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Re: My new approach
« Reply #216 on: July 03, 2023, 23:50:37 pm »



This guy says a microwave magnetron can be used as a high voltage diode

Got me thinking

If a magnetron resonant cavity is excited by the flow of electrons thru it
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Why a water cell would not

works like a whistle?



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Re: My new approach
« Reply #217 on: July 04, 2023, 01:58:43 am »

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Re: My new approach
« Reply #218 on: July 04, 2023, 02:19:27 am »
The magnetron is an RLC circuit...the side cavities are the C and the L. I've wanted to cut the top copper cap off that makes it capacitively coupled and directly attach to the copper protruding "antenna" and use microwave frequency electricity lol.

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Re: My new approach
« Reply #219 on: July 04, 2023, 02:59:04 am »
Posted the demo video on my thread, check it out 🫣

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Re: My new approach
« Reply #220 on: July 04, 2023, 03:32:16 am »
I'll just drop it here too, lol


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Re: My new approach
« Reply #221 on: July 04, 2023, 09:01:07 am »
I'll just drop it here too, lol


Compliment Nice video thanks

I was digging my mind this night and I was thinking back on my feedback transformer

And I found the relation of it to the barbosas patent the electron capture from earth

It consists in basically have a step up transformer connected one side to ground and one side to the primary basically reverting the direction of part of the current coming from the energy meter (basically stealing from the grid) by bucking the output voltage with the phase line in reference to ground…

My feedback transformer was doing quite similar stuff it had 4 cores one on the primary and secondary and couple coil and the other 3 with the output coil

The output coil from the 3 transformers where connected to the load and to the secondary in a bucking configuration therefore feeding back into itself by action of the coupling coil that were 3 turns of 20mm copper shorted into itself

I think the more turns would be more efficient but also would require more turns of the output coil to get same voltage output

Example ckt

L1 100v 50t

L2 200v 100t

L3 1turn ultra thick wire 2 v

L4 200t 400v

Load V = VL4-VL2 = 200v

The L4 is much higher inductance reactance than the L2 since it has 3 cores

I could light a 100w incandescent lamp with that setup

I was also using a regenerative feedback snubber to protect the switch by using 3 diodes a capacitor and another coil with 10 to 20 turns… this coils clamps the voltage output of the core to a maximum that depend on the transform ratio to the primary

The capacitor catch the energy and when the switch closes again it will discharge first thru the clamp coil giving a peak voltage during pulse on much higher… giving a exponential decay over voltage peak  like at every pulse square top

That’s the most efficient way I ever found to protect the switches and allow the collapse of high voltage very very quick

The capacitor and clamp coil is what command the primary discharge or collapse time

The shorted coil however will act too since it has very low resistance

I believe this is different than having two separetadb coils and transformers

I was investigating the ideas of the bitoroid I guess

Here is a pic of how you can save on energy bills until they arrest you

Look at where I wrote equivalent ckt

That what you can feedback the energy thru the load and power line

How much would you save?

If it’s a load of smaller voltage than the source the clock must run backwards if the secondary current is greater than primary

At least at first glance




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Re: My new approach
« Reply #222 on: July 04, 2023, 09:27:38 am »
This Barbosa’s patent made them get some jail here in Brazil

The electrical company accused them to be stealing energy with their device and is very simple actually as I explained

This is specially important when there is distributed energy like solar or wind

Here we can have solar panels at home to reduce the bill of energy by sending the unused energy direct into the grid

Using this device is stealing energy from the company?

Would be possible to replicate with a battery ? If not maybe the previous answer is yes

I found their patents among the patents that cited Meyers patents

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Re: My new approach
« Reply #223 on: July 05, 2023, 01:05:59 am »
The capacitors has just arrived..

Time to think how I’m gonna wire it up