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Author Topic: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)  (Read 29732 times)

Offline Reiyuki

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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
« Reply #60 on: December 19, 2016, 06:39:30 PM »
itsu+generalhackr

Bedini often spoke a lot about battery chemistry.  When you're experimenting, it might be a good idea to keep a log of all the batteries you are using; some may work a lot better than others.
 - Battery chemistry (Alkaline, Lead Acid, Lithium Iron Phosphate, Nickel Iron, Zinc Air).    (for reference, I've only seen Bedini use Lead Acid and LiFePO4's)
 - # of cells  (probably doesn't matter but it could affect frequency)
 - Battery size (D, C, AA, AAA)    (might also affect frequency?)
 - Battery age and sulfation?     (sulfate crystals coating the plates could have an impact?)

Even if you don't get a self-runner right away, you can keep the circuit the same and try dozens battery variations to see the performance in each.  Maybe you'll find a trend or sweet-spot? :)

Offline TheGeneralHackr

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Re: LCAP (Again) Possible Free Energy. (Voltage Gain Over time)
« Reply #61 on: December 20, 2016, 01:26:38 AM »
itsu+generalhackr

Bedini often spoke a lot about battery chemistry.  When you're experimenting, it might be a good idea to keep a log of all the batteries you are using; some may work a lot better than others.
 - Battery chemistry (Alkaline, Lead Acid, Lithium Iron Phosphate, Nickel Iron, Zinc Air).    (for reference, I've only seen Bedini use Lead Acid and LiFePO4's)
 - # of cells  (probably doesn't matter but it could affect frequency)
 - Battery size (D, C, AA, AAA)    (might also affect frequency?)
 - Battery age and sulfation?     (sulfate crystals coating the plates could have an impact?)

Even if you don't get a self-runner right away, you can keep the circuit the same and try dozens battery variations to see the performance in each.  Maybe you'll find a trend or sweet-spot? :)
Thanks for the input Reiyuki
I mainly use alkaline battery's myswlf but lithium ion battery's seem to have a faster recharge.
Carbon Zinc battery's had a interesting effect, they would self charge for months and eventually destroy themselves (eat through the zinc)
For me the number of cells in series bumps up the frequency and bumps up the recharge time.
@40v its gained 2 volts in a couple hours.
High output lithium ion seemed to work the best (I used one from a electronic cigerette lighter) but I'm currently using alkaline due to always using them.
Thanks I'll keep notifying of changes made and voltage gained.