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Author Topic: audio amplifier as a power generator (instruction)  (Read 3230 times)

Offline dxer_87

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audio amplifier as a power generator (instruction)
« on: September 21, 2022, 09:56:14 PM »
with this instruction you can make your own free energy generator easy. if you failed with other system, this may work for you. i built more than 20 of such in my life :) and they only needed grounding.

Hope You Enjoy!

Dxer

Offline alan

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Re: audio amplifier as a power generator (instruction)
« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2022, 04:58:21 PM »
Thanks for sharing! 
Do you have a demo video? 
It reminds me of an Avramenko plug or drStiffler SEC, but actually usable, a one wire electron pump, forcing them through a load by oscillating electric fields without a return path so that there is no back MMF working against the primary forces which normally translates into kWh on your electricity bill. 
Thanks.



Offline Jimboot

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Re: audio amplifier as a power generator (instruction)
« Reply #2 on: September 23, 2022, 06:13:39 AM »
What is the “radiator” ?

Offline ramset

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Re: audio amplifier as a power generator (instruction)
« Reply #3 on: September 23, 2022, 11:19:30 AM »

Offline Ufopolitics

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Re: audio amplifier as a power generator (instruction)
« Reply #4 on: September 23, 2022, 02:27:45 PM »
What is the “radiator” ?
Hi there Jim,
I believe a "radiator" should be a heatsink...


Offline alan

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Re: audio amplifier as a power generator (instruction)
« Reply #5 on: September 23, 2022, 03:46:09 PM »
I think the radiator is any electric resistive heater.

Offline dxer_87

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Re: audio amplifier as a power generator (instruction)
« Reply #6 on: September 23, 2022, 07:59:57 PM »
I have some images how I wound the coil. Yes in Poland we say radiator for heatsink. Sorry for my weak language. I am still learning.

I don't know where the overunity comes from in this system, but I think it's very easy to do. You may adjust both channels using Daqarta program and a computer with soundcard that does not cancel 50Hz noise (most modern laptops mute this frequency at the level of a soundcard). Maximum frequency for left channel is  (50,100, 200, 400Hz) 600Hz and for right channel that should be loud hiss. Once I did a 2V whistle of 2 transistors for this channel, the freq. should be sth like 1-1.3kHz with a triangle or sawtooth, it doesn't matter much, though it needs to be loud as hell. Also modifying the amplifier that it will give higher voltage on the right channel is well seen (exchange some resistors for lower in most cases), then you give from RIGHT SPEAKER OUT a coil with about 5000 turns of wire simply wounded on a ferrite core (i always take enameled wire from OLD TV - the one around the screen), put into a voltage doubler and via schottky into plus of a power supply. also good technic is to wound phase wire before it goes into transformer around the capacitors with insulated cable. then some voltage induce in the caps. There's also special signal to captret the caps (to treat their tops with special signal, I know the specification of this signal and I will describe).

I'll try to describe this technology as good as I can. I was fighting more than 2 years to remind, especially how I was making the booster, because most projects on this topic I made in my childhood in the attic and I almost forget it all. And that audio stuff is easiest method to achieve free energy. I had also successes with combining Kapanadze coils with amplifiers as a teenager. I'll try to describe this aswell. I am sure this technology like SR193 or Dally really works, cause I was succesful in making this stuff.

Put some cents for me, so I may normally live. I live on social, no work, cause I am much Ill (neurologists and psychiatric problems :/).

I swear, I'll share the infos ;) I had one video, but It was in polish language. I'll try to make english version :)). If you have spare time, spare amplifier and parts and understood what is in the steps. You will succeed with free energy.

Yours sincerely Przemek.

Offline conradelektro

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Re: audio amplifier as a power generator (instruction)
« Reply #7 on: September 23, 2022, 08:33:34 PM »
with this instruction you can make your own free energy generator easy. if you failed with other system, this may work for you. i built more than 20 of such in my life :) and they only needed grounding.

Hope You Enjoy!

Dxer


What devices have you actually powerd with your circuit (lamps, TV-sets, LapTops, ???)?


How much may I donate?


Greetings, Conrad

Offline ramset

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Re: audio amplifier as a power generator (instruction)
« Reply #8 on: September 23, 2022, 08:55:30 PM »
Prezmek
Sir
Polish language video is fine
We are global community!( persons to help translate etc


Respectfully
Chet K

Offline dxer_87

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Re: audio amplifier as a power generator (instruction)
« Reply #9 on: September 23, 2022, 09:06:35 PM »
Give for a bread that is 1-2USD, especially if You succeed:). I don't expect millions for my knowledge and experience. I just want to share with You what I achieved on my own. If you have any question while building, ask here, I'll try to answer :). This technology is old as radio. Even the lamp version of amplifier may work this way. And in my opinion this kind of techno lay too long in a dust.

You can put this even in mass production. I don't see any problems. Only what I can say is that this works especially with several models of amplifiers.

Oh, this can be amazingly powerful. Much depend on used main transformer in amplifier and used grounding. And you take power where the AC IN is of course :). The maximum power can be something like 1000W even for some models.

Yours Przemek.

Offline forest

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Re: audio amplifier as a power generator (instruction)
« Reply #10 on: September 23, 2022, 09:32:03 PM »
Możesz przesłać wideo po polsku, nie widzę problemu. Wystarczy dodać napisy po angielsku albo ktoś przetłumaczy.

Offline kampen

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Re: audio amplifier as a power generator (instruction)
« Reply #11 on: September 26, 2022, 08:06:18 PM »

@ DXER-87,
You wrote:
STEP. 9 Give a switch button to start your system from AC line.
To start only one phase is needed.
The installation though must not use residual current detectors.


A residual-current device (RCD), residual-current circuit breaker (RCCB) or ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI)[a]
[size=78%]is an electrical safety device that quickly breaks an [/size][size=78%]electrical circuit[/size][size=78%] with [/size][size=78%]leakage current[/size][size=78%] to [/size][size=78%]ground[/size][size=78%]. It is to protect equipment and to reduce the risk of serious harm from an ongoing [/size][size=78%]electric shock[/size][size=78%].[/size][1][size=78%] Injury may still occur in some cases, for example if a human receives a brief shock before the electrical circuit is isolated, falls after receiving a shock, or if the person touches both conductors at the same time.[/size][2]
If the RCD device has additional overcurrent protection integrated in the same device, it is referred to as RCBO. An earth leakage circuit breaker may be a RCD, although an older type of voltage-operated earth leakage circuit breaker (ELCB) also exists.
 
Here we have a problem:
[size=78%]In Europe all GRID-Connected houses have a (RCD) standard installed.[/size]
Please advise how to proceed.

Offline dxer_87

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Re: audio amplifier as a power generator (instruction)
« Reply #12 on: September 26, 2022, 08:49:46 PM »
i made corrected version with new info :).

i think this will be the easiest free energy ever if done right :D.

Offline dxer_87

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Re: audio amplifier as a power generator (instruction)
« Reply #13 on: September 26, 2022, 09:06:53 PM »
if a residual current detector is used, i advise starting the system from UPS. or any 12v battery with inverter. this makes it even more portable. first, connect the grounding. also maybe when using my mentioned connection via transistor, the safety switch may not turn off the voltage. I didn't try yet, though my experience with residual current safety switches aren't fine for paulos.

hope this idea can help.

in Poland we use RCD only in kitchens and bathrooms separately.

Dxer.

Offline dxer_87

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How to make ' noplis' for paulos.
« Reply #14 on: October 03, 2022, 04:47:35 PM »
Noplis is a kind of a simple trick with the phase. You need several metres of 0.5mm2 insulated wire. You go from where phase is.

You leave 30cm spare, take a ferrite rod 100mm minimum and wound around it about 50-100 turns then left another 30cm and wound the cable 20 times around the capacitors in the supply then you go into the switch of an amplifier. This is noplis. Some of amplifiers need only these and step up transformer to go overunity.

Hope You enjoy!

Dxer.