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Author Topic: Self-Runner NS Coil Pulse Motor Live Video Stream. It's been going for months!  (Read 150766 times)

Offline lasersaber

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I have had this motor running nonstop for a few months now.  If you do not know about these motors check them out on my YouTube videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbaub2kkkpA

I am sorry about the slow frame rate on the video.  I will try to get a better setup in the near future.  Right now the frame rate is just enough to detect that the rotor is spinning.

You can watch it here after installing the required plug-in:  http://www.lasersaber.com/public/WebCam/ActiveX1.html

If you do not want to install the plug-in you can view it here but it is super slow: http://www.lasersaber.com/public/WebCam/Still1.html

I am in the process of miniaturizing this concept and adding more coils.  My results so far have been very encouraging:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PuMoaDXyFZU

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Offline WilbyInebriated

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simply eloquent... bravo!

Offline Rosemary Ainslie

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Very nice indeed lasersaber.  Did you dope the smaller coil in salt?

This is just FANTASTIC.  Really good news.  I've sent this off to a whole lot of friends.  WONDERFUL stuff. 

Regards,
Rosemary

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Offline nievesoliveras

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Are the connections like this?

Jesus

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@nievesoliveras

Like this:


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Offline lasersaber

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@ Rosemary Ainslie

Yes,  I did soak it in salt water once at the time of building.  I really like what happens when I do this.  At first they seem to totally die.  Then over a few days they dry out, crystallize, rust a little and get rock hard.  After this they seem to reach long term stability.

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@ Lasesaber

No criticism, just an observation:

There seems to be a problem with your very nice drawing. The two reed switches will trigger at the same time, which is not good, because the "pull" (left reed switch closes) and the "push" (right reed switch closes) should happen one after the other and not at the same time (which would cancel the magnetic fields).

Looking at your video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PuMoaDXyFZU (Baby Stubblefield Coil) one sees that the four magnets on the wheel indeed trigger the two reed switches at different times (first the "pull" and then the "push").

I attached a "corrected drawing" (the right reed switch has beens moved a little bit further away from the coil in comparison with the position of the left reed switch).

You made a great discovery and invention.

Greetings, Conrad


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@ Rosemary Ainslie

Yes,  I did soak it in salt water once at the time of building.  I really like what happens when I do this.  At first they seem to totally die.  Then over a few days they dry out, crystallize, rust a little and get rock hard.  After this they seem to reach long term stability.

I think you've aced this as you've eliminated the variable conditions - this by allowing the rust.  It was very insightful.  Almost counter intuitive.  I've given up trying to account for this benefit.  Do you have any ideas here as to why it is preferred?

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Thank you @lasersaber!
You were very honest!

Jesus

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@conradelektro

Maybe that is why his 48 days motor runs so slow. It is activating both reed switches at the same time.

Jesus

Update
But maybe it is needed because the only way to close the loop is with both reeds activated at the same time.  Because is one cable from one coil and another from the other, activating just one would be like an open circuit I think.
If it were both cables from the same coil it would be okay.

Remember I can be completely wrong here.

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@nievesoliveras (Jesus) and Lasersaber

If you wanted "to close the loop" only one reed switch would be necessary, the other one could be a permanent connection with a piece of wire.

The funny (and for me inexplicable) thing about the Stubblefield coil is the "open end" of the two coils. The first question that came to my mind after reading the Stubblefield patent was "What the hell do I do with the free ends?". The answer is "You do nothing with the free ends!".

Lasersaber connects

"outer iron with inner copper with reed switch one, while inner iron and outer copper are open"

and then

"inner iron with outer copper with reed switch two, while outer iron and inner copper are open".

I hope that Lasersaber will answer and explain everything in his own words, I should not second-guess him.

Greetings, Conrad

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Offline broli

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Good job. If you get the size down I recommend making a set of these to send them around to some of the known members, just for security's sake. I have completly missed your videos so I don't know who's doing what but are there replications of it by others? Keep up the good work.
« Last Edit: September 03, 2010, 12:03:43 AM by broli »

Offline powercat

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Great work Lasersaber
this is what we dream about,a self runner,
hopefully this is history in the making
I hope you're ready for all the questions that will come, after all this is only page 1 of the thread.

All the very best
cat

Offline mscoffman

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This is nearly perfect presentation of a free energy system...
...I'm speaking of the Web video part.

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There are three things about the experiment itself:

(1)  The lighting is great but it would be best
to use an LED light bar instead of a fluorescent bulb. Even if
creates subnominal picture illumination.  The reason is the
fluorescent bulb will have an inductor or ballast that can add
energy directly into the coil. I don't know what you are using,
but LEDS would be better...It would save utility power too.

(2) The vertical wobble in the rotor could feed energy into the
system from vibrations in the bookcase to cause a hand magnet
type of operation. It would be better if the rotor purely just went
around, horizontally.

(3) This soaking in salt water. While is may do good physical
things to the coil, it will cause a battery effect as the iron core slowly
oxidizes. The salt will cause humidity from the air to be absorbed to
power a battery. You need to ask why this won't work with enameled
or plastic insulated wire. Or what happens if you coat this item with
water rejecting flat mat finishing fluid. Anti-static carbon based
spray might affect its operation adversely, as well.

:S:MarkSCoffman

Offline lasersaber

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(1)  The lighting.

I do plan on setting up an LED light for this project.

(2) The vertical wobble in the rotor.

This is only happening because I did not balance my rotor correctly.

(3) This soaking in salt water will cause a battery effect as the iron core slowly
oxidizes.


The oxidization is happening on the iron wire more than on the iron core.  It is the resulting weak battery effect combined with the constant switching of the magnetic field and the resulting back spikes that allow this to work long term with no maintenance.  It has been my experience that this will keep working for a very long time.  I keep it in a low humidity AC environment.  It's not like the rust is getting washed away by wind and rain.  There is almost nowhere for the elements that make up this coil to go.  Imagine some copper wires and iron nails in a cotton bag. Drop the bag into the ocean for a few minutes to make sure it starts rusting and than leave it out in your back yard, exposed to the elements.  The forces of nature will quickly destroy the whole thing.  A big part of this is because the rust will constantly get washed away leaving new fresh metal exposed and ready to start the rusting process all over again.  This is what most of us think of when we think of iron oxidizing and rusting away.  Now lets imagine that you take that same cotton bag but instead of exposing it to the elements you put it on a glass shelf in a nice air conditioned environment.  The bag will dry out and the contents will rust away to some extent but before long a maximum rust saturation point is reached.  From this point on the decay process severely slows to a crawl.  Even so, I am not claiming that this is perpetual motion.  Everything is rusting and decaying away in one form or another.  What is amazing is that the electromagnetic effect seems to keep working long term after the coil dries out.  The big question is how long will it really run for? 

P.S. The theories on rust and oxidization expressed above are purely my own unresearched ideas and should be taken with a grain of salt...  ;)

 

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