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Offline Dingus Mungus

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Re: Mehess Motor
« Reply #45 on: November 10, 2006, 12:41:53 PM »
Been working straight for the past 5 months, everything is now working will post everything before the end of the month. Finishing up some legal work regarding device.
Time to break our the champagne!!!
Yes I have rewond the clock numerous times!

Without the use of a battery or some other form of energy input?
Can you post a pic of the current device as it is running?

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« Reply #46 on: November 10, 2006, 04:50:32 PM »
I will be posting a video next week showing the complete working unit. There is no electrical input to the system.The moving pendulum from the clock motor moves the permanent magnets in and out of the coils to produce a emf. When I first started I could only produce 2-3 mv per hour. I can now generate about 8 volts per hour. This represents a 4000% increase in performance. The motor is on for only 12 seconds per month (the length of time to rewind the clock) . The motor is run by a 12 volt battary which exhibits a voltage drop of only about 40 mv. I have been able to recharge the battary numerous times because of the large excess of energy I am creating. As a matter of fact it takes only a fraction of the energy to rechare the battary as I am gnerating
in excess of 5000 volts per month.
I think this is it guys!!!

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« Reply #47 on: November 10, 2006, 05:15:36 PM »
I will be posting a video next week showing the complete working unit. There is no electrical input to the system.The moving pendulum from the clock motor moves the permanent magnets in and out of the coils to produce a emf. When I first started I could only produce 2-3 mv per hour. I can now generate about 8 volts per hour. This represents a 4000% increase in performance. The motor is on for only 12 seconds per month (the length of time to rewind the clock) . The motor is run by a 12 volt battary which exhibits a voltage drop of only about 40 mv. I have been able to recharge the battary numerous times because of the large excess of energy I am creating. As a matter of fact it takes only a fraction of the energy to rechare the battary as I am gnerating
in excess of 5000 volts per month.
I think this is it guys!!!
Hi Bill,

To prove it to yourself, take a charged capacitor, and use it to replace the battery with.  Your system should recharge the capacitor to keep the device running.  Just take the battery out of the system completely.

Hope to hear good results.

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Re: Mehess Motor
« Reply #47 on: November 10, 2006, 05:15:36 PM »
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« Reply #48 on: November 10, 2006, 06:41:35 PM »
Bill,

You can also wave the magnet past a coil rather than in and out.

Pendulum devices that are OU can be traced back to late 1800's.  Self winding watch uses a pendulum.

9 hits at the European Patent Office - not all relavent:
http://v3.espacenet.com/results?EC=h02k53%2F00&AB=pendulum&DB=EPODOC&sf=a&CY=ep&PGS=10&ST=advanced&LG=en

Do a search for ltseung888 - He's a Chinese engineer that explained the pendulum/gravity effect rather nicely - posted the data on several sites.  This patent appears to be the same thing - use bebelfish to translate:
http://v3.espacenet.com/textdoc?DB=EPODOC&IDX=DE19744326&F=0

Congratulations!  Have you been able to run a load and still charge yet?

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« Reply #49 on: November 10, 2006, 06:58:01 PM »
Moving the magnetS in an out of the coilS produces a much greater emf than passing it over the coilS. I am using a 12 volt deep cycle battary to run the motor. The uniqueness of this device is that the motor only has to be energized 12 seconds per month to operate the clock pendulum for the entire month. I have a pleantly of juice available from the battary to run external loads and be able to recharge the battary back up to its full capacity.
I have run small dc motors and bulbs and been able to recharge very easily . I will file a provisional patent on Monday 11-13 with updates on the original provisional patent I filed in June of this year.
Next week I will load a video and all data and info of the device.
This motor generates electricity with no electrical input. It is not dependent on any outside source. It is totally a closed system. The device is totally scaleable. I will show that it meets all the requirements of the FIRST REAL
OU system.

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« Reply #50 on: November 11, 2006, 03:20:50 AM »
In responce to Liberty's suggestion of charging a capacitor in place of using a battary please consider the
following. Charging capacitors to run a motor that draws 4.5 amps to turn the clock motor for the 12 seconds it takes to rewind it is very inefficient.
The goal is to produce a device that will power itself and allow also excess energy to be produced to do useful
work.
This device will recharge itself much more efficently by charging the battary that is used to run the motor.
After all if it can do this (and it does) it has met all the criteria for a OU device.

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« Reply #51 on: November 11, 2006, 04:25:03 AM »
Bill
I just recently joined this group and find your device very interesting. How much energy is required to wind the spring compared to the energy created by the device?
Peter

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Offline billmehess

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« Reply #52 on: November 11, 2006, 05:44:46 AM »
The spring can wind in 12 seconds which will then run the clock for 30 days. The motor  is a high torque low speed 12 vdc drawing 2.5 amps running free and 4.5 amps running under the load of turning the spring unit.
The unit can generate around .45 volts in 5 minutes. This is run into a series of capacitors. In other words
over a period of 30 days I can store around 5000vdc. A deep cycle battary is then pulsed with approx 20volts
per second from the energy stored in the capacitors. Since the battary only shows a small 40mv voltage drop
(remember it is on only for 12 seconds) it is quite easy to recharge the battary with a fraction of the voltage stored in the capacitor bank. Hence OU. With quite a bit still stored in the capacitors .Video and all data will be posted next week.

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Re: Mehess Motor
« Reply #53 on: November 11, 2006, 05:51:54 AM »
Thanks Bill. I look forward to seeing the video and data next week.
Peter

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Re: Mehess Motor
« Reply #54 on: November 11, 2006, 08:00:15 AM »
Thank you for your input as to what constitutes a true magnetic motor. I am now ready to post
Please look at the site I have set up:
www.geocities.com/auction606/index.html

Tim Ventura has just posted an audio interview he has done with me as a feature article.
You can access that audio at his website: www.americanantigravity.com.

Its Thrus evening 10:30PM I will be available until 10:00 am Tomorrow morning (Fri) to answer any questions. I will be out of town fromFri-and back Sunday evening.
This motor works!!

"Coming soon..."

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Re: Mehess Motor
« Reply #55 on: November 11, 2006, 02:27:19 PM »
In responce to Liberty's suggestion of charging a capacitor in place of using a battary please consider the
following. Charging capacitors to run a motor that draws 4.5 amps to turn the clock motor for the 12 seconds it takes to rewind it is very inefficient.
The goal is to produce a device that will power itself and allow also excess energy to be produced to do useful
work.
This device will recharge itself much more efficently by charging the battary that is used to run the motor.
After all if it can do this (and it does) it has met all the criteria for a OU device.


Hi Bill,

I understand your setup better now.  With that kind of current draw, a capacitor would probably not store enough energy to run the rewind function and excess energy would have no place to go for storage.  Do you think that your device will charge a second battery and only run off of one of these batteries?  This might be a way to split off excess usable power to run a light or something? 

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Re: Mehess Motor
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« Reply #56 on: November 11, 2006, 03:25:57 PM »
I could charge a bank of battaries. This device is totally scaleable.

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Re: Mehess Motor
« Reply #57 on: November 11, 2006, 03:50:03 PM »
You say, Bill: "The unit can generate around .45 volts in 5 minutes".
But to know the power involved, we need to know the amps generated
at the same time.
Paul. 

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« Reply #58 on: November 11, 2006, 05:19:58 PM »
Next week when I post I will show all values. I have been able to increase my voltage output from .45 volts/5 min. to about .85 volts in 5 minutes. Again I will detail all values next week. I need to file the provisional patent on Monday. Please bare with me.

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Re: Mehess Motor
« Reply #59 on: November 11, 2006, 07:00:50 PM »
Hi Bill, well done.
How do you drop the 20 Volts capacitor charge into the battery ? Via a mechanical switch ? If yes, this is the way you can get overunity, as you have the Newman spark gap effect during mechanical switching and dropping ampere pulses via a mechanical contact into a lead acid akkumulator. There are always small sparks involved, which have RF burst with them which recharge the battery quite nicely and overunity. So if you would use transistor technology to drop the charge into the battery, this would not work. It also plays an important role, which contact materials you use. Copper-graphite works quite nicely. Looking forward to your video. Regards, Stefan.
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