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Author Topic: Gadgetmall's Fuji Mod light CFL from 1 AA/AAA for - 12 hrs + - Thread 2  (Read 46880 times)

Offline delta1

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Re: Gadgetmall's Fuji Mod light CFL from 1 AA/AAA for - 12 hrs + - Thread 2
« Reply #15 on: February 14, 2011, 06:04:41 PM »
Greetings Colleagues and experimenters.
I have been reading from this site and the energetic forum site for quite some time now, and have built many projects since the 1980's.
This is my first post.
I built gagetmall's fuji mod light using two AA batteries instead of 1 AA. I added a second modified CFL. and noticed that the current draw from different CFL's were different,even from the same package. So I used a series variable resistor for each CFL (100 k and 1 M's I had on hand). I did this to equal out the brightness and the current draw from the different CFL's. I was able to light up seven CFL's  in parallel this way.
What amazed me was when running CFL's individually the current draw would run from 226 ma to 320 ma, but when I run all seven CFL's the current draw is only 334 ma (334 mv across a 1 ohm resistor), and that little transistor doesn't even get warm. Absolutely amazing. I believe you are right this little circuit demonstrates cold electricity.
The only change I made to the circuit is that I used two 10k and 1m variable resistor in series for the base of the transistor.
Will post a picture as soon as I figure out how.
P.S. Gagetmall, Download "World Without Cancer" by G. Edward Griffith from youtube. I cured my skin cancer using the vitamin B17 from chia seeds and other seeds.     

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Offline dasimpson

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Re: Gadgetmall's Fuji Mod light CFL from 1 AA/AAA for - 12 hrs + - Thread 2
« Reply #16 on: February 14, 2011, 06:36:16 PM »
btw the dot on the transformer means pin 1

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Re: Gadgetmall's Fuji Mod light CFL from 1 AA/AAA for - 12 hrs + - Thread 2
« Reply #17 on: February 14, 2011, 06:48:08 PM »
have you tried leds instead of a cfl i think the leds might give more light

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Re: Gadgetmall's Fuji Mod light CFL from 1 AA/AAA for - 12 hrs + - Thread 2
« Reply #17 on: February 14, 2011, 06:48:08 PM »
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Re: Gadgetmall's Fuji Mod light CFL from 1 AA/AAA for - 12 hrs + - Thread 2
« Reply #18 on: February 14, 2011, 09:19:56 PM »
Here are the pictures. Photography by Bonnie.

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Re: Gadgetmall's Fuji Mod light CFL from 1 AA/AAA for - 12 hrs + - Thread 2
« Reply #19 on: February 14, 2011, 09:43:24 PM »
After I posted my pictures and went back on the internet,the screen shots became expanded. Is there something I did wrong. I kept the image size less than 500 Kb as requested.

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Re: Gadgetmall's Fuji Mod light CFL from 1 AA/AAA for - 12 hrs + - Thread 2
« Reply #19 on: February 14, 2011, 09:43:24 PM »
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Offline dasimpson

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Re: Gadgetmall's Fuji Mod light CFL from 1 AA/AAA for - 12 hrs + - Thread 2
« Reply #20 on: February 14, 2011, 10:16:15 PM »
the pixal size is the thing to watch not the file size

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Re: Gadgetmall's Fuji Mod light CFL from 1 AA/AAA for - 12 hrs + - Thread 2
« Reply #21 on: February 14, 2011, 10:25:57 PM »
After I posted my pictures and went back on the internet,the screen shots became expanded. Is there something I did wrong. I kept the image size less than 500 Kb as requested.

Right click/ Open in Windows Paint / Image/ Stretch-Skew/ Resize % in Stretch, same value for horizontal and vertical.

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Re: Gadgetmall's Fuji Mod light CFL from 1 AA/AAA for - 12 hrs + - Thread 2
« Reply #21 on: February 14, 2011, 10:25:57 PM »
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Re: Gadgetmall's Fuji Mod light CFL from 1 AA/AAA for - 12 hrs + - Thread 2
« Reply #22 on: February 14, 2011, 11:32:47 PM »
Thank you dasimpson and happyfunball for the information, will try posting the pictures again. Not sure how to delete the previous images.   

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Re: Gadgetmall's Fuji Mod light CFL from 1 AA/AAA for - 12 hrs + - Thread 2
« Reply #23 on: February 14, 2011, 11:39:11 PM »
Thank you dasimpson and happyfunball for the information, will try posting the pictures again. Not sure how to delete the previous images.

Still too big lol

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Re: Gadgetmall's Fuji Mod light CFL from 1 AA/AAA for - 12 hrs + - Thread 2
« Reply #23 on: February 14, 2011, 11:39:11 PM »
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Offline dasimpson

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Re: Gadgetmall's Fuji Mod light CFL from 1 AA/AAA for - 12 hrs + - Thread 2
« Reply #24 on: February 15, 2011, 01:27:59 AM »
i find a tool called gimp is best for resizing unlike other programs i have used it gives you the opton of pixal size you wont to change the image to and the best bit is it is free

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Re: Gadgetmall's Fuji Mod light CFL from 1 AA/AAA for - 12 hrs + - Thread 2
« Reply #25 on: February 15, 2011, 03:17:34 AM »
Tried to delete previous oversize images, but to no avail. the instructions on this site on how to do it are very sketchy. Anyway here are the new smaller pictures. Photography by Bonnie.

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Re: Gadgetmall's Fuji Mod light CFL from 1 AA/AAA for - 12 hrs + - Thread 2
« Reply #25 on: February 15, 2011, 03:17:34 AM »
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Re: Gadgetmall's Fuji Mod light CFL from 1 AA/AAA for - 12 hrs + - Thread 2
« Reply #26 on: February 16, 2011, 09:22:56 PM »
Delta1,

Step II;

Think of forming a cube from five solar cells glued along their edges, active
side facing inward, in a shape of a cube with no top. Now glue four toothpicks
to the base of the lamps so that the glass bulb can hang down inside the open
solar cell cube with the glass spiral bulb not touching any cell.

Solar cells have a “power knee” so if you place them in series and load them with a
resistor you will need to adjust the resistance to get maximum wattage from the solar
cells. Now calculate how many bulbs and cubes you will need to have the system run
itself.  Then go build yourself a self running power supply.

It should work. The extra “cold electricity is actually free electrons captured from
the environment due to the high voltage pulses. And yes, they can create a self
running system. If you use a cap have a push to start switch charging the cap
from the battery. Eventually it will have enough energy to run itself then the
switch can disconnect the battery.

Then come back here and show us how it’s done.

:S:MarkSCoffman

ps: Imagine building a working perpetual motion machine as high school
science fair project! Indefinitely perplexing. ;)

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Hi all,

Just saw this circuit mod on youtube and am trying to get it to work. I have 2 circuit boards from a Kodak and Click imagery one use cameras.
I have removed and bridged the diode connections and connected the cfl to the capacitor outputs after removing the capacitor. I have also connected a switch across the original switch connectors.

The cfl lights very dimly and seems to only be partly lit.

I have been searching for 2 days and can't find a solution.

Any help appreciated.

Greg

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Update.......

Managed to get my cfl to light but only if I use 2 x 1.5 AA batteries for a total of 2.83 volts.

Now don't get me wrong, I am still impressed at lighting a 240 volt cfl from 2.83 volts but others are lighting theirs from 1 AA and I would love to do this.

I have seen mention of adding a pot to the board to adjust the brightness and I rememeber someone saying to replace a 1 k resistor with a 100 ohm pot but I don't have any 1 k resistors on my boards.

I have attached a pic showing the resistors and their values.


 

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