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Author Topic: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology  (Read 42047 times)

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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #930 on: October 16, 2018, 06:02:22 PM »
   Gyula:
   As it seams that the Doc is now in the hibernation mode, and is not showing anything further on the ground lighting tests.
 
   So, I thought it would be good to do another video, showing what I've come up with concerning the "diode loop" tests, so far. 
   Gyula, please study my set up, and the ways it's wired up, and let me know if you think that the loop is obtaining both polarities from the sine wave. As I would like to know if I am tapping both sides of the wave form, or not.
  My latest video:  https://youtu.be/PVccRza8GYg
   Any comments are welcome, as always.                                                             
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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #930 on: October 16, 2018, 06:02:22 PM »

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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #931 on: October 16, 2018, 09:04:43 PM »
Nick,

Sorry but I do not understand your circuit: a schematic is needed how you connected the two coils and the two diode loops.
The circuit the Doc showed in his double loop schematic in his video entitled "Double Loop using the full Sine Wave" (at video time 3:15),  it has only one coil and it feeds the two diode loops via two separate coupling capacitors.

So if you followed his schematic then your double loop would surely work as he claimed i.e. utilizing the full sine wave.
But you have two coils, maybe you are driving the second coil via the first one and then the second one drives the two loops I do not know. 
But if you drive (from say the 2nd coil) the two loops via two separate capacitors as he did and you connected the two LED lamps in series as he did and the two positive loop outputs are connected together and the two negative loop outputs are also connected together, these two connections are to feed the series LEDs, then you should have utilized the full sine wave.  Otherwise, I do not know.  Please do not expect me to spend time and figure out or guess every detail just from your video:   make a correct schematic (if you wish).

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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #932 on: October 16, 2018, 11:43:39 PM »
   Ok, thanks for the reply.   The reason that I did it the way that I showed in the video, was because I could NOT make it work the way that the Doc had it on his diagram. Connecting the two led bulb in series, just kills the output. So, I came up with this other way to make it work.
   The crystal oscillator is the same as in the previous diagrams and videos that I had showed, no mayor changes to it.
   The first diode loop that is on the same PCB as the oscillator, is going to the left AC bulb, is also like I had shown previously in a video of the single diode loop.   The second diode loop is connected separately to the same transistor collector as the first diode loop is, and to a 102 cap then to the second L3 coil through it's diode loop.   Lets forget about the green ground wire, for now.   I had thought that my last video had explained it pretty well. I'm not good at diagrams, and I thought that you might be able to figure it out by looking at the video. If not, then don't worry about it. I'll figure it out, sooner or later.   It's been confusing, for me too. But, I think that I am getting both polarities, now, in any case.                                                                                                                                             NickZ


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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #932 on: October 16, 2018, 11:43:39 PM »
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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #933 on: November 07, 2018, 10:37:45 PM »
   Guys:   I made this video (below) before I rewire the way that the two led bulbs are connected to the crystal oscillator.
   Although I could not make the two bulbs light, I think that it's worth doing a video about that, just in case someone may have an  idea of what might be wrong. My main objective was to try to obtain both polarities of the sine wave, instead of just one. But, the type of bulbs may be what is not allowing the juice to flow, as it should, or not. The input is about 25v, and the output at the bulbs is 69v.
   
   https://youtu.be/fAXamcfk06E

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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #934 on: November 08, 2018, 09:52:40 AM »
Nick,

You say towards the end of your video that you have 48 LED's in series with 70V applied to the loop. This gives 1.45V per LED which is insuficient. You need around 2.4V or so across each LED to get good lighting, depending on the spec of the LED's used. Also you have volt drop across each of the series connected diodes which drops the voltage applied to the LED string even lower than 70V.

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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #934 on: November 08, 2018, 09:52:40 AM »
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Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Reply #935 on: November 08, 2018, 03:07:05 PM »
   Hoppy:   There is an actual increase of voltage as the Doc has mentioned with each additional diode placed into  the diode loop, not the other way around. As happens with the normal drop in voltage with diodes (0.7v), or so, due to the series connected diodes.
   However, I can light both led bulb fairly brightly as I had shown in a previous video, by using two L3 coils, and separating the two bulbs each with their own L3 coil connected to the crystal oscillator. So... the voltage is already high enough to see some fairly good light output. I also used just a 24 led single bulb, connected by TWO diode loops, and it would not light when connected that way, either.

   After the video, I replaced the two led bulbs with a single strand of led filaments from a gutted filament led bulb, and was also not able to light it, even though the output was over 103v with that set up.   I had shown a previous video lighting that same filament led bulb, on just a single diode loop.  So, there seams to be something wrong with my double diode loop or the way it's connected up. Yet, either of the individual loops work well on their own, when connected on just a single diode loop to each bulb.   I have spent some time on all of the above, but seam to be hung up on lighting the bulbs with the double diode loop, for some unknown reason.   As you can see, the oscillator can light both bulbs when using separate diode loops, pic below.
   I did NOT use a single small led between the two diode loops like in Itsu's pic below, but just a wire connection between the led bulbs.

 

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