Free energy collector circuit

Posted on Nov 25, 2012

This circuit converts surrounding radio frequency waves to electric power. It can provide 40 Volts at 10 Watts indefinitely. The output power can be improved playing with the antenna. Placing the antenna near large metal objects gives more power. Antenna should be more than 150 feet long wire, placed horizontally as high as you can for best results. The pointing direction also is critical to the output. Keep the circuit as close to antenna as posible. You can also experiment with dishes etc. The circuit also acts as a passive detector. When large metal objects passes the power gets higher. Also its sensitivity can detect energy changes on earth and so it can used as early warning of seismic activity

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It appears that antenna placement is critical to output. By constructing many of these circuits and connecting their outputs together, you could produce the energy to power a house. Remember each unit needs its own anntena. The best thing to do is to experiment with diferent lengths and sizes of anntenas. Every place on earth has diferent levels of RF power. Ofcource near large citys or near transmiters where RF is huge on air, the circuit works much better. To get an idea of making the best anntena, Imagine that this unit as an all frequency radio reciever. A very critical point to consider is the earth ground of the circuit which has to be properly conductive. An earth ground should consist of some type of metallic, conductive pipe or rod. Use the earth of your house or buy a new earth ground from the market hammer it as deep as you can for best results.

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