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Author Topic: Free energy device Romania  (Read 24525 times)

Offline SchubertReijiMaigo

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Re: Free energy device Romania
« Reply #30 on: January 27, 2014, 12:23:33 PM »
Buy a Chinese made DSO 2090 PC digital scope for 100 to 150 $ on Ebay. (Relatively cheap and I'm happy with it).
1) Use channel A in for voltage across input.
2) Use channel B for voltage across shunt in serie (to measure current) calculate I by Ohms law (I=U/R): measure R with an
    Ohmsmeter before.
3) Use Math function, multiply A*B you get a curve C who is real power non Bullshit power factor.
4) Then to know how much energy is consumed do an integral over a period of time.
5) Use trapezoidal rule (easy: just add the area of trapeze) or Simpson method (difficult need higher math because second order calculus. (Look at Wikipedia)).
6) Or just look at the area under that C curve it's usually enough.
7) Above zero line = positive power (consumption), under zero line = negative power (recharging battery or production)
    If Positive = Negative, it will be equal to 0 then you may have some reactive power inside it (like a coil under AC)
8 ) Goto 1 but with the oscilloscope at the output.
9) Compare P-Out/P-In ratio.
10) If > 1 then you got OU.
11) Before all that learn how to use a scope.
12)  End.
13) Hope you got OU and good research !

Offline oscar

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Re: Free energy device Romania
« Reply #31 on: January 28, 2014, 02:23:42 PM »
Hello Adrian,

thanks for presenting the device you made. As others have said, it would be interesting to clearly see all the components of the circuit and also provide a clear description of how the main coil (transformer) is wound.

It would be great if you could take photos of all the individual components when you build the second one.

In order to establish whether the device actually charges the battery while running the device, I want to present two ideas:
1. Use a bigger battery (for cars or trucks). If you run the device from such a battery, it is easier to determine whether the battery is actually recharged.
(Test battery-voltage under a normal load before and after running the device).

2. Connect a small load (low watt car lightbulb) to the battery while running the device. Connect that load to the battery in parallel to the device.
If the voltage of the battery still rises, while powering that other load....
... well, that would be great.

Thanks again.

Offline xhacks

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Re: Free energy device Romania
« Reply #32 on: January 28, 2014, 04:24:15 PM »
Thank you oscar.
I will make another video, with your idea.Till now I haven't started to build another device because I don't have enough modey to buy all the components again. I found a program to make money but I have to let my computer always on.
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Thank you all

Offline zcsaba77

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Re: Free energy device Romania
« Reply #33 on: January 28, 2014, 10:47:08 PM »

did someone replicate this one from forum?

regards zcsaba77