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Re: Infinity Coil
« Reply #60 on: July 24, 2008, 06:10:34 PM »
Howdy Wattsup,

I measured the resistance of a 8 primaries in series, which was 2.5 ohms.  Keep in mind that the primaries are 20 gauge stranded wire.  So that is around 0.4 ohms each.  I need to measure each coil individually so that I can document the tolerance, resistance, inductance and Q.  I have a crude Gauss meter which I use to feel the magnetic field.  The Gauss meter is me holding a magnet.  I send a low frequency wave into the coil and feel around the cores, holding the magnet in my hand, to determine the limits of the magnetic field.  As the voltage goes up the field definitely gets larger.  I have several compasses also.

I am not seeing favorable results with the eight primary coils hooked up in series.  So, the next test that I had planned on performing is EMDevices Cook Transformer setup.  See the Hubbard Coil thread for details.  Then we are going to look at alternate arrangements.  Looking at Tesla's work is not a bad idea.  Hubbard lived in the time when both Tesla and Moray did.  I have grown great respect for all three.  There are many factors to this device, so testing every possible configuration could be a time intensive and costly endeavor.  I had hoped to limit the time and expense by building a durable core that is reconfigurable.  This way when one theory doesn't pan out we can relatively painlessly reconfigure the device to try another arrangement.

A note on driving the coils.  I have built a fixed frequency generator to stimulate the coil.  What I lack is the flexibility for testing.  I have to replace caps on a board, and readjust two potentiometers.  I plan on adding a multiposition switch for switching in different caps for the band adjustment.  Then I want to get a 20 turn stereo potentiometer to do the fine frequency adjustment.  So, in essence, I am building an adjustable frequency generator for testing this coil.  Oh, sure, I could just go buy one, but where is the fun in that?

Blessed Be Brothers...

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Re: Infinity Coil
« Reply #60 on: July 24, 2008, 06:10:34 PM »

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Re: Infinity Coil
« Reply #61 on: July 25, 2008, 01:54:01 AM »
Howdy Y'all,

I have been looking at this schematic for quite a while.  At first I had discounted it, thinking there was no designer name and date.  Anyone could have made this drawing and it doesn't jive with my conception of the device.  But, then there was that nagging feeling that there is something that I am overlooking here.  Just one of them things, ya know...  So while I have the coil in a series configuration I am going to try this before I proceed with the EMDevices version of the wiring plan for the Hubbard Coil.  I have a DC to AC driver board already setup to run at 400 Hertz.  I also have a power rectifier board setup for AC to DC conversion.  So I should be able to replicate the schematic on the test bench, albeit with out the step up and step down transformers.  So I will be directly driving the center coil.  Then rectifying the output of the eight peripheral coils to recharge the driver circuit battery and a load.

So were off on a tangent...

Blessed Be Brothers...

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Re: Infinity Coil
« Reply #62 on: July 26, 2008, 08:42:57 AM »
Definitely worth trying since you already have it setup!

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« Reply #62 on: July 26, 2008, 08:42:57 AM »
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Re: Infinity Coil
« Reply #63 on: July 26, 2008, 01:49:55 PM »
Broli you misunderstod what I had sad.I did not tell him that he wasted the time.
I meant that it was a pity for all that time with little results.
Yes even me I don't want to get in to much ping pong conversation for bullsh..t.
Ok ok have a nice day
Bye.

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Re: Infinity Coil
« Reply #64 on: July 26, 2008, 11:29:02 PM »
it seems you have your transformers backwards.

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Re: Infinity Coil
« Reply #65 on: July 27, 2008, 02:48:16 AM »
it seems you have your transformers backwards.

Your right.. the ones in the schematic are backwards.  Labeled correctly but symbol is wrong.

Jason

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Re: Infinity Coil
« Reply #66 on: July 27, 2008, 03:03:47 AM »
Howdy Y'all,

I am not going to use the transformers.  I am going to directly drive the center coil with the Analog Driver Board, and then use the power directly as AC.  I'll take RMS AC (volt and amp) readings on the drive side, and RMS AC (volt and amp) readings on the output side and compare them.  I think I posted a schematic of the Analog Driver Board at the beginning of this thread.  It is a biamped audio driver board which has a sinewave generator as its input.  I am planning on drawing AC off the output coils to power a load (resistive light bulb) and as rectified DC to recharge the battery.

I'm getting there.  I just have to assemble the components.  Had to take some time off, been bustin' ass too much and I am really, really tired...

Blessed Be Brothers...

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Re: Infinity Coil
« Reply #67 on: July 29, 2008, 08:51:03 AM »
Hi z.monkey,

How is this project coming?

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Re: Infinity Coil
« Reply #68 on: July 29, 2008, 01:33:17 PM »
Howdy 4Tesla,

Got the Infinity Transformer wired up Sunday morning.  Then had to do obligatory family stuff and take a nap.  Sunday night got the Analog Driver Board setup to do 400 Hertz.  Spent a while troubleshooting.  Finally got the sine wave input into the device.  Right now I am driving the center coil with a 6.5 Volt sine wave, and you can see in the picture there is a 2.89 VAC on the secondary.  That waveform is very odd.  So its not working correctly yet.

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Re: Infinity Coil
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Re: Infinity Coil
« Reply #69 on: July 29, 2008, 01:43:43 PM »
Howdy Y'all,

So I am thinking that there should only be one wind of #26 magnet wire on each core.  The cores need to be even closer together than they already are.  I am quickly coming to the conclusion that the Hubbard Coil IS an Alternating Current Transformer with some special properties, like extra power gain.  It is not self sustaining by itself.  It needs to be driven by Alternating Current, and its output is Alternating Current.  In the Hubbard Coil Schematic above (or on the last page) there is a note that there is 3X power gain through the transformer.  Well, that is a pretty respectable power gain (300%) so that is my new goal for the moment.  Hubbard must have had some form of power inverter, and then a rectifier/filter board so that the drive and recharge circuitry could use a normal rechargeable battery.

I definitely need a better inverter circuit.  The Analog Driver Board is using TDA2003 Audio Power Amp ICs and is limited to 12 watts RMS Power.  I really need something on the order of a couple hundred watts up to a kilowatt.  So we are looking at a redesign of the inverter circuit.  Also want to get some meatier batteries, like 25 Amp Hours SLABs, (Sealed Lead Acid Batteries).  Here is a screen shot of my synthesized sine wave...

Blessed Be Brothers...

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Re: Infinity Coil
« Reply #70 on: July 31, 2008, 12:59:45 PM »
Howdy Y'all,

OK, I found a new inverter circuit on the internet.

http://www.aaroncake.net/circuits/inverter.asp

This one is beefy, up to a kilowatt, Whoo Hoo!  It is a relatively simple circuit with meaty parts that self oscillates at 60 Hertz.  It is tunable also by altering the C1and C2 tantalum caps.  The guy that designed it intended to use it to step up 12 Volt vehicle power to run small AC appliances.  Well, now its going into OverUnity Land.  I have the parts, managed to pick them all up last night at the local surplus electronics store.  So I still have to assemble the inverter board.  I'll have to do some experimenting to determine how I want to hook up the Infinity Coil.

I still have the second core to play with.  I haven't wound it yet.  The theory of the Infinity Coil is still in flux and I may wind the second core in a very different way.  I'll post all the details when I get my thinking straight on the subject.  We need to use big wire on the cores to achieve high current flow, But I am thinking that stranded wire with thick insulation might not be the way to go.  It is something that I am going to have to experiment with to find the best combination.  Cater says you want heavy wire with thick insulation, while my brain is telling me I want heavy wire with thin insulation.  Its a flux flow thing between the wire and the core, we'll figure it out...

Blessed Be Brothers...

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Re: Infinity Coil
« Reply #71 on: July 31, 2008, 09:03:03 PM »
For 1000W Q1 and Q2 will need to add up to at least 100 Amps each.
What are the values of the rest of the parts?
Could you please post a parts list for us?

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« Reply #72 on: July 31, 2008, 09:40:45 PM »
Howdy AbbaRue,

Yeah, I'll have to get some hardcore transistors for Q1 and Q2 like the IRFZ44.
Right now using 2N3055.

Here is the Bill of Material...

C1 and C2 are 68uF 25 Volt tantalum capacitors
R1 and R2 are 10 ohm, 5 watt power resistors
R3 and R4 are 180 ohm, 1 watt power resistors
D1 and D2 are 1N4007 silicon diodes
Q1 and Q2 are 2N3055 power transistors TO3 package with heatsinks.
T1 is the center coil of the Infinity Transformer.

I have the board already built.  I'll post a picture tonight when I get home.  Plan on doing the first test with the new inverter tonight.  This must be a tease for you all watching.  I have a lot of configurations to try and they do not happen quickly.  If I find a configuration that I like and don't want to take apart I have to build a new transformer, not quick or easy.  Otherwise I have to take apart the current configuration and rebuild it as another configuration.  But the plus side is I am relatively quickly eliminating the configurations that do not work and making progress toward the configuration that does work.  Hopefully within a couple of weeks I will have ferreted out the magic combination and we will have an OverUnity Infinity Transformer.  I am ready for that prize money, I have certainly spent more than the prize money trying to win.  But its all good, and in the end everybody wins with a new OverUnity generator we can use to power all our stuff.

Blessed Be Brothers...

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Re: Infinity Coil
« Reply #73 on: August 01, 2008, 02:27:36 AM »
Howdy Y'all,

OK, I found a new inverter circuit on the internet.

http://www.aaroncake.net/circuits/inverter.asp

This one is beefy, up to a kilowatt, Whoo Hoo!  It is a relatively simple circuit with meaty parts that self oscillates at 60 Hertz.  It is tunable also by altering the C1and C2 tantalum caps.  The guy that designed it intended to use it to step up 12 Volt vehicle power to run small AC appliances.  Well, now its going into OverUnity Land.  I have the parts, managed to pick them all up last night at the local surplus electronics store.  So I still have to assemble the inverter board.  I'll have to do some experimenting to determine how I want to hook up the Infinity Coil.

I still have the second core to play with.  I haven't wound it yet.  The theory of the Infinity Coil is still in flux and I may wind the second core in a very different way.  I'll post all the details when I get my thinking straight on the subject.  We need to use big wire on the cores to achieve high current flow, But I am thinking that stranded wire with thick insulation might not be the way to go.  It is something that I am going to have to experiment with to find the best combination.  Cater says you want heavy wire with thick insulation, while my brain is telling me I want heavy wire with thin insulation.  Its a flux flow thing between the wire and the core, we'll figure it out...

Blessed Be Brothers...

I was looking a the site where you got the schematic and it seems a lot of people have had problems with it.. I would test it first with the 24V, center tapped transformer first and then use your transformer.

Jason

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« Reply #74 on: August 01, 2008, 02:52:48 AM »
Howdy Y'all,

4Tesla, Yes I had considered that.  I powered it up the first time with a bank of D Cell batteries (12Volts).  I want to run it on 12 Volts to be compatible with modern systems.  It worked good with slightly used D Cell batteries.  I could hear the transistors singing.  There was around 11.5 Volts AC on the output coils and I was happy.  OK, time to kick it up a notch.  I took the bank of D Cells off the board, removed the wiring for them, and hooked up a 7 Amp 12 Volt SLAB.  I was thinking that I had really simplified the system.  I'll be able to run the system feedback on 2 wires instead of 3.  I'll be able to make a simpler circuit that is easier to replicate.  The whole system was crystallizing in my mind, I could SEE it.  Free energy is just a millimeter away.  I got everything hooked up.  Put my meter probes on the input terminals for the inverter board to watch the voltage drop on the battery, and switched it on.  It sang beautifully, and loudly.  There was only half the voltage drop as the was with the bank of D Cells.  Then everything went dead.  CRAP!  The Back EMF from the Infinity Transformer blew every piece of silicon on the board.  DEAD, TOTALLY DEAD!  No more voltage drop, there was no more current flowing.  I was afraid of this, using 35 year old parts to drive a super inductive load.  I feel like such a sucker...

Blessed Be Brothers...

 

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