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Steorn Orbo
« on: February 01, 2010, 20:24:02 pm »
So now i watched their overunity videos.
Apparently they measured current over time and compared energy in and energy out with energy out being 3.xx times larger than energy in, depending on the position of the pickup coil.
Is anyone going to buy the developer license? If their claim is true after all the 419€ are nothing compared to the change it can bring, but because of the type of this technology one cannot be 100% sure. I'm hoping for some bloggers to visit them and take their own measurements over the next two weeks, then I'll decide.

Who would need a complicated Stan Meyer system if it was so easy like they claim..

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« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2010, 22:23:42 pm »
Let the real company developpers developp a motor and we will see .

Im still suspicious , all is too open and too honest .

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« Reply #2 on: February 01, 2010, 22:43:18 pm »
It's most likely a scam juding from past inventors and companies. I thought about how they could have cheated on the overunity test. the oscilloscope shows the energy as I² * R. They could have chosen a larger R than in reality and make it look like overunity. As i said i'm interested in testing from independent people.

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« Reply #3 on: February 01, 2010, 23:21:14 pm »
It's most likely a scam juding from past inventors and companies. I thought about how they could have cheated on the overunity test. the oscilloscope shows the energy as I² * R. They could have chosen a larger R than in reality and make it look like overunity. As i said i'm interested in testing from independent people.

Give it 6 months and if we still see charged up batteries and a perpetual rotating motor it will be one of thos bedini type thing .

Them companies surely will developp something soon .

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« Reply #4 on: February 02, 2010, 04:07:50 am »
They didn't do the simple things you would expect to do to show over unity...

... they didn't run a bigger load on a smaller input...
... the didn't light up a bunch of light bulbs to show all the electricity produced...
... they didn't loop the output to the input to make it self sustaining...
... they don't even have simple straight forward "THIS IS MY INPUT - THIS IS MY OUTPUT -  IT'S OVERUNITY" type readings...

The guy has a fancy scope, and talks in circles, he has something that spins and looks nice...
JLN did a replication, and I think he has positive results, which may give the technology some merit, however based on the videos from this guy, he has a lot more development adn demonstrations to do before I take much of an interest.

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« Reply #5 on: February 02, 2010, 10:06:23 am »
The guy has a fancy scope, and talks in circles, he has something that spins and looks nice...
JLN did a replication, and I think he has positive results, which may give the technology some merit, however based on the videos from this guy, he has a lot more development adn demonstrations to do before I take much of an interest.
That's a scope we use at college too, nothing fancy about it, only horribly expensive. I read that they will publish data for everyone to evaluate on their website soon.

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Optical Sensor needed
« Reply #6 on: February 14, 2010, 16:58:48 pm »
Does anyone know what type the optical sensors are which everyone uses? For example JNaudin here:
(http://jnaudin.free.fr/steorn/images/steornv3b.jpg)

I searched the internet for half an hour now without any part that i could use. Can anyone help? Naudins version seems to be an Integrated Circuit (IC), at least it looks like that in his schematics.

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Re: Steorn Orbo
« Reply #7 on: February 14, 2010, 18:15:26 pm »
Not sure what they are called, but I think they just tell the difference between black and white, and he has a piece of black electrical tape to trigger the sensor. (unless i am thinking of a different device...)

people build small robots with them and have them follow the black line of electrical tape.