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Author Topic: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP  (Read 22259 times)

Offline innovation_station

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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
« Reply #15 on: October 13, 2008, 04:37:47 PM »
here is a picture of a cheep invertor i will be adding in this unit too

it can deliver 60 watts continous..   i dont really need that much power but it is always good to have a little more than you need

so now  it looks like i will have my 12vdc 1 amp out plus a 110 feed at 60 watts ...

so

the upgrade for this unit is now in my head.....

it will plug n play with this unit and we will step it up a notch..... with the add on ;)

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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
« Reply #15 on: October 13, 2008, 04:37:47 PM »

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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
« Reply #16 on: October 13, 2008, 10:09:29 PM »
for use with security camreas  and wireless access points

i will do a blue print dwg


and my design

the orignal power comes from a small solar pannel

ist

Hi
I fell for the title of wireless power supplies thinking you had come up with something new.
What are you talking about?
A solar Panel is not considered a wireless Power Supply just another source of energy like a Battery.
If you were transmitting some form of energy derived by your solar panel or the house current via aether and converting it to useful power  like tesla did, then you truly have achieved just what your heading indicates.
All other its just providing solar power which is nothing new .
If I am missing something here  please correct me.
professor

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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
« Reply #17 on: October 14, 2008, 04:13:44 PM »
indeed

you and most of the rest of u missed the WHOLE POINT     lol!!

i can take the solar away will that make you happy.....


the point is my bank is charged from the zpe......then it is cascaded  ;)  amped if u will....

yes im sure i can figure out wireless transfer of power.....  in fact .... well i wont go there ....

ist

my unit is a wireless reciever...  oh its a transmitter too!!!



i designed the plug n play upgrade last night it will take the output from this unit wich it totally free VIA SOLAR AND RE CAPTURE AND CONVERSION

that will become my in put to my IST MKC and there will be 3 of em in the up grade .....  they will charge a car battery..... or battery bank....

now if you are concerned about the solar remove it and tap off the car battery....  to close the loop

if you are looking to transfer power wirelessly like tesla .....

well then

this is not the place for this   altho i have some designs floating round my head on teslas wireless power.....

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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
« Reply #17 on: October 14, 2008, 04:13:44 PM »
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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
« Reply #18 on: October 15, 2008, 04:11:30 AM »
indeed

you and most of the rest of u missed the WHOLE POINT     lol!!

i can take the solar away will that make you happy.....


the point is my bank is charged from the zpe......then it is cascaded  ;)  amped if u will....

yes im sure i can figure out wireless transfer of power.....  in fact .... well i wont go there ....

ist

my unit is a wireless reciever...  oh its a transmitter too!!!



i designed the plug n play upgrade last night it will take the output from this unit wich it totally free VIA SOLAR AND RE CAPTURE AND CONVERSION

that will become my in put to my IST MKC and there will be 3 of em in the up grade .....  they will charge a car battery..... or battery bank....

now if you are concerned about the solar remove it and tap off the car battery....  to close the loop

if you are looking to transfer power wirelessly like tesla .....

well then

this is not the place for this   altho i have some designs floating round my head on teslas wireless power.....


Sorry I don't get it!
 I am sure you will make someone else happy. if nothing else you seem to enjoy yourself doing what you are doing.
Please don't misunderstand me I really can't see the point Sorry Maybe a schematic rather than pictures  would help to bring your point across.
professor

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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
« Reply #19 on: October 15, 2008, 06:24:39 AM »
youtube joule theif...


that is what i am useing....

the curcuit will be drawen.....  when i can squeeze it in ......


the point is this is cold electricty converted to hot ,,,,  it is not the battery im reading on my meter.... it is the battery plus the GOOD STUFF... ;)

just try to use the power with out the use of a led or a diode or a cap

just see if it is real power of faluse power lol

its all real just most in this world dont know how to use it.....

a shame....

ist

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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
« Reply #20 on: October 15, 2008, 11:54:14 AM »
Do I understand this device properly?
You built 2 Joule Thief circuits on one circuit board with the toroidal transformers in close proximity to each other.
You are feeding current into one and extracting current from the other.
There is no physical connection between the 2 toroids thus the reason you call it wireless.
From the pictures it looks like you have a short antenna wire connected to each 1k resistor.

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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
« Reply #21 on: October 15, 2008, 11:43:01 PM »
Do I understand this device properly?
You built 2 Joule Thief circuits on one circuit board with the toroidal transformers in close proximity to each other.
You are feeding current into one and extracting current from the other.
There is no physical connection between the 2 toroids thus the reason you call it wireless.
From the pictures it looks like you have a short antenna wire connected to each 1k resistor.


they are independent of one another each will charge  3 batteryies the bank will be discharged as 1 12 vdc source

ist

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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
« Reply #22 on: October 16, 2008, 12:40:18 AM »
Hey IS. whats the adress up there. I want to send ya a nice bright lamp so i can see your pics.. :)

Edit: I guess you need to download them. otherwise they look like they are under a blacklight.. Wierd man.. wierd..

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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
« Reply #23 on: October 16, 2008, 06:12:38 PM »
Hey IS. whats the adress up there. I want to send ya a nice bright lamp so i can see your pics.. :)

Edit: I guess you need to download them. otherwise they look like they are under a blacklight.. Wierd man.. wierd..

this is odd

i will take you up on your offer my friend... 8)

check out  ISTEAM.CA  we will be online shortly....  and the !STORE  soon after...

there you will find contact infos....

william

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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
« Reply #23 on: October 16, 2008, 06:12:38 PM »
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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
« Reply #24 on: October 16, 2008, 06:28:07 PM »

So how do you use this false power?  I built one of these thiefs, but it doesn't seem to be more than increasing voltage at the expense of the amperage.

(http://img88.imageshack.us/img88/2272/img5038wv9.jpg)

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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
« Reply #25 on: October 16, 2008, 07:31:39 PM »
i do not beleave that is the case

altho i have not scoped the output

that will tell the tale....

ist

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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
« Reply #26 on: October 17, 2008, 03:16:10 AM »
i do not beleave that is the case

altho i have not scoped the output

that will tell the tale....

ist

Don't need a scope just use volt and amp meter and do your math.
professor

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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
« Reply #27 on: October 17, 2008, 04:24:08 AM »
Don't need a scope just use volt and amp meter and do your math.
professor
if u use a scope you will see the spikes i woluld expect to see spikes but if spikes are not present than

well

you may well be correct but i just donot think the later is the case as i have done this many many many ways ....

yep

can you lite 45 leds from 1 tiny ring i can and have a long time ago..  yes they are all 3vdc leds with the use of a single aaa battery....

ist

i know for fact that i am correct and if i am not well time to learn somthing new!!!!!

just change the freq of the coil and see what happins if you lower the freq well the lights are not as bright and may not even lite

to change the freq change the resistor

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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
« Reply #28 on: October 17, 2008, 04:31:40 AM »
So how do you use this false power?  I built one of these thieves, but it doesn't seem to be more than increasing voltage at the expense of the amperage.

(http://img88.imageshack.us/img88/2272/img5038wv9.jpg)

rectify it...... dump it in a cap....  and then put it to work....

ist

sound formilliar?   lol :)

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Re: IST'S WIRELESS POWER SUPPLYIES 12 VDC 1 AMP
« Reply #29 on: November 02, 2008, 08:41:31 PM »
I'm thinking of using soft steel washers to build the coil part.
Any update info?

 

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