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Author Topic: The Brnbrade Coil/Overunity?  (Read 311345 times)

Offline Bruce_TPU

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The Brnbrade Coil/Overunity?
« on: July 01, 2007, 06:14:40 AM »
Builders Replication Details of the silent brnbrade coil
Wattsup
Build replication details:
http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,2630.msg38187.html#msg38187

A New Way To Wire The Coils:
http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,2630.msg38714.html#msg38714

REPLICATION DETAILS of the brnbrade coil

Four variations have been shown thus far.

1) Coils + 3v Battery, DC-DC 58 vdc out.
2) Coils + 3v Battery + Sound (two channel positive only) DC-AC 250V out.
3) Coils + Cap (330 uf 200v) + Cap (62 pf or uf(hard to see) 400v about 4-7v ac out
4) Coils + 4 Caps (hard to see values) about 20v ac out

what kind of iron rods did you use ?
Iron 

2. Did you use alufoil or aluminium tubes around the coils ?
Alufoil

3.  I use aluminium varnishing

STEPS TO FOLLOW TO BUILD COIL LISTED BELOW!!
Yes,  Core -> insulating -> aluminium -> insulating -> fine wire coil -> insulating -> aluminium -> insulating -> Thick wire -> insulating -> enjoy!

How many turns of wire did you use ?

MacFarland mentions more wire more better the result.

In one posting was said 35 turns ?
In my device is 35 turns.
It can be more turns or less. I didn't play with this still.   

Is this the big red wire ?
Thick red wire 35 turns.

How many turns does the fine wire have ?
 ???  I do not know


Parts needed:
1.  Aluminum foil
2.  Iron or steel core (large spike, landscape nail, etc.  Be creative. :) )
3.  1/2" Aluminum Tubing
4.  Fine Wire -  Thin wire looks like 0.4 to 0.5mm diameter.
5.  Thick wire - Seems to be about #12 awg Solid.  Thicker is better.  Thick wire looks like single core from 13 Amp twin and earth ring main cable
6.  Aluminum varnish

How to Build
Step one - Take your iron core and insulate (with dielectric material-see picture it is painted on and is black.  you can see some scraped off of end.  What can we use?)

Step Two - Insert iron insulated core into aluminum tube

Step Three - Insulate aluminum tube (aluminium varnishing)

Step Four - Wrap fine wire (need awg. someone look at the picture,please!) around aluminum tube

Step Four - Insulate fine wire (aluminium varnishing)

Step Five - Wrap with aluminum foil

Step Six - Insulate foil (aluminium varnishing)

Step Seven - Wrap Thick wire

Step Eight - Insulate

Step Nine - Enjoy your OverUnity brnbrade Coil!

MAKE TWO IDENTICAL COILS

How to wire brnbrade Coils
Easy to follow Steps:
A.  Place both coils flat on table.  Place one coil above the other coil.
B.  Take the thin wire on the bottom left coil and connect to the thick wire of the top coil on the same side.
C.  Take the thin wire on the top left coil and connect to the thick wire on the bottom.
D.  Repeat steps B and C for the right side.  (This is called a Mobius)

Input whatever power you want to test.

REMEMBER the oscillations!  Stereo signal, opposing (sound familiar :o)
Pulse with your mosfet driver setup, signal generators, Walkman, whatever you want to test it with.

There, I have spelled it out.  If you want to draw a circuit I will add it here.  As well as information I have requested.

REMEMBER to test in a STRONG magnetic field.  Good results I think.

Post all results in this thread for others to learn from.  Thank you.

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« Last Edit: July 08, 2007, 01:25:14 PM by btentzer »

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The Brnbrade Coil/Overunity?
« on: July 01, 2007, 06:14:40 AM »

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2007, 06:39:03 AM »
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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #2 on: July 01, 2007, 06:48:52 AM »
So to check my understanding. He has 3 volts going in and 52 volts coming out. He hasn't been able to measure any current, AMPS.

Has he done anything that could act as a proxy to amp measurement ? e.g. The brightness of a light bulb ?

With the information available at the present this sounds like a step up transformer, in which case the small amps from the battery will be even smaller at the output ?

I'll keep an open mind until more information is available.

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EDIT: Now that more information is available - the information in the first post was NOT there originally !! - and the subsequent linking to the Farland patent which also wasn't mentioned. I believe this device to show unusual, unexplained results.
« Last Edit: July 03, 2007, 04:55:25 PM by bob.rennips »

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #2 on: July 01, 2007, 06:48:52 AM »
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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #4 on: July 01, 2007, 07:06:50 AM »
And with the sound pulses you read 250 volts!

What could cause that??

Did the voltage change with the beat of the music, or was it the same? 

Was the volume up or down when you tested?

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #5 on: July 01, 2007, 07:18:12 AM »
WOW! That looks a whole lot easier than the more common TPU design... Being that its not a torroid and all. I hope a schematic will be released soon. I'll definitely replicate this and attempt to confirm your results. Also I have the equipment needed to get a output wattage reading. Thanks for posting your findings here.

Good luck and thanks again,
~Dingus Mungus

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #6 on: July 01, 2007, 07:34:29 AM »
Hey guys,

The pictures are pretty clear.  If someone would be kind enough to draw and post a circuit and aprox. wire sizes, and then post it for brnbrade, if would be helpful.

There are two identical coils it would seem, not one coil as I first thought from his original posts on EM's thread.

Also know that the big black round thing is a large magnet!

Thank you,
Bruce  :)

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #7 on: July 01, 2007, 07:40:09 AM »
It also looks like the thin wire is wired in mobius fashion on both ends.  If someone can confirm this looking at the picture?

Brnbrade, is there mobius on both ends?

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #8 on: July 01, 2007, 07:51:03 AM »
There is a definate mobius on the thin wire on both ends.

Brnbrade was a student of Erfinder also. Brnbrade does not speak English well.

So we have coils
Large Magnet
oscillations
Mobius on both ends
DC Input / AC Output
Large voltage output
Unknown amperage

Brnbrade is going to hook up a light bulb, and take a picture.  He is also going to borrow an amp meter.  I do not know when this will be done.  I for one am facinated.

The red wire appears to be 12 awg solid.  The thin wire seems to be braided.  Someone else will need to give type and size.

Cheers,
Bruce

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #8 on: July 01, 2007, 07:51:03 AM »
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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #9 on: July 01, 2007, 07:58:28 AM »
Bruce,

HMMMMMMMMMM........This ..in Steven marks tpu thread??


"that aint no tpu in there son ......I say it just aint!"

I like the fact that there is no digital meter....

Im looking foward to being completly surprised...No, astonished!

Lindsay Mannix


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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #10 on: July 01, 2007, 08:04:27 AM »
I am being a helping soul.  :)  Besides, one never knows.

Also, not long ago, I heard a story of someone who put long waves into a coil and got a surprise.  I am just helping out.

Brn brades idea is to have several of these coils in a circle in ECD fashion. 

Besides Mannix, I am always looking for pieces for they add up to the sum. ;)

Cheers,
Bruce

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #11 on: July 01, 2007, 08:22:18 AM »
Brnbrade & Bruce:

A couple of weeks ago, you had a set-up with a vertical large magnet positioned over the coils. What is the difference between what you showed to what is here? Can you please draw a simple circuit and some more information about the sound?
It does look a lot simpler than a TPU/ECD, deceptively simple.

Also where/how is the loop closed?

Thanks

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #12 on: July 01, 2007, 08:37:56 AM »
Brnbrade & Bruce:

A couple of weeks ago, you had a set-up with a vertical large magnet positioned over the coils. What is the difference between what you showed to what is here? Can you please draw a simple circuit and some more information about the sound?
It does look a lot simpler than a TPU/ECD, deceptively simple.

Also where/how is the loop closed?

Thanks

chrisC

Hey Chris,
You can see where the magnet is in the pictures.  Right behind the coils.  It is large.  As for the sound waves, what do you want to know?  Stereo, two channels, I believe from his other posts.

He said he was wanting to close the loop in the future, ie switch the battery off, and also put it into a round shape that is more appealing to some here.  LOL

I asked him to get back to us when he takes a picture with a bulb attached, regardless of how bright it is, while he looks to borrow an amp meter.  He is anxious to prove that it is not a transformer, but that the magnet is interacting with the oscillations through vibrations on the coils to produce the additional power.  I think I said that right for him.

Cheers,
Bruce

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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
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Re: The Brnbrade OverUnity Coil/TPU
« Reply #14 on: July 01, 2007, 09:34:10 AM »
Hi Brnbrade,

Thanks for posting. I think you need to provide a detailed drawing of what wires are connected to what. The placement of the magnet. Where the poles are of the magnet are. Where the +ve. and -ve of the battary go. Whether the batteris are in series or parallel etc.

I really don't want to have another guessing game, SM pictures are quite enough!!
But in the last picture showing 250V the magnet does not appear to be part of the circuit ?

This circuit digrammer is quick and easy for drawing components and linking with wires:
http://www.falstad.com/circuit/

Select Menu 'Circuits' - item -'Blank Circuits' to get going.
RIGHT CLICK to access all the components and wires.

Cheer, Bob

 

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