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Offline callanan

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A Working Radiant Free Energy System
« on: January 05, 2007, 07:46:30 AM »
Please see the attached document. Any comments. questions welcomed. But only nice ones responded to.

Regards,

Ossie Callanan

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Re: A Working Radiant Free Energy System
« Reply #1 on: January 05, 2007, 04:45:26 PM »
Ossie,
Thanks for the disclosure. Now some constructive criticism!

I think the title should have been "Possibly A Working Radiant Free Energy System". Think of how much controversy there is about John's circuit. Still some are saying it does not work. As for me to get hold of 6 batteries, the mess on the kitchen table, the wife ... This would not be my first time and I am getting tired
of weddings.

You may have got this system working but have you even tried replicating it for yourself? Different batteries, different coil winding, different wire guage etc?

The description in the doc file really needs to be far more substantial unless you don't mind people endlessly asking you question and in the end calling you names!

By the way I am an engineer myself and I also expect automatically to have the fore Knowledge I have. Don't do as I do!

Regards

AM

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Re: A Working Radiant Free Energy System
« Reply #2 on: January 07, 2007, 06:10:58 AM »
This is great, You say you have charged a few batteries.  Is it possible that you are using the potential from the reac?
Also do you have more pics of your set up?

AR


p.s. do you shop at Jaycar? :)

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Re: A Working Radiant Free Energy System
« Reply #2 on: January 07, 2007, 06:10:58 AM »
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Re: A Working Radiant Free Energy System
« Reply #3 on: January 07, 2007, 10:14:54 AM »
Hi Ossie

Thanks for the present to start the new year!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I like your presentation and it obviously represents a lot of work on your part.
If you can't get a solid state device to replace the reed switch, what is the lifetime of
the best reeds available?

I am not a techie, but what would happen if you placed a tuning capacitor across the solenoid coil and made it into a tank circuit.  What would happen at resonance with the motor speed and the tank circuit?

Tishatang
 

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Re: A Working Radiant Free Energy System
« Reply #4 on: January 07, 2007, 07:49:45 PM »
WOW! Do you have any other photos?  I want to try to replicate your design. Looks good on paper.  Nice job!

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Re: A Working Radiant Free Energy System
« Reply #5 on: January 07, 2007, 10:21:31 PM »
So Callanan.

The scematic is with some problems
Not only to take an faster switching diode.
the problem is , that the fully current from
the inductor coil will flow over the read-contact !!

Why?

The 2N3055 Transistor is NOTHING WORKING to amplifying CURRENTS
IF the Base is conected to Collector !!
So the fully current flow only VIA the BASE-EMITTER Diode .

Also if some more "inventors" use this circuit , it will not be better
from them.

Possibly this circuit work , but the REED-Contact will "fire and burn".
Find another way to eleminate that "bug".
Pese


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Re: A Working Radiant Free Energy System
« Reply #6 on: January 09, 2007, 02:20:32 PM »
Hi all,

Let's just look at my reed motor without any REAC connected. Just a battery on the input and a battery on the output. Let's have a look at it's performance as a motor and a motor generator. Firstly I would like to show you how to make the reed switching reliable. See the attached pictures:

Use large/larger reed switches. These reeds have a glass that is 27mm long by 4mm thick. Using exactly the same circuit, put two reed switches in series instead of one. Except mount them such that they are oriented 90 degrees from each other as in the attached pictures. The horizontal reed will oscillate with the coils magnetic field as previously described, but the vertical reed will simply switch on and off. The problem with one reed mounted horizontally is that it sticks and as a consequence the coil stays on and it's magnetic field further holds the reed closed. With this dual reed setup, the vertical reed prevents the coil staying on if the horizontal reed sticks and as the magnetic field is removed when the vertical reed opens so the horizontal reed opens again and both reeds are reset.
 
The motor is driven by four coils all switched by dual reeds using the same circuit. The motor is in the following picture.

Now here are some interesting facts about the motor's performance that I think you will find interesting. This motor for some reason always spins at a hefty 1200 RPM, almost exactly, no matter what input voltage you apply to it. If you raise the input voltage, the input current drawn goes down.
 
It spins very, very fast for the little energy it appears to be using. To get this rotor to spins at 1200 RPM using other types of coil drive circuits the motor would typically use at least a few watts. Now just take a look at the following measurements made with an analogue ammeter and a digital volt meter.
 
With an input of 50 volts, the motor draws only 100ma. So that is an input power of exactly 5 watts. Now here's the clincher! Charging a battery that reads 10.8 volts whilst connected and charging from this motor, the motor is sending 400ma into the this battery! That is an output of 4.32 watts!!! So that means that this motor is only using 680 milliwatts but still manages to run at 1200 RPM!!! This is a fairly heavy rotor with large bearing and considerable magnetic drag. That is an amazing amount of torque for just 680 milliwatts don't you think?

Regards,

Ossie Callanan

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Re: A Working Radiant Free Energy System
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Re: A Working Radiant Free Energy System
« Reply #7 on: January 10, 2007, 01:32:32 AM »
Hi Ossie,
Can you tell me what the purpose of the neon is? 

 Have you done experiments with the reac? using a capacitor? or a bank of capacitors?  Maybe you are zapping the reac batteries and forming some sort of chemical reaction? I am not sure if radiant energy can be stored in a capacitor, i think it can, but it dosent convert it to electricity?

Can you tell me what your power source is? Have you increased it from 12V to 50V? Not that its that important, i am just trying to follow and understand how it is working..

I would like to see what happens if you set up the switching on a different circuit, so that the motor operating battery is not the same as the charging battery.  In theory it should be able to charge the battery with very little drain.

AR

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Re: A Working Radiant Free Energy System
« Reply #8 on: January 11, 2007, 01:59:37 AM »
Please see the attached document. Any comments. questions welcomed. But only nice ones responded to.

Regards,

Ossie Callanan


most impressive!

My suggestion is to make the coils huge so that the reed doesn't switch as often.

Big machines are also more impressive.  :D

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Re: A Working Radiant Free Energy System
« Reply #8 on: January 11, 2007, 01:59:37 AM »
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Re: A Working Radiant Free Energy System
« Reply #9 on: January 11, 2007, 02:54:56 AM »
Callanon,

1- If a battery is charged conventionally, can it also be charged with RE? I mean can the battery hold both types of charge sinmoultaneously.
2- How long do the read relays last?
3- Have you tried semiconductors instead of the read relay?

Regards

AM

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Re: A Working Radiant Free Energy System
« Reply #10 on: January 11, 2007, 06:58:44 AM »
Hi Ossi,
can you or somebody else please post your DOC file
as PDF or just the Ascii text inside a reply posting ?

Not everybody has Winword installed.

Many thanks.

Regards, Stefan.
P.S. Motor looks nice !

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Re: A Working Radiant Free Energy System
« Reply #10 on: January 11, 2007, 06:58:44 AM »
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Re: A Working Radiant Free Energy System
« Reply #11 on: January 11, 2007, 10:33:44 AM »
Hi,
i have one 12 V battery, a reed switch, 3055 etc.
can i use  this device single battery charge with some modification,


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Re: A Working Radiant Free Energy System
« Reply #12 on: January 11, 2007, 11:18:37 AM »
Hi Ossi,
can you or somebody else please post your DOC file
as PDF or just the Ascii text inside a reply posting ?

Not everybody has Winword installed.

Many thanks.

Regards, Stefan.
P.S. Motor looks nice !

Hi Stefan and All,

The Windows XP (as all earlier Windows versions) has the Wordpad built-in text editor which is able to open documentum files too.  (At least I can open Ossie's file with the Wordpad too.)  The other built-in text editor, the Notepad is NOT able to open it, it is for text files only.
The Wordpad can be found by clicking START -->All Programs --> Accessories.

rgds
Gyula

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Re: A Working Radiant Free Energy System
« Reply #13 on: January 11, 2007, 12:56:00 PM »
Hi Ossi,
can you or somebody else please post your DOC file
as PDF or just the Ascii text inside a reply posting ?

Not everybody has Winword installed.

Many thanks.

Regards, Stefan.
P.S. Motor looks nice !

Steffan,
PDF version.

AM

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Re: A Working Radiant Free Energy System
« Reply #14 on: January 11, 2007, 01:27:50 PM »
Hi all, some responses:

> Is it possible that you are using the potential from the reac?

Absolutely. Is there more than one way to use and connect the REAC? Absolutely.

> I like your presentation and it obviously represents a lot of work on your part.

Actually, it represents only very little of the work I have done over the years in this field.

> the problem is , that the fully current from the inductor coil will flow over the read-contact !! Why?

Correct, but only for a very small fraction of time. Overall power through the reed, when you take into account time, is very little.

> Can you tell me what the purpose of the neon is? 

To save you money replacing the transistor when you forget to connect the output battery then connect the input battery.

> What is the purpose of your paper and this thread?

To show others, who are interested in building things in this field, a simply radiant energy device and system they can build with common components and get some real OU results.

Regards,

Ossie Callanan


 

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