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2022 builders survivor board => General Builders discussion => Topic started by: JackJohn on June 26, 2022, 12:58:01 PM

Post by: JackJohn on June 26, 2022, 12:58:01 PM
the free energy device project utilizes a stator with a winding design similar to QEG
still in the process of working, regarding the stator that I use is in the video at the link >>> (
don't forget to turn on subtitles (I Add many languages) so you can easily understand what I'm saying

"Please note that I'm not replicating QEG, the project I'm making is purely my own idea, I'm just using a stator similar to that used in QEG."

The rotor that will be used is a neodymium magnet N52 with a diameter of 30mm and a thickness of 17mm with two poles. rotation speed between 1000~5000Rpm later and Gap Between Magnet and Iron core is 5mm ~ 12mm

Post by: JackJohn on June 27, 2022, 06:40:02 AM
Small Update

If you like the project I'm working on please follow my video channel (
Post by: JackJohn on June 29, 2022, 06:42:58 AM
One step more closed to final build
Title: New Idea Generator to break the limit
Post by: JackJohn on July 01, 2022, 05:46:48 PM
Inspire by (energy, frequency and Vibration)
1. Every time there is a change in the induction of the magnetic field in the iron core (stator)/conductor (coreless) it produces electricity
2. The frequency of the generator is determined by the number of poles X speed of change of magnetic poles (RPM) / 120
3. The higher the frequency of the generator is equal to the greater the electricity generated (if compare with same part with low frequency)
Lenz Effect
1. The closer the distance between the rotor magnet and the iron core of the stator, the greater the induction produced but also produces very strong braking (Requires very large power on the driving motor / wastes power)
2. The farther the distance between the rotor magnet and the stator iron core, the lower the braking that occurs due to the Lenz Effect (it takes a small amount of power to overcome Cogging between the iron core and the magnet and weak braking due to the Lenz Effect)
Low Power Drive Motor + High speed + Generator with many poles (Gap is rather wide) + Flywheel + Bridge diode & Capacitor for fast power saving + step down dc to dc + Full sine wave Inverter
is it possible with this technique can get more power out ???
every induction received by the core produces electricity, the faster the induction process occurs (higher frequency) then the density of electrical energy received is also higher and it can be proven by the Battery/Super Capacitor charging technique with the same note that the power used is the same (fast charge and slow charge). charge)
hope it inspires
Post by: JackJohn on July 02, 2022, 09:47:26 AM
Title: About Lenz Effect
Post by: JackJohn on July 03, 2022, 01:54:18 PM
A little of my imagination for today
The strength of the braking due to the Lenz Effect depends on the "big or small amount of power drawn from the generator output".

example :
Induction on the generator rotor produces 12V 1A (12W) power and you give the generator output (Led 3W) then you can see that the amperage of the driving motor does not show a change / does not increase, it will be different if you use (Led 6W to 12W) then braking due to Lenz The effect can be directly seen in increasing the amperage of the driving motor.
So the key is:
Drive motors as efficiently as possible (BLDC, Brushed DC etc.)
make a generator that is capable of producing 10X the output power when compared to the power needed by the driving motor at no load (this seems crazy) not even if you know the Flywheel mechanism, play the number of wires, play the number of magnetic poles, take advantage of good bearings etc.
Give a load of only 30 to 40% because that is more to meet the power needed by the motor that drives and the rest is up to you.
"Do not rob the power out of the generator (take all of it), just accept what is given (In Java Language " Nrimo Ing Pndhum") Then you will not feel the resistance from the generator which will make the power of the driving motor Ampere supply increase" let the device (motor generator) work like no load
Title: Dc motor for rotor drive speed test
Post by: JackJohn on July 07, 2022, 07:42:18 AM
Just Videos that don't really matter (
Title: speed test Very High Efficient 10.000RPM (Less than 10W)???
Post by: JackJohn on July 08, 2022, 05:49:32 AM
Another test speed Video with Ampere measurements
24VDC (0.2 ~0.3A) Power supply . Very High speed 10K Up RPM Check it out

"Pay attention to the effect of inertia produced by the flywheel system with a small ratio on the rotor and a large one on the motor, when staring up power consumption in amperes, it was more than 1 Amp but look when the speed is met, the flywheel repays the motor by returning the inertia so that the motor rotates like without load, even lighter".
With a slightly wider gap between the magnet and the iron core of the generator coil, the Brakking due to the lens effect can be avoided. It's actually the same as playing the mechanical version of resonance (motor generator)

This Link Video >>>   (
Title: Another motor generator project
Post by: JackJohn on July 13, 2022, 07:10:21 AM
My other project on progress (
Rotor finish (
Title: Other Project Update
Post by: JackJohn on July 15, 2022, 07:09:25 AM
Small Update not test video (don't need to watch) 😂 😂 😂
the planning is single coil working as pulse dc motor and AC generator + Back EMF Trapping (DC)

if look at schema is very simple right  ;D ;D ;D
but actually it's not as simple as it looks, because on the JackJohn coil I played with the number of turns, the resistance value of the wire and also  special position of the primary and secondary Coil wires. will this be successful in producing more power than the power required for the pulse dc supply? no body Know the result
still can't be answered right now, please look forward to the continuation of the process of making this device (
Post by: JackJohn on July 16, 2022, 07:21:42 AM
Small Update
Back Emf test not measured yet

please pay attention "The bright green flash is not an Led light but sparks due to Back EMF, because I use a mechanical switch 😂 😂 😂 (