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Author Topic: Keppe Motor simular to Newman-Bedini combination  (Read 80154 times)

Offline gmeast

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Re: Keppe Motor simular to Newman-Bedini combination
« Reply #75 on: April 30, 2009, 03:36:47 PM »
Hi all,

Several people on the Keppe Motor Club forum have cried "foul" because they had assumed the Ver 1 Motor and Manual were OU.  Following is Keppe Motor's response.  It's candid and logical but hints that the Ver. 3 Motor/Manual could BE OU given certain conditions and circumstances.

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I hope the following information can clarify some aspects of your inquiries.

The Keppe Motor 1.0 was never intended for practical applications. It is the simplest version possible of the Keppe Motor (1 pulse, low voltage, easy-to-find ferrite block magnets, etc.) and it was intended for introduction of the principle behind this new technology based on Keppe’s Disinverted Physics, and its efficiency is actually low as you have said.
Nevertheless, much progress has been done since the first model was constructed (February-2008) and part of it is in the version 3.0. This manual gives you conditions to build (and improve by yourself) a Keppe Motor with enough output power to substitute a 50-60W conventional induction motor (squirrel cage) saving from 70 to 90% of the electric energy consumed by it.

However, perhaps some clarifications about low power induction motors are necessary here.
The 50-60W induction motors found especially in domestic fans are very inefficient, ranging from 3 to 20% efficiency at most. Actually you can regard them more as “tea-heaters” than motors themselves. This means that, from 60W they consume from the grid, they produce no more than 10W in average of output power. There are practical reasons for this low efficiency and if you want to have a more efficient fan for example you need a better motor, which costs much more and is more complicate to build. These low power induction motors are used for cost reasons and because they are easy to build, which make them attractive to the market.
Nevertheless, when we speak about energy savings, they may be consider “blood suckers” of the grid and we need other alternatives.
Here is exactly where the Keppe Motor enters the scene. The Keppe Motor is able to do the same mechanical work with 70 to 90% less consumption of energy, even though its efficiency is not high.

A practical example:
A renowned manufacturer here in Brazil manufactures 60W domestic fans with 3 speeds. The first speed is 560 rpm and consumes 49W, the second speed is 850 rpm and consumes 62W and the third speed is 1085 rpm and consumes 70W.
These figures (speeds and consumptions) were measured in our lab with accurate equipment.

The torque tests revealed that the mechanical output power in these three speeds were 1.3W for 560 rpm, 5.6W for 850 rpm and 12.1W for 1085 rpm. With these results we obtain the following efficiencies for this conventional motor (squirrel cage induction motor):

First speed (560 rpm) → efficiency (η) = 1.3/49 = 0.0265 or η1 = 2.7%
Second speed (850 rpm) → η = 5.6/62 = 0.0903 or η2 = 9.0%
Third speed (1085 rpm) → η = 12.1/70 = 0.1729 or η3 = 17.3%

As we can see, the efficiency of this motor is very low.
When we substituted it for an equivalent Keppe Motor, the consumptions dropped dramatically as follows:

First speed (560 rpm): from 49W to 3.9W, therefore η1’ = 1.3/3.9 = 0,333 or η1’ = 33.3%
Second speed (850 rpm): from 62W to 15.2W, therefore η2’ = 5.6/15.2 = 0,368 or η2’ = 36.8%
Third speed (1,085 rpm): from 70W to 33.9W, therefore η3’ = 12.1/33.9 = 0.357 or η3’ = 35.7%

Some comments about these results:
1) It turns out clear that efficiency is very different from energy savings in relation to the conventional motor, that is:

The efficiency of the Keppe Motor (in the simplest version) is less than 40% in the three speeds, nevertheless it saves (49-3.9)W=45.1W in the first speed, (62-15.2)W=46.8W in the second speed and (70-33.9)W=36.1W in the third speed.
This gives 45.1/49 = 92% energy savings for the first speed, 46.8/62 = 75% energy savings for the second speed and 36.1/70 = 52% energy savings for the third speed.

This data leads to the conclusion that the Keppe Motor saves between 75 and 92% energy within the work range between 49 and 62W of the conventional motor and this is pretty much in accordance with what has been claimed so far.
The energy savings begins to drop below 70% around 950 rpm and the data confirms that when we get 52% energy savings for the fastest speed of 1,085 rpm.
2) The efficiency of the Keppe Motor in its simplest version is fantastic, even if it is below 40%, because of the constructive impossibilities to build an equivalent low power conventional motor with low cost and such simplicity.
3) The Keppe Motor can achieve much better efficiencies (about 50%) if it works with a second coil and better yet (about 70%) if works with the second coil and domestic voltages (127 or 220Volts).
4) However, it must be said that the principle applied to the first motor (the 1.0 version motor) has already led the Keppe Motor team to achieve overunity results. Nevertheless it requires the use of the “Electromagnetic Turbo System”, which is a system designed by the inventors to use the capacity the Keppe Motor has to work as an electric generator to retro-feed the coils.
With this EM Turbo System the Keppe Motor can reach efficiencies as high as 150% (we mean Efficiency, Output/Input superior to 150%, not energy savings in relation to other motor!) at 150Volts, with 60W mechanical output. This means the Keppe Motor overunity consumes 40W and produces 60W at the present stage of development.

The Keppe Motor Manual version 3.0 does not bring the EM Turbo System, nevertheless it gives the schematics of the optical switching circuit and the circuit with relays we still use in laboratory (easy to build) attached to the coil to make tests for many pulses. With this motor 3.0 you will have 10W output power to run fans or any other practical application (remember: 10W is output power, not rated power). The Keppe Motor version 1.0 has just some milliwatts of output, but 3 or 4W output are enough to run a fan!!! In other words, 10W can easily do some useful work for you with very low electric consumption!
A hint: if you get this manual version 3.0, try to wind a second coil around the first and add two more pulses to see the result. You’ll start to see that the principle behind the Keppe Motor can easily lead to an overunity motor.

In regard to the Keppe Motor overunity, the Association STOP the Destruction of the World (holder of the patent rights) is taking care of the certification and will make it available in proper time.

Hope to have been of help.
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Offline ZaPHoN

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Re: Keppe Motor simular to Newman-Bedini combination
« Reply #76 on: February 11, 2010, 05:08:55 AM »
The Best way to deal with a fraud trying to take money from sheep is to make what they peddle freely available.

If anyone has the manuals I'll put them on a server they can't touch so everyone can download it.

Two things we all must battle:

1. Corporate greed that does not serve a commons of all mankind
2. Scammers trying to fleece the sheep

I for one am fed up with the crap claims hiding behind convenient conspiracies to justify not sharing their professed holy cause to better mankind unless it is bound with blind faith and a check.

If I find those manuals I'll post the link so they can be freely downloaded for the whole world.

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Re: Keppe Motor simular to Newman-Bedini combination
« Reply #77 on: October 26, 2010, 05:41:01 PM »
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Offline kampen

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Re: Keppe Motor simular to Newman-Bedini combination
« Reply #78 on: October 26, 2010, 08:22:46 PM »
Dear caccr2000,

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Please check update this so we can have access.

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Re: Keppe Motor simular to Newman-Bedini combination
« Reply #79 on: October 27, 2010, 03:19:56 PM »
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Re: Keppe Motor simular to Newman-Bedini combination
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Re: Keppe Motor simular to Newman-Bedini combination
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Offline dasimpson

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Re: Keppe Motor simular to Newman-Bedini combination
« Reply #83 on: December 22, 2010, 02:54:50 AM »
sorry this is just another simple pulse motor with a second coil to take the movemnt of the magnet pasing the coil and turn it into eletricity again
he has just copyed somthing that has allready been done and put his name on it

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Re: Keppe Motor simular to Newman-Bedini combination
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