On the forum it is said: "Don't be afraid to ask these questions openly on the forum. Many others would be able to contribute answers to your questions." Besides being a 'newbie' I know that I know nothing about 'radiant eneegy' or scalar electricity is as it is also called, and wish to be extremely meticulous in asking questions-one omitted or superflous minor detail could mean failure-assume nothing&question everything.
The batteries in question will be used as a permanent rechargable via Imhotep's radiant oscillator power supply for experiments with radiant energy or 'scalar' electricity and will NOT be used in circuits with'"ordinary" electricity.
*We ordered 4 lead acid sealed liquid electrolyte Batteries for these experiments through Radio Shack. They have larger sizes in amps/hr, such as shown here on Imhoteo's pages. Part #23-9080, 12 volt 1.3 Amp/hour sealed Lead acid battery(has liquid electrolyte). These batteries, & all parts mentioned can be seen at http://www.radioshack.com
. They have a onsite phone number where you can order these and other parts sent by UPS within the USA. On Imhoteps' site here in another posting, we gave an international phone number in Texas where you can order these and other parts from anywhere in the world, sent by Fedex Airmail, payable by Visa or Mastercard. A standardized, common siource of parts makes experimenting easier-you can even order the identical auto relay that Imhotep uses for the radiant oscillator from Radio Shack!
*How long approximately should I leave discharge bulb accross terminals? In the Radio Shack Catalogue, there is #272-1163,6V 650mA Krypton Lamp.Cost: $1.79 Two of these in series gives 12v @ 650ma for a 'load' to discharge the battery. If I 'measure' the amount of discharge,after disconnecting the bulb/load should I take a time-in minutes-to let the battery "settle" so I can get an accurate reading putting the volt meter electrodes accross the terminals?
*Should I use an old fashioned VOM(Volt Ohm Meter) to measure the voltages accross the sealed lead acid batteries when checking for charge. Here, the measured voltage engages the mechanical movement of the meter directly through perhaps a resistor network to set for full scale-there is no 'regular'in meter usually 9 volt DC battery or digital electric circuitry as is the case in a modern digital voltmeter. i had talked with John Bedini some years ago, and he said to keep all 'regular' electricity away from circuits-including batteries-that are charged with 'scalar"
electricity alternatively called "radiant energy". Like fire& water, "scalar" and "regular" everyday electricity DONT mix, according to John. An 'old time' VOM-volt meter measuring part- is just a mechanical meter movement & resistors-that is it.
*What voltage should I bring these 12v, 1.3Ah batteries down to, voltage measured accross the + and - terminals (with a VOM_NOT digital meter) that is the low or discharge point of a cycle? As said in the page, I assume the 'high' point after charge is @14.4-14.8volts. If this is the 'high' point of the charge cycle, what will be the "low" point in volts to safely discharge the sealed lead acid battery?
Then, when I have reached this 'low' voltage, I plug the battery in to the Imhotep Radiant Oscillator, which I prefer to use as a beginner or newbie because of the simplicity of its construction. I let the battery 'charge' in the radiant oscillator until it reaches @14.4 to 14.8 volts, this is one charge cycle. I repeat this eight or nine times? What tells me that I have repeated "enough" times or charge cycles in an individual battery? I am going to be using these batteries as a source of 'scalar' electricity or "radiant energy", and plan to NEVER charge them again with 'regular'
electricity; they are all brand new as sent to me by Radio Shack.
*How much time do I leave these 12v 1.3AH sealed liquid lead cells on charge using the Imhotep radiant oscillator for a charge? Does the Imhotep radiant oscillator "self regulate", or must i periodically check the voltage across this battery? What period if necessary to check the voltage across the +,- terminals: three/four hours, every hour? Do I have to turn the Imhoptep radiant energy charger off when making these voltage measurements? If I have to turn it off, must i wait for the battery to 'settle' before making an accurate measurement? HOw long in minutes, if this is important?
*What size light bulb-12v-how many amps should I use for a 'load test' after charging? How does this relate to the stated amp/hr-here in my case 1.3AH that is marked on the case of the cell?
I wish to use the Imhotep radiant oscillator to convert to radiant energy:
*What would be the safe voltage to discharge the AAA down to for a charge cycle?
*Can I use a light bulb to discharge this battery, how many milliampres?
*What is the maximum voltage I want to 'see' measuring across +,- leads of this AAA battery?
*How often should I measure the charging voltage accross the +,- terminals: hourly, every 2 hours, every four hours, or some other time period?
* What size load resistor do you suggest accross the AAA battery to discharge it as part of the charge/discharge cycle? Radio Shack Mineature Lamp #272-1139,1.5volts, 25milliampres. Cost: $1.49 How many hours to leave this lamp across the +,- terminals of the AAA Battery to get 'down'voltage part of charge/discharge cycle with Imhotep Radiant Oscillator? Oscillator fed from 12v Lead Acid battery-this is rechargable from wall & has cigarette lighter style 12V out terminal, is normally used to give 'jump start' to car.(Use this as my shop power supply)
*and 1.2 volt AA 2450mAh battery.
*What would be the safe voltage to discharge the AA down for a charge cycle?
*How often should I measure the charging voltage across the +,- terminals:
hourly, every 2 hours, every 4 hours, or some other time period?
*What size load resistor do you suggest across the AA battery to discharge it as part of the charge/discharge cycle? Radio Shack:272-1139, 1.5 Volts,25milliampres. Cost: $1.49. How many hours to leave this lamp across the +,- terminals of the AA battery to get 'down'voltage part of charge/discharge cycle with Imhotep radiant oscillator? Oscilator fed from 12v Lead Acid battery-this is rechargable from wall & has cigarette lighter style 12V out terminal, is normally used to give 'jump start' to car- portable small unit purchased from auto parts shop.(Use this as my shop power supply)
It is said on the website battery section here:(quoted)
Connect your meter to the + and - of the charging battery.
"...I find it easier to tell when lead acid batteries are fully charged, when a 12v battery has reached 14.4 to 14.8v it is fully charged just the same as on your car. You will see a little off-gassing too.What is the 'full' charging voltage for 1.2V?..."
What is the "C20" rate for charge and discharge of a lead acid battery? Of a nicad or nickle metal hydride battery?
Does 'cycling' mean use radiant energy charger to charge up to max, then discharge down to (how many?) volts. Check voltage, then put radiant energy charger on again for another 'cycle'?
Can I use a Digital Volt Meter to reliably measure the charge on a lead acid
battery when using the Imhotep Radiant Oscillator Se
I want to use batteries ONLY for radiant energy experiments. How lmany times should
I charge/discharge lead acid battery before it "takes' radiant charge? Battery
will NEVER be charged with 'regular' electricity again, will use it as a source of
Using Imhotep's Radiant Oscillator,how high should I be able to bring the charge to
my sealed 12V 1.3AH Battery? M. Brown says 13.4Volts. Should I wait three or four
minutes after disconnecting the battery to measure the charge given to the battery
What will be the time off the radiant energy charger when the 12v 1.2AH battery
finally "settles" to? 12.5 Volts?