1850 Watts free energy power


Posted on Feb 6, 2014

Calculates the difference between the two waveforms to arrive at what he believes is the voltage across the CSR. At the 33Kc or so frequency of the positive going voltage peak (calculated from time interval at FWHM), around 500nHy of inductance in the current sense loop would produce a 100% error in the current measurement (i. e. , it would add add. 1 ohms in series with the. 1 ohm CSR), despite the


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CSR being non-inductive. 500nHy is equal to about 15 inches of straight wire. If I am in error regarding my assumptions related to his use of the CSR and how he measured the voltage across the CSR, please feel free to enlighten me. Possibly someone can take a closer look at his photo and see if he does indeed have his probe and probe ground directly across the CSR. From what I can see zoomed in, it does not appear so. I may be incorrect, but it appears from the various scope shots and photos that he is not measuring directly across the CSR (I cannot see a scope gnd lead attached to the CSR), but is instead measuring voltage at two points, with one point including the CSR Vdrop. It appears that he then calculates the difference between the two waveforms to arrive at what he believes is the voltage across the CSR. At the 33Kc or so frequency of the positive going voltage peak (calculated from time interval at FWHM), around 500nHy of inductance in the current sense loop would produce a 100% error in the current measurement (i. e. , it would add add. 1 ohms in series with the. 1 ohm CSR), despite the CSR being non-inductive. 500nHy is equal to about 15 inches of straight wire. If I am in error regarding my assumptions related to his use of the CSR and how he measured the voltage across the CSR, please feel free to enlighten me. Possibly someone can take a closer look at his photo and see if he does indeed have his probe and...




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