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Re: Ronnie Walker (aka gpssonar) Replication
« Reply #40 on: May 04, 2016, 09:59:34 am »
probably was not clear that i mean that using the chokes as primary is different than using it as secondary..


the amp inhibitor coil was on external core... in many drawings and a coil on a external core receiving pulsed dc flows currnt in only one direction althohugh there is a voltge flip to keep the currnt flowing...

meyer say he have a charging choke on both sides of the cell


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« Reply #41 on: May 04, 2016, 10:28:56 am »
the increadible thing is that analizing it the other way round its totaly diferent... bcause the resonance is on the size of the chokes not the amp inibitor as i´m going to refer to here and after related to this configuration where the chokes are pulsed and and the circuit is closed by diode and amp inhbiter coil...


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Re: Ronnie Walker (aka gpssonar) Replication
« Reply #42 on: May 04, 2016, 14:17:33 pm »
probably was not clear that i mean that using the chokes as primary is different than using it as secondary..


the amp inhibitor coil was on external core... in many drawings and a coil on a external core receiving pulsed dc flows currnt in only one direction althohugh there is a voltge flip to keep the currnt flowing...

meyer say he have a charging choke on both sides of the cell

A charging choke in sense of a secondairy coil?
So, 2 cores. Both with a primary for charging up the secondairys (chokes)?


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Re: Ronnie Walker (aka gpssonar) Replication
« Reply #43 on: May 04, 2016, 14:19:09 pm »
probably was not clear that i mean that using the chokes as primary is different than using it as secondary..


the amp inhibitor coil was on external core... in many drawings and a coil on a external core receiving pulsed dc flows currnt in only one direction althohugh there is a voltge flip to keep the currnt flowing...

meyer say he have a charging choke on both sides of the cell

And then both chokes discharging positive to the cell?



A charging choke in sense of a secondairy coil?
So, 2 cores. Both with a primary for charging up the secondairys (chokes)?

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Re: Ronnie Walker (aka gpssonar) Replication
« Reply #44 on: May 04, 2016, 14:27:40 pm »
what i mean is the chokes being th secondary (pulsed by a primary) and they are conncted to th cell and on th other side to the diode and another coil (not pulsed) closing the circuit ... like reversing where the pulse come ... instead of the (secondary) applyiung a voltag to th chokes.. the chokes appy a voltage on the "secondary" amp inhb coil

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Re: Ronnie Walker (aka gpssonar) Replication
« Reply #45 on: May 04, 2016, 21:32:35 pm »
Sebosfato There was 1 vic per tube. i cant undestand why people is wiring it in series, or parallel...
Did anyone figured out how feedback coil works? Did all of you know why is a 5v present on the feedback wire via resistor?

I am still waiting what people calls "flux cancellation"...

I hope it opens some minds.

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Re: Ronnie Walker (aka gpssonar) Replication
« Reply #46 on: May 04, 2016, 22:48:39 pm »
This one:

(http://open-source-energy.org/?action=dlattach;topic=876.0;attach=9033;image)

look into topic here, page 89:
http://open-source-energy.org/?topic=876.2200

Im waiting on an account activation email to join to see...
That groups policies were if you share and dont explain do not  post.

I'd like to see it but they must not be accepting new members.

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Re: Ronnie Walker (aka gpssonar) Replication
« Reply #47 on: May 04, 2016, 23:39:09 pm »
well there was 11 tubes and 11 vic but i´m talking about anotherthing.. i´m saying that paralleling the vics is possible since it does not sum amps since they restrict the amps... and that it would increase the force of the voltage ...

he could have used all 11 vics for just one tube or maybe 11tubes for 1 vic

the point really is that we get to find the proper frequency and coils sizes for it

the feed back coils and ckt work but need some modification you find in my project section...

the 5v in my view act to reduce the sensibility of the amplifier.... also the diode you see between the transistor and ground also impeed the led to false turn on since the output will not be rail to rail... 
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