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  • Tesla Free Energy Air Circuit Design and Testing

    My single bridge got about 26 volts so the higher your elevations the higher the voltage I live on a hill.

    It should be possible to put the bridges in series on the output to get hundreds of volts if you want to run some sort of hydrogen electrolyser. Or just recharge a high voltage battery bank. But in parallel you should get more amps.

    I did something similar with a bridge rectifier. I also found using a high inductance coil will buzz a small piezo disc. So there may be a connections to boosting the ac with piezo disc and inductors to collect power from the diode bridge rectifier maybe. My inductor was a 300mh transformer with a 3mh output. So if there is a way to trigger a larger piezo and up the current or do some sort of reverse tesla coil experiment that was just some ruminations. But the bridge did light an led from the tv antenna and I had a large copper coated steel rod for my ground. It was also in a ditch line that was wet alot. So good grounding is key.

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  • TravisM18 commented on guyfrom7up's instructable Free Energy

    bifillar pancake coils wrer used for energy recievers. A spark gap used in circuit or oscillator for electro static charge for coil. Ion power group collector may work

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  • TravisM18 commented on benheck's instructable Commodore 64 Laptop

    This makes me want to try Amiga operating system.

    so where can I buy something like that s for fouty bucks? Or should I try Amiga operating system Four on PC? I here the Amiga was used for gaming. I wonder what the succors tithes systems are?l

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  • Try a bc517 Darlington transistor or avalanche transistor to get longer run time. Also 100k resistor, .01 or .01uf bypass capacitor. If you use Zenger diodes in with led it may cut current draw. Use super joule looper at laserhacker.com. also 8 ohm audio transformer on mini size should work.

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  • May I suggest using a bridge rectifier maybe a Schottky type or silicon carbide diodes as they may be more stable over wide temperatures. I wonder if you used an LC tank circuit fed into a bridge?

    May I suggest using a bridge rectifier maybe a Schottky type or silicon carbide diodes as they may be more stable over wide temperatures. I wonder if you used an LC tank circuit fed into a bridge?

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