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Author Topic: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology  (Read 58809 times)

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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #870 on: August 26, 2018, 12:02:22 PM »
https://youtu.be/lnvC-BnS_XA
Hi Nick,
Good progress, congratulations. 

Regarding the 5 + 5 diodes in series:  I guess you may have tested the setup with only 1 +1 diode in the loop too?
If yes, did you find reduced brightness?  Another measure of this change would be the DC voltage check across the LEDs
as you mentioned in the video (was around 34 V). 

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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #871 on: August 26, 2018, 03:14:25 PM »
Guyula Hi on this thread the coil looks as if it's wound with copper wire, as different materials have different rates of conductance
flow time, have you any experience or now of and reference to using such different materials in this type of circuit as copper wire
wasn't so easy to come by 100 years ago, interested in your views.
regards AG

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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #872 on: August 26, 2018, 04:27:44 PM »
Hi Nick,
Good progress, congratulations. 

Regarding the 5 + 5 diodes in series:  I guess you may have tested the setup with only 1 +1 diode in the loop too?
If yes, did you find reduced brightness?  Another measure of this change would be the DC voltage check across the LEDs
as you mentioned in the video (was around 34 V). 

Gyula
   

   Gyula:  Welcome back.   Yes, I did try the 1+1 diode placement, but not on this particular reflector LED bulb. And yes, the more diodes, the higher the available amplitude. 34v at the bulbs is the highest I've obtained, so far.  Only 2.5v is available without the additional diodes, or LEDs, exactly as the Doc had mentioned in his videos.
   As I don't have 32 of the 4148s, so I just did 5 and 5, for now, on a single loop to test the series placement of this AC bulb. But, now I'm sure that the double diode loop will be where the best output is available, like twice as much output, (lumins).
   
   I have ordered 4 new 120v, 8.5w LED bulbs, which will be brought to me from the US, by the 4 of Sept. I'll know more as to whether they are with the circuit board on the PCB, or separate from it, when I can open them to gut them.
   The main thing is that the Doc is right, concerning the diode loop, it works as mentioned. The more diodes and leds, the better the diode loop works.  And so this really needs to be further tested and looked into, to see to what point it can be upgraded or improved to.   Here is the scope shot from my last video, below.   Thanks for your comments.                                           
   NickZ

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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #872 on: August 26, 2018, 04:27:44 PM »
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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #873 on: August 27, 2018, 01:15:25 AM »
Guyula Hi on this thread the coil looks as if it's wound with copper wire, as different materials have different rates of conductance flow time, have you any experience or now of and reference to using such different materials in this type of circuit as copper wire wasn't so easy to come by 100 years ago, interested in your views.
regards AG
Hi AlienGrey,
I think copper as a material for wires was already used even 120-130 years ago, for they knew the differences in conductance. In fact copper was used by mankind much earlier, quote from Wiki: " a copper pendant was found in northern Iraq that dates to 8700 BC".

If you read through this post here
http://www.energeticforum.com/renewable-energy/20312-tesla-microfilm-letters-11.html#post286870
it turns out Tesla surely used copper wire as turns out from his correspondance written in 1902.

Aluminum has also been used for wire material of course but its higher electrical resistance produces more loss than that of copper. 
 
It is sure Dr Stiffler's coils shown in his videos are wound from enameled copper wire. 

Unfortunately, I have no reference to the use of different materials as wires.

The only exception maybe John Bedini who built a simple pulse motor with insulated iron wire for the single stator coil. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8vnHVV25tU   and the same setup first with copper wire: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5-TkQ-kBwA 

Gyula

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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #874 on: August 27, 2018, 01:26:47 AM »
Nick,
Okay,  thanks for the answer.   One suggestion with the 1n4148 diodes: on ebay they sell it and cheap, a quantity of 100 pieces cost around 1 USD, free shipping, this is from mostly China. there are offers from USA but at a higher price + shipping.
Gyula

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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #875 on: August 27, 2018, 11:56:13 AM »
Lidmotor,
In order to elaborate on the math expression. The mathematician / friend of Ronald Stiffler would need an opportunity to explain in full
to a credible electrodynamic academic group that takes an interest in Dr. Stiffler's research. In the mean time hopefully we do not mess it all up.
We can follow the path that explains what frequencies are usable. The various experiments and methods does explore the open lattice
and provides empirical evidence. I am not aware of any department of electrodynamics or electro physics other than the electric universe.
Those who continued work on Birkland currents  may have open lattice correlations leading to marriage with The electric universe. That would best be
introduced and commentary made by Dr. Ronald Stiffler. For us it could be more embarrassing than dunce if we are not very careful with the info. Thanks
« Last Edit: August 27, 2018, 08:26:53 PM by mikrovolt »

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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #876 on: August 28, 2018, 01:26:58 AM »
Mikrovolt---- I agree that discussion of Doc's theories by people with poor knowledge of higher mathematics is really pointless.  I was hoping that someone here saw something in that formula that rang a bell and could describe, in simple terms, what it all meant.  In the meantime most of us will have to just replicate his work as best we can ----and wonder what we are seeing.

Gyula---  I have used iron based wire for years on various projects.  My 'Penny Oscillator' is a bit famous.  It was a simple Joule Thief using rolls of steel twist tie wire.  The circuit used a couple of caps in it that made it blink at very low amperage.  I also replicated a Stubblefield coil using copper and steel wire that produced power through galvanic action and powered things.  The problem was that the steel wire eventually dissolved and the coil stopped working.  I just made a Slayer Exciter using steel twist tie wire as the secondary and thick Al wire as the primary.  It worked really well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCjFoPknWP4

  This is a pic of 'Penny' from years ago.  She is made from steel twist tie wire and is running on a homemade battery made from two pennies. One penny was sanded down to expose the zinc inside and the other provided the copper.

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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #877 on: August 28, 2018, 01:51:15 AM »
   I think that the best approach for those interested, is to try to follow and replicate as closely as possible to what the Doc is showing us.
   We are all learning the ropes here, including the Doc. The idea now is the these 4148 diodes are the cause of any additional voltage and current that goes over what the input is providing. Along with any of the additional diodes (LEDs) that are used.   So, the more diodes used, the higher the possible output is seen at the load of leds. Now provided by a double loop, for twice the output. To what degree this type of gain is possible, is what we still need to find out.

   I'm now starting to light the 120v reflector AC led bulb that I had shown on one of my first videos. I'm using my last shown 12MHz crystal oscillator.  Up to 18 leds of the 24 series mounted leds are lighting, so far.  Getting there...

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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #878 on: August 28, 2018, 07:22:53 PM »
    Guys:
   The video below was just uploaded, and is showing the lighting of an LED Filament Bulb.
   I'm using another transistor, a C2330 (300v), now. Which does not heat up at the 24v input that I can now give it.   But, in order to raise the input voltage to 36v, I would probably need to add more resistance to the base circuit. Just how much more resistance, I don't know, yet. Maybe one of you can suggest a resistor. I'm currently just running the 100k resistor on the 12K crystal that's on the base circuit. As this mentioned transistor is still very limiting by it's low base current values.
   
   https://youtu.be/OaItjLf5e-A

   Any ideas are welcome.                                        NickZ

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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #879 on: August 28, 2018, 09:46:47 PM »
Nick,
Unplug the crystal and check the input current from the 24V input. 

The base and collector current issues have been already clarified, see my posts here:
https://overunity.com/17249/dr-ronald-stiffler-sec-technology/msg523176/#msg523176   and 

https://overunity.com/17249/dr-ronald-stiffler-sec-technology/msg523363/#msg523363

Now you can calculate the hFE of your transistor being used from the measurement I mentioned above.Then you can figure out easily the base resistor needed for 36 V or whatever supply voltage you intend to apply.
Note that your c2330 transistor has 100 mA collector current rating. 

Gyula

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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #880 on: August 30, 2018, 05:41:26 PM »
   I have gotten up to 18 or more leds in series to partially light up on a single diode loop, using 24v from batteries.   I also attached capacitively another 26 leds in parallel, as well. Not directly connected to the series lit bulb's output.
   I'll be adding more diodes to the loop later today.
   Unloaded voltages are around 72 volts, so far using only 5+5 diodes on a single loop.
   
    Gyula, I'm unable to obtain a current reading on my multi meter at the oscillator circuit's input.
    Thanks for the reminder of the previous posts that you linked to in your last post, above.

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« Reply #881 on: August 30, 2018, 11:39:24 PM »

  ...   I'm unable to obtain a current reading on my multi meter at the oscillator circuit's input.   
Do you mean the high EM field fools the meter and the display fluctuates?  Some more details please.

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« Reply #882 on: August 31, 2018, 03:24:24 AM »
Do you mean the high EM field fools the meter and the display fluctuates?  Some more details please.
   Gyula:
  Well, I don't know. I get no reading, at all. Like there is nothing there. Previously I was getting about 50mA's draw, or so.
  When I test the current at the input with the meter now, set at 2000mA setting, the bulbs don't light and I get NO reading.   So, maybe yes, it may be the HV feed back to the battery, or the meter itself in contact with the circuit, which may be messing with the circuit's normal operation.
   In any case, the main thing for me is obtaining some use able light from this crystal oscillator. NOT do easy to do so far, as it's running on flea power.  But, the diode loop works, along with the AC series diodes (LEDs), as the Doc had mentioned. 
   My last unloaded reading at the bulbs, (without the load on) was 72v. So, I'm getting there, need at least 100 -150v to see some real light output. My last video had about 50 leds being partiallly lit, with just 5 and 5 diodes on a single loop.

   So, I'm remodeling the oscillator now.  Adding more diodes, adding a trim pot for the base circuit, removing unneeded parts, etz... 
   
   Anyone else building something up these days? It's getting pretty lonely here now.

   I guess the Doc is still waiting for the weather to cool... to put those two rods in the ground. 

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« Reply #883 on: August 31, 2018, 10:22:10 AM »
Hi Nick,

The  'no reading at all'  means the meter may have a fuse inside that became an open circuit?  You need to open the meter and check it.   Perhaps the measuring leads have a contact issue?  Use another meter in the Ohm range if you happen to have another meter to check the leads.  With this other meter you can check this meter in question too: just measure Ohms across the input of the Ampermeter set to the 2000 mA position (or lower). You should find around 1 Ohm and less resistance shown on the other meter.  Rotate the range switch a few times to check the internal contacts of the switch too.  If this DMM has a 10 or 20 A current range, then check it too,  it usually has a separate input with respect to the Common input.  You can check the oscillator current in this 10 A or 20 A range, just to see whether the 2000 mA range is what is wrong (most likely due to the open fuse).

When you use this meter in question to check the input current and the LEDs remain dark, then there can be no HV field around because the oscillator cannot work, right?  It iis the meter and the connecting leads and the contacting points that must be faulty.

Gyula

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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #884 on: September 01, 2018, 03:51:50 PM »
   Gyula:   Yes, my meter is bad. The fuse was blown, and besides that, there's no amp readings now.  Another one bites the dust...
   It's not the first one that dies this way. Once the voltages from the HV get high enough, that is the usual results.

   I'm reworking the crystal oscillator, and I'm almost done. I got the 8 and 8 diodes on a single loop now. Trim pot on the base circuit, also, and some rewiring as well.
   I'll get another meter soon as I can, but it may be a while. 
   Thanks for the help.

 

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