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Battery free energy claim

There are a number variations on this theme. Some are all electronic and have electronic all switching [power transistors] driven by a variable electronic sine wave generator. In reality they are the following design as illustrated.
A twelve volt lead acid battery will usually deliver a voltage of between 12 and 13.5 volts, therefore to charge this battery a voltage greater than this would be needed.

To achieve this four batteries are used, in one half of the switching cycle two batteries are connected in series to give 24 volts and fed to the other two connected in parallel as 12 volts. In the other half cycle the batteries previously charged as twelve volts are now a parallel connection of twenty four volts and are now charging the other two as twelve volts.

On the diagram the green circles represent switches that are activated by motorised activator and are in either on or off mode together. The blue circles represent the other set of switches and are off when the green ones are on.

The arrows represent power diodes and that help direct the power flow. The key to making this device work seems to be the frequency of the switching operation.
This is achieved by a variable speed electrical motor driving a set of insulated disks with metal contacts fixed to wheels The wheels themselves making intermittent contact with outer part of the switch [see diagram] when rotated.

A power rectifier and a full wave bridge convert the pulsating current to a dc supply.
Apparently the right resonance switching triggers something in the chemical and electrical characteristics to give better charging than expected and resulting in claims of over unity power from some constructers.

Simple hendershot generator circuit

The Hendershot Electrical Generator.

During the 1920's an Inventor in the United States called Lester Hendershot produced a device which claimed produced useful power of a about 300 watts. The device proved however to be erratic in operation. The inventor claimed he was tapping the space energy field.

The Hendershot generator consists of a special arrangement of two basket weave coils with each of them being of three coils themselves. Each basket weave coils were placed around a stainless steel cylinder upon which before a full capacitor al foils had been wrapped.
The unit also consisted of two transformers of 5:1 transformers, magnetic clapper unit, from which the unit was triggered and additional capacitors.

For those who are interested in the full construction details, his son Mark Hendershot who is trying to continue the work, has available a full set of construction plans of the generator and details of his father's life work.

A copy can also be obtained from the Tesla bookshop


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