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Title: CFL...LED...New "Finally" Induction Luminary Bulbs
Post by: mscoffman on July 21, 2014, 06:37:14 PM
We overunity people are supposed to know about light bulbs as we are used to seeing them historically
as dummy loads in overunity generators.  So, I was surprised to learn about a new company that is
making available for sale a new type of light-bulb device, and they are shipping right now.

Enter:    Eddy Current Induction Luminaries by the company Finally Inc.

These new bulbs make use of an induction electronics mounted in there base to induce eddy currents into a copper
wire filament. So they are based just like CFL's, but the circuit that is in the base is very different from CFL bulbs.
We have current experience with electronic induction iron cook-pots. Again the principle here is the same but
different frequencies are required to excite eddy currents in the non-ferrous copper metal. These currents
heat the filament then cause it to illuminate at greater temperatures.
 
The goal is the soft white illumination of incandescent bulbs with unusually low current draw of
LED bulbs and the same size and shape as incandescent one.  14.5Watt input power for 60Watts
equivalent of Acandescent illumination output is really very low.

Web Link to company;     http://finallybulbs.com/spec-sheet-60we/

Not mentioned there is the bulbs comparative temperature at the surface of its globe.  It will be interesting
to see what the PF power factor studies show concerning this bulb's functioning and if it interacts virtual
network power at all.

Here is Overunity Link to Induction cook-pot thread;
 
http://www.overunity.com/13228/1850-watts-free-energy-power-new-gegene-circuit-by-jl-naudin-shows-cop-2-8/msg410610/#new


:S:MarkSCoffman
Title: Re: CFL...LED...New "Finally" Induction Luminary Bulbs
Post by: wings on July 21, 2014, 07:10:02 PM
We overunity people are supposed to know about light bulbs as we are used to seeing them historically
as dummy loads in overunity generators.  So, I was surprised to learn about a new company that is
making available for sale a new type of light-bulb device, and they are shipping right now.

Enter:    Eddy Current Induction Luminaries by the company Finally Inc.

These new bulbs make use of an induction electronics mounted in there base to induce eddy currents into a copper
wire filament. So they are based just like CFL's, but the circuit that is in the base is very different from CFL bulbs.
We have current experience with electronic induction iron cook-pots. Again the principle here is the same but
different frequencies are required to excite eddy currents in the non-ferrous copper metal. These currents
heat the filament then cause it to illuminate at greater temperatures.
 
The goal is the soft white illumination of incandescent bulbs with unusually low current draw of
LED bulbs and the same size and shape as incandescent one.  14.5Watt input power for 60Watts
equivalent of Acandescent illumination output is really very low.

Web Link to company;     http://finallybulbs.com/spec-sheet-60we/

Not mentioned there is the bulbs comparative temperature at the surface of its globe.  It will be interesting
to see what the PF power factor studies show concerning this bulb's functioning and if it interacts virtual
network power at all.

Here is Overunity Link to Induction cook-pot thread;
 
http://www.overunity.com/13228/1850-watts-free-energy-power-new-gegene-circuit-by-jl-naudin-shows-cop-2-8/msg410610/#new


:S:MarkSCoffman

interesting .... but contains mercury