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Author Topic: New Jewel Thief "Resonate LCR Circuit" Much less energy draw....  (Read 181273 times)

Offline jadaro2600

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Re: New Jewel Thief "Resonate LCR Circuit" Much less energy draw....
« Reply #150 on: February 25, 2010, 04:14:49 AM »

Hi Guys

New to this forum and just attempting some of the new JT variants.  Has anyone had success with a simplified 'SEC' type version such as was posted by Xee (but JohnnyDav design) however with really low voltage/amp draw rather than 5 volt input?
I'm looking for something that will run on the smell of an ozone vapor :-)

Thanks for your help

E-Goose

You may be able to activate something with such a smell ...a mosfet in enhancement mode is particularly sensitive to voltage changes, and may cut on at very low voltages, but then you would be using it as a switch.

Considering you may be making a sarcastic statement, then Kooler has a 'backwards Joule Thief' variant here:http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=6123.msg229273#msg229273 and here:http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=6123.msg230055#msg230055 which uses very low current.

If you aren't, then you may be able to create a differential galvanic probe, ( just two unlike metals within close proximity to one another ).

I considered doing this myself to test for voltage distortions in the atmosphere; I noticed that when I brought my finger close to a mosfet, the ohmic resistance of the source to drain changed ( drastic variations ).

Offline ElectricGoose

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Re: New Jewel Thief "Resonate LCR Circuit" Much less energy draw....
« Reply #151 on: February 28, 2010, 09:36:29 AM »
You may be able to activate something with such a smell ...a mosfet in enhancement mode is particularly sensitive to voltage changes, and may cut on at very low voltages, but then you would be using it as a switch.

Considering you may be making a sarcastic statement, then Kooler has a 'backwards Joule Thief' variant here:http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=6123.msg229273#msg229273 and here:http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=6123.msg230055#msg230055 which uses very low current.

If you aren't, then you may be able to create a differential galvanic probe, ( just two unlike A within close proximity to one another ).

I considered doing this myself to test for voltage distortions in the atmosphere; I noticed that when I brought my finger close to a mosfet, the ohmic resistance of the source to drain changed ( drastic variations ).

Thanks for taking the time to post the links.  Appreciate it!  Yes...despite you humoring my potential at a serious comment, it was just dry sarcasm on my part regarding the whiff of ozone.  :D

Up and away!

EG

Offline jadaro2600

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Re: New Jewel Thief "Resonate LCR Circuit" Much less energy draw....
« Reply #152 on: February 28, 2010, 03:27:35 PM »
Thanks for taking the time to post the links.  Appreciate it!  Yes...despite you humoring my potential at a serious comment, it was just dry sarcasm on my part regarding the whiff of ozone.  :D

Up and away!

EG

lol, I've learned that there are plenty of crazy ideas floating around here.  Your's even seems feasible with the right equipment.

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Re: New Jewel Thief "Resonate LCR Circuit" Much less energy draw....
« Reply #153 on: March 04, 2010, 12:45:24 PM »
lol, I've learned that there are plenty of crazy ideas floating around here.  Your's even seems feasible with the right equipment.

'Crazy'?  ;) indeed not so much, I constantly remind myself.  After awhile of experimenting within this 'shadowland' of alternate energy that most people are totally oblivious to (as they race from their 9-5 job to purchase new big screen TV etc), it becomes very easy to start accepting "the crazy" we ourselves might have dismissed years ago. 

I have seen some amazing things and feel that nothing is impossible.....only a closed mind.

ElectricGoose

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Re: New Jewel Thief "Resonate LCR Circuit" Much less energy draw....
« Reply #154 on: June 07, 2010, 08:17:43 AM »
I'm wondering if anyone has made any further mods to this type of circuit?

I'm trying to understand how it works - there are several variant diagrams, but all are in principle the same.

There seems to be a lack of updates here - even considering the unusually low current input.

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Re: New Jewel Thief "Resonate LCR Circuit" Much less energy draw....
« Reply #155 on: June 07, 2010, 08:50:00 PM »

I considered doing this myself to test for voltage distortions in the atmosphere; I noticed that when I brought my finger close to a mosfet, the ohmic resistance of the source to drain changed ( drastic variations ).
Hi jadaro2600,

This close finger is the principle of how some simple static electricity detectors work using mosfet devices... select say a 2n7000 or similar mosfet and connect to a 9 volt battery. Solder a 1meg or higher resistor and connect one end to the gate with the other end connected to a short length of solid stiff wire. Next connect a miliamp meter in series with a resistor between the drain and supply line . You have a simple static detector which will respond to a static charged body within close proximity to the set up. The input resistance to a mosfet is very high but note keep grounded while handling as they can be easily destroyed. May be a little off topic sorry.