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Author Topic: 2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU  (Read 6842 times)

Offline NightBlade

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2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU
« on: February 18, 2008, 06:23:34 PM »
Hi all, this is both my first post and first topic. As some background info im just a tinkerer with no formal training in engineering or physics aside from at the highschool level. My areas of OU research are in batteries, coils/magnet setups, and electrolosis. Im planning on expanding into plasmas, scalar technology, and pulse motors when i can afford better equipment and materials to experiment with. I have a youtube account under the handle madhacker2000 where I teach how to permanently charge batteries from other batteries. I have been in contact with plengo as his circuit seemed to mimic the effect I had produced yet he recently stated his batteries eventually ran down. Mine were charged using the 4 battery tesla switch arrangement as can be seen on http://www.panaceauniversity.org. I do not know if mine will run down as plengo's did as mine were always run in a straight loop with no circuitry at all, just a LED.

Anyway thats outside of the scope of this topic so I will move on. I recently broke down and built a simple TPU style coil today and it appears to amplify input power by 3 times. I don't have any current readings yet as my DMM's current reading appears to be shot. I obtained this meter second hand and you can see in my original youtube videos that I was using an analogue.

I wound my coil with 2 horizontally wound drivers radially wound with a collector each and wound an output radially around both of them.
(http://24.226.124.72/coil/c1.jpg)(http://24.226.124.72/coil/c2.jpg)(http://24.226.124.72/coil/c3.jpg)(http://24.226.124.72/coil/c4.jpg)(http://24.226.124.72/coil/c5.jpg)(http://24.226.124.72/coil/c6.jpg)
In the last image you can see a small piece of twisted wire on the bottom where I joined 2 pieces of wire that were too small to wind around the 2 coils. I connected this to a ground from a power bar, the round hole (be careful lol ;D). This was crucial to the operation. I connected the 2 driver coils together and supplied 12V AC from my soundcard into them. The meter was connected to one end of the final wire and to either end of the drive coil supply. When unconnected to my computers minijack it produces around 0.3V AC and when connected it jumps to 30V AC. I tried various frequencies in a sweep but they seemed to make little difference with or without a magnet present. The standard wave coming out of my soundcard is enough to run it fine. Without the output coil lead connected my DMM shows 3.7V AC. So there can only be 3V being collected by my meter and the other 27V must be coming from my coil unless I am somehow mistaken in my readings. Please offer any suggestions or comments and happy building.  :D

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2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU
« on: February 18, 2008, 06:23:34 PM »

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Re: 2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU
« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2008, 06:40:30 PM »
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When unconnected to my computers minijack it produces around 0.3V AC...


What do you mean by this?   Just the meter connected and no power input, and you are seeing a small reading of voltage?

Also,  I hope you know that voltage magnification is not OU.  A transformer does that nicely.

EM

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Re: 2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU
« Reply #2 on: February 18, 2008, 06:56:46 PM »
Yes, when unconnected (but grounded) it produces a small voltage 0.3V. and i am aware that voltage magnification can be done with any transformer. I am not a layman, just not an expert. As I stated I cannot get reliable amperage readings with my DMM so I cannot verify an amplification of current, this is why I titled this topic "Appears to be". Im not a fool and I do not want any false hopes. I have provided all the info about how to construct this, you would make better use of your time trying it out and verifying/debunking it with empircal evidence. I just threw this together in a half an hour, even if it doesn't work this is a first stage prototype and I have much more further experimenting to do. I mearly threw this out there for others to expand and improve upon.

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Re: 2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU
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Re: 2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU
« Reply #3 on: February 18, 2008, 07:02:43 PM »
Hartiberlin made me an elite member several months ago while we were corresponding over a new petrovoltaic battery I was developing akin to John Hutchisons so I could post my findings. I eventually concluded that the power output was too small to be of any use and i've been working on coil setups since. I started this post because it seemed interesting and relevant.

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Re: 2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU
« Reply #4 on: February 18, 2008, 07:24:35 PM »
Could you please make a cricuit diagram ?

Thank you

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Offline EMdevices

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Re: 2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU
« Reply #5 on: February 18, 2008, 07:24:38 PM »
Well, if you get a 0.3 Volt signal,   you have something to work with.   

I'll watch your youtube videos later from home, to see what you're doing exactly.  You might want to post a clearly labled circuit on where you take the measurements. 

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Re: 2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU
« Reply #6 on: February 18, 2008, 08:39:38 PM »
did you happen to notice:

-Runaway self destructing situation.
-Exessive Heat production.
-Gyroscopic effect.
-Winding up and when flipped over/shut down winding down voltage.
-Etc.

??
M.

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Re: 2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU
« Reply #7 on: February 18, 2008, 10:13:01 PM »
Hi
What other electronic things you have close to it. Try to see if it works in the yard sore some were you don't have any electronic around.

All the best.
Romeo

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Re: 2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU
« Reply #8 on: February 18, 2008, 10:16:11 PM »
@EMdevices
My videos are about tesla style battery charging and a permenent charge phenomina I came accross.

Here is the circuit diagram
(http://24.226.124.72/coil/schematic.jpg)
Pretty unconventional I know, but this configuration just made such a larger reading on my DMM than anything else. Without a GND on the green coil it only registers 5V AC.

@Marco
-It doesn't feed power back into itself
-Feels normal temp
-doesn't appear to have much if any gyroscopic effect
-there is no magnets on it and it functions the same either way

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Re: 2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU
« Reply #9 on: February 18, 2008, 10:46:01 PM »
thanks for the diagram Nightblade,

so if I understand correctly,  you are putting in 10V AC into the horizontal coils.    I though there was no input whatsoever into any wires having to do with the TPU.

So actually when you say "NOT CONNECTED", you mean that the last control winding, around both toroids, has one lead that is not touching anything.      (although, you are having a ground attachment somewhere along the coil)

EM

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Re: 2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU
« Reply #10 on: February 19, 2008, 01:31:09 AM »
@EMDevices

Hmm, thats correct I didn't notice that it was connected at the GND. I'll have to test it with the GND at the end and see if that affects the voltage.

Cheers

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Re: 2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU
« Reply #10 on: February 19, 2008, 01:31:09 AM »
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Re: 2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU
« Reply #11 on: February 19, 2008, 01:34:03 AM »
Hi Nightblade,
I still don?t fully understand how you have setup
your coils.
Is the left red wire coil just one part of the right green wire device setup ?

Also keep in mind, that you might have a potential difference fromyour soundcrad ground
to the other ground, where you supply the grounding for your TPU.
This way, if you use different grid sockets for this there is easily
a potential difference buildp.

Also please try to go out just with your
coils without any grounding away from any high voltage or
house lines and measure again only
with an analog meter..
If you only have a digital meter, make sure your
batteries are fully charged in it, so it will
not measure unreliablely.

Please report back again.
Many thanks.

Regards, Stefan.

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Re: 2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU
« Reply #12 on: February 19, 2008, 01:37:49 AM »
Theres 2 of the red coils which are unconnected to anything, wrapped with the green coil. Yes I will have to do more testing to be certain. I'd like to find a lightbulb with the right voltage so i can test out how much power is present. I will keep you updated.

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Re: 2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU
« Reply #13 on: February 19, 2008, 10:48:52 PM »
Howdy,
Take your voltmeter and put it on the AC voltage setting.  Place the ground wire on a real ground like the bare chassis of the computer, or the ground lug on the AC outlet.  Take the positive lead of the voltmeter and hold it up into the air at arms length.  You should see a small AC voltage in the air.  Take the positive lead of the voltmeter and place it on your forehead.  Do you see a little different voltage?  Now take the positive lead of the voltmeter and check other objects around the room, notice some other voltages?  Is this free energy?  No, this is stray radiated AC voltage from the AC outlet.  It gets on everything.

OK here is something else to try.  Set out you oscilloscope to be AC coupled.  Make the vertical deflection about 0.05 volt per division.  Set the horizontal deflection to around 20 milliseconds per division.  Isolate the ground clip by clipping it to the probe lead.  Stick the probe on your forehead.  You may need to adjust the vertical and horizontal deflection a little.  What you see on the oscilloscope screen is your own personal human wave.  Now take the probe and stick it on your friends forehead.  You'll see a slightly different wave.  Now the first person place your hand on the second persons arm.  The wave changes again.  Now its averaging 2 human waveforms.

The oscilloscope experiment is not as fun when the AC power is out.  Most of the "human" waveform is skin voltage which is AC voltage on your skin.  The actual human wave forms are much more feeble and you need a 60hz notch filter to eliminate the skin voltage to see them.

Fun with the Old Silly Scope...

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Re: 2 coil TPU - Appears to be OU
« Reply #14 on: March 18, 2008, 02:48:33 AM »
Its strange... I seem to recall a member mentioning something about the reading being from the differential between the GND and the sound card, however I cannot find this posting now. It would seem I jumped the gun in making this topic. It was not my intent to cause any stir, I only wanted to document my attempt at building a (hopefully) working TPU based on Steven Mark's designs. Unfortunatly I have lost my original unit :-\ and I don't have enough wire left on my spool to make another identical one, however I have an idea based on singerxyz's flux drive video on youtube that I will document and post on a new youtube account soon. Until then, im sorry I was wrong and I will try to be more thorough in my documentation and experimentation. I apologize again but I am working with the crudest of tools and donated equipment so I am limited in what I can achieve.

 

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