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Offline Mannix

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Re: EMdevices' TPU with batteries in it
« Reply #90 on: July 23, 2007, 12:25:23 AM »


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Re: EMdevices' TPU with batteries in it
« Reply #91 on: July 23, 2007, 09:21:15 PM »
ok  but a see only 3 volts batery << sony>>whit 1 tranzistor ho oscilations iuse  for increasy the voltagy in to 90 volts  i dont see 10 batery here
is loke like simple oscilator whit feryth core whit primary and secundary  coil secundary coli goes to anther primari coil whitout core  and there hi generated high frekfency ho is generated in anther colector coil ho is out whit high puls oscilations whit speed  diode ho created dc out voltage  ok

andersten   i simple  my teory is 
   you make oscilator whit <mosfet  trasistor i mean push pull circuits  >>  then oscilation whit created  and increase the voltage whit high frek.  then the out  high fre. whit high voltge  going  in anther  primary  << or control coil  ho is not in the core  then in the auround this primary or comtrol coil is made anther colector coil  ho is out is put  speed diode  whit cap  to created the dc out 90 volts     
 i dont see 10  nine volts here ??????????????????????????????????????????????????   ok  to move elektrones in the wire  you need high  voltge  whit  high  speed  then you get moving elektrones  in the colector coil  that   i anderstend  i dont andrsten 10 batery   of nine volts
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Re: EMdevices' TPU with batteries in it
« Reply #92 on: July 23, 2007, 10:05:37 PM »
   Tell you what, forget all the parts, all the wire, the coils, the caps everything. Now all you have in front of you is 8 12v batteries. Hook them up in series and put a light bulb to it. Bingo,,,, it lites up.



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Re: EMdevices' TPU with batteries in it
« Reply #93 on: July 26, 2007, 11:18:44 PM »
The important things shown here are the single frequency oscillator inside the ring and the bridge diode & capacitor outside.


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EMdevices' TPU with batteries in it
« Reply #94 on: July 27, 2007, 10:06:41 AM »
Hi Mannix, hi All,

I put on my x-ray glasses and saw the image below.
Not a ferrite-cored torroid, but a battery-cored torroid covered by cardboard.

In fact, you can not even trust your eyes concerning a 9V block battery.

Even these have been hacked.

The only thing that can be trusted:  multiple replications.

Regards, Earl