I get you have a job to do, a bad guy, working for the cabal, you have to mislead people as part of your job definition.

But, the truth is, it is documented.

This video series has at least one person do the required measurements: https://youtu.be/zfVomjwqHx8?t=433

Qualifications of the gentleman I do not know, but his math is solid.

Your effort to mislead people is so visible its almost sickening what you're doing!

You have to be kidding me

Let's annalise your !!!SOLID MATH !!! done in the video

This is one of your top EE guys you were talking about?--that carried out the power measurements of the Don Smith device ?

This is some sort of joke--right

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First sniff of bullshit--

Grid voltage in the U.S is 120 VAC

They claim 1000 watts of light bulbs are being lit.

That's 10 x 100 watt light bulbs,which consume 100 watts at a voltage of 120 VAC.

Now,they do have 10 x 100 watt light bulbs--but at what voltage are they being driven at ?.

At 5:10 in the video,your !switched on--top of the wozza-EE guy! measures the voltage across the bulbs,and guess what?-->he gets 64-65 VAC

\ . @ 6:45,he says the voltage is dropping-->this is your EE guy,who's math is solid

So,now the actual load has dropped from the claimed 1000 watt's,to near half-->500 watts.

Oh,and his device just so happens to put out a steady 60Hz frequency

--much like an inverter lol.

@ 7:20,he then go's on to claim that driving this load with a 12 volt battery would mean the battery would have to deliver about 83 amps of current

500 watts / 12v =41.66 amps

Then your EE guy (the one that carried out the sound math),described the battery as being about 6 inches long x 4 inches high x 3 inches thick. He then states that a battery this size could not deliver the required power to run that load for the 3 minutes they ran it (yep,a big 3 minute run for an OU device--while the battery voltage was dropping

)

Now,that size battery he described is about the very size of an 8amp hour AGM battery.

These AGM batteries will deliver 50 amps,just not recommended--but they will do it.

But can it deliver 500 watts for 3 minutes ?

Well lets change that to hours.

so 500 watts / by 20 (as 20 x 3 minutes= an hour),gives us 25 watts for an hour.

So 25 watts divided by 12 volts(even though a good battery will be at 13 volts)=2.08 amps

So the battery has to have an amp hour capacity of 2.08 amp hours to deliver 500 watts for 3 minutes--and we have an 8 amp hour battery

Double check

500 watts /12v=41.66 amps

41.66 amps divided by 20 =2.08 amp hours

A 3 amp hour AGM battery is smaller than a 300ml can of coke lol.

Now,lets look at what you said-->your claim

Quote:

Don had many demonstrations that could not be faulted at the time by electrical engineers.And you give us this video as proof

And then this

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What definitive proof do you have to refute the work of years of tests done by electrical engineers that could not fault Don Smiths machines?LMAO-->the video you just gave us lol.

You really are Chris's friend

That video shows how you and Chris achieve OU

Your top EE guys measure things just as your top EE guy carried out his sound math in the video LMAO

Well,there go's any credibility you never had lol.

Brad