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Title: spark gap magnetic oscillator success!
Post by: Ragnor on September 23rd, 2017, 11:12 PM
  Well I have accomplished one of the first stages of my project and I am pleased to be able to share the results. This contraption utilizes a bifilar Bedini type coil with the Lincoln R60 core. I made several attempts at making a working Bedini motor and I just couldn't get it right. Even following plans from working systems. Most likely it was an error in the resistances. Anyway I decided 'Screw That' I'm gonna build it my way. So I determined to replace the 2N3055 with a spark gap. I had a bit of a look around searching for the spark gap design I needed and I just happened to run across the work of GEORGE CHANIOTAKIS on youtube. He has a working over unity machine using a very similar design as what I decided to go with btw. Which is pretty cool! More importantly he had my spark gap!
 So after looking into his work and Identifying the component 'A Russian military grade magnetic reed switch' I sent off for a few of them and now have my working model.

https://youtu.be/PuuMgahRWwU

 This experiment is killing multiple birds with one stone. First I now have my working bedini pulse motor with far less components and built in amplification. But I also now have an adjustable high frequency spark gap for further work on the Tesla resonant transformer replication. This setup utilizes a built in LC tank as well as an induction coil. How cool is that?

 I just got it built and working. I have not done any power input and output or put it on the scope yet. I'm just pleased that it functions the way I imagined it would. Now I just need to refine the build and start testing it's characteristics. 


Title: Re: spark gap magnetic oscillator success!
Post by: Ragnor on September 24th, 2017, 05:16 AM
By no means is this the peak output, but it is a beautiful trace none the less. I have been tweaking and refining the circuit and it seams to be working nicely

(http://open-source-energy.org/?action=dlattach;topic=3083.0;attach=16583;image)

Top end looks something a little more like this....

(http://open-source-energy.org/?action=dlattach;topic=3083.0;attach=16585;image)
Title: Re: spark gap magnetic oscillator success!
Post by: Radomir on September 30th, 2017, 06:52 AM
Hi Ragnor

Can you extract only one unipolar pulse and do some oscillograph measurements like  pulse width, rise/fall times,, amplitude, and duty cycle of your pulse train.?

have you done meassurement with hv probe directly in circuit or probe was near the measuring point ?

try these little experiemnts. if you hit quantum key or precise aetheric threshold 3.73 kV +-100V, you will open "PANDORA BOX".!!!!


Thanks
Radomir
Title: Re: spark gap magnetic oscillator success!
Post by: Radomir on September 30th, 2017, 07:25 AM
On this way you can concentrate magnetic energy for your magnetic quench spark-gap oroginaly designed by Nikola Tesla.

(http://i12.pixs.ru/storage/1/8/4/Magnitnaya_8759547_27711184.jpg)

You can easy make magnetic quadrature spark-gap with 4 very strong NdCoB magnets at 90 degree according to this schematicv. it is only 1/2 of whole quadrature spark-gap. Other half is same but with different polarity places. Then you need to center both halves on the same axis and put spark gap electrodes perpendicular to spark gap axis. good choice Good choice vanadium welding electrodes. For isolation between hv-arc and both side magnets use 2 mica sheets or better way roll-up mica sheets in form of hollow cylider and put spark-gap inside in center. Metal box need to be from soft-iron or transformer steel.

Regards
Radomit
Title: Re: spark gap magnetic oscillator success!
Post by: ~Russ on September 30th, 2017, 05:29 PM
Quote from Ragnor on September 23rd, 2017, 11:12 PM
Well I have accomplished one of the first stages of my project and I am pleased to be able to share the results. This contraption utilizes a bifilar Bedini type coil with the Lincoln R60 core. I made several attempts at making a working Bedini motor and I just couldn't get it right. Even following plans from working systems. Most likely it was an error in the resistances. Anyway I decided 'Screw That' I'm gonna build it my way. So I determined to replace the 2N3055 with a spark gap. I had a bit of a look around searching for the spark gap design I needed and I just happened to run across the work of GEORGE CHANIOTAKIS on youtube. He has a working over unity machine using a very similar design as what I decided to go with btw. Which is pretty cool! More importantly he had my spark gap!
 So after looking into his work and Identifying the component 'A Russian military grade magnetic reed switch' I sent off for a few of them and now have my working model.

https://youtu.be/PuuMgahRWwU

 This experiment is killing multiple birds with one stone. First I now have my working bedini pulse motor with far less components and built in amplification. But I also now have an adjustable high frequency spark gap for further work on the Tesla resonant transformer replication. This setup utilizes a built in LC tank as well as an induction coil. How cool is that?

 I just got it built and working. I have not done any power input and output or put it on the scope yet. I'm just pleased that it functions the way I imagined it would. Now I just need to refine the build and start testing it's characteristics.
Good stuff. Funny I'm leading my self down the same path. ;)

By the way. Do you have a link to those reed switches? 
Thanks! 
  ~Russ