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Free energy collector circuit


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Free Energy Circuits / Power Supply Circuits

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.


Sep 18, 2008 Dusan

Is this thing working? I think that C9-C15 are reverse polarized.

Oct 29, 2009 Dk

the use of capator ?

Nov 28, 2008 mike/Nov25,2008

Iam really amazed. what about ,if you can use something like Radio RF circuit for reception ,to avoid very high antena.

Dec 2, 2008 talu

what kind of antenna? is it just a single straight wire placed horizontally?

Sep 3, 2008 Bob

Wow.. I love that circuit! thanks!

Sep 18, 2008 Kagami

That circuit is working just great. But you need to connect it ti real earth very well.

Nov 13, 2008 YasouM

I'll give it a go...thanks

Nov 10, 2008 umair

brother how it is worrking.

Nov 17, 2008 umair

plz plz some body tell me that how this is working.plz

Nov 17, 2008 RANDY


Nov 19, 2008 Zooba

I think He means to elevate the circuit with antenna high close together.

Dec 27, 2008 Didik

This circuit makes sense, because I already had previous attempts with a diode and a capacitor. This is very useful, as energy for booster antenna. This is very good and very useful.

Jun 28, 2009 rezvan

plz any body tell me how it work . iam doing mini project on this and the out is not coming .plz help me out

Jul 5, 2009 sinergicus

This circuit will work with another diodes model? For example 1n4007 ?Germanium diodes is very rare in my country ,and expensive...

Jul 13, 2009 spuffler

Wow... the antenna is only 150 feet long? Oh, wait, there are 2 antennae. I wonder if the author lived near a clear channel fm transmitter.

Aug 11, 2009 spuffler

C'mon folks.... how practical is this: "Antenna should be more than 150 feet long wire, placed horizontally as high as you can for best results."

Jul 22, 2009 mikeestrada

As I see the diodes are arranged in a voltage multiplier mode. So for more voltage, you can add more diodes and caps.

Oct 29, 2009 Dk

the use of capator?...I'm Vietnamese^^

Aug 27, 2009 Random kid

Are you sure it works?

Sep 12, 2009

Yes Dusan,I've noticed that from C9 to C15 should be reverse also...Can someone check if we're right...or if he's done,does it works for any1 like in schematic?

Sep 13, 2009

Please Dusan, or other electronic-brothers in Serbia & other Country,answer or send me mail to: "" My little block with only 4 Ga-diodes work & give me about 2v.(with antenna Cu-coil~long=1meter), but original with 16 diodes give me only 0,5-0,6v.???

Dec 6, 2009 nely

is there any replacement for germaniium diodes?wan u used silicon 1n4148?pls rply asap

Dec 29, 2009 yousaf

this is a wonderful circuit ............... a good energy source. It is helpful to reduce the atmospheric noise generated by comunication systems. the antenna must be compatible...... any body using adjustible antenna may get better results

Jan 6, 2010 mr hayman

You cannot use silicon diodes, only crystal diodes, like from a crystal radio. Circuit converts the high frequency alternating radio waves captured by the antena into DC, like a radio. But uses a voltage multiplier to increase the voltage. Probably mostly 60 or 50 Hz energy from local grid.

Feb 4, 2010 yazid

i have tried it.. but, the result current is very low.. how to amplify the current? any circuit to multiply the current? thx

Mar 10, 2010 alternative diode?

about the germanium diode: they can be bought from still, at 0,5$ not cheap. as an alternative Shottky 1N5819 or BAT85 MIGHT work. 2 possibles issue: high capacitance, higher leakage current than germanium (???) at 4ns its fast

May 25, 2010 newbee

what about the capacitors c1-8, what type are they? tantalum or just some ceramic caps. tnx a lot pls reply

May 27, 2010 vfrr

Hello! oa1180 germanium dioda steps up voltage 40 volt, one led may not be but diodat does not tool.

Jul 21, 2011 lwblack

If you studied electricity, you know to increase amp is to decrease voltage. I suggest then to get your voltage up as high as you can get using this or a similar circuit. Then place a step-down transformer to say 12 VDC. The amperes will go up. Wattage will always remain the same(watts=volts*amps). Example: 175vdc*.01amp=1.75watts~1.75watts\12vdc=.1458amps OR 1.75watts\1.75vdc=1amp. Now consider that you want to charge a cell phone(using5vdc .35amp) with this circuit producing 1.75 watts: 1.75watts\5vdc=.35amps; more than enough to keep your cell phone charged. The reverse is also correct. When you witness a voltage stepped up you will also note that amps are stepped down.

Jul 21, 2011 OUT IN THE OPEN


Oct 23, 2011 BAM

ill try this thanks!

Feb 22, 2012 DéDé

@yazidJust Use more diodes and caps then convert it to AC and transform it to a higher current with a transformer. You will get a lower voltage but that doesn't matter verry much.Dédé.

Aug 28, 2012 ugis

I have a 40 m antenna, 5 m above the ground horizontally.With only 1 diode and capacitor I got 35-55V on a clear day, and even a pair of rainy 100V.I had no power, only voltage. I think this scheme is to try to have more power. Thank you!

May 2, 2012 mikerady

You rock! I've been looking at that circiut for awhile but I didn't know the value of capacitors ,or understand let's say. Very helpful god bless you. Want to see more

May 2, 2012 John Robert Posey

Contact me if you find this info useful;Im a 17 year old electronics experimenter, and I'll explain some of how this circuit works, and how to make it better.1) Use germanium diodes (or any high frequency diodes) and not rectifier diodes, to increase output from RadioFrequency.2) RF construction tip; The smaller-value capacitors will work best if they are antique "silver mica." They dont make them anymore, but they are well worth it, because of how well they work with radio energy. You could also try ceramic ones if you cant get old silver micas. Do NOT use polyester types. For the larger values, regular electrolytic ones are fine. They are polarized correctly.3) The purpose of the capacitors is to build up charge until it is powerful enough to discharge into the other capacitors, amplifying it. 4) If there werent diodes, there would be equal amounts of + & - potentials, but they would cancel eachother out. The diodes separate them into + and -, so you can use the electricity.

May 3, 2012 djbuggybee

antenna: 30 meters in the air. the ground: copper tubing driven into the ground about 5 feet. the circuit in quite simple, just a rectifier bridge, with a capacitor in the center.I found that adding an inductor to the bottom (ground) helps pull in more power.I am exsperimenting with modifications of crystal radio schematics, meaning, i am adding an adjustable inductor and capacitor to it so adjustments can be made to optimize performance.the theory: utilizing the voltage potential between air (+) and ground (-). The resonant frequency of our planet is near 7.8 Hz, so specifically, we would want to tune into that. That 7.8Hz is 100's meters in amplitude, so tapping it is fairly want the circuit to be in the center of the ground and antenna, and not be flexing wires about, because this produces inductive losses (wire that is curved creates an EM feild)Look up tesla patent and crystal radio to get stared. Use germanium diodes. Also lookup mosfet rectifier bridge.

May 3, 2012 djbuggybee

The main problem is the antenna height. It is critical to the effectiveness of the circuit. Since we are utilizing voltage potential between ground and air, the closer the antenna is to ground, the lower the potential voltage. all of my tests have been done from about 3.5 meters above ground, and a spike of 5 nails as my ground tap. so, not following my own advice on that one, but by improving the ground and arial connection, improvements can be made.from my 10 foor hig antenna, and my rectifier bridge made with silicon diodes, i get about .001v in 30 seconds. the potential is pretty consistant on a sunny day, and the AC voltage from the ground and antenna is .238vac. so multiply the 10 foot antenna by 10, and all of the sudden, the circuit flourishes.My tests at home show that this works, and there is room for improvement.My ideas include a self tuning (digitally?) portion that help modulate the AC.a mosfet based rectifier bridge instead of diodes to save power.

May 14, 2012 Anonymous

This is a terrible circuit, I found one that uses 4 caps and 4 resistors and does better than this. Also, you can't have a wire "as high as possible" when it's horizontal.

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