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Author Topic: PLEASE PUT WORKING CIRCUITS only HERE (for everybody please give a share)  (Read 66682 times)

Offline Magluvin

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 ;)

Offline MrMag

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Forest, just use 2 electrolytic caps in series with the + together. If you want 100uf then each cap need be 200uf
Try to use quite a bit higher voltage ratings as to what you need.  If you need 200v, us 400v, just to be in the clear.
How many uf are you looking to use?
Mags

You can't reverse an electrolytic capacitor + is always positive and - is always negative. It could explode if you hook it up backwards.

Offline Magluvin

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You can't reverse an electrolytic capacitor + is always positive and - is always negative. It could explode if you hook it up backwards.

Then explain non polarized electrolytic caps.

Mags

Offline MrMag

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Then explain non polarized electrolytic caps.

Mags

I guess if they are not polarized, it would be OK. But the ones that are polarized are a different story.

Offline CompuTutor

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Then explain non polarized electrolytic caps.

Mags

"Special capacitors designed for AC operation are available, usually referred to as "non-polarized" or "NP" types. In these, full-thickness oxide layers are formed on both the aluminum foil strips prior to assembly. On the alternate halves of the AC cycles, one of the foil strips acts as a blocking diode, preventing reverse current from damaging the electrolyte of the other one."

Reference:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrolytic_capacitor


Offline Tito L. Oracion

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Three caps is all we need for free energy.

2 10uf
1  10,000uf

Offline forest

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Tito , the last one could be just 6800uF / 25 V ?  :-\  I have no other to start with :'( Two former also have just 2x 5uF (5 x 1uF/400V in parallel) in series  ::)
Not a lot of coils but 3 on primary in series and 3 x 3 in secondary mixed (in series while parallel then in 3 chunks in series)  Complicated  ;D

Offline Tito L. Oracion

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no! you can use them also but what is important is higher voltage rating and 2 smaller uf so that the dielectric are far from each other safe from shorting.

and we can make a lot of coils or unlimited coils allowed.  8)


 ;D

Offline forest

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no! you can use them also but what is important is higher voltage rating and 2 smaller uf so that the dielectric are far from each other safe from shorting.

and we can make a lot of coils or unlimited coils allowed.  8)


 ;D

Now I know why it is so hard task...  :'( Where did you find 10uF for higher then 400V ?


Offline Shokac

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Three caps is all we need for free energy.

2 10uf
1  10,000uf

How to connect these capacitors?

Offline Tito L. Oracion

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How to connect these capacitors?

and that is the magic short secret  ;D but main components are already there, and once you discover it then it can change the world the way it use electricity!  8)

now you are now allowed to become mad at me cause i can't tell.  ;D

Offline Tito L. Oracion

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Now I know why it is so hard task...  :'( Where did you find 10uF for higher then 400V ?

can't you not make your own? hmmm, you can make it using 2 magnet wire #26awg.

Offline forest

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can't you not make your own? hmmm, you can make it using 2 magnet wire #26awg.

 :o now you are even more mysterious
bifilar coil for 10uf ?

Offline Magluvin

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Hey Tito

Any chance we could get a no. of turns for that capacitor?  ;]

Also, do we need a core?

I know these are too much to ask, but its a lot of work and a lot of wire if done wrong.  And if done wrong, it can be discouraging.  Can you get my drift?  ;]

We still have a lot to figure out beyond the coil. :-*

Thanks for the info 

Mags