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Author Topic: Free energy in multisim  (Read 6579 times)

Offline deggoryk

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Free energy in multisim
« on: July 30, 2015, 11:36:25 PM »
hi i need a help

i have been playing with different circuit in multisim
i have made a circuit and it works or does it ?

Am i getting excess power here ????

all the bulbs is rated 250 watts ,total of 15 lights =3750 watts.
the capacitor is pulsed for second and it will last for 29 min after the power supply is removed.

Offline deggoryk

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Re: Free energy in multisim
« Reply #1 on: July 31, 2015, 12:27:11 AM »

circuit based on this post
Good news from Russia folks !!  :D

NEW OU confirmed by Rik - 300 W output with near 0A input current. All trick is in bucking coil configuration on old TV ferrite joke core. Device need very precise timing and fine tunning. Tunning is very difficult. Don't try without good oscillograph and signal generator. To catach effect power supply must be minimum 30Vdc. Mosfet VDS=min 600V/20A. Coil: 16 sections - each 35 windings - 0.2 mm - magnet wire. How to wind look at picture.

Very bad news was: Forum trolls have done their dity job and Rik has escaped - forever.  >:(
On all forums same dirty story. No more comments.

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