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 Post subject: Pushing the IRO-LITE to COP > 1 With A very easy modifaction
PostPosted: Wed Jan 26, 2011 11:17 pm 
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Hello All,

I have been able to successfully capture the electro radiant effect that generates from the mechanical relay. What I have done is wrap a coil around the relay using different types of Magnetic wire to capture the energy that is released when the circuit is working.

This also allows me to tune the relay and produce really interesting effects. So far I have not found anyone else doing this or anyone who has posted this simple modification. I have found this independently so if its been posted before please let me know.

With the coil warped around the relay you can do the Fallowing:

Run a Jule Thief.
Charge a battery.
Tune the relay using a pot to produce different effects on the output.
Charge caps.
Run LEDS
Run an SEC exciter

All at no extra cost on the battery input. I measured this with three different meters. Sometimes it even dropped the input needs by %12

If someone else could try the Altrez-Mod I would be greatfull. This also works with the IRO of course and you can use difrent wire to get more output.

My Results tho not independently verified show a cop > 1 and it should be possible to push this alot farther.

-Altrez


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 Post subject: Re: Pushing the IRO-LITE to COP > 1 With A very easy modifac
PostPosted: Thu Jan 27, 2011 2:33 am 
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Good thinking, I never did this.

The second winding could be used in several ways

First it could be used as a transformer, in this mode the output voltage could be stepped up by having more windings on the secondary or stepped down by having less windings.

The second mode is collection of the radiant spikes both positive and negative.

Unfortunately both modes are happening at the same time.

If we use a single diode on this second winding we can charge a battery in Bedini style and recover sulphated batteries.

If we use a Bridge rectifier the negative will also be collected. In this case it may be that we change the way the lead acid battery works or as I suspect the radiant and normal flow will conflict with each other and cause heating of the battery.

If we use the output to charge a capacitor then pulse this to a battery then the radiant will be converted to normal electricity and we avoid the conflict however it will not be as good to desulphate the battery.

If you place a wheel with magnets on the opposite end of the coil to the contacts, it may be possible to get the wheel to spin and then you have a motor with no extra power required to run it. (a mechanical Bedini SG energiser). Timing the contacts to switch at the same time as the magnets are in the correct location would be the problem.

As soon as you use the magnetic energy to do work other than the switching you are going into overunity.

If you then connect this capacitor in parallel with the source battery but place a diode between the negative of the capacitor and the negative of the source so that the striped end is on the battery your input power will be reduced by a significant amount.

If the amount of power consumed is less than the motor power then you have your overunity device.

The trifilar Bedini fan, SSG and SG can all do this


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 Post subject: Re: Pushing the IRO-LITE to COP > 1 With A very easy modifac
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I suppose the real free energy IS the magnatism


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Pretty neat isn't it. I have charged battery's while charging the target and also running the light. You could easily run a SSG with the output. I have always felt that to reach OU you need a mechanical and a solid state device working togther. Looks like this brings us all one step closer.

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 Post subject: Re: Pushing the IRO-LITE to COP > 1 With A very easy modifac
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Interesting :).

Would adding load to the "secondary" increase current consumption?


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sucahyo wrote:
Interesting :).

Would adding load to the "secondary" increase current consumption?


Not in my research it hasn't. You can even add a pot to adjust frequency of the main output for even more interesting results. its really neat. Please give it a try and post your results.

-Altrez


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 Post subject: Re: Pushing the IRO-LITE to COP > 1 With A very easy modifac
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Thanks. I still don't have the wire, but I am interested in trying it.

What is your current efficiency?

Or better measurement, if you swap input battery with output battery, how many milivolts gone in some minutes?


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I will do a 10 minute run tonight and let you know. With the mod I added I bet that I am collecting more then I am losing to the charge battery :)

-Altrez


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Ok here are my numbers and to be fair I wrapped a new coil around the relay with scrap wire I found on the floor.

Source battery 9.62 at start of test.
Target battery 9.11 at start of test.
Cap on collector coil was at 0.000.
No output on solar panel from 9 watt CFL
Cap on solar panel was 0.000
New coil is 0.021 mH
Resistance is 0.001 omh

Test ran for 10 minutes.
Let everything rest for 10 minutes.

Source battery 9.020 at end of test.
Target battery 9.15v at end of test.
Cap on collector coil 0.019 at end of test.
6v output on solar panel from 9 watt CFL during test.
2.3v collected in 16v electrolytic cap from solar panel.

This is the very low end of my results with a very small collector coil. However it proves that even a small coil will collect the raident energy.

-Altrez


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 Post subject: Re: Pushing the IRO-LITE to COP > 1 With A very easy modifac
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Thanks for the test :).


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