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Author Topic: LCAP Free Energy  (Read 17994 times)

Offline John.K1

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Re: LCAP Free Energy
« Reply #30 on: February 28, 2015, 08:03:20 PM »
Just messing with some Brovin,Jt or what ever you name it. My set-up on the picture below. Funny thing is I have to use two independent grounds to get it oscillate. My battery is old recharchable battery, 1.25V in.
 The scope across the electrolytic cap  shows 3.3Vrms with some 120mVpp noise. It nicely charge the cap up to 32V if not shorted with the diode . My question is: why two independent grounds needed here?
Cheers

Edit1: there is posibility to use one ground with the diode to the other ground terminal- in this case I am getting on my scope still the same DC line with many negative peaks.

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Re: LCAP Free Energy
« Reply #30 on: February 28, 2015, 08:03:20 PM »

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The replication is finally here!
« Reply #31 on: May 15, 2015, 06:48:07 PM »
Its Finally Here!!: http://youtu.be/P2njR2v87TA
The coil in the video is the same one used by Lidmotor to build penny. You can get them at most dollar stores.
The replication actually seems to work better then the original in that it charges the secondary battery much faster!

Offline Pirate88179

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Re: The replication is finally here!
« Reply #32 on: May 16, 2015, 07:11:27 AM »
Its Finally Here!!: http://youtu.be/P2njR2v87TA
The coil in the video is the same one used by Lidmotor to build penny. You can get them at most dollar stores.
The replication actually seems to work better then the original in that it charges the secondary battery much faster!

Yes, but please notice that Lidmotor (Rusty) does not claim overunity nor even close to 100% efficiency.  He knows his way around these types of circuits.  Nothing wrong with testing them...I do it...a lot of folks do it...just please be careful with making claims about performance that can not be backed up.  Can you light 400 leds from a "dead" AA battery?  I did a few years ago (see my videos) and it is not overunity.

I apologize if I sound harsh.  It is just that guys here on this site have been experimenting with Joule Thief circuits for years and have done some amazing things with them...none of them overunity nor even close to 100% efficiency.  I think that 85% is about the best so far.

Someone here can correct me on this if I am wrong.

Bill

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Re: The replication is finally here!
« Reply #32 on: May 16, 2015, 07:11:27 AM »
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Offline TheGeneralHackr

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Re: LCAP Free Energy
« Reply #33 on: July 26, 2015, 03:16:33 AM »
I HAVE SOME UPDATES
The lcap has now been replicated with the exact coil and some improvements have been made to the overall circuit, now it will be much easier to self start.
Some changes with version 2
Instead of using a electrolitic cap I am now using a 0.47 uf tantilium cap instead, connected to that in parallel is a 105Mohm pot.
On the load side of the transistor there is a bridge rectifier leading back into the primary 1.5v battery.
The transistor has been changed from a 2N2222A to a MPS2222A.
Here is the new schematic. I hope it is now easier to replicate!
(If you cannot find a coil that works try the twist tie coil from dollar stores they work quiet nice)
I will be posting a follow up video shortly on advances in the circuit

Offline MarkE

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Re: LCAP Free Energy
« Reply #34 on: July 26, 2015, 03:21:10 AM »
I HAVE SOME UPDATES
The lcap has now been replicated with the exact coil and some improvements have been made to the overall circuit, now it will be much easier to self start.
Some changes with version 2
Instead of using a electrolitic cap I am now using a 0.47 uf tantilium cap instead, connected to that in parallel is a 105Mohm pot.
On the load side of the transistor there is a bridge rectifier leading back into the primary 1.5v battery.
The transistor has been changed from a 2N2222A to a MPS2222A.
Here is the new schematic. I hope it is now easier to replicate!
(If you cannot find a coil that works try the twist tie coil from dollar stores they work quiet nice)
I will be posting a follow up video shortly on advances in the circuit
This circuit is pretty inefficient because of the diode drops in the full wave bridge.

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Re: LCAP Free Energy
« Reply #34 on: July 26, 2015, 03:21:10 AM »
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Offline TheGeneralHackr

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LCAP V2 SCOPE SHOTS
« Reply #35 on: September 22, 2015, 03:33:53 AM »
These scope shots should lead into more research into the effect of the lcap. I have recently discovered that this circuit may have be drawing from a outside source. It seems to be drawing energy from the air when the circuit is independent from a ground. My reason to belief this is that I have a replica which I HAVE connected to the ground has a much greater effect if charging the battery's by more than 5 fold! So if the effect is magnified when connected to earth it only makes sense that the circuit must be drawing from the air (radio waves, light waves, sound waves, microwaves...etc)
If anyone at all can replicate this circuit and confirm my suspicions please do so!
Any more insight into what it could be drawing from (if it is drawing from anything at all) would be appreciated.
IF ANYONE IS HAVING TROUBLE REPLICATING I HAVE ALL THE PARTS TO MAKE AT LEAST 5 MORE REPLICATIONS AND I CAN SEND THEM TO YOU! JUST CONTACT ME!

 

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