You got the wrong impression. I don't claim I get better radiant. What I claim is better efficiency.
SO or MJT do not work the same way as other oscillator. When load is high current may reduce (resonance point).
Using only potential do not charge a battery, I already tried that.
What I am after is better efficiency on the conventional side and at the same time charge the battery without heating them up. The combine circuit charge battery without make it hot at 380mA. The battery do heat up when using light bulb as load.
In term of input, mine charge a battery in 6 hour with 1.4A.
Today, a modification to my circuit allow me to charge 7Ah 12V battery at 230mA, with 320mA at 12V input ! This is the conventional electricity measured with amp meter.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iirvQKOj-w
How many amp your battery being charge conventionally? Is the 16mA is measured with amp meter in series with the battery?
input = 540mA at 12V, output = 16mA charging 7Ah 12V and rotating a fan
charger COP = 3%
My previous experiment:
input = 1400mA at 12V, output = 160mA charging 7Ah 12V
charger COP = 11%
To be fair, I make video where output is also powering a fan:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymIj_ZGdttY
input = 1.05A at 12V, output = 120mA charging 7Ah 12V and a fan in series
charger COP = 11.4%
Because of combined output, mine produce better conventional efficiency than what can be done with direct method.
Try to combine your circuit