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    Quote Originally Posted by Cmor View Post
    Hi John,

    I'm not ready to build my "next" cap dump, since I haven't even built the first one, but...planning ahead for when I do, does TeslagenX sell matched Mosfet's in addition to the matched BJT's?
    .... and how is it matched? in the case of the Transistors it is the Hfe or 'Beta' of the transistor that is matched
    what parameter of the MOSFET is needed to be matched?
    Rgds,
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    'The Magnetic Field is the gatekeeper of the Wheather on the Earth'' - John Bedini.

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    Faraday88,

    I don't know the answer to the details you're asking, but I think the "matching" is in terms of when they turn on, so they all turn on at once.

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    Gary,

    I mentioned a couple posts ago that I'd read something saying if several batteries were hooked up (I said in series, which was an error) that those after the first battery would be conditioned, just like in a cap dump. You hadn't heard about it, so I wanted to post the comment to see if you or anyone else has more feedback.
    I don't remember where I copied it from (though maybe from an instructable), but here it is.

    OK, why CAN we swap batteries that have been capacitor dump charged, but not diode direct charged? Because the capacitor has REGAUGED the energy and we can use the battery as primary immediately. Well, the batteries being charged in line AFTER the first secondary battery, in parallel on the back end, have the energy REGAUGED BY THE FIRST SECONDARY BATTERY that is hooked up to the output of the unit. It is just like getting the energy through a capacitor! Batteries are just really slow capacitors, after all. The only battery that CANNOT be swapped to primary is the first battery in line on the output side that is directly hooked to the radiant output.

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    Cmor we are used to thinking in absolutes and rules, but I would like to run some ideas to you that are a bit more abstract. If I confuse the issue for you, just ignore me. Gary feel free to correct or override anything I write here.

    1st a battery is not just a slow capacitor. A capacitor stores its charge in a dielectric field and a battery is a electrical charge – chemical reaction – storage – chemical reaction – electrical source device. They can sometimes be interchanged as a source but internally there are fundamental differences in the way they act.

    The difference in the two charging methods are the sources. A coil stores energy in its magnetic field and on discharge has to make up the dielectric portion from the environment. A capacitor stores it's charge in a dielectric field and on discharge has to make up the magnetic portion from the environment. These two methods create a different quality in the electricity produced (which I do not fully understand) and effect the chemical phase of the battery charging slightly differently. This difference is why the batteries have problems with being switched.

    The regauging that Beardon refers to means to me changing a reference point. In my opinion this is not a matter of regauging, but an issue of the energy being actually converted to something a slightly different form. Tesla said he could convert electrical energy at will, this may be a small part of what he was referring to.

    All that being said I believe there is still too much not understood of all the effects that can be generated in a circuit. I think of Tesla's hairpin circuit and how if you add a capacitor you can sometimes add more loads after it. So if you you have some batteries you are willing to risk and the time to do a long term trial of your premise, I would say go ahead with the understanding that there is a lot more involved than your original statement indicated. Just let us know of your findings.

    Michael

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    Hi Cmor,

    Quote Originally Posted by Cmor View Post
    Hi Gary,

    That it a great tip. I'll do that too. As for specifics, to get good contact, did you wrap the Mosfet legs around the screws before screwing them in?
    No, there is no way to do that. That's not how they are made.

    The wire and/or mosfet leg just slips inside a sleeve. Then a recessed screw forces a lug down on top of it. The leads are securely held between the lug and the wall of the sleeve. The sleeve goes all the way through the plastic mounting strip and has a screw clamp on each end of each sleeve. The circuit wire goes in one end and the FET leg goes in the other end of a common sleeve.
    Gary Hammond,

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    Hi Micheal and Cmor,

    energy REGAUGED BY THE FIRST SECONDARY BATTERY
    In my opinion this is not a matter of regauging, but an issue of the energy being actually converted to something a slightly different form.
    REGAUGING is one of those mystical terms that people use without really knowing what it means. I'm not sure I know what it means either. BUT, Peter Lindemann used the term (speaking at a conference in front of John Bedini) to refer to the capture and then reuse of the same electricity again (more than once and/or over and over). This happens whenever and however we reclaim the electricity that is normally used only once (standard practice).

    The quality of electricity, and the terms negative electricity and positive electricity are something else which I for one don't understand?

    However, Aaron explained the difference between cold electricity and hot electricity at one conference that made a lot of sense to me. He described cold electricity as current doing work with no voltage and/or voltage doing work with no current. Hot electricity is when both current and voltage are present and doing work, like in a resistor. Watts = Amps x Volts
    Gary Hammond,

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    Hi Gary,

    That makes total sense, I forgot about the clamp side of those terminals.

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    Hi Michael,

    Thanks for your thoughts.
    I should have tried that while I've been waiting for my parts to arrive to make the cap dump.
    Now they're here though and I'm going to pick them up tomorrow. And of course once I change the SG output from radiant energy to a cap dump, it will no longer be possible to do that experiment with the batteries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cmor View Post
    Hi John,

    I'm not ready to build my "next" cap dump, since I haven't even built the first one, but...planning ahead for when I do, does TeslagenX sell matched Mosfet's in addition to the matched BJT's?
    Hi Cmor, no - not that I'm aware of.

    John K.

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