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benz247
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United Kingdom
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Posted - May 10 2012 :  08:35:57  Show Profile Send benz247 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Can anyone help with suggestions,
or point out any potential problems before i build this ?

here is a quick sketch of what i`m planning to do -






I have all the materials and can`t wait to build it!!!! : )
Just don`t want to run it to serious problems or even worse - end up in big cloud of smoke

any advice would be much appreciated


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benz247
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United Kingdom
14 Posts

Posted - May 10 2012 :  08:52:48  Show Profile Send benz247 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
& here`s a picture of where i got the circuit diagram-

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esm1704
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Sweden
74 Posts

Posted - May 30 2012 :  06:48:09  Show Profile Send esm1704 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi benz247

Look like nice setup, what is your result is it working?
Itís been a while since you post your circuit?
I wish that everything is ok.

Ehsan


Ehsan


"Take the wisdom even from the mouths of the insane"
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benz247
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United Kingdom
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Posted - May 30 2012 :  10:06:57  Show Profile Send benz247 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I started to build the igbt array placed on a large heat sink and made a pulse toriod to trigger them, now i`ve decided to use them for a large capacitive discharge unit based on John Bedini`s pulse charger patent.


The Ron Brandt/Tesla switch it`s still work in progress,
i could only find 6 x 140v 500amp NPN transistor`s




so i will have to build the four battery version i`ll post more pic`s when i finish building it

thank`s for replying
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pcmagnut
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USA
265 Posts

Posted - May 30 2012 :  19:40:28  Show Profile Send pcmagnut a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi benz
Interesting project cant wait for results.Keep us posted
pc
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esm1704
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Sweden
74 Posts

Posted - June 01 2012 :  05:25:42  Show Profile Send esm1704 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi benz247

I was working on similar project design by Matthew Jones from energitic forum but he used 4 batterie ,the thread name was use for the tesla switch most of the schematics and pictures has been removed but I can get you the schematic if you want and maybe some pictures.
How you will control the IGBT ?and do you have a circuit for switching the batteries automatically or you you will make the switching manually ?

Good luck

Ehsan


"Take the wisdom even from the mouths of the insane"
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benz247
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United Kingdom
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Posted - April 02 2014 :  06:41:14  Show Profile Send benz247 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Well here`s a picture of my progress so far



no results as of yet!
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pcmagnut
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USA
265 Posts

Posted - April 02 2014 :  20:00:10  Show Profile Send pcmagnut a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Man!
Good looking setup.
cant wait to see what this baby can do.
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pcmagnut
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USA
265 Posts

Posted - April 02 2014 :  20:02:18  Show Profile Send pcmagnut a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Is it still the same design as the schematic above?
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benz247
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United Kingdom
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Posted - April 03 2014 :  08:36:19  Show Profile Send benz247 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
No, the current setup uses transistors not igbt`s & are turned off/on via individual opto-couplers using each tansistors collector-current to base, like a crude switching diode but not like a SCR. To save alot of time and effort for other people interested in the circuit drawing i posted has been deleted because it does not work. I`ve been testing various different configurations/arrangements for the past 6 months with no luck yet !
But if i do have any promising results i will post a circuit diagram

Edited by - benz247 on April 06 2014 10:39:36
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pcmagnut
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USA
265 Posts

Posted - April 03 2014 :  11:19:55  Show Profile Send pcmagnut a Private Message  Reply with Quote
When you going to try it out?
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benz247
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United Kingdom
14 Posts

Posted - April 19 2014 :  13:50:19  Show Profile Send benz247 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
This is my current setup i`m testing & i think it`s the best configuration i`ve come up with as of yet !!!!

I`m testing with a transformer but i think it needs to be a reluctance motor
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ron_o
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United Kingdom
1045 Posts

Posted - April 20 2014 :  17:10:06  Show Profile Send ron_o a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi Benz247

Seeing your circuit and switching sequence reminded me of this circuit :-

at JLN labs website

The Callanan's Infinite Power Supply (IPS)

See what you think

ron

Edited by - ron_o on April 20 2014 17:14:26
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benz247
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United Kingdom
14 Posts

Posted - October 12 2014 :  17:28:09  Show Profile Send benz247 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Just a quick update on my progress so far. About a week after the last post
One of the large transistor`s blew & it`s been very hard to find another matching one,
so the project has been gathering dust.
So now i`m slowly putting together a bigger & hopefully better test machine ?
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IrishDave
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Ireland
850 Posts

Posted - October 25 2014 :  16:23:05  Show Profile Send IrishDave a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Any updates?
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ave2
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Posted - November 05 2014 :  13:18:32  Show Profile Send ave2 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Don't take me wrong, i pretty much want you to succeed. I see a lot of work done, and i think it is well done. But what is tesla switch? Essentially it's just a way to switch the batteries or capacitors, when charging from each other. By itself it provides nothing more. I think experiments of charging one capacitor from the other, should be done first.

Otherwise it's like making a synthesizer, when we still don't have working oscillators or filters. I'm a beginner myself what concerns the overunity stuff, but then i should honestly say that sometimes some other beginners make me complete nuts. They always go to study some other things, to "not go wrong", and from there they never come back. How then can they be sure that in these things which are "well established", there is nothing wrong?
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sac
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Indonesia
34 Posts

Posted - November 05 2014 :  20:10:28  Show Profile Send sac a Private Message  Reply with Quote
How about trying with high current rating car relay first? The relay driver consumption should be ignored.
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