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Title: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on July 18, 2011, 07:18:02 PM
Experiments and work in progress.
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on July 18, 2011, 07:42:57 PM
300 turn uni-filer coil pair
No load:
2685 rpm - 2.640 VDC
(http://w2.itawk.com:8080/images/si_unloaded.jpg)
With load:
2670 rpm - .406 VDC
(http://w2.itawk.com:8080/images/si_loaded.jpg)

I beleive I am out of resonance and also need more voltage so I went bi-filer :)

300 turn bi-filer coil pair
No load:
2685 rpm - 6.29 VDC
(http://w2.itawk.com:8080/images/bi_unloaded.jpg)
With load:
2620.2 rpm - 1.316 VDC
(http://w2.itawk.com:8080/images/bi_loaded.jpg)
Title: mini-Muller v3
Post by: Hitman on July 19, 2011, 08:05:59 AM
For some reason I couldn't upload the entire video :(

just wanted to show the huge increase in voltage when you find the right spot.

Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: landownunder on July 19, 2011, 09:46:44 AM
Very well done hitman keep up the good work. sooner or later someone will prove romero is a brilliant experimenter. wish you all the best with your experiments. ron
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: scratchrobot on July 19, 2011, 02:32:25 PM
Nice build, in the video are you dumping to a capacitor?
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on July 19, 2011, 05:25:29 PM
yes I used a 250vac - 11uf, I used this value because it showed rapid changes in voltage.
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: scratchrobot on July 19, 2011, 06:32:53 PM
I'm using 40v DC caps but I will test some AC caps as soon as I get them.
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on July 19, 2011, 09:55:38 PM
Hummmm,
I just saw something I forgot to disconnect, I left the neg of the output connected to the neg of the battery and when I disconnect it the effect goes away ?????
This is how I have it connected:
(http://w2.itawk.com:8080/images/schematic1.jpg)
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on July 24, 2011, 07:00:48 PM
I was trying to find the best rpm on my mini-muller and when I hit about 3000rpm one of my magnets came off and rocketed out leaving a magnet size hole in the lab wall !!!

I must now build a better rotor, I knew it would come apart sooner or later (it was for testing purposes anyways)

I also found a couple of videos that were very interesting.

Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on September 08, 2011, 05:46:42 PM
After achieving the same effect as romero did, but only using only 1 coil, I wanted to add another coil but spacing, size and dimensions of all components must be all calculated in advance in order for this to work as romero's muller project did.

Unfortunately because of my rotor design and size of my coils, I can not add a 2nd coil to the setup, I must either increase the size of my rotor or decrease the size of my coils !! :(

The effect can be seen using only 1 coil and a NSNS rotor but the power out is very limited, you can probably add 1 more coil or another driving coil in series to lower amp draw then add another 3 collection coils but I haven't tested anything out yet. ( my 2 cents :) )

As for trying to replicate romero's muller device, it is just a little bit too complicated for me right now, I will however continue experimenting with different size rotors ect... and when I have enough cash, I will attempt a smaller version of the muller device.

I can see it now, all those spikes spatter all over the sine wave,
I can't wait hehe :)
Regards Hitman

Hey check this out !
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on September 21, 2011, 03:53:20 AM
Hello all,
Waiting for parts is a bitch !! so I decided to do a little experiment as follows:
3 coil pairs, 1 pair rotor drivers and 2 pairs gen coils.
Rotor = 8 neo magnets.
1 - 6.18 VDC batter (almost dead).

When I started it up voltage went down to 6.13vdc and only drawing 53ma after a bit of tuning, now after running it for 2 hours, the voltage still hasen't dropped its still at 6.13.

I'm gonna let it run over night and see what happens.
Heres a pic of the unit and a scope shot of 1 of the coil pairs.

Cheers Hitman
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Romero on September 21, 2011, 01:08:25 PM
Hello all,
Waiting for parts is a bitch !! so I decided to do a little experiment as follows:
3 coil pairs, 1 pair rotor drivers and 2 pairs gen coils.
Rotor = 8 neo magnets.
1 - 6.18 VDC batter (almost dead).

When I started it up voltage went down to 6.13vdc and only drawing 53ma after a bit of tuning, now after running it for 2 hours, the voltage still hasen't dropped its still at 6.13.

I'm gonna let it run over night and see what happens.
Heres a pic of the unit and a scope shot of 1 of the coil pairs.

Cheers Hitman
Hi,
Is that battery a 12 volt batt? if it is, don't let it stay too much at that low voltage, you might lose that battery very soon.
Romero
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on September 21, 2011, 08:29:28 PM
Bahhh, when I woke up this morning the battery was down to 6.10 volts :(
I think there could be an improvement in coil placement.

@ romero
It was a 6 volt battery, I would never let a 12 volt battery get down to 6 volts !!! I'm a long time follower of all Mr Bedini's work :)

PS: I'll try to place my gen coils more like the adams motor and see if there is any improvement, I am also open to anyones suggestions from anyone !

Cheers Hitman
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on September 22, 2011, 08:19:39 AM
Good evening all or should I say good morning,
Today I made a new rotor with only 4 magnets NSNS and used the same 1 pair of coils to drive the gen as in the adams motor. I then placed 1 gen coil at 30? from the 1st drive coil and placed another gen coil at 210? from the 1st drive coil or 30? from the 2nd drive coil.
After tuning the 1st gen coil for best placement I noticed the 2nd gen coil had much higher voltage peaks then the 1st gen coil. I removed the 1st gen coil and placed it at -30? from the 2nd drive coil and with ease was able to match the 2nd gen coils higher voltage ??????

Now when I hooked up everything to a FWBR's and a CAP I also took the BEMF of the drive coils and connected it to the same CAP. As soon as I connected a load (16volt incandescent lamp) my amp draw dropped from 102ma to 44ma and rpm's doubled but the little lamp was not very bright.
Voltage accross the CAP loaded was only 1.8VDC but I still got the effect I'm looking for :)
Ah yes before I forget voltage accross my CAP unloaded was a nice 74VDC.

I will make a video of this tomorrow and try to figure out why the coils beside the 1st drive coil don't have as much voltage as the ones on the 2nd drive coil.

Its late good night all,
Hitman
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on September 23, 2011, 12:05:19 AM
heres the effect using 4 different input voltages:



This evening I will be adding 2 more coils to the setup.

Cheers Hitman
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Romero on September 23, 2011, 01:59:20 AM
heres the effect using 4 different input voltages:



This evening I will be adding 2 more coils to the setup.

Cheers Hitman
Excellent job, well done!
Just for testing can you add another diode in parallel with that existing one and see if any difference.

Romero
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on September 23, 2011, 09:07:36 AM
Hey all :)

Correct me if I'm wrong here but the next step would be to use this effect to power a load just the right size so as not to slow the rotor down past the point of being unloaded or just don't pull more power then is available threw the effect.

@romero
I will add diodes tomorrow, its 4 in the morning here and my wife thinks I'm going crazy with this stuff hehe, I spent the day testing coils that were opposite to each other in bucking configuration, many lovely scope shots :) many that look like the Kromery wave forms but with much higher peaks, very cool stuff....

Good Night,
Hitman

Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Romero on September 23, 2011, 11:17:11 AM
Hey all :)

Correct me if I'm wrong here but the next step would be to use this effect to power a load just the right size so as not to slow the rotor down past the point of being unloaded or just don't pull more power then is available threw the effect.

@romero
I will add diodes tomorrow, its 4 in the morning here and my wife thinks I'm going crazy with this stuff hehe, I spent the day testing coils that were opposite to each other in bucking configuration, many lovely scope shots :) many that look like the Kromery wave forms but with much higher peaks, very cool stuff....

Good Night,
Hitman

Hitman,
you are getting the point :)
Romero
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on September 24, 2011, 12:56:57 AM
I connected in parallel another diode as romero suggested and the amp draw went down a few micro amps, remember every little bit helps the over all system, 1+1=3 :)
Thanks romero,

I won't be here all week end cause I got a gig a couple of hundred miles from here with no internet connection so u all be careful this weekend and surprise me with something new on monday.

@ deep_cut or DC
I made you a video that might help, but won't be able to compress it till this morning and upload it to utube.

Cheers Hitman.
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on September 24, 2011, 01:17:41 AM
Hitman's theory to acceleration under load (this is just how I think things happen),

BEMF, Radient energy, CEMF what ever you wish to call it is opposite to conventional electricity and there fore induces the opposite effect to the magnets on the rotor by accelerating the rpm and reducing the total amp draw due to lenz's law.

Simple enough ???

Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: DeepCut on September 26, 2011, 07:05:39 PM
I think there's a lot we don't know since none of us here (correct me if i'm wrong) have qualifications or experience in electrical engineering.

I think Thane Heins' theory on why it works seems to be solid, at certain frequencies, with the right coil, the gen coil acts as a capacitor.

I'll start a new thread with my results so far.

Cheers,

Gary.
Title: TK device update
Post by: Hitman on November 22, 2011, 07:01:09 PM
This morning I was fooling around with my TK replication and found a spot while tuning that gave me an output of 186vac at 1.1a , measurment was taken loaded with a 120v christmans light. (210Watts)

Power input was 12v at .544a (6.5Watts)

I rushed in the house to tell my wife and she replied "Cool, when are you gonna fix the front door ?"

I need to do more tests, I'm not sure of my results.

Cheers Hitman

ummmmm the smell of burnt components ! hehe
at a certain freq. both meters go wacko and I'm getting major heat from my transistor in signal gen....
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: free_nrg on November 23, 2011, 02:25:02 AM
I rushed in the house to tell my wife and she replied "Cool, when are you gonna fix the front door ?"  ;D

That's hilarious!!!!!
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Romero on November 23, 2011, 12:35:53 PM
@Hitman
I have the same type of conversation with my wife every time I report good results.
In my case the answer is ' now are we going to heat the house for free?'

Is your input power comming from a battery of from the wall socket?
I had something similar some time ago working on kapanadze system, the input was showing about one amp and I had 100w bulb as load then I add another 100w and no diferrence on the input. I was jumping... happy but soon I realised that the switching power supply was passing electricity thru one inside capacitors and I was using the ground for the load closing the circuit :)
If you can get the same result using a battery then you are really getting something.

Success,
Romero
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on November 23, 2011, 04:23:50 PM
@romero,
I'm using a battery to power everything, I've seen what you mention with a power supply connected to mains. I also installed an 8ft copper pipe that has been hammered into the ground to see if that would help anything but there was no difference.

Adjusting the freq to higher hz makes the DDM measuring output amps go crazy, from 1 to 4 amps so I'm pretty sure my readings are wrong but my light bulb is lighting up over full brightness, better then when I plug it into the 110v mains.

I also lit up a 4 foot 40watt neon tube to full brightness adjusting voltage to over 300V with load on.

Cheers Hitman
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: DeepCut on November 25, 2011, 01:44:14 AM
Never mind your 40 watt neon tubes - fix the bloody door !

;+}


Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on March 01, 2012, 05:28:25 PM
Hi all,
I've replicated something Woopy and serdgo have done with amazing results.

heres the thread from OU forums:
http://www.overunity.com/11761/very-high-and-powerful-voltazh-voltage-from-a-small-voltage/msg314301/#msg314301

Cheers Hitman
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Romero on March 01, 2012, 07:53:20 PM
Hi all,
I've replicated something Woopy and serdgo have done with amazing results.

heres the thread from OU forums:
http://www.overunity.com/11761/very-high-and-powerful-voltazh-voltage-from-a-small-voltage/msg314301/#msg314301

Cheers Hitman
good work Hitman, I have used the yoke from tv's and monitors for few experiments and they are working great.
Big advantage is the winding, much more easy to be done because of separation of two halves.

Romero
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on March 02, 2012, 07:49:42 PM
Wow !!
I can't get over this thing, look at my output voltage with only 6 volts input.
I'd like to crank it up and see how high a voltage I can reach but I don't want to blow anymore of my instruments.

Cheers Hitman
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on March 02, 2012, 10:02:54 PM
Hey guys look at this wave form produced by the circuit sergdo provided:
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Romero on March 02, 2012, 11:50:01 PM
Keep on going Hitman, good work!
I will upload myself  a video soon with one of the experiments I am working on now, I need few more tweaks.

Romero
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on March 23, 2012, 07:33:52 PM
Hey all,
I found something very strange today when I connected a ramp of leds 100V to an oscillating ssg circuit, I had 45volts and when connected it gave me a reading of -661volts and lit all leds to full brightness. I was using a 9volt battery for power, I must check on the scope but I have no more time today :(

Cheers Hitman

I made a quick video


Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: landownunder on March 25, 2012, 12:07:46 PM
Could only see 4o seconds of your you tube video but sounds goods.
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on March 26, 2012, 06:19:59 AM
I finally got the spark :)
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: crazycut06 on March 26, 2012, 03:13:22 PM
Nice sparks there :)
Title: Free energy ???
Post by: Hitman on September 04, 2012, 07:09:55 PM
Today I was working on my HHO heating system which is powered with a 60 watt solar panel connected to four 12 volt batteries,
I started connecting the power to the unit first with the + from the batteries then I connected the external ground which is made of a 1/2 in X 8 ft copper tube hammered into the ground, and suddenly my power led lit up!! without the - of the batteries connected.

After disconnecting everything to isolate where the power was coming from I found it to be the solar panel, I connected a volt meter across the positive of the panel and my external ground (not the neg of the panel) and got a reading of 18.5 volts. I then switched the meter to amps setting and got 61ma.

Hummm, now electrons flow from - to + right ? I don't get it ?  1.1 watts from the ground ??

After further studing this I noticed that at after dark it no longer worked, only in day light ???
I also tried connecting just the + of a battery and NADA !

This is bugging the hell out of me ! anyone have any explanations ?
I must find out what this panel is doing that is so special and try with other panels.

Cheers Hitman
Title: Re: Free energy ???
Post by: crazycut06 on September 05, 2012, 06:23:42 AM
Today I was working on my HHO heating system which is powered with a 60 watt solar panel connected to four 12 volt batteries,
I started connecting the power to the unit first with the + from the batteries then I connected the external ground which is made of a 1/2 in X 8 ft copper tube hammered into the ground, and suddenly my power led lit up!! without the - of the batteries connected.

After disconnecting everything to isolate where the power was coming from I found it to be the solar panel, I connected a volt meter across the positive of the panel and my external ground (not the neg of the panel) and got a reading of 18.5 volts. I then switched the meter to amps setting and got 61ma.


Hummm, now electrons flow from - to + right ? I don't get it ?  1.1 watts from the ground ??

After further studing this I noticed that at after dark it no longer worked, only in day light ???
I also tried connecting just the + of a battery and NADA !

This is bugging the hell out of me ! anyone have any explanations ?
I must find out what this panel is doing that is so special and try with other panels.

Cheers Hitman

Hi Hitman,
This is just a hunch, maybe your solar panel is acting like an antenna collecting protons + in sunlight and your copper tube is earth grounded where the electrons - flow, that's why it did not work at night.
Title: HHO heating system update
Post by: Hitman on September 14, 2012, 11:14:36 PM
This is very promising, I've been working on this for awhile now and I think this is the way to go and is very easy to replicate. There are 3 by-products, heat, hydrogen and electricity, what else could you ask for?

I am now at the stage where I must design a functional reactor to take advantage of all 3 products and better control the reaction between plasma and hydrogen.

This is what I'm talking about:
Prof. Kanarev plasma electrolysis and other HHO discoveries


and heres where I'm at :)


Cheers Hitman
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Romero on September 15, 2012, 01:16:42 PM
@Hitman

good to hear that you are progressing, I haven't played with HHO for a long time now.

Romero
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on September 15, 2012, 06:03:32 PM
Heres my basic design, I might have to install a temp sensor so that the pump turns on when the water temp gets to close to boiling thats if the natural convection is not enough.

Cheers Hitman
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on September 29, 2012, 01:52:13 AM
Hummmm check this out guys



Cheers Hitman
Title: Muller Motor Generator Revisited
Post by: Hitman on February 28, 2013, 06:25:41 PM
I was board yesterday and pulled out my mini muller to play with a few different ideas I've had for awhile.

Heres a shot of one of the output coils :)
Title: Re: Muller Motor Generator Revisited
Post by: Romero on February 28, 2013, 08:14:29 PM
I was board yesterday and pulled out my mini muller to play with a few different ideas I've had for awhile.

Heres a shot of one of the output coils :)
Now you are at the point where you can do many things, don't change anything just concentrate on charging a capacitor then at regular intervals damp it to the load. Lots of people on these forums are trying very hard to get to that point, most of them never succeeded. Make a note of the rpm and the voltage applied, things can change very easy if voltage or rpm is different.

Regards,
Romero
Title: Re: Muller Motor Generator Revisited
Post by: Hitman on March 01, 2013, 04:58:39 PM
I changed my switching transistor from a "BC557" to a "2SB880" and got much better results.
1st scope shot is with an open coil.
2nd shot is with the coil shorted giving 14ma at 25v and the generator speeds up as you can see in the scope shot.

Cheers Hitman

@romero
Do you know of a switching circuit using a transistor or mosfet that would completely isolate the switching from the power supply, I was thinking of an octo coupler but thought I might ask you before I try it.
Title: Re: Muller Motor Generator Revisited
Post by: Romero on March 01, 2013, 06:42:11 PM
I changed my switching transistor from a "BC557" to a "2SB880" and got much better results.
1st scope shot is with an open coil.
2nd shot is with the coil shorted giving 14ma at 25v and the generator speeds up as you can see in the scope shot.

Cheers Hitman

@romero
Do you know of a switching circuit using a transistor or mosfet that would completely isolate the switching from the power supply, I was thinking of an octo coupler but thought I might ask you before I try it.
octocoupler is good but you don't really need it, I am not very sure what you mean, can you please draw a schematic with your actual circuit so I can understand it better

Romero
Title: Re: Muller Motor Generator Revisited
Post by: Hitman on March 01, 2013, 09:58:41 PM
@ romero,
First let me explain what I'm trying to do, I want to short a coil exactly like a reed switch does but do it electronically and completely isolated from any power source.
The schematic below shows the basic idea, I'm sure the octo coupler wouldn't withstand much voltage before burning up but I will give it a try for the hell of it.

Cheers Hitman
Title: Re: Muller Motor Generator Revisited
Post by: Romero on March 02, 2013, 06:11:06 PM
@ romero,
First let me explain what I'm trying to do, I want to short a coil exactly like a reed switch does but do it electronically and completely isolated from any power source.
The schematic below shows the basic idea, I'm sure the octo coupler wouldn't withstand much voltage before burning up but I will give it a try for the hell of it.

Cheers Hitman
the optocoupler will die shortly, better use Doug konehead circuit. Check this link for more info. https://sites.google.com/site/alternativeworldenergy/shorting-coils-more
This one works very good but for better performance add more transistors in parallel.

Romero
Title: Re: Muller Motor Generator Revisited
Post by: Hitman on March 02, 2013, 08:12:41 PM
the optocoupler will die shortly, better use Doug konehead circuit. Check this link for more info. https://sites.google.com/site/alternativeworldenergy/shorting-coils-more
This one works very good but for better performance add more transistors in parallel.

Romero

Thank you romero
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: DeepCut on March 11, 2013, 04:34:01 PM
Nice one Hitman, intriguing scope shots :)

What sort of RPM are you running at ?


Watching with interest,

DC.
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on March 11, 2013, 09:44:50 PM
Nice one Hitman, intriguing scope shots :)

What sort of RPM are you running at ?


Watching with interest,

DC.

I'm not sure but I can get that wave form at almost any speed, of course I do want the correct rpm so nothing slows down when shorted. Right now I'm building a new rotor so I can use both the north and south poles.

Cheers Hitman
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: crazycut06 on March 11, 2013, 11:29:57 PM
Nice one Hitman, intriguing scope shots :)

What sort of RPM are you running at ?


Watching with interest,

DC.

I'm not sure but I can get that wave form at almost any speed, of course I do want the correct rpm so nothing slows down when shorted. Right now I'm building a new rotor so I can use both the north and south poles.

Cheers Hitman

Hi Hitman,
Are you making a dual rotor setup?

Regards
Cc
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on March 12, 2013, 05:30:23 PM
Hi Hitman,
Are you making a dual rotor setup?

Regards
Cc
Hello CC,

No, I said I'd make a new rotor cause the one I'm using to produce those wave forms is the one I used in my coil shorting experiment, 30 neo 1/4" X 1/4" X 1/16' all N-S-N-S configuration and this rotor has given me the best results even though I'm only using half the magnetic field.

My current system is able to run off a 23000mfd 15v cap for 2.25 minutes with only a drive coil connected which is something I've never been able to do before and adding coils gives me the wave form I'm looking for. I have 2 problems thow, collecting the energy and putting it back into the source and I must use both sides of the magnet, that's why I want to build a new muller style rotor. I'm convinced this can self run.

Cheers Hitman
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: DeepCut on March 12, 2013, 06:13:43 PM
I was given a rotor that i no longer use if you want it.

It's 200mm diameter, 10mm thick and has 24 x 10mm square holes around it for magnets, plus a 6mm centre hole.

I'll gladly post it for nothing if you think you can use it.


DC.
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on March 12, 2013, 09:40:09 PM
I was given a rotor that i no longer use if you want it.

It's 200mm diameter, 10mm thick and has 24 x 10mm square holes around it for magnets, plus a 6mm centre hole.

I'll gladly post it for nothing if you think you can use it.


DC.

Thank you very much for the offer DC but that rotor is way past where I'm currently at, I also have some 10mm thick plexie glass that I'm planning to use for my rotor but I'm not sure how many magnets it will contain till I either test it my self or has anyone played with the amount of magnets on the rotor ? like is it better to have more then less to get the acceleration effect ?

I have an idea for a rotor I can test with using the platinum disks in a HD but that will have to wait till I finish testing the 2 projects I'm currently working on now.

Cheers Hitman

BTW, one of the projects I'm working on is a Bedini type DC brushless fan conversion that was claimed to be a self runner, I'm now on the 3rd day of testing and so far if I keep swapping the batteries when the primary is discharged to 6.10 volts the charge battery is constantly being charged up to 6.21v - 6.24v, I'm using a manual switch to swap batteries, does anyone know of a voltage sensing circuit that could do the job for me ?
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: crazycut06 on March 13, 2013, 12:52:33 AM
Hi Hitman,
Are you making a dual rotor setup?

Regards
Cc
Hello CC,

No, I said I'd make a new rotor cause the one I'm using to produce those wave forms is the one I used in my coil shorting experiment, 30 neo 1/4" X 1/4" X 1/16' all N-S-N-S configuration and this rotor has given me the best results even though I'm only using half the magnetic field.

My current system is able to run off a 23000mfd 15v cap for 2.25 minutes with only a drive coil connected which is something I've never been able to do before and adding coils gives me the wave form I'm looking for. I have 2 problems thow, collecting the energy and putting it back into the source and I must use both sides of the magnet, that's why I want to build a new muller style rotor. I'm convinced this can self run.

Cheers Hitman

Good to hear that,  keep it up!
Bdw Have you considered using the circuit romero posted?
http://www.underservice.org/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=201.0;attach=1228

Regards
Cc
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on March 13, 2013, 02:28:26 AM

Good to hear that,  keep it up!
Bdw Have you considered using the circuit romero posted?
http://www.underservice.org/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=201.0;attach=1228

Regards
Cc

Yes I saw that schematic but I want something much simpler then that for right now, I'm trying to simply dump my cap into the primary when drive pulse is off using an NPN transistor, when my hall is on the npn is off ect...

Cheers Hitman
Title: Pancake coil
Post by: Hitman on March 28, 2013, 06:35:43 PM
Today while introducing a ferrite core into a series of bi-filer pancake coils I noticed that I could completely remove the ac signal or change its phase by 180 deg. just with the position of the core, might be important hehe  ;D

Cheers Hitman
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: DeepCut on March 28, 2013, 08:12:00 PM
A 180 shift ?

Sounds very handy, nice one Hitman :)


atb,

DC.
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on April 21, 2013, 05:29:08 PM
This is supposed to be how skycollection wound his coils,
Has anyone tried this ?
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Dave45 on April 23, 2013, 12:56:56 PM
This is supposed to be how skycollection wound his coils,
Has anyone tried this ?

Very cool design the outer coils are catching the bemf of the inner coil, outstanding,whoever designed this has a good comprehension of whats happening with the fields.
This could be expanded upon just by adding coils, I wonder how this would fare on an induction cooker.
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: crazycut06 on April 26, 2013, 12:05:15 AM
There's something wrong with the drawing all of the coils are shorted, how can it produce power? Romero can you pls. Redo the drawing for correct connection? Thanks!

Regards
Cc
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Romero on April 26, 2013, 12:23:50 AM
There's something wrong with the drawing all of the coils are shorted, how can it produce power? Romero can you pls. Redo the drawing for correct connection? Thanks!

Regards
Cc
It's not me who posted that picture, I have not tested a configuration like that. Shorted coils is not a problem but this is not what I was expecting.

Romero
Title: Re: Hitman Experiments
Post by: Hitman on August 22, 2014, 04:35:45 PM
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