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Author Topic: Solid State "Synchro Coil".  (Read 33462 times)

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #60 on: August 07, 2014, 10:15:14 PM »

Danial Nunez reports OU of 484%:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=40ZGg2ofoFQ&list=UUo4TZccCL4Y6reMBGJSl0NQ

From TK's recent Youtube comment:

"Using those new measurements which still show a 72 degree phase angle, I still get a COP of 4.5 to 1".

What a coincidence!


This is the kind of recovery circuit we're talking about: D.C. to A.C. inverter, stepped down to LC resonance then Amplified received by the LC output
stepped up and rectified and stored as D.C.

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #61 on: August 08, 2014, 03:56:29 AM »
Synchro1
Quick question - if you're hitting the Hubbard-like coil & core arrangement with AC at coil resonance, do you still have to contend with Lenz' law in the windings on the cores in series?
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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #62 on: August 08, 2014, 04:49:33 PM »
Definitely! The invention would increase impedance and generate heat. Lot's of it!


The working principle behind the bifilar vectored field , is that we're allowed to position the receiver coil at a distance from the primary, that cancels any "Lenz effect" back on the primary, unlike the Hubbard failure, allowing for over unity output.  The primary vectored field can reach the receiver coil with a magnetic field, but the receiver coil can not reach the primary with it's BEMF to cause trouble.


Thane Heins isolates the primary in his bi-toroid transformer, to multply the power in multiple secondaries. 

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #63 on: August 08, 2014, 05:50:21 PM »
Borrowing from the Hubbard design; We can erect four spiral biflar toroid primaries in a box configuration. The four primaries would run off the same inverter signal. Now we have four receivers, and fully four times the output, for parctically the cost of one! The current doesn't do any work, it just recycles through a transformer, recifier back to the storage capacitor.


Coupled with variable receiver output coil frequency, so power can be adjusted by increasing resonace, we have the multiple ouput coils envisioned by Hubbard, along with his loop circuit. The resonant adjustable receiver capacitors, the multple ouput coils, and the loop circuit. This is the finished design!

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #64 on: August 08, 2014, 08:11:42 PM »
Just when I thought I had the finished product, I Imagined a Geodesic type "Rodin Coil" receiver in the center, surrounded by a sphere of "Serial Bifilar Toroids" vectored inward, in series, out of BEMF range, same circuit, but merely one tuning capacitor for the single receiver coil, and one control knob for both A.C. primary frequency and receiver resonance.


This would really look futuristic right? What an impressive looking reactor core that would make for some 'Star Trek" saga!

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #65 on: August 08, 2014, 09:25:04 PM »
Borrowing from the Hubbard design; We can erect four spiral biflar toroid primaries in a box configuration. The four primaries would run off the same inverter signal. Now we have four receivers, and fully four times the output, for parctically the cost of one! The current doesn't do any work, it just recycles through a transformer, recifier back to the storage capacitor.

Coupled with variable receiver output coil frequency, so power can be adjusted by increasing resonace, we have the multiple ouput coils envisioned by Hubbard, along with his loop circuit. The resonant adjustable receiver capacitors, the multple ouput coils, and the loop circuit. This is the finished design!
I'm hoping I'm understanding you correctly:
- 4 series-wound bifilar coils running off the same signal (kind of like what's done with Litz wire in some circuits). 
- output coils to receive signal from 4 initial coils - electrically (not inductively) "coupled"?
- is your loop circuit using a diode to send pulses back to the 4 primaries to create a standing wave? In this case, could you add a pickup coil to collect electricity from the standing wave without disturbing the resonance of the output coils?
- also, if achieving resonance is an issue, a caduceus winding would have multiple points of resonance while preserving the field cancellation effect of the swbf winding (fwiw).
Bob
 

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #66 on: August 09, 2014, 11:35:48 AM »
@Bob,


Just a few sketchy ideas I threw out. I'm living in Costa Rica far from shop in Northern California. It's really time to get some of these things on the test bench. Danial Nunez's overunity Rodin Coil's two channels of series bifilar coils. I lit some bulbs like he did, by running an amplified acoustic sound wave through a plain series bifilar coil, lots of fun! I built a two , two wire a series quadfilar spiral toroid, but I never tested it for OU. I was set it up for it and grew distracted. I did discover that pulsed D.C. on one SB quadfilar coil rectified to A.C. on the other.   


It looks like Nunez may vector A.C. magnet waves through the sister coil, maybe it magnifies the current without Lenz drag from the distance of the
wraps?

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #67 on: August 09, 2014, 02:58:03 PM »
Synchro1,
There's a lot of neat things to be done with a swbifi coil, and sometimes our best creativity takes place with what we have at hand. I haven't paid enough attention to the Rodin coil to really know what's going on.  I did like your quadfilar arrangement on the speaker wire cable. I went out and bought one off the shelf at Radio Shack, and picked up some schottky diodes.  Just have to hook it up.
 
I often wonder if there are simpler ways of achieving some serious game-changing results with salvaged components. For example, I mentioned in an earlier post that I had some four-winding toroids from a computer power supply that could be rigged up in some kind of series winding arrangement.  Similarly, looking at ways to re-wind cast-off DC motors to run and generate electricity...
 
There's stuff around, but it's finding sources, and most importantly time.
Good luck in CR. Pretty country - pura vida!
Bob

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #68 on: August 10, 2014, 05:49:55 PM »

Take a look at this recent Akula coil dissection starting at 1:54: We see a wide diameter air core hybrid (solenoid, toroid) like the one under discussion in this thread! The spiral toroid is wrapped around a solenoid core in similar fashion. This kind of coil can vector a magnet wave to an oscillating receiver that is far enough out of range to prevent any back action on the primary. They show an oscillating LL ferrite receiver at the beginning of the video, but they don't show the coils interfacing. They show coils interfacing in the Tesla generator video that preceds it, grounded to a "Water pipe". 



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRE8FiUDF3s

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #69 on: August 11, 2014, 02:45:35 AM »

I asked Tinselkoala to increase the frequency of his QEG primary, and adjust the self resonant frequency of his adjustable ferrite inductor receiver to check for increased output. Tinselkoala already put on this kind of show, starting at 2:50 in the video; He begins to increase the amplitude of his  square wave through a Tesla series bifilar pancake, and the brightness of his LED's increases with great intensity while the input current drops towards zero!
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvf9Uo7UVx0

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #70 on: August 12, 2014, 08:11:46 PM »

The "EL" (Electro-Luminescent) light wire below demonstrates an increased brightness caused by increased frequency up to 2000 hertz:

"The AC frequency can run from 60Hz to 2000Hz, higher frequency results in a brighter display (but lower overall wire-life)".


                                          "Frequency has nothing to do with, and is completely independent of Amplitude."

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #71 on: August 12, 2014, 08:44:12 PM »
TinselKoala threw me off his QEG thread for misrepresenting his "Works". He could double the speed of his D.C. motor, and any looped back output from a coupled generator, by doubling his frequency from 300 to 600 hertz alone with no increase in input power. I think the drop off point is around 800 hertz for D.C. motors like the 2000 hertz limit for EL's.  He just needs a tuner capacitor wired to his receiver coil, to raise the self resonating frequency to the increased primary hertz, and Voila, double the money!

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #72 on: August 12, 2014, 09:15:13 PM »
TinseKoala modulates his D.C. motor Amplitude by turning his receiver coil inside his QEG primary core and raising and lowering his motor R.P.M. This amounts to "Amplitude Modulation", or "AM". Wiring a tuner capacitor to the receiver coil would allow one to modulate the D.C. motor with Frequency, or "FM". My improvement turns TinselKoala's QEG into a simultaneous "AM"-"FM" broadcast power receiver! You can narrow the power range with the "AM" tuner and refine and maximize the efficiency with the "FM". Together these two wave modulators team into a very sophisticated motor controller.
 

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #73 on: August 12, 2014, 10:22:29 PM »
Imagine a spinning disk magnet in front of TK's QEG primary, generating current in his receiver coil. Now oscillating sine wave frequency is stretched into an increased span of harvestable frequency, because the sine wave is going to spin the disk much faster then it could the D.C. motor. What would happen if we fixed the magnet's position and wrapped the receiver coil around the magnet? How much more power can we gain from increased frequency with the axle removed, just from the sine wave flux oscillation in the PM field? What's the upward limit?


The simplicity of the magnet receiver is that it dispenses with the self oscillating LC receiver, inductor and tuning capacitor, right? The magnet's a natural "Variable Frequency Receiver".

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #74 on: August 13, 2014, 12:05:02 AM »
Here's my latest state of the art "Solid State Synchro Coil" concept: Place small, identical series bifilar spiral input coils at each end of a powerful diametric Neo tube magnet. Wire the spirals in series to one another. These two coils form an LL tank, and the self oscillating frequency is tuned to the A.C. operating frequency and magnetic resonance. A tuning capacitor can help form an adjustable LLC input oscillator.


The output coil needs to be wrapped end to end, the wire looping tight around at the ends, so it's running up and down the magnet. We power the twin spirals on each end with high frequency low amperage oscillating sine wave input, and rectify and store the vortex field output, crossing the longitudinal wraps. A tuner cap can help keep the output in resonance with the circuit.   


This kind of circuit can be three million times overunity in the megahertz range; Therefore, the input amperage needs to be scaled down toward zero to light a one hundred watt bulb without frying the output coil!

 

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