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Author Topic: Bill?s new xPOD device !  (Read 4965 times)

Offline hartiberlin

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Bill?s new xPOD device !
« on: January 15, 2006, 02:27:24 AM »
Bill wrote:

Hello all,

I just uploaded the latest information about the SmartPAK/xPOD Radiant
Energy Management System:

SmartPAK is the world's first all solid-state Radiant Energy Management
System that collects radiant energy as excess electrical energy. It provides
a "standard" platform for experimenters, researchers, and developers to do
energy-related practical applications, experiments, and perform exploration
of the Radiant Energy phenomena. The theory of operation is based on the
difference of energy between magnetization / demagnetization cycles of a
transformer / Perreault Valve Head Assembly, which is called an xPOD Head
Assembly. It has been discovered EXCESS energy is released during the
demagnetization portion of the cycle using a suitable xPOD Head Assembly.
The SmartPAK system is specially designed to measure, collect, and store
this excess energy for later use.

The SmartPAK system is controlled by a Freescale 68HC908AB32 microcontroller
programmed to measure input / output voltages and currents, calculate COP
and Delta Power, and contains software algorithms for a complete "turn-key"
energy management system. The system features a "standard" user interface,
which allows the user to design their own custom "xPOD Head Assemblies", and
immediately test and display in real-time its' performance.

Preliminary details are given in the link provided above.

Stay tuned, there's more to come...


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Re: Bill?s new xPOD device !
« Reply #1 on: January 15, 2006, 02:32:42 AM »
please also try different materials like
as it seems that the used
materials seem to play a major role and
2 dissimular metals with a high voltage difference
seem to get the most energy out, at least in other simular spark systems.

Regards, Stefan.