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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #15 on: August 17, 2005, 04:30:48 AM »
Hi Jim,
the wiring direction per coil is very important.
Did you wire them all right or left turn ?

If you wire one coil left turn and the next one right turn,
it really is a total different device then, cause the flux is
adding or canceling.
So, how did you wind the coils and how did you
place them  ontop the core ?
Are all coils wound into the same direction aroud the core ?

Regards, Stefan.

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #16 on: August 17, 2005, 04:42:32 PM »
Here is an updated version from Jim. He writes:

Hi Stefan,
 
    Someone pointed out a couple of goof-ups in the HOPE instructions so I fixed them. I've attached the newer updated version for everyone. I'm sure to be doing this again fairly soon so be prepared, lol. I'll try to find out which way the coils were wraped and placed on the core for you as soon as possible. However I'm not going to disasemble anything until the engineer's get here and help design that amp circuit to provide feedback so we can see if we can achieve a loop in the system. Seems like we should be able to but I'm gonna count my chicken's just yet, lol.
 
Cheers,
 
Jim

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #17 on: August 17, 2005, 07:46:03 PM »
Hi Jim,

Please can you do the following measurements ?

Take just 60 Hz from an external  transformer and feed
this as the input to the HOPE.

Then note the input AC voltage and the input current via
normal AC-60 Hz meters.
Don?t use any load at the output yet.
Write down  the input voltage and the input current at 60 hz.

Now get a 10 or 50 or  100 Ohm resistor ( with the right wattage)
and put it into the output.

Now again write down the the input voltage and the input current
and also write down the output voltage across the load resistor and
please send me these values, so we can see, how it works.

Many thanks,
Regards, Stefan.

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #18 on: August 20, 2005, 01:01:29 PM »
Hi,

Jim, have you already done the measurements as proposed by Stefan ?
I would really like to see them.

regards,
Markus

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #19 on: August 20, 2005, 02:16:24 PM »
Jim said to me, he fried his DVMs and still has to get new ones.

Hopefully he will soon make this test.

Regards, Stefan.

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #20 on: August 20, 2005, 10:03:40 PM »
More important is the information about the winding-orientation of the coils!
In Jims last update of the HOPE-Manual I miss this info.

Not that I rebuild this generator already the next days, but this could
be a source of error for a rebuild.

Regards, Gast

PS: Stefan, what do you think?: To get compareable result of voltages on input and output of the HOPE-generator (when it runs on AC feeding with sound) Jim have to rectify the AC to DC and meassure the DC volts/amperes.
« Last Edit: August 21, 2005, 12:32:26 AM by Gast »

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #21 on: August 20, 2005, 10:11:37 PM »
This could be helpful to understand the?function of the HOPE generator:

http://www.intalek.com/Index/Projects/Research/Handout3.pdf

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #22 on: August 20, 2005, 11:43:28 PM »
Hi Jim and Stephan,

Three questions here :

1) wiring-configuration
2) simple calorimetric test ( also not performed by Jln-Labs )
3) to BushWacker : power-output of your soundcard ?

1)

"Initial  Wiring  Configuration  for  the  HOPE  Generator" above sub-heading : "Step #15".

In this diagramm two violett-Lines from Stereo Audio Output ( right Channel Bare and Left Channel -White)
lead to a connector-point which leads to where ? These connectors are outside the "connector strips"

2) It interesting that JLN-Labs stopped the MEG-Device-Activities at the same point :
   Using fluorescent bulbs for Power-Output-Tests. Nothing else happended after this point only vague
   statements by Bearden about problems which seem to be unsolvable.
   It is not possible to make a clear statement of the effective power flowing into these bulbs, only
   estimating by comparing the brightness to normal powered fluorescent bulbs.

   The best way would be a thermal-restistor heating up a definite amount (volume) of water in a given
   period, measuring the temperature-difference and calculate the power in Joule-Dimension.

   I would advice all interested folks to wait until this test or the one Stephan has proposed is performed and prooves
   cop > 1. Otherwise a lot of people waste time and money in order to find out later that
   they face the same problem as Jln-Labs. This test is a minimum-demand which can be done by the inventor.
   Why should a lot of people start building this device all over again ? It exists already and additional testing
   does not need that amount of effort than to build 10 new HOPE-Devices.

3) To Jim : What is the poweroutput of your soundcard ?

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #23 on: August 21, 2005, 03:00:01 AM »
>"In this diagramm two violett-Lines from Stereo Audio Output ( right Channel Bare and Left Channel -White)
>lead to a connector-point which leads to where ? These connectors are outside the "connector strips"

It seems these are the ground lines from both amplifier channels and are tied there together
at this ground shielding plate.

He drives only the upper right and the lower left small coil in SERIES and
this might be the trick, that as the fluxchange is compensating this way the
input coils are not affected by the changing output coils and this no more
power is drawn from the input, when the output changes !

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #24 on: August 21, 2005, 04:36:39 AM »
Jim writes:

Hi Stefan,
 
    This latest update on the HOPE assembly instructions is an important update. I am in the middle of building a second unit and found that the 1 inch disc magnets will not work. There would be no room for the primary coils to fit in there proper places if someone were to try and use 1" diameter magnets unless they were to make the output coils spools .50" shorter width-wise. There is a way around this but I don't have the time to write an extended version of the instructions at this time. There are also a few other minor changes. BTW, I tried a small mini amplifier unit that is sold at Radio Shack here in the states, and the feedback from this little thing is enough to kick up the voltage to 180v. I can hardly wait to see what we can do with better amp circuit which is tuned to the proper feedback frequency, but I guess I have to.
 
Cheers,
 
Jim

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #25 on: August 25, 2005, 01:48:59 PM »
Any news about the HOPE generator ?

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #26 on: August 25, 2005, 03:48:03 PM »
Since my questions and the strategy for furhter steps( posted 20.Aug. 90:43:28 h) seem to be not noticed or accepted, I tend to believe that the HOPE suffers the same fate like the MEG.Very sad. We should learn to finish one thing ( especially effective output-tests) before starting new HOPE-Vesions, thus facing new tecnical problems and raising new questions.

By the way it was never said by Bushwalker that this device is a OU-Machine.

Regards Kator01

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #27 on: September 01, 2005, 05:57:49 PM »
Any news about Jim,...is he still alive ?

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #28 on: October 02, 2005, 02:28:31 AM »
Hmm, any news about the HOPE unit..?
It's a little bit too quite.

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #29 on: October 02, 2005, 02:51:15 AM »
Hmm, any news about the HOPE unit..?
It's a little bit too quite.

I have received a couple of private communications from Jim in the past week. He has built a second Hope unit, and made some further modifications, also sent me an image of the thing putting out 390vac @ 880Hz. He is also experiencing some environmental interference (nearby heavy underground construction) which makes the thing a little unpredictable.

What is needed at this point, IMO is a controller device that drives the Hope generator, instead of using the computer soundcard. I have a basic conceptual design for it and have started scoping out parts. The basic components would be a logic device that senses voltage and or current coming out of the unit, that adjusts a variable-frequency oscillator for the optimal resonant frequency. Part of what Jim was finding was the optimal frequency would change from place to place and time to time, so there needs to be a detection and logic circuit that automatically adjusts to the optimal frequency, which would then get passed thru a hi-gain low power amplifier and fed into the Hope generator. The output would I think get rectified and converted to DC, and passed through a high-voltage regulator.

That's my basic idea at this point. This would isolate the unit from any external input (except probably a 9V battery to power the electronics), and regulate the output. Later the electronics could probably be self-powered from a seperate output coil on the hope unit itself.

If there is anyone else interested in developing this design further, I suggest we create a new forum for the Hope Generator, and coordinate our ideas and activities there.

Love and Blessings,

Arinaya