Free software to help those in need

Andrinoid

Free software to help those in need
« on March 28th, 2012, 01:58 PM »Last edited on March 28th, 2012, 02:01 PM by Andrinoid
I think this is a place where I can connect with likeminded people. I am brand new to these forums and am once again embarking on a noble pursuit of free energy.

I say once again because I have spent probably about a year and a half looking into radiant energy and HHO technology. I believe I saw some slight over unity production of HHO gas with a 101 cell of Bob Boyce, but it is ambiguous to me because the cell slowly developed current leakage. But for all of about one day my numbers seemed to be beyond 100% I put my work on it down for a while because so much money and energy was invested in something that, in my mind, was an engineering flaw of the cell. Also I didn't have at the time the proper electronic setup to produce the right signals on the toroid. I have remedied that situation with my windows software to program a microcontroller for me. I am willing to share this software with anyone that is in need of it. It programs a microcontroller with avrdude, and can be used with anyone's AVR setup that can be programmed with it. It will provide a repeatable and quite precise frequency and duty cycle as well as phase control.

Check out my video where I was looking at the resonance of toriod, the program is not perfect but it gets the job done.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WL2O56DY68

I was going to also include code to do analog read on the ADC and write the value to the serial port but that messed up clock cycles and left my signal to glitchy. That is what the K.I.S.S. check box was for, when checked it didn't include that code and kept it simple.

I am quite a bit behind everyone in Stan Meyers work but hope to catch up as time goes on.

- Nathan

Jean-Alexandre

RE: Free software to help those in need
« Reply #1, on March 31st, 2012, 04:48 PM »
Quote from Andrinoid on March 28th, 2012, 01:58 PM
I think this is a place where I can connect with likeminded people. I am brand new to these forums and am once again embarking on a noble pursuit of free energy.

I say once again because I have spent probably about a year and a half looking into radiant energy and HHO technology. I believe I saw some slight over unity production of HHO gas with a 101 cell of Bob Boyce, but it is ambiguous to me because the cell slowly developed current leakage. But for all of about one day my numbers seemed to be beyond 100% I put my work on it down for a while because so much money and energy was invested in something that, in my mind, was an engineering flaw of the cell. Also I didn't have at the time the proper electronic setup to produce the right signals on the toroid. I have remedied that situation with my windows software to program a microcontroller for me. I am willing to share this software with anyone that is in need of it. It programs a microcontroller with avrdude, and can be used with anyone's AVR setup that can be programmed with it. It will provide a repeatable and quite precise frequency and duty cycle as well as phase control.

Check out my video where I was looking at the resonance of toriod, the program is not perfect but it gets the job done.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WL2O56DY68

I was going to also include code to do analog read on the ADC and write the value to the serial port but that messed up clock cycles and left my signal to glitchy. That is what the K.I.S.S. check box was for, when checked it didn't include that code and kept it simple.

I am quite a bit behind everyone in Stan Meyers work but hope to catch up as time goes on.

- Nathan
hello Nathan

where are you find torid coil ?

Jean-Alexandre

~Russ

RE: Free software to help those in need
« Reply #2, on March 31st, 2012, 10:12 PM »Last edited on March 31st, 2012, 10:21 PM by ~Russ/Rwg42985
Quote from Andrinoid on March 28th, 2012, 01:58 PM
I think this is a place where I can connect with likeminded people. I am brand new to these forums and am once again embarking on a noble pursuit of free energy.

I say once again because I have spent probably about a year and a half looking into radiant energy and HHO technology. I believe I saw some slight over unity production of HHO gas with a 101 cell of Bob Boyce, but it is ambiguous to me because the cell slowly developed current leakage. But for all of about one day my numbers seemed to be beyond 100% I put my work on it down for a while because so much money and energy was invested in something that, in my mind, was an engineering flaw of the cell. Also I didn't have at the time the proper electronic setup to produce the right signals on the toroid. I have remedied that situation with my windows software to program a microcontroller for me. I am willing to share this software with anyone that is in need of it. It programs a microcontroller with avrdude, and can be used with anyone's AVR setup that can be programmed with it. It will provide a repeatable and quite precise frequency and duty cycle as well as phase control.

Check out my video where I was looking at the resonance of toriod, the program is not perfect but it gets the job done.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WL2O56DY68

I was going to also include code to do analog read on the ADC and write the value to the serial port but that messed up clock cycles and left my signal to glitchy. That is what the K.I.S.S. check box was for, when checked it didn't include that code and kept it simple.

I am quite a bit behind everyone in Stan Meyers work but hope to catch up as time goes on.

- Nathan
Hello Nathan!

haven't been able to Catchup with you!

the main project that i wanted you to look at was this:

http://open-source-energy.org/?tid=311

This is basically a resonant scanning circuit. it looks for resonances and locks on it it. if it drops out of resonances it looks again and locked on when its found.  

i was most interested if you could see if this could be done with an arduino as any one can get them at radio shack now...

any how have a look and see what you think!

The BB 101 system in an interesting one. if you can re make the hex controller... that would be very cool!

blessings!!! and welcome!!!! ~Russ

Andrinoid

RE: Free software to help those in need
« Reply #3, on March 31st, 2012, 10:29 PM »Last edited on March 31st, 2012, 10:53 PM by Andrinoid
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hello Nathan

where are you find torid coil ?

Jean-Alexandre
I ordered my toriod cores directly from micrometals.

part number T650-52

http://www.micrometals.com/parts_index.html

I rapped the core by hand.
Quote from ~Russ/Rwg42985 on March 31st, 2012, 10:12 PM
Hello Nathan!

haven't been able to Catchup with you!

the main project that i wanted you to look at was this:

http://open-source-energy.org/?tid=311

This is basically a resonant scanning circuit. it looks for resonances and locks on it it. if it drops out of resonances it looks again and locked on when its found.  

i was most interested if you could see if this could be done with an arduino as any one can get them at radio shack now...

any how have a look and see what you think!

The BB 101 system in an interesting one. if you can re make the hex controller... that would be very cool!

blessings!!! and welcome!!!! ~Russ
I think that arduino boards can absolutely do what is needed to find resonance and automatically and refined it.  I will be working on a system to find and lock onto resonance of any coil or transformer next. I believe I need to actually use two MCU's in tandem to do this well. I need to use two is because while one is plugging away the second will be analyzing what is needed and loading itself to the required frequency then taking over putting the first MCU into the analysis mode and figuring out if it needs to alter the frequency again. this will allow there to be a seamless hand over of signal generation not have a moment where there is no signal being outputted. I didn't have time to dig into Stan Meyers circuit but I believe he uses a Phase lock loop, that will track and change frequency to always keep resonance. I have set up PLL chips before and the resistor values and the electronic engineering is quite tough to get perfect. That is not my specialty, and its more time effective to approach it from my strength, just sticking with software and the digital chips.

I wanted to get some software that I could just post that is bug proof that anyone could load up and run tests and have precision and repeatability. I am almost done totally rewriting something that will be solid for a beginner in AVR MCUs to get going with and not need to buy a $5k to $10k signal generator.

My next goal is to have that deluxe chip setup to just start the MCU going at night go to sleep and wake up the next morning and have it tell me my best exact resonance points, or find it and stay on it.

I did use my rickety program to text my Bob Boyce wrapped 3 primary toriod but I could not find a over unity frequency. Once I get my better software going I will make a video demonstrating what I have seen.

I hope all is well with what you’re working on.

- Nathan


RE: Free software to help those in need
« Reply #4, on April 6th, 2012, 08:59 PM »
Just uploaded a video of my new software. I am so proud of what I accomplished in how little of the chip memory it takes up. I could fill all 32000 bytes easy before and now I don't think there is a setting that will take up more than 300 bytes. This is really important because I want to have other programs on the chip that I don't erase like the resonance analysis code. Besides I also want to have my software work on even the lowest memory AVR chips.

probably not going to see much if you don't have it in High Def.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kt7Lf4QAV_I

- God Bless!


Jeff Nading

RE: Free software to help those in need
« Reply #5, on April 7th, 2012, 05:26 AM »
Quote from Andrinoid on April 6th, 2012, 08:59 PM
Just uploaded a video of my new software. I am so proud of what I accomplished in how little of the chip memory it takes up. I could fill all 32000 bytes easy before and now I don't think there is a setting that will take up more than 300 bytes. This is really important because I want to have other programs on the chip that I don't erase like the resonance analysis code. Besides I also want to have my software work on even the lowest memory AVR chips.

probably not going to see much if you don't have it in High Def.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kt7Lf4QAV_I

- God Bless!
Very cool dude, awesome, keep up the excellent work.