest. In its default state, electrostatic HV is the boss of "Underunity".

Your experiment sounds very interesting.
It has been discovered that the Old TV tubes could store lightning power.
Also one can put them is series or parallel possibly.
 
I do not believe that it is the 'boss of under unity'
You yourself said the Testatika has maybe proven that.
Also the new Asymmetrical Electrostatic Generator produces AC power.
I believe we will find that Electrostatics has much more to offer
than ever believed possible. I hope that this will encourage more people
to research a very elusive science that is not that well understood.
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: gauschor on December 15, 2012, 11:30:55 AM
It has been discovered that the Old TV tubes could store lightning power.
Also one can put them is series or parallel possibly.

Yeah, I stumbled on TV tubes lately while looking for any usage of HV in the internet. Maybe some kind of TV tube setup is the key to the source of power. Definitely need to research a bit, as the working principle or replication of such tubes is out of my knowledge currently.
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: dreamyear on December 15, 2012, 04:38:22 PM
please  patent  the device..............Shove all the money in your ass    and go to hell 
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: enSync on July 15, 2016, 04:53:13 PM
Hello Everyone,
I am preparing to post the schematic and parts for my device.
Waiting for Stefan to reply before I do.

This is to me the #one answer to our world problems of Energy Sustainability.
One thing: The Equation speaks for itself.
So take the equation for it it the only proof I need.

Maure D. Vaughn
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: enSync on July 15, 2016, 07:42:55 PM
Here is the schematic and build of my Electrostatic Converter
which converts ES Energy into DC Power.
Unknown actual current output due to equipment measuring or load.
However, I can charge a Polyacene Battery (New 3.3 Vdc uncharged)
if I remember without looking at my lab book it was more than 1 volt @ unknown current.
Took 8 hours to charge it up and I never fully charged it as it would take weeks with this proto.
Hard to measure the actual current since I maybe would get a false result while
battery is charging.

Also I now have discovered how to actually balance both the lamp and ambient cells
to the proper LUX output to Ambient LUX Cell Input.
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: markdansie on July 16, 2016, 01:59:45 PM
Here is the schematic and build of my Electrostatic Converter
which converts ES Energy into DC Power.
Unknown actual current output due to equipment measuring or load.
However, I can charge a Polyacene Battery (New 3.3 Vdc uncharged)
if I remember without looking at my lab book it was more than 1 volt @ unknown current.
Took 8 hours to charge it up and I never fully charged it as it would take weeks with this proto.
Hard to measure the actual current since I maybe would get a false result while
battery is charging.

Also I now have discovered how to actually balance both the lamp and ambient cells
to the proper LUX output to Ambient LUX Cell Input.
Great project

Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: enSync on July 16, 2016, 07:39:13 PM
Thanks
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: pomodoro on July 17, 2016, 01:59:16 PM
Hello, thanks for sharing.Have you measured the circuits efficiency yet?
There was also a circuit disclosed in an article by Eugene Mallove, possibly the 'super tube' one, where only capacitors and diodes are used. Many (n) series caps charged to high volts can be accessed as one bigger cap with a fraction of the volts (1/n) but with n times the current.  :'(
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: Paul-R on July 17, 2016, 04:22:58 PM
There's a lot of power going in for whatever may come out. You should check out the Hyde generator, PN 4897592 which is trying to cover similar ground.
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: enSync on August 03, 2016, 02:12:08 AM
Here is my conception of what a fully developed converter could do..
It is not too far in the future unless other technology surpasses
Low power in > High power out >.
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: enSync on August 05, 2016, 04:26:31 PM
Here is some design thoughts about development
at smaller levels. I can imagine HV @ 7-60 Ua input with
an output of DC Volts/Ma with one device.
Even much more if we could find the right materials for HV emissions.
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: enSync on October 07, 2016, 01:58:22 AM
I decided to answer your question even though
at first the actual Efficiency was not needed because of its infancy.
However, after careful consideration here is one major
result form my data collection using my USB scope connected to my
Electrostatic Sensor (Vdc).
The observation of the continuous electrostatic energy being created by
my generator:

1. With Earth Ground;
The entire signal was stable.
The Vdc output swings 100-400 mV+ @ 1 Vdc
More like 800 to 1500 swing on my first experiments sometimes
as the humidity was there perhaps.
It got much better though.

2. Without Earth Ground
To my surprise the Vdc stability was hardly worth mentioning
because my Multimeter hardly changed.
The scope showed the signal as going up and down as the generator charged
Then the LUX output for both did not change? and was stable enough
to charge the battery (In short form) either way.

To actually measure the exact difference would require a precision light meter
within the black box.

Then the difference with or without Earth Ground thus far makes very little difference.
(Was repeated many times)

My opinion is that this is a welcome to the overall design.
Of course an Earth Ground must be pretty much required
for any design that is not in the category of 'Emergency Power'.

Note: For any that try this: Lightening Kills even with a Lightening Rod.
So always use a heavy ground on this device or experiment if possible.
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Hello, thanks for sharing.Have you measured the circuits efficiency yet?
There was also a circuit disclosed in an article by Eugene Mallove, possibly the 'super tube' one, where only capacitors and diodes are used. Many (n) series caps charged to high volts can be accessed as one bigger cap with a fraction of the volts (1/n) but with n times the current.  :'(
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: enSync on October 09, 2016, 06:18:53 PM
Added this theory about 'Electrostatic Magnetic SpintronicsĀ©'.
Mostly for those that are into Magnetic Motors, Induction,
Vibration and Resonance either Nano or bigger.
I come up with crazy stuff I don't care about that becomes useful eventually.
My Electrostatic Power Converter device becomes more useful in this case.
So maybe my EPC can give your machine/device the needed power for real 'Work' output.

Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: enSync on January 19, 2019, 08:11:28 PM
My update to this Post
I cannot believe he (Owner) will not delete my posts and close my account.
The only benefit to him is page counts/visits for money.
Also the page counts on my post here was 18,500 now at 15,000??
I myself get Zero out all this. Seems to me the owner of this site only cares
about himself. Likes to play ghost me also.
Well like you try and TRANSPOSE energy sometime and see how you like the results.
I am the only one in the world that has every Transposed one Energy into another with full power with electricity.
Too bad you are like that as I have another discovery which I have decided to never show and tell.
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: The Architect on February 22, 2019, 05:24:09 AM
is this what the site was always like, or did it change while I was gone. "only I am the one who has done this thing, I am the chosen one!!" really? man, what the hell,

you want to convert static to usable flow of power? look into an electroscope, but consider discharging it when the flaps rise by letting it touch a ground plate, then recharge again, rising then discharge when touching,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2EYlHHXMWSI

Connect the output to a coil before running it then to ground, and you get DC pulses of electricity through a primary coil of a transformer, make a second primary in the opposite direction also between the ground and the first primary, with a capacitor for storage till it reaches peak, and discharges using the same system (ie a second electroscope, so when it fully charges it will connect and discharge, through that second primary charge, running a reverse DC pulse, and your secondary coil will have a full AC wave pulse from the two DC pulses in series, so collecting say stray electrons from the atmosphere say, you can then run that pulse down to a usable AC current continuously. This was designed and tinkered with nearly 7 years ago, at this point and released somewhat 5 years ago, about the time the one hour temporal reserve note featuring N. Tesla (instead of a dead president.) and lots of other people are coming up with solutions, So no one should keep thinking they are some how a messiah, if that is what is going on here.

on the other hand, if this is not what is going on, and I am misreading this, then feel free to disregard it.
Title: Re: HV Electrostatic Convert to Power
Post by: telecom on February 23, 2019, 12:39:28 AM
Don't you need energy to charge the electroscope?