The simplest current amplifier in the circuit

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Chris posted this 01 November 2017

 This is one we are semi familiar with, The Mr Preva Experiment Plus!

The easiest way to introduce a lot of current into the circuit, thereby lowering the consumption from the source, increases the load multiple times.


 

Video to diagram

 

All you need is to catch the resonance frequency of the generator winding with the winding of the load line apendix.

From: realstrannik.com/forum

   Chris

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Chris posted this 02 November 2017

For all that have done the Mr Preva Experiment, we should be very familiar with this schematic.

Electrical Energy, Kinetic Energy, is the Product of Voltage (Potential Difference) and Current (6.24 x 1018 Electrons per second). It is this movement of charged particles from point A to point B, a Current, this is the requirement to be Kinetic Energy!

This is a huge number, absolutely massive: 6,240,000,000,000,000,000

This value, 1 Amp at 1 Volt is 1 Coulomb. So, enough of the statistics, lets look at the gritty stuff.

Because Electrical Energy is the Product of Voltage and Current, we need to do two things:

  • Increase Voltage
  • Increase Current

Both we know how to do already!

  • Transform Voltage, step it up using Turns Ratio
  • Increasing Current is done in The Mr Preva Experiment (Non Inductive Coils at Resonance) (Magnetic Resonance, where each Current is 180 degrees out of phase)

Non Inductive turns out to be extremely Inductive when one knows what Science chooses to remain Ignorant on!

Remember, the Current is dependant on Voltage. The Potential difference between two Terminals! Increasing the Voltage, will also increase the Current by an order of magnitude.

But we do not wish to pay for it. So we must be smart, must incorporate both techniques above at the same time!

EDIT: In some Circuits, an Earth may be needed, like Kapanadze, because there is 1/4 Wavelength, but not always. 

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L0stf0x posted this 02 November 2017

Wow, thank you Chris.. Is there any info more about this circuit? I have no idea about this Preva experiment! 

Increasing current!! very interesting!

 

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Chris posted this 02 November 2017

Hey L0stf0x - Yes, sorry, have updated the above Post with the links.

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L0stf0x posted this 02 November 2017

Ahh thank you Chris

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Zanzal posted this 02 November 2017

Hey Chris,

I am not sure I understand what is being demonstrated here. A few questions:

1. The left side the transformer is connected to an AC source correct?

2. The toroid connected to the AC side is wound 1:1?

3. The AC source by itself provides a very limited current only enough for the light bulb to glow a little.

4. The battery connected circuit is also is providing very little current / voltage, however when it is in resonance the light bulb is brightly lit and the power across the bulb is greater than the power supplied by the battery + the AC source?

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Chris posted this 02 November 2017

 Hi Zanzal,

 There is some apparent difficulty, the Circuit, the layout and there is some vagueness to this from the Author.

Hey Chris,

I am not sure I understand what is being demonstrated here. A few questions:

1. The left side the transformer is connected to an AC source correct?

2. The toroid connected to the AC side is wound 1:1?

3. The AC source by itself provides a very limited current only enough for the light bulb to glow a little.

4. The battery connected circuit is also is providing very little current / voltage, however when it is in resonance the light bulb is brightly lit and the power across the bulb is greater than the power supplied by the battery + the AC source?

 This a transformer as you would expect to see.

  • Primary: One Turn
  • Secondary: Mr Preva style Coil In Resonance
  • Battery Charges the big Capacitor.
  • No AC Source, disconnected.
  • Transformer is a Large Inductor, Used as a Delay Line.

I hope this helps some? The Author said, "just follow the schematic, its all in the schematic". Also said,  "must be in Resonance", but this we already know from The Mr Preva Experiment!

   Chris

Chris posted this 02 November 2017

We should be using broad views here, we should be using knowledge shared from all before us:

Look at the Similarities, look at the requirements, look at what's common, from one to the other. There is a common theme here and its common across the board. We know from Experiment, the concept works!

We have covered the requirements of Electrical Energy and the "Generation" of it, many times now, I think we all know it inside out?

The Mr Preva Experiment is key first steps in the understanding phase, and it is only steps away from Don Smith and all the others already mentioned!

  • Step Up the Voltage
  • Partnered Output Coils must be in Magnetic Resonance (Mr Preva)

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anothercat posted this 06 November 2017

For Zanzal.

I asked to Zed (owner of energyevo.com - a lot of nice information there!) for a translation. He kindly did it.

Here you go:

The second one will follow....

 

Zanzal posted this 06 November 2017

Wow, that's pretty cool. Thanks so much for getting a translation. It makes a lot more sense now what is being demonstrated.

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anothercat posted this 07 November 2017

Here is the second videos as promised. Enjoy and thanks again to Zed from energyevo.com

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