QEG -- Anyone see it running?

Lynx

Re: QEG -- Anyone see it running?
« Reply #25, on April 9th, 2014, 12:17 AM »
Quote from haiqu on April 9th, 2014, 12:11 AM
Lynx: There have been various reports of strong physical vibration. I would expect to be able to both hear and feel that.
Thanks for the reply.
Would these vibrations be of one and the same frequency from one machine to another by any chance?
Perhaps even in the order of 50/60 Hz?

haiqu

Re: QEG -- Anyone see it running?
« Reply #26, on April 9th, 2014, 01:56 AM »
Nope. For instance the QEG runs at 400Hz.

Matt Watts

Re: QEG -- Anyone see it running?
« Reply #27, on April 9th, 2014, 02:01 AM »Last edited on April 9th, 2014, 02:04 AM
If the phenomena truly is a manifestation of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) or Nuclear Acoustic Resonance (NAR), it's likely to be tunable based on the material used.  Copper, steel, ferrite, all of them have different signatures.  My gut is this can be engineered once we have some solid replications and can begin to tweak things.  We almost have the door unlocked.  Once we get the door pried open, we will be able to see what is going on and build devices that work just how we want.

haiqu

Re: QEG -- Anyone see it running?
« Reply #28, on April 9th, 2014, 02:35 AM »
From an April 4th 2014 Skype interview with the QEG team (ref: http://www.energeticforum.com/renewable-energy/16584-analysis-witts-generator-4.html#post253343)

Q: How are they currently getting from 400hz to 50/60hz so they utilize the energy? How will they do that in Morocco?
A: it's now a system, we need an inverter, so that we can adjust 400 hz to 50-60 and any kinds of volts you want. It's no longer a generator only. The QEG itself makes outputs with 400 hz working frequency, ac, 200 something volts 2.1 amp. that's what we have in Taiwan today (april 4) 2.1 amp so far. Just beginning output testing. Then, we need a bridge rectifier to make ac to dc so that an inverter can accept.

-we're almost there - first you get resonance (got it), then you tune it, then it runs itself, then it stays running about 385 watts.
-506 watts when they add extra capacitors
-we are about a day and 1/2 from having a self-running QEG in Taiwan - we'll have a video after that.
-they're fast - they (the Team in Taiwan) did in 4 days what it took us 4 months to do. of course we were developing it during that time but they learned very quickly - many engineers here now from China.

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Seems like a lot of effort for 500W. And it certainly falls far short of the claimed 10kW. Wouldn't get too excited about it just yet, Matt.

Matt Watts

Re: QEG -- Anyone see it running?
« Reply #29, on April 9th, 2014, 03:14 AM »Last edited on April 9th, 2014, 03:16 AM
Quote from haiqu on April 9th, 2014, 02:35 AM
Seems like a lot of effort for 500W. And it certainly falls far short of the claimed 10kW. Wouldn't get too excited about it just yet, Matt.
Yes, there is no way I would invest that much expense and effort for a fairly heavy and awkward 500 watts of power.  I am curious about the mode of operation though.  I'm hoping to see someone pop up with a working Akula device rather soon.  This will be far easier to understand its operating principle and scale-up to various sizes depending upon need.  It would be fun to gut a laptop battery and install something like and show folks a non-stop computer.  Ideally it would make sense for every appliance to have it's own onboard power supply--bring in a whole new meaning to the word cordless.  Just think, no more house wiring, no more UPS, no more batteries, no more power poles.  I could go for that.
Re: QEG -- Anyone see it running?
« Reply #30, on April 9th, 2014, 03:01 PM »Last edited on April 9th, 2014, 03:05 PM
Another aspect of this device that no one has mentioned:  If the device is acquiring its excess energy via NMR or NAR, the device may indeed be emitting ionizing radiation and I'll bet James hasn't tested for it.  If this is true, it could explain why Timothy Thrapp chose not to release it to the general public.  And if he knows it's dangerous that would explain why he only runs it for a short time for demonstration purposes.

I asked Sterling to talk to James and see if James would be willing to run his QEG while checking it with a Geiger Counter.  Watch and see what happens.  My hunch is if it does read high levels of beta and gamma radiation, the QEG will rapidly go underground.


It's starting to look like Free Energy isn't free at all--we will pay a price for these devices.

haiqu

Re: QEG -- Anyone see it running?
« Reply #31, on April 9th, 2014, 10:47 PM »
I wouldn't expect to find any radiation. Nor would I expect output that exceeds input at this stage. Getting something to resonate and work as a transformer is trivial compared to making it COP>1.

Matt Watts

Re: QEG -- Anyone see it running?
« Reply #32, on April 12th, 2014, 02:15 AM »
If you all don't already have accounts on enough forums, here's another for you:
http://be-do.com/index.php/en/forum

haiqu

Re: QEG -- Anyone see it running?
« Reply #33, on April 12th, 2014, 04:34 AM »
Not much point posting there, it seems to be a fanatic website. I assume any negative comment would get you banned fairly fast.

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securesupplies

Re: QEG -- Anyone see it running?
« Reply #35, on July 12th, 2015, 12:39 PM »Last edited on July 12th, 2015, 12:47 PM

Builder guide
Re: QEG -- Anyone see it running?
« Reply #36, on July 12th, 2015, 12:57 PM »

and this one is very very very very good

https://youtu.be/XOq9C3YSjKg

Lynx

Re: QEG -- Anyone see it running?
« Reply #37, on July 12th, 2015, 01:39 PM »
Interesting, thanks for sharing :thumbsup:

securesupplies

Re: QEG -- Anyone see it running?
« Reply #38, on July 12th, 2015, 10:25 PM »

 Gerard is using a washing machine pump motor, lets post the part numbers here
the electrical engineers at qeg are learning from this guy.

So here is a Breif Explanation of Gerard

Gerard Moran is talking about frequency and modulation.

A Solution that is work in progress and being replicated
globally.

A Small Dc motor run by power drill dc Batteries.
The Dc Motor turns a Magnet which is inside a Washing machine
pump/ alternator. Becuase the design of the alternator,

it has  coils, and wiring can light up loads that require different voltage
and frequencys/current  requirements.

He made A Mechanical Modulator.

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You can have this dc motor running at a36 volts at a couple of amps ,
driving a light 230 volt at a fraction of a amp.

Functions as a type of modulator and transform electricity a certain way.

no difficult to learn , new basic build.  Basic Skills
We should all try and post here.

TESLA.


Warm Regards
Daniel
www.securesupplies.biz
danieldonatelli1@gmail.com
Re: QEG -- Anyone see it running?
« Reply #39, on July 13th, 2015, 02:32 AM »Last edited on July 13th, 2015, 02:34 AM
 he mentions it is static charge and application =mechanical modulation

hmmm where have I seen that before  === QEG by Tesla ===== Meyers ?

Seams the Convergence has been completed wow what a ride that was.

Now we need replication and parts numbers to get more people learning faster

I will ask people
familiar with motors and parts to try and replicate

Hope we see alot more posts here

Dan