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Title: Ronald Brandt 1983 Converter
Post by: dani1 on July 21, 2008, 11:50:32 PM
Hello all,
Did someone here build this converter from http://www.icehouse.net/john1/tesla.html ? I want to test this with Ni-CD to power a laptop. Has someone specifications for S1-S6, the used diodes and the osc. here?

Thanks (and good luck)
Title: Re: Ronald Brandt 1983 Converter
Post by: Thaelin on October 21, 2008, 08:26:27 AM
   Check out ash over at panacea, he is in the test phase right now. Posting on EVGRAY
but not sure if he is here as well.
   My setup, manually switched did extend the run time but still did run down. Used 5 amp
batts and was drawing 1.5 amps which did run much longer than if I just did a direct hook
of all 4 in parallel.

thaelin
Title: Re: Ronald Brandt 1983 Converter
Post by: Paul-R on October 21, 2008, 03:42:25 PM
This is the "Tesla Switch".
Paul.
Title: Re: Ronald Brandt 1983 Converter
Post by: cosmo1979 on June 16, 2012, 04:38:22 PM
i have built 3 to date  2nd one worked the best with mechanical commutator and relays   solid state one seems to run batteries down unequal.  in route to building a larger one and fitt it to an electric golf cart    to see if it will work
Title: Re: Ronald Brandt 1983 Converter
Post by: DeanChristin on September 13, 2012, 02:48:49 PM
Is it easy for for you to work on this? How will you manage to work with mechanical commutator?



achat appartement neuf (http://www.selogerneuf.com/)
Title: Re: Ronald Brandt 1983 Converter
Post by: Paul-R on September 13, 2012, 04:38:31 PM
i have built 3 to date  2nd one worked the best with mechanical commutator and relays
There are reasons why this might be expected. Sparks tend to feature in some
OU devices.

Have you seen this ebook? See Page 5.
http://www.free-energy-info.co.uk/Chapter5.pdf