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Title: Water Powered DC Charger
Post by: joellagace on October 02, 2017, 03:47:16 PM
I was messing around with copper oxide layer and hot and cold reactions with a cup of cold water dipped in one rod and the other hot rod out of the cup but both touching. This had minor and varying success until by accident the other copper rod fell in the cup of water, One that was not treated with copper oxide. I noticed a voltage coming across the meter so I started to experiment with this "water battery" concept until I had a few cups and enough voltage and current to run an AM broadcast transmitter that played music very well in the room on an AM radio very strong signal. So I made a video of that working and many like it. So I took the idea one step more and turned this into a more or less controlled switching DC charging device. Only able to charge 1.5 volt batteries at the moment with this crude setup. But it does show an interesting concept at work! I don't think it get's much more "Free" energy then this. All I have to do is change the water with fresh tap about once a week to keep it going as it builds up corrosion with time. Here is the video of it working as I try to explain the primary and secondary stages as well as i can as simply a regular person in my own words, This is just a hobby so my appologies if I miss a tern here and there. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ubmNVDp-oU&feature=youtu.be&ytbChannel=null
Title: Re: Water Powered DC Charger
Post by: overcurrent on October 06, 2017, 11:54:51 AM
Hi Joellagace, I appreciate you putting this up, I had never been into the water batteries but your video inspired me to try it out and I was pleasantly surprised. I am using a much simpler set up just using some 1" pvc for my cells with 4" bolt going into the water and 12 gauge wire wrapped around the bolt and into the next cell and repeating that from cell to cell then the wire on the last one is negative and the head of the bolt is the positive and with just 6 cells I got 4.23 volts so I tried to run a clock with it but that didn't work so I added a capacitor between the cells and the clock and it has been running for almost two days now and keeping perfect time. I definitely plan on experimenting with this much more. If we could get these charging cell phone or lighting some emergency lights I think this knowledge would be invaluable to anyone caught in a disaster like Puerto Rico so thanks again and happy experimenting.
Title: Re: Water Powered DC Charger
Post by: joellagace on October 07, 2017, 01:40:24 AM
Very good to hear you have luck with it as well. My little more complex "pulsed" charger oscillator so far charges 1.5 volt batteries just fine. Runs clocks and leds. Even runs small AM and shortwave transmitters. On the ham bands hundred of miles is possible of CW contact with just water power and more discoveries everyday as I mess with it. Here is the video of it running a small AM broadcast transmitter. The quality was so good youtube blanked out part of the audio hehe. Check it out if it interests you.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GTu-Z811zI
Title: Re: Water Powered DC Charger
Post by: Lakes on October 08, 2017, 07:56:46 AM
Were you talking over the "blanked" audio segment?

Anyway upload a copy to Vimeo, screw Youtube! :)
Title: Re: Water Powered DC Charger
Post by: joellagace on October 09, 2017, 01:26:44 AM
Were you talking over the "blanked" audio segment?


Yeah Well I was more or less just explaining the AM transmitter circuit to be the most basic of a Hartley oscillator. Try this video from my fb.

https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2F100012677832483%2Fvideos%2F372900353142556%2F