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### Author Topic: Partnered Output Coils - Free Energy  (Read 3475627 times)

#### EMJunkie

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##### Re: Partnered Output Coils - Free Energy
« Reply #3900 on: June 26, 2015, 05:22:23 AM »
Are you arguing against your own posts now?

What is it that you don't understand?  Tinman is shorting the Coil B at a particular point in the generator cycle.

At no time is Coil B electrically paralleled with Coil A, nor is Coil B ever connected in parallel with the output cap.

And yes, this is becoming ridiculous.  Why are you having such a hard time understanding this?

It cannot be stated more clearly...

PW

This is retarded, The Coils A and B are parallel, a Diode and Switch is the only thing from Full Cycle Electrically Paralleling them! How can you possibly argue this?

Youre just a Retard!

Youre a waste of Time! and Effort!

Chris Sykes
hyiq.org

#### picowatt

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##### Re: Partnered Output Coils - Free Energy
« Reply #3901 on: June 26, 2015, 05:23:38 AM »
So, either "Shorting" Coil B, in your Dictionary has a totally different Meaning and you're alluding to something totally Off this world... or you're still in doubt as to what's really going on your self:

Count the Components:

Your "either this or that" statement makes no sense.

I have clearly and repeatedly stated exactly what is going on in Tinman's circuit as per the schematic he presented, his commentary in his videos, and the posts he made further detailing his work.

I really don't understand why you are having difficulties with this.

#### picowatt

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##### Re: Partnered Output Coils - Free Energy
« Reply #3902 on: June 26, 2015, 05:25:32 AM »

This is retarded, The Coils A and B are parallel, a Diode and Switch is the only thing from Full Cycle Electrically Paralleling them! How can you possibly argue this?

Youre just a Retard!

Youre a waste of Time! and Effort!

Chris Sykes
hyiq.org

Seriously, you really just don't get it.  I tried...

Go ahead and mislead yourself.  Must be that "free will" working against you.

(Would it help you understand if I included insults towards you in my posts as you do towards me?  At least you seem to be pretty good at that.)

#### EMJunkie

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##### Re: Partnered Output Coils - Free Energy
« Reply #3903 on: June 26, 2015, 05:27:46 AM »

This is retarded, The Coils A and B are parallel, a Diode and Switch is the only thing from Full Cycle Electrically Paralleling them! How can you possibly argue this?

Youre just a Retard!

Youre a waste of Time! and Effort!

Chris Sykes
hyiq.org

At the end of the day, I can prove you wrong. There is one statement that Tinman has made that proves what I have said to be right!

There is no way possible, other wise, to make this work. You're simply ignorant to the facts! Can not know any better!

Chris Sykes
hyiq.org

#### picowatt

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##### Re: Partnered Output Coils - Free Energy
« Reply #3904 on: June 26, 2015, 05:30:36 AM »
At the end of the day, I can prove you wrong.

No, you can't...

#### EMJunkie

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##### Re: Partnered Output Coils - Free Energy
« Reply #3905 on: June 26, 2015, 05:35:24 AM »
No, you can't...

Do you, have a running device? Can you build one? Can you replicate Tinman's Rotary Transformer like I have?

No, No and no again - You have nothing but your Ignorance!

Chris Sykes
hyiq.org

#### picowatt

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##### Re: Partnered Output Coils - Free Energy
« Reply #3906 on: June 26, 2015, 05:46:28 AM »
Do you, have a running device? Can you build one? Can you replicate Tinman's Rotary Transformer like I have?

No, No and no again - You have nothing but your Ignorance!

Chris Sykes
hyiq.org

I am sure many here will anxiously await your presentation of any data you may have regarding your claimed replication of Tinman's device.

I would have thought that having replicated Tinman's device, drawing that  MOSFET circuit should have been easy for you.

However, you have clearly stated several times recently that you do not do "coil shorting", so I really don't know how you can claim to have replicated Tinman's device.

Hopefully Tinman will be able to post this weekend and maybe then he can clear this up for you.

However, you do seen awfully intent on rewriting Tinman's description of his circuit's operation.  Surely you believe what he has posted about his own circuit.

Tinman is a straight up kind of guy.

PW

#### tinman

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##### Re: Partnered Output Coils - Free Energy
« Reply #3907 on: June 26, 2015, 05:50:56 AM »
Do you, have a running device? Can you build one? Can you replicate Tinman's Rotary Transformer like I have?

Chris Sykes
hyiq.org

This i would like to see.
Post a video EMJ,so as we can have a look.
I was thinking that Woopy was going to be the first to produce a replica.

I have to go back and read the last few pages to catch up on what has happened here.

#### EMJunkie

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##### Re: Partnered Output Coils - Free Energy
« Reply #3908 on: June 26, 2015, 05:52:41 AM »
I am sure many here will anxiously await your presentation of any data you may have regarding your claimed replication of Tinman's device.

I would have thought that having replicated Tinman's device, drawing that  MOSFET circuit should have been easy for you.

However, you have clearly stated several times recently that you do not do "coil shorting", so I really don't know how you can claim to have replicated Tinman's device.

Hopefully Tinman will be able to post this weekend and maybe then he can clear this up for you.

However, you do seen awfully intent on rewriting Tinman's description of his circuit's operation.  Surely you believe what he has posted about his own circuit.

Tinman is a straight up kind of guy.

PW

Again, PW, How could I possibly know what I said ahead of time?

For you and your type I shall never demonstrate a device.

Hahaha, PW you're just Funny! You know everything! But have nothing!

Have Fun Old Man, times are about to get really tough! I know whare I would prefer to be!

Chris Sykes
hyiq.org

#### picowatt

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##### Re: Partnered Output Coils - Free Energy
« Reply #3909 on: June 26, 2015, 05:54:10 AM »
This i would like to see.
Post a video EMJ,so as we can have a look.
I was thinking that Woopy was going to be the first to produce a replica.

I have to go back and read the last few pages to catch up on what has happened here.

Tinman,

Hope you are well and keeping warm!

Good luck!!!

PW

#### tinman

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##### Re: Partnered Output Coils - Free Energy
« Reply #3910 on: June 26, 2015, 05:57:13 AM »
Tinman's FET is connecting the "Bucking Coils, not causing a "dead short" like in the "Piggyback Coil" in the video. Maybe Tinman has a Reed Switch hidden in his Rotary Transformer?

OK,im going to go through each post,and reply to them.

Yes.coil B is shorted via the FET.
No i dont have any reed switches in the system.

#### EMJunkie

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« Reply #3911 on: June 26, 2015, 06:06:54 AM »

Yes.coil B is shorted via the FET.

@Tinman:

Shorted to What exactly? Shorted back on itself? Because the Built in Diode will do this Half Cycle on the Fett anyway! Effectively the Fett will nearly always be on once the Threshold Voltage is reached.

Chris Sykes
hyiq.org

#### tinman

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« Reply #3912 on: June 26, 2015, 06:12:42 AM »

Chris Sykes
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Seems Tinman is a Pawn, currently being manipulated by a few well known Dis-Informationalists here in this forum! The truth is out there!

I am no one's pawn,nor has anyone on this forum tried to manipulate me in any way.

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For anyone to deny that Tinman has incorporated "Partnered Output Coils" in his AC Motor is undeniable and only denied by Liar's. I have very clearly shown his Coil Configuration for many years! He has also admitted to "Requiring" the very same Characteristics in his shown configuration:

I am using a bucking field effect between the rotor and coil B,not between coil B and coil A-->unless you take into account the inductive coupling between coils A and B via the steel laminated stator housing.

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Like I had said before Tinman even admitted, not all AC Motors will work off the shelf! Some modifications will be required. I have said this for a long time!

You mean universal motor's,that can be either AC or DC. It is true not all will work off the shelf,as some are wound to suit a certain configuration of operation.

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There is only ONE WAY that Partnered Output Coils can work when they are Paralleled Up as Tinman has shown! If you find the answer to what I have said, the proof will be in the pudding! I have shown that Points A and B prove this!

Coils A and B are not partnered coil's. Each has it's own function.
Coil B's current can flow into the cap along with coil A's current for a brief period of time,but coil A's current cannot flow into coil B at any point.

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Right now, as the Dollar signs are fluttering in the Eyes of some, you the people need to start getting off your butt's and start Learning, Building and Sharing!

And we will make sure those elusive dollars dont flow into the hands of the likes of teslatronix.

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One statement says it all: Remove the Tinman and its Partnered Output Coils!!!

No it's not. It's bucking magnetic fields,which can be produced by your partnered coils,or via shorting a coil as i do.I have no partnered coils in my setup.

#### tinman

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##### Re: Partnered Output Coils - Free Energy
« Reply #3913 on: June 26, 2015, 06:15:14 AM »
@Tinman:

Chris Sykes
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Shorted to What exactly? Shorted back on itself? Because the Built in Diode will do this Half Cycle on the Fett anyway!

No it wont,if the current flow in the coil is opposite to what it needs to be,due to a magnetic field that is opposite to that of the rotors field.

#### EMJunkie

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« Reply #3914 on: June 26, 2015, 06:15:42 AM »
I am no one's pawn,nor has anyone on this forum tried to manipulate me in any way.

I am using a bucking field effect between the rotor and coil B,not between coil B and coil A-->unless you take into account the inductive coupling between coils A and B via the steel laminated stator housing.

You mean universal motor's,that can be either AC or DC. It is true not all will work off the shelf,as some are wound to suit a certain configuration of operation.

Coils A and B are not partnered coil's. Each has it's own function.
Coil B's current can flow into the cap along with coil A's current for a brief period of time,but coil A's current cannot flow into coil B at any point.

And we will make sure those elusive dollars dont flow into the hands of the likes of teslatronix.

No it's not. It's bucking magnetic fields,which can be produced by your partnered coils,or via shorting a coil as i do.I have no partnered coils in my setup.

Ok, this last bit makes more sense now.

Chris Sykes
hyiq.org