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I have finished etching and propagating the control board. I'm starting the tuning process.
This is a video of my first demo fusor being tested. This unit is for learning purposes and once I understand more I will build a nice solid unit. So much to learn and understand but I have it working in demo mode. The entire setup will have to be redone to withstand the temperatures of future runs.
This is my replication of the Bedini Ferris Wheel Regauging Motor. I have just rebuilt the driver circuit for the motor and I'm just starting to work on rebuilding the timing wheel. The wheel spin rate is too high and I'm making adjustments to correct that problem. At this point the motor runs and recharges it's secondary battery. The rear pancake generator produces 96 volts and I'm building a capture dump device to harness the energy it is creating. I've had a good time building this and am excited to see where I can take this. I'll post another video showing the voltage and amp draw and production.
I have been nursing an injured leg for awhile now and I'm just starting to feel well enough to start back experimenting. This is my replication of John Bedini's Earth Light. It is powered using a "Air Battery" based on Lasersaber's design. I watched Lidmotor's video this evening and was inspired to go pickup one of the Whirlpool carbon filters from our local Lowes. The battery is amazing and combined with John Bedini"s Earth Light it is a performance champ. Thanks Lidmotor for the jump start and thank you John for your continued sharing and teaching.
High Temperature Plasma Electrolysis fully based on the Tadahiko Mizuno Experiments.
Working with the Slayer exciter I'm finding more interesting ways that our body and even things we hold can be effected and effect radio waves. In this video I show a radio receiving music wirelessly from an iPod I'm holding.
Thought I needed to let everyone know what I've been doing.
Well the title says it all.
I was powering my single wire pancake coil with the Stingo the other night and I was placing Neo magnets in the center tube to see the effects. One effect with a large 1/2 inch sphere is that the coil holds the magnet at dead center of the coil in the tube. It will lift it off the table and it hovers inside the tube. Secondly while playing with a smaller sphere I noticed it would spin for a moment once in the center of the tube. So I placed it on top a small plastic tube inside the tube the pancake coil is wound on and the magnet spun up and ran like a single magnet Bedini motor. I was amazed by this. Has anyone else had this experience.
Thought I would give a little update on what I've been up to. This covers mostly my progress on the Kapagen generator. In the video I credit JNL Labs it should be JLN Labs. I apologize for that.
In my attempt to better understand how wireless electricity works I thought Id share with you what my results were. I'm not a scientist but I will always be a student. I welcome all comments that will help me better understand .
Tonight is just for fun. I hooked up the Slayer Exciter to an array of devices and this is what I got.
I just finished my build and gave it a little test run tonight. It does transfer energy by single wire nicely. Next I will build the Light board and sink some ground plates in the back yard so I can really test it out. This was a really fun build. Now back to the Slayer Exciter Project and other things I need to work on.
I was running the new Bifilar pancake coil and I had a 1/2 neo sphere in my hand and I dropped it by accident next to the coil and it began spinning around the coil and sometimes it looks almost like it's flying.
This is a compact all in one exciter coil setup. The secondary coil is a pancake wound with 275 turns of AWG #28 magnet wire. The primary is a spiral pancake 8 turns of AWG #12 stranded copper wire.
This is my replication of Suchayovideo's Stingo. Mine is the basic setup and I have run it with a Bosch ignition coil with great results. Tonight I thought I would try having the Stingo power the pancake coil I made for the Slayer Exciter the other night. The results were rather interesting.
I wound this bifilar pancake coil based on a post that Lidmotor made replicating my Pancake coil driven by the Slayer Exciter. In the post he discuses with Jackscholze the idea of winding a Bifilar pancake coil. I wound a bifilar pancake coil and tried to connect it in the fashion of Tesla's Bifilar coil to the Slayer Exciter and was not able to make it work connected that way. With it connected normal it performed very well. I think I need to revisit that experiment again. I then connected this bifilar pancake coil to the basic Bedini circuit and this is the results.
I thought I would test the new setup and see what kind of range I would have transmitting energy by single wire. I made a mistake in the video I said the milliamp' s was 250 it is 500. The results are real . I'm sure I could take the wire down the street and it would still lite the LED board.
I watched Lidmotors new video tonight and I wanted to try and replicate his Jonny / Lidmotor Exciter setup. I searched the shop and found I don't have a 10 Kv trigger coil (I call it a Trigger switch in the video) so I decided I would wind a pancake coil and see if I could make it run using the Slayer Exciter. The results are interesting.
This is a Jacobs Ladder I built for the Low County Food Bank fund raiser dinner. The theme of the dinner was Mad Science.
I was working on my setup and found a funny sound anomaly. I also display how to speak as though I'm tongue tied. I think this shows that there is so much to lean and understand. I'm sure there is a logical reason why these things occur and I love learning what they are.
I have finished winding the new coils and I'm now building individual exciters for each coil. Tonight I thought I'd show how the output has improved with the new coils. I'm running this on 24 volts. I look forward to the coming experiments running 3 and 4 coils at once. It should be interesting.
This is the 5th in a series of Table Top Tesla coils I've been building.
The transformer is a 10kV 23mA OBIT
The capacitor is a MMC type 16kV 10nF
The spark gap is a custom sucker gap
The primary is 8 turns of 1/4 copper tube
The secondary is 2" former with 13.25 winding height of AWG 30 magnet wire , 1160 turns.
I was trying to replicate JonnyDavro's wireless powering of his Bedini transformer microamp motor but I've only just begun learning about the Bedini motor. I have recently built the basic Bedini School Girl Motor so I thought I'd give it a try with that. I'm using the basic Slayer Exciter powered at 24v. The Bedini Motor is powered by a receiving coil with the bottom wire attached to an earth ground the top wire goes to an AV plug attached to 2 capacitors wired in parallel with the negative and positive going to the Bedini motor circuit.
When experimenting with the Slayer Exciter I heard a strange clicking sound. Watch to see what it was.
Cosmic Gnarler had a few things he wanted me to try out. This ones for you Cosmic.
Jonnydavro asked if I had tried giving the receiving coil I have been using across the room a ground. Here are the results.
Jonnydavro asked if I tried lighting a Flo tube to the large coil I had on the other side of the shop? This is the result.
After thinking about last nights experiment and subsequent post I came to a few conclusions. Last night I felt the Slayer Exciter was wirelessly transmitting to Toroids, spheres, coils , and other items of that nature. Well it was and I still believe coils in particular collect more energy , BUT!
The Slayer Exciter was really transmitting to anything metal in the lab. Watch and see.
I'm still blown away with how much wireless energy is coming out of this circuit being powered by 5 volts.
Ive been playing with the tuning on the Slayer Exciter and I think the out put is tremendous. I'm running this at 24 volts ,42 mA. The basic Slayer Exciter has a TIP31 transistor, 1m resistor and now a variable capacitor across the primary coil. What I have found is that the amount of energy going to the L3 coil is phenomenal as you'll see in this video.
Experiment using replicated SEC Exciter. In this experiment we transmit energy wireless over two feet from the replicated SEC Exciter to a receiving tower and 39 LED board.
Wireless Transmission of energy experiments using the modified Slayer exciter.
This is an experiment with a modified Slayer exciter. I replaced the MPSA06 transistor with a TIP 31. With this change I can run the exciter at 24 volts for long periods of time with no transistor overheating. This experiment shows the exciter transmitting from one side of my shop all the way over to the other side 9 1/2 feet away.
My experiment using the SEC exciter for single wire transmission of energy.
This is my continued experiments using Dr. Stifflers SEC exciter. I'm at the bottom of the ladder in regards to understanding what is going on with the exciter. I read and watch what I can and back it up with real world testing for myself. Dr. Stifflers work with the SEC exciter and other related projects is unparalleled. To find out more go to Stiffler Scientific http://188.8.131.52/
I have been adjusting the tuning on this coil and I think I have it very close to being dialed in. The coil is 3" x 17". 15 inches of AWG 28 magnet wire windings. Its powered by a 9 kV 60 mA NST and a 27 nF MMC .
I built this SSTC , it is based on the design by Steve Ward of stevehv.4hv.org . The output is small but it is my first step into the solid state Tesla coil world. I have so much to learn.
I have been asked by a few people to do a walk through of my shop explaining what everything is while doing it.
I've been having fun building smaller sized coils. I'm trying to use small NST's with matching MMC's, or as close as possible. This coil is powered by a 12kV 30mA NST the MMC is 14 - 0.15uf 2kV caps in series for a total capacitance of 10.71uF. The output on these coils is not huge but the arcs are fat and plentiful. The nice thing is you can demonstrate this coil just about anywhere.
I'm running a test on a new asynchronous rotary spark gap. This is on my 6 inch coil with a Maxwell 45kV .015uF capacitor powered by a 15kV 60mA NST.
This is a test run on a revised Tesla coil. This coil was the first Tesla coil I built a few years ago. The secondary coil has been replaced due to damage the original received during a move. The new secondary is wound on a 3 inch form with 1100 turns of 28 AWG magnet wire. The capacitor was replaced with a MMC built using 16 - .22 uF 1600 volt caps in series providing a total capacitance of 13.75 nF at 25600 volt. The transformer is now a 9900 volt 30mA NST. The top load needs to be larger and perhaps lowered which should eliminate the outbreaks around the top of the secondary.