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Author Topic: Tesla Radiant Energy circuit.  (Read 5452 times)

Offline TommeyLReed

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Tesla Radiant Energy circuit.
« on: August 14, 2014, 02:02:22 AM »
Hi All,

 This is a experiment I have been working on pulling radiant energy from the area.  I get more energy within the house then outside.

This could be picking up power line leakage, I will have to do more testing.

I am only collecting a few miliamps  at around 3v with Ac and dc voltage.


Enjoy the video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhgclBJA8kg

Tom

Offline topothemtn

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Re: Tesla Radiant Energy circuit.
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2014, 06:03:36 AM »
Do you happen to have a schematic for that circuit. Would really like to replicate it.

Thanks.


topothemtn

Offline TinselKoala

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Re: Tesla Radiant Energy circuit.
« Reply #2 on: August 15, 2014, 02:44:29 PM »
Do you happen to have a schematic for that circuit. Would really like to replicate it.

Thanks.


topothemtn
Try this. Here is what I think I see in the video.

A parallel LC tank with L and C chosen to resonate at the powerline frequency in your locale. The heavy inductor in the video is the L in his tank and accounts for the low resonant frequency. Then connect the AC side of the fullwave bridge across the capacitor of the tank. The DC side of the FWB supplies a Joule Thief (the toroid, the transistor, etc) to provide voltage sufficient to light up the LEDs.

So, I think it's a hybrid JT/electrosmog harvester tuned to the powerline frequency. Nice work! And clearly illustrating that there is indeed usable energy all around us. Especially when we are enclosed in a grid-connected wire cage like a modern home!

Here is my hybrid JT/electrosmog receiver. But mine is tuned to a much higher frequency ( 800 kHz or so) and so does not have the big inductor.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQi4jz2puio

(Has it really been only three months since I made that? It seems much longer.)