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Author Topic: OU prize OFFICIAL ENTRY  (Read 32016 times)

Offline mscoffman

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« Reply #15 on: March 04, 2010, 04:55:24 PM »

Just to clarify, the circuit uses 0,6mA hour from the 1,3 volt INPUT battery.
So this gives approx. 0,78 milliWatt hour of usage from the AA battery.

A ceramic capacitor with a marking 102 is: 0.001uf  = 1nF = 1000pf


Except for the "hour" designations, which I think should
be left out, meaning 0,6 ma continuous at 1.3 Vdc =
0,78mw. (An AA battery equals about 2560ma hours.)
I agree with the above corrections...It seems that
Gadetmall has some work cut out for himself, if he intends
to apply for the prize...I will remind that he probably hasn't
tuned his Jt circuit for this application, also a rechargeable
battery may make some difference. But, It's amazing the
difference between discussions of overunity and proof using
a circuit!


Offline Groundloop

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« Reply #16 on: March 04, 2010, 06:37:59 PM »

Yes I agree, the hour thing should not have been in the post.
It was as you say it, 0,6ma continuous. But that is not bad
for such a circuit. The JT uses approx. 14mA to run. The JT
was made by Gadgetmall and sent to me for testing. See attached image.


Offline hartiberlin

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« Reply #17 on: March 14, 2010, 02:06:01 PM »
I got this message from  Gadget a few days ago and I wish
him all the best for his health.

Too bad it did not work out this way...

Re:Please withdraw My device from Contest

« Sent to: hartiberlin on: March 12, 2010, 02:44:52 PM »

Hi . I cannot get the device to work with the Gl board . It will work manual without the controller but i guess the free energy is being ate up or snuffed by the electronics in the GL controller . also I have Contracted Cancer and No longer have the strength or energy or desire to experiment anymore . I am dying . I have Enjoyed the time i got sharing My research with you guys and appreciate you letting me share them . I had many more  things i wanted to show and draw and share like my Jt Hho generator that runs a torch from an aa battery but i never got around to making diagrams and also the light i was going to give the diagram i never got the change to do it either . I am sorry . there are others that will get it i am sure .
take care

AKA gadgetmall