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Author Topic: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?  (Read 276492 times)

Offline innovation_station

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #375 on: October 15, 2008, 07:24:12 PM »
heres another peice....

the pvc notched turbo coil....  drop my charger inside it...  out put of the charger is rectified then sent to the coils......

the megnetic feild produced is collected AS INPUT ON THE BALUM....  i designed a danceing magnet generator a longgggg time ago in half baked useing thease coils...



any how it aint magic at all just common sence ;)

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i will post a pic  ;D

eh gk mic and speeker ;)  what ? what?? what??? what???  echo echo echo echo    lol!!

i almost cant wait to get started on the next new arc reactor   :D  now if i can just......  replace .... the magnetics with....   hummmm...  lol

have a great day  :)

ists next project ...

THE CASCADE BACK EMF AMP ;)  i was gonna build this months ago and post it but i dont think it was the rite time for it then it is now ..

« Last Edit: October 15, 2008, 07:52:39 PM by innovation_station »

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #375 on: October 15, 2008, 07:24:12 PM »

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #376 on: October 15, 2008, 09:35:53 PM »
HI WATSO.
 
 way you say is  this   <the cap  has  resistor

NO ..
 IS DIODE  BIG DIODE     AND FAST DIODE  THERE IS  DIODE YOU MAKE SEARCH   DIODE WHIT  TWO LINE  POSITION in him>

way tpu  get  hot ho wire exsactly is  gething  hot  in the t.p.u.
  WHAT YOU THING
IS  THE   CONTROL COIL OR  COLECTOR COIL

<I KNOW ONE THING  IF THE TPU  HAS NO  PUT BULB     OR LOAD  IN  THE OUT     THE  TPU   WHILL BE  HOT  AGAIN   >>

                              WAY   IS NOT MATHER  IS LOAD THERE OR  NOT  T PU  IS  GETHING HOTER  AND HOTER

 LETS ASK  YOU R SELF

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #377 on: October 15, 2008, 09:43:18 PM »
hi BEP
 
YES YOU  ANDERSTEND ME  GOOD DIODE IS  ATACHED TO POSITIVE PIN OF  THE BIG CAP BLACK     ATHER END IS GOING TO COIL  TO PICK SOME ENRGY  ;)  BUT WAY IS  ONLY ONE DIODE    <,FREK> IS  FAST

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #378 on: October 16, 2008, 01:35:04 AM »
The caps are almost certain output caps and yes  thats a bleed resistor. It would very  unsafe to transport this tpu about with 1000 volts still floating on those caps for days on end so make perfect sense to bleed it off so its safe to move after.

The toroidal is important its the 1st stage to many tpu's and it has very special properties when there is a magnet beside it. NO you wont find the answer in mainline text books. SM told you to experiment with magnets and coils. Also now i have a much better understanding how this works the large TPU is a 3 stage design and almost certain not the latest version in the model range. The later versions are the smaller devices like the 9 incher and he managed to do this in 2 stages. But the 2 stage design is MUCH harder to get working im not suprised SM said it took several more years to get to that stage. The coil lengths, directions, resonance, size, space between windings and frequencies have to be DEAD right its not forgiving at all. The earlier models AND large tpu 1000 watt are all powered by a battery powered controller. If it was doing this back in 1990's and wanted to hide the battery  i would use a 12 volt 1/2 AA battery that is used in many car alarm key fobs. Thats all you need for the controller its needs milliwatts to start!

The latest models in the range could start without a battery. I think is has a COP>500/1000 before looping and thus just by brushing the start magnet once around the coil then dropping in to the holder will run it without a battery.

Oh don't forget the magnets they are the ignition keys. Engine wont run without it:)

BTW is SM still alive anyone know? Last i heard he had cancer.

Finally i don't have the 100% blue prints i wish i did but by filling in the dots i have a much better picture backed up by already proven OU devices like Bedini, Newman, Rotoverter and others all work on similar key features but on a much simplified level. The TPU is superior cos it takes it up a level higher but if you know the basics from other stuff already out there and working it helps tremendously.  The TPU is a hybrid between say the MEG and the VTA.

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #379 on: October 16, 2008, 04:08:54 AM »
@Macedonia CD

I'm with you man!

If these folks can't recognize a standard diode case and markings then maybe there is a way to make it work while bleeding the charge from the cap. I fear it is about as likely as using the small toroids as a balun, unun or common-mode choke  ;)

One thing I can't agree on is your condenser(condensator-capacitator-capacitor) description. At that time the voltage and capacitance you mentioned was indeed possible with that case style - but rare in common parts shops. 100 volts - yes, not 450 at the size I believe it to be. Even now you would be lucky to find one rated at 450 for that size and design. My opinion is they are each 2000mFd@50V, the diodes are 1N09's of the gold-bond case variety and that part of the circuit has only one purpose and it is not for filtering the output.

My only problem with the document I last posted (about harmonic and super fast cutoff with a diode) is I still think no TPU ran in the HF range or higher. That document about the step-charge diode says 20mHz or higher is needed. So I am about to throw out my own suggestion.

No problem. I'm not immune to my criticism either.


BTW....

the step-charge diode problem was well known for destroying mosFET's (the real mosfets - the ones that were constructed using metal oxide substrate --- AFAIK the only true mosfets are made by IBM now. All the rest inherited the acronym but aren't truely mosfets)

>>Edit...

Now that I think about it...I wonder if SIDACs or DIACs had the same stepped-charge problem. Wouldn't that be a kick in the pants? A solid state spark gap that was faster than anyhing Tesla could design!


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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #379 on: October 16, 2008, 04:08:54 AM »
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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #380 on: October 16, 2008, 02:39:49 PM »
Well it could be a diode, but diodes could easilly be placed in the black box.

Question: Could the resistor on the cap be required to keep the output alive while it is not connected to a real load? I have notice that as voltage rises from a secondary into a cap tank, the coupling effect decrease inside a transformer. When you release the cap energy, the coupling effect return inside the transformer to it's maximum.

Here are some other observations on the LPTU;

1) The two toroids, if they are bucking, supply one impulse per toroid. 2 wires per toroid.
2) If you put a reed switch inside the center of the toroid and fill it with epoxy. 2 more wires per toroid. That's four wires from each of the toroids, two white and two black.

We know that in the LPTU, the four wires are coming out 2 by 2. One black to one white. Other black to other white. Why would you put the two in parallel. Because one feeds the coil and the other connects the circuit to short out the  impulse. This will make an oscillating bucking field. The magnet start is required to short out the first reed to get the first system going. He then brought the magnet to the other toroid to get the other reed started.

The toroid pulses with two wires. When it is pulsed it's field closes the reed that shorts the toroid, setting the supply voltage to zero, resetting the drive. All you have to do is provide a steady dc to this and it will pulse.

Here is some proof I did a few days ago but my video camera is broken so I did not do a video. I will do one when I get a new video camera. But here is a picture of what I used.

If you refer to the Tesla Project thread here;
http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=3972.msg84982#msg84982

OK I took two microwave transformers and took off the top armatures and this makes a good strong electromagnet. I then took two 3-way reed contacts, the type you use for doors and windows for home alarm systems. I connected them as per the diagram, without the need to use the lower magnets and put only 12 volts dc through the system. Placing the contacts at the approximate position as shown in the photo, the contacts started oscillating continuously. Only required to provide a steady dc voltage. I only used the primaries for this experiment.

Now I am thinking this three way thing can also be done with a two way reed switch if just used in parallel with a transformer to simply short to the bucking coil. Voltage on this does not have to be high. The bucking coil is not wasting anything. It puts energy into the core and also activates the reed. The reed shorts the coil, that implodes the field and some of (or all off depending on the timing) the energy inside the core, back into the feed source as flyback. This makes oscillating shorts, just the way Tesla likes it.

This may or may not be a direct relation to the TPUs. But one thing for sure is in any of these systems, you require a method for pulsing, to create a short, this short can return flyback and/or, even reverse polarity over a coiling system. There are not 1000s of ways to do this and the choice of components is very limited.

What @armagdn03 has shown is that with any coil/cap combo, if you reach a state of resonance, you not only increase the speed of energy exchange but you also increase the field density of a given coiling system. This simple increase in density for let's say the FTPU could be enough to generate and increase the coupling effect between the outer coils and the inner ring.

The electronic circuit (transistor, diode, etc.) let's say on the FTPU. Again, if you have a reed switch inside the toroid, your pulsing mechanism is ready to go. It is simple and in many cases, if the maximum applied voltage to the bucking coil is just right, the reed will last a long time indeed. Since the pulsing is taken care of, all you need is a transistor to sense the flyback and switch it over to a dioded output capacitor.

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #381 on: October 16, 2008, 03:43:09 PM »
Yeah,but tell me how that will explode my house?  You just talking, but not answering my question.

House exploding is totally bullshit! Of course, you can die, or hurt yourself serious,but you will not make dust from your house in a microsecond. It will not happen!

Maybe this picture answers your question....

You should concider the copper isn't responisible for the explosion, but the reaction is.

The explosion is powered by the source we are tapping into, and this source can and will destroy you and your house in a microsecond in case of malfunctioning controlling circuits, it is extremly powerfull.

(http://lekowicz.com/wren_forum/wp-content/imageposts/2007/11/mushroom-cloud.jpg)




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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #382 on: October 16, 2008, 03:51:16 PM »
  @wattsup

       I wonder what the magnetic response of a metal oxide semiconductor is.
Maybe he is burying a mosfet in the epoxy instead of a reed switch. ???  Interesting concept putting the sparker inside a coil.  Tesla found that the physical orientation of the spark gap to his coils would make a whole bunch of difference.

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #383 on: October 16, 2008, 04:24:41 PM »
@sparks

Yes that could be a mosfet but that requires three connections maybe one shared by the mosfet and the bucking coil.

Not only that, by putting the reed inside the toroid, you would also take advantage of the quenching effect of the toroid center and this helps maintain or preserve the life of the reed.

I have done many tests burning up over 25 reeds but within a field, the reed is still working. A magnet directly next to the reed makes the best action but will burn it up in no time, but near a field it lasts.

Plus as a bonus on today's special, you also get the "vibration" effect in the device itself at no charge.lol

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #384 on: October 16, 2008, 05:15:01 PM »
  @wattsup

       I wonder what the magnetic response of a metal oxide semiconductor is.
Maybe he is burying a mosfet in the epoxy instead of a reed switch. ???  Interesting concept putting the sparker inside a coil.  Tesla found that the physical orientation of the spark gap to his coils would make a whole bunch of difference.

i have made claims of this in the past and done a bunch of expairments regarding exactly what you say sparks

yes the proper angle makes one HECK OF A DIFFRENCE ;)

my cap charger i made long ago works like this  and if you zap neos...  you will have a much larger plasma flame or rf flame or radient engery ball

when your spark is at the correct angle to the neo

WARNING ....   when doing this i beleave there is a RADITION  HAZZARD !!!!!!  SO BE WISE

i have personally felt burning on my skin...   and it seams similar to welders flash but on your skin !!!!!

i used 12vdc 1 amp and  hand pluses amoung many things   i will warn you DO NOT TOUCH THE MAGNET  you will feel it !!!!!

i have done many expairments such as this and i have vids here showing my spikes on my scope.... 

also it gets better....    ;)

when i use this as my osc and put the output to a mot  :o :o :o 8) 8) ;D

now u see tha light stand up 4 ur rite

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #385 on: October 16, 2008, 05:17:17 PM »
Thanks a lot Marco ;)

But he will not understand, thats for sure.

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #386 on: October 16, 2008, 05:25:43 PM »
oops got a lil off topic lol sorry!!

but i will tell u this

@ bolt and all

to make the tpu run with out batteries....

this is how i see it ...   ok take the magic feedback coil  or similar ...  place a magnet on the balum and remove it or swipe it over the balum

what this will do is start the process the tiny amount of power in the balum will be amped via cold electricty captured in a cap and dumped to the coil

done

that is it ...

and it will repeat till it winds up lol .. then it will power the bulb ...  insted of it running away you are siphoning power away to lite the bulb

i will at some point build the most simplest way to achive this ....

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btw  we are useing low voltage low amparge hot electricty to control hi voltage higher amparage cold electricty or NATURAL POWER ;) then make it hot power through CONVERSION

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #387 on: October 16, 2008, 06:04:21 PM »
As I said, he will never understand :)

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #388 on: October 16, 2008, 06:14:23 PM »
There will be no nuclear reaction.

Think what you want "Chef"  :D

Have a nice day

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #389 on: October 16, 2008, 06:47:12 PM »

If you understand how the device works then you know that a failure in one of the subsystems can result in a violent, instant release of energy.  :o


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