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Solid States Devices => Kapanadze devices and replications => Topic started by: andrea76 on February 26, 2014, 09:42:06 AM

Title: tariel kapanadze
Post by: andrea76 on February 26, 2014, 09:42:06 AM
the secret of TK device seem to be the correct time switching of the primary tesla the video below at min 3:23 we can see the driver circuit .can someone get the circuit? this may be a good start.. ;) (
Title: Re: tariel kapanadze
Post by: Jo-EL on December 29, 2016, 01:55:17 AM

You are still working on this device from Tariel Kapanadze ?

Its looks like a ZVS-circuit ! in min3:23.
Title: Re: tariel kapanadze
Post by: Belfior on August 17, 2017, 02:54:18 PM
Maybe this is a thread where I can talk about Tariel.

Tariel went a long way to convince the Turkish guys, that his device works. They tested it on their turf and with their setup.

So either it works, or some of the boxes have nuclear reactors in them.

Wesley has seen the device. I have no reason to believe, that he is lying.

Tariel had no scope, so the principle is replicable with a fluke meter.

If you remove the self-looping I see 3 parts in the device plus the load. Some related circuits use a yoke. I think the yoke is just a different manifestation of the same principle. My opinion on the constant tuning they had to do is that when you try to take Nature out of the picture, your device won't "auto tune" anymore. So when you replace the spark gap with something fancy, you need to get it perfect.
Title: Re: tariel kapanadze
Post by: AlienGrey on August 18, 2017, 12:08:57 AM
Hi, i hope I'm not interrupting, I'm not so sure he had no scope on a few of the videos you see a lot of his son helping him in the one video in the garage the one with the red electric kettle he licks the earth cable. Also one of our Russian friends was saying his son does most of the electronic and builds most of the circuit boards I'm pretty sure he uses a different kind of enhancement of the harmonic resonances most probably using LC circuits.
does any one have any other thoughts on this subject?