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Author Topic: The Brnbrade Coil/Overunity?  (Read 328058 times)

Offline TheOne

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #75 on: July 02, 2007, 07:20:42 AM »
Hello Brnbrade,

Nice pictures of your light bulb! It looks like you may be onto something here! I am excited about this as everyone else here is, but there is one thing I wanted to know about the sound input. I may have missed the earlier posts referring to it, but what are you using for the sound input? Is it coming from something like a sound card on your computer or an audio amplifier? We must also take into consideration the power supplied by the sound input as we all know you can have amplifiers that can output anything from 6W to 400W+ easily depending on the type. (The average sound card outputs between 1W to 5W on the speaker jack; Ref: http://www.pcmech.com/show/multimedia/160/).

I'm also interested in knowing what you are using a MOSFET for in your setup.

God Bless,
Jason O

As far as I understand he only use 2 aa input battery (3volts), not using any input from a soundcard

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #75 on: July 02, 2007, 07:20:42 AM »

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #76 on: July 02, 2007, 07:28:07 AM »
Hello Brnbrade,

Nice pictures of your light bulb! It looks like you may be onto something here! I am excited about this as everyone else here is, but there is one thing I wanted to know about the sound input. I may have missed the earlier posts referring to it, but what are you using for the sound input? Is it coming from something like a sound card on your computer or an audio amplifier? We must also take into consideration the power supplied by the sound input as we all know you can have amplifiers that can output anything from 6W to 400W+ easily depending on the type. (The average sound card outputs between 1W to 5W on the speaker jack; Ref: http://www.pcmech.com/show/multimedia/160/).

I'm also interested in knowing what you are using a MOSFET for in your setup.

God Bless,
Jason O
@ Jason and All

I asked brnbrade the same question and this was his answer:
Was it a stereo head phone jack you hooked to?

It was in the exit of the I radio. Probably him already this covered with earth and it turns off automatically when has return voltage.
The volume was 30% of 100%.
More thinks that is irrelevant, because a small charge for the battery work.


If so, where  did you wire the ground of each channel?

No grounded

Cheers,
Bruce   (In the picture the jumper cable looking things are to the radio, according to earlier pictures.)

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #77 on: July 02, 2007, 08:01:45 AM »
Please note that even with the ground not connected a stereo signal from almost any device - the circuit will be complete when the audio signal phase difference is not zero.

This does not mean failure. It just means it is possible the wattage from two channels may be additive sometimes.

However, if it is coming from the headphone jack and not the speaker connection the power is much less than the rating of the amplifier.

GREAT WORK either way!

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #77 on: July 02, 2007, 08:01:45 AM »
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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #78 on: July 02, 2007, 08:02:06 AM »
Hi Bruce,

Glad to hear that his sound inputs to the coils are not grounded. Thats consistent with all of my one-wire experiments, like the one I posted on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpEYlmsMmyw

I'm still not completely satisfied about the info for the sound input. It's good to know that he is using a radio but I want to know if he is inputing the signals from an earphone jack or not. Knowing what kind of radio he has would clear this all up for me. If it's a small radio, then I'm guessing the earphone jack, but a larger one may have outputs to connect external speakers, in which case the power input could be much higher.

God Bless,
Jason O

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« Reply #79 on: July 02, 2007, 11:43:50 AM »
Hi All,

the bulb Brnbrade is using is a standard H4 halogen bulb.
From the Net:
The H4 was the world's first 2-filament halogen automotive bulb. It was introduced in Europe in 1971, and was used in many millions of European and Japanese headlamps starting in that year, but wasn't legalized in the US (where it was designated HB2 or 9003) until over two decades later, in 1992!

    *  60/55W Ultra High Output Plus 50 (Narva Rangepower+50*): $19/ea

    * 60/55W Narva Rangepower High Output Plus 30: $13/ea

    * 70/65W Osram Plus 50: $22/ea

    * 85/80W Osram Plus 50: $24/ea

    * 100/55W Narva: $17/ea

    * 100/90W Narva: $20/ea

    * 130/100W Narva: $22/ea

About H4 +50 Bulb Brands:
The H4 +50 bulbs from the big four reputable European bulb makers (Philips VisionPlus, Osram SilverStar, Narva RangePower+50, Tungsram Megalicht) are functionally identical. When we pick ten samples of each and put each one through photometric, optical comparator and life tests, there's a very narrow range of performance and life differences, and those differences are randomized among the four brands.


The one Wattage level is for low beam, the other for high beam, which sits behind a small piece of metal to give a sharp optical cutoff in order to reduce blinding of other drivers.

I would think Brnbrade is using the standard 55/60 Watt bulb.

Regards, Earl

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« Reply #80 on: July 02, 2007, 12:17:20 PM »
Hi Brnbrade,

When the lamp is light up, is the 2-cell battery connected to the circuit?

Or is the battery only connected for a very short time to give a starting pulse and then disconnected?

Is this what you want the MOSFET switch for?

I can design a circuit for you, if I understand what you need.

Regards, Earl

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #81 on: July 02, 2007, 12:45:29 PM »
The talk goes around the Farland Cook patents has been deliberatly changed.....
I do not know the reference source of where i heard it, but i am sure it was about these particulair coils.

Yes it was. And you heard it from me Marco. I made that claim a few times and the reason is simple. When you read the patent, it refers to elements in the drawing that are absent from the document. Therefore the conclusion that the drawing has been altered by simply erasing some of the circuit elements.

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #82 on: July 02, 2007, 01:28:29 PM »


Draining which amps?

Yes, will test the behavior of the mosfet in circuit.
I will try in output the red wire of the device


Sorry, but I don?t really understand you here !

Which red wire do you mean ?

Where is a MOSFET or where do you want to have MOSFET in your circuit ?

I saw, that your email address is from Brazil,
so you speak probably Spanish language,right ?

Please post here in your Spanish language.

By the way, your email address is not right.
Email to your email address is returned with
"no user exists there"

Maybe then it is getting more clear.

Do you have connected the aluminium foil to any coil ?

If not, this might just only work as a shielding of magnet fields
via eddy currents.

Brnbrade, do you have a scope, so you can show us
the output waveform ?
Is it a sinewave with a few Khz ?

What are the 2 yellow cables that are coming from below the table ?
What do you feed into them ?

Please explain more.

Many thanks.

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #83 on: July 02, 2007, 01:34:22 PM »
@ All

Please remember, with brnbrade's coils, His primary is of fine wire and is ON TOP of the larger wire, unlike you see in the patent.  ;)

And top coil primary, to bottom coil secondary.  Bottom coil primary to top coil secondary in mobius fashion.  The same on the other side.

Cheers,
Bruce

Hi Bruce,
are you in email contact with Brnbrade or where do you know this from ?

His email address he put into the forum over here bounces...
Please tell him to post in his mother native language over here.
Then he might be able to post more infos when he is here.

Many thanks.

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #83 on: July 02, 2007, 01:34:22 PM »
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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #84 on: July 02, 2007, 02:10:48 PM »
Hi, Brnbrade

Excuse me if I have some doubts, the photo with the lighting lamp is very interesting, but the way of all the wires is not clear. Is it possible to have the same photo with all the wires and the condenser and the batteries ? Before beginning a check it is necessary to understand if there are not deceits.

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #85 on: July 02, 2007, 02:25:29 PM »
verry small comment...
The language in Brazil is Portuguese!!!


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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #86 on: July 02, 2007, 02:35:25 PM »
@Stefan:
The info about which winding is on top of what been said in an earlier post by Bruce:

@ Jason & Earl

Yes, Earl's drawing is good, but a few things need to be added.  The thin 1000 wrap primary is ontop of the larger 12 awg. solid wrapped wire, which is wrapped first, and then the other wrapped over it.
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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #87 on: July 02, 2007, 02:36:03 PM »
Bruce,

I doubt the thick primary is wound first, are you sure?

From the photos it makes sense it's wound over the fine secondary.   The secondary coil, with the fine small wire, is also wound over a larger length of the rod.

I think the confusion came in over what PRIMARY means,  as  in FIRST  :)
So the FIRST winding he put down, or the PRIMARY in his vocabulary, we actualy call it the secondary,  due to the higher number of turns and thinking about transformer conventions.

EM

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #88 on: July 02, 2007, 02:36:35 PM »
@ Stefan

I have been in touch with brnbrade through the PM of your forum.  LOL   Not his email.  He tried to email the pictures to me in the beginning and I never recieved it, so I already figured there were email problems.

And Yes, the primary is the small wire and is wound directly on top of the larger, much shorter secondary as I was told.

@ Jason
Perhaps he can provide us with a photograph of the input to the radio.  As too where the yellow wires go, my guess would be to a capacitor between battery outputs and device input as he showed the other night.  But...I do not know that for sure.

@ All
Though it is possible...I do not expect deciet.  I simply see no motive.  Brnbrade PM'd me to tell me of his find, probably because I was the only one who tried to replicate the first time, while everyone was working on EM's device.  I did not have the details needed and was not successful.  It was I who talked brnbrade in to sharing this with all of you.  He was also a student of Erfinder and is very smart. 

I agree with Stefan that brnbrade should post in Spanish.  I think that it would help him much in giving us details.  Also, the device does not look hard to build.  I would suggest we scrounge some aluminum and maybe wrap one.  Someone with a scope.  Brnbrade probably does not have a scope. (a guess.)

If someone would be kind enough to guess at the size of the thin wire, based on the early pictures, that would be great and helpful to us.

Lastly, when the bulb was lit, it appears the voltmeter dropped close to zero.  BEP noticed this as did I.  What would cause that??

Happy Days!  :)
Bruce




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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #89 on: July 02, 2007, 03:02:54 PM »


Hey ALL,
Here is the question answer part of his messages to me:


Part of original PM:
I promise, I accomplish.

I made tests again with 2 cells DC 1,5v and, well... surprise output 52V AC.
I made the tests with sounds pulses and same ouver 250V AC.
Believe, the search for the overunit for me ended. Now is Real
I want that passes that for all like you can in language




They are all thinking "transformer".  I do not think this

The most intriguing is your fact to can punsar waves DC in the coils and to leave with AC.
The amper is secret for me.
However, I am sure that no this related the cells, but the secondary ones fat.


How many amps?

This related with thickness of the secondary thread. The more thick the more secondary amperes.
More doesn't have an amper reader.


How did you measure the amps?

No mesure. I no amper reader.

What size wire for primary?

Equal of the nucleus.


What size wire for secondary?

A little smaller than the core.


How many Turns of each?

Secundare + ou - 35 turns. Wire Thicker.
Primary equal the size of the core. Very fine wire.



The fine wire, what type is it?  It appears to be braided.

Fine wire in primary. More fine possible. No is braied. Coiled defult in turns.


That is it.  Enough information to experiment with, if you ask me.  Plus his post of the patent picture.  Just take into account what he has said and make the changes needed.

EM could be correct with the language barrier.  It does appear in the photo that the thicker is ON TOP of the finer in the last photo in the far most coil.

Happy Days!  :)
Bruce

 

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