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Joule Thief
« on: March 03, 2009, 11:34:22 am »
I build this new circuit. Its orginaly by Z. Kaparnik

The working of this circuit, is that both coils are charged and discharged.
That way you have always a state of resonance which charges the leds/tube/plates

With consumed power of 2v and 0.1amp i seen bubbles. Voltage across my tube was around 8v.
With strait DC you never ever get production when voltage is lower then 3 volts with natural water.

This circuit is using the collapsing magnetic field for powering the tube/led.
If  you measure the voltage without load, it will be like 50 till 140V!

Because this circuit is so easy and cheap to build,, it would be nice to expand this technology
towards wfc's.

My components:
60wraps bifilarcoil on toroid or 2x 100 turns on a core of ferriet (Brian, the tv coils we once build, do work too)
Transitor: BC 550
diode: 1n4007
Voltage from a battery of powersupply: between the 0.2v and max 4V in.

Please watch this vid: 
See the spikes on his scope? Exact what i see! Very very interesting!

http://www.emanator.demon.co.uk/bigclive/joule.htm
http://www.evilmadscientist.com/article.php/joulethief
http://www.joulethief.com/

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Re: Joule Thief
« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2009, 14:10:23 pm »
Big and improved joul thief.

There is a striking similarity between wat Meyer was doing with his electronics and Tesla Impulse Tech. Meyer pulses dc through a coil (choke) which multiplies the voltage and frequency creating resonance in the water cell electrodes. That is how he is able to fracture water with little amp draw.
I see this as very similar to the way the Joule Thief, Radiant Oscillator and Bedini motor works.

 CFL  tried so far is 13w on one AA battery

http://www.energeticforum.com/renewable-energy/3609-big-joule-theif-6.html



Steve