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    Quote Originally Posted by John_Koorn View Post
    Hi Richard,

    Here's a simple schematic. I'm not going to list component details, that's up to you guys to experiment with. The batteries you're planning on using will determine the size of the coil, the transistor, etc., etc.

    Attachment 6886

    This is about as easy as I can make it.
    Thank you, John.
    Very helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_Koorn View Post
    Faraday,

    I have absolutely no idea what "ring the bell twice" means. If you want to paraphrase that quote to suit this set up, knock yourself out. I'd rather use "really efficient battery charger".

    John K.
    JK,

    'Tesla Impulse Technology'...thats all I too meant.. It was my contension to try the experiment to acheive the same thing without the access to the Large Comparator! in my opinion the Comparator is already doing the TIT part, with the circuit you showed, it does another level of amplification of the gain in the connected battery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Thank you, John.
    Very helpful.
    Hi Richard,

    Your schematic does not show the gist of what JK is wanting us to experiment with..
    remember its the Capacitor-Discharge into an Inductance coil...and capturing the reaction spike of this Radiant Energy.
    but there is nothing wrong in the way it is shown(your schematic)...no doubt it works.. you need to have specific duty cycle to the switching you have there using 555 pusle generator.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faraday88 View Post
    Hi Richard,

    Your schematic does not show the gist of what JK is wanting us to experiment with..
    remember its the Capacitor-Discharge into an Inductance coil...and capturing the reaction spike of this Radiant Energy.
    but there is nothing wrong in the way it is shown(your schematic)...no doubt it works.. you need to have specific duty cycle to the switching you have there using 555 pusle generator.
    Best Regards,
    Faraday88.
    Faraday, that is JK's schematic, not mine.
    I hope he will respond to your comment.
    It looks to me like the battery is "capturing the reaction spike of this Radiant Energy" rather than a cap. I would think the FWBR should be high speed diodes as well as that other diode.
    I would also like to know the best gauge wire to use in the coil for 100 amp hour batteries and the number of primary and secondary turns. I have a good supply of #10 square, #18 and #26. Should it be wound bifilar or with one winding first and the second winding over the first winding? I presume an air core.

    Please feel free to post a schematic of your own. Any added notes as to what results you got from the circuit would be helpful.

    Richard

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    Here's a quick video I shot earlier today:



    Richard, you are right - air core and fast diodes. I have UF5408 in the FWBR but I should put faster ones in. I don't have the extra diode because I'm using the cap pulser. But if you are going to use 2 batteries in series in place of a cap pulser you'll need it.

    I did try R60 rod core, but the charging wasn't as good as with the air core.

    After I shot this video I did mount the solar panel on the roof. Got a few minutes of late afternoon sun in between the clouds, where I was getting just under 3A from the solar panel

    If you have #18, I'd go with that. ~130' will be 3 ohms per winding IIRC. Make the coil as big as you can if you've got a 100Ah battery. Just wind all the strands together and twist them to keep it tidy.

    John K.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John_Koorn View Post
    Here's a quick video I shot earlier today:



    Richard, you are right - air core and fast diodes. I have UF5408 in the FWBR but I should put faster ones in. I don't have the extra diode because I'm using the cap pulser. But if you are going to use 2 batteries in series in place of a cap pulser you'll need it.

    I did try R60 rod core, but the charging wasn't as good as with the air core.

    After I shot this video I did mount the solar panel on the roof. Got a few minutes of late afternoon sun in between the clouds, where I was getting just under 3A from the solar panel

    If you have #18, I'd go with that. ~130' will be 3 ohms per winding IIRC. Make the coil as big as you can if you've got a 100Ah battery. Just wind all the strands together and twist them to keep it tidy.

    John K.
    Hi JK,
    Great video and thanks !
    Yes, Power Schottky Diodes http://www.st.com/resource/en/datash...ps30l30djf.pdf
    for the Bridge must just be the gift for this circuit!
    some interiguing questions though....[U]the Series- Resonant frequency of the dump is high when it is Air cored.[/U].. should that be the only reason for the lower performance with a ferromagnetic core(R60)?
    Rgds,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Faraday, that is JK's schematic, not mine.
    I hope he will respond to your comment.
    It looks to me like the battery is "capturing the reaction spike of this Radiant Energy" rather than a cap. I would think the FWBR should be high speed diodes as well as that other diode.
    I would also like to know the best gauge wire to use in the coil for 100 amp hour batteries and the number of primary and secondary turns. I have a good supply of #10 square, #18 and #26. Should it be wound bifilar or with one winding first and the second winding over the first winding? I presume an air core.

    Please feel free to post a schematic of your own. Any added notes as to what results you got from the circuit would be helpful.

    Richard
    Hi Richard,
    Here is a schematic i would like to share and as a food for thought..Cap dump into coil experiments.jpg
    It is basically a Vanilla coil to study the reaction of the coil to a Capacitor dump and how you can catch the Radiant at different Tesla nodes!
    Rgds,
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    Hi Faraday,

    Not sure that circuit will work. Looks like the diodes in the FWBR are drawn wrong.

    Have you built the basic version that I posted? Not sure why your innovating before replicating????

    John K.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_Koorn View Post
    Hi Faraday,

    Not sure that circuit will work. Looks like the diodes in the FWBR are drawn wrong.

    Have you built the basic version that I posted? Not sure why your innovating before replicating????

    John K.
    Hi JK,
    Thank you for your wise inputs as always! Yes, not yet tried your version.. just intriguing on the coil geometry , turns ratio, gauge, with respect to the standard Switched Battery (SSG) mode ect. about the FWBR orientation,I just worked out the other possible configuration for this topology... it seems to short the Switch either ways.. so i stick with the above schematic. must be doing something to the receive battery for sure.
    Best Regards,
    Faraday88.
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    So, has no one else tried this yet?

    Here's a pic of a charge monitor for today. Note that today was cloudy all day, only a couple of small periods of sunlight. This is real world data, not made up. Here is a free energy machine, COP of infinity.

    Graph starts at 6:15AM and ends at around 7:00PM



    One day soon I'll get a sunny day

    John K.
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