C1 is shown as 36uF as optimised to my particular motor. The normal range is around 17-24uF for normal RV operation.
The values C2 and C3 can be increased with experiment to see when the resonance is killed and the diode plug begins to draw increased load from the RV.
SOME GENERAL POINTS:
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Non-Reflective Battery Charging Circuit Via Sinewave Peak Pulsing Circuit for Rotoverter - Feb 26 2009 - KoneheadSubmitted by esaruoho on September 18, 2008 - 23:24
Here is the revised sinewave peak circuit where now the transformer is in series from Line 3 on RV motor instead of paralell across the run cap.
(previous description: "Here is way to charge a battery from a rotoverter AC motor, and the pulsing to the charge battery only occurs at the peaks of the sinewave feeding the AC motor, whihc makes it "non-reflective" to the amperage draw of the motor while charging the charge battery.")
Through successive experimental arrangements, Tesla discovered several facts concerning the production of his effect. First, the cause was undoubtedly found in the abruptness of charging. It was in the switch closure, the very instant of "closure and break", which thrust the effect out into space. The effect was definitely related to time, IMPULSE time. Second, Tesla found that it was imperative that the charging process occurred in a single impulse. No reversal of current was permissible, else the effect would not manifest.
"Tesla’s US Patent #685,958 clearly shows radiant energy circuits designed to run INDUCTIVE loads. Gray’s US Patent #4,595,975 shows radiant energy, again, driving INDUCTIVE loads."
"John Bedini has now moved the science of radiant energy one step farther by discovering how radiant energy can be captured in CHEMICAL loads, such as the electrolyte of a battery!"
Prof. Dr.-Eng. Konstantin Meyl: Advanced Concepts for Wireless Energy Transfer - Highly efficient Power Engineering with Scalar Waves
It will be shown that scalar waves, normally remain unnoticed, are very interesting practical use for information and energy technology for reason of their special attributes. The mathematical and physical derivations are supported by practical experiments. The demonstration will show:
1. the wireless transmission of electrical energy,
2. the reaction of the receiver to the transmitter,
3. free energy with an over-unity-effect of about 10,
including, but not limited to:
Nov. 7, 2004
Glad to help. You are asking the right kind of questions. Here is my best shot at answering them.
1) My book consistently refers to the radiant spike LEADING the pulse.
That is true. The high voltage transient that leads the pulse is a much purer form of radiant energy. This circuit actually feeds this pulse back to the first battery in opposition to the forward current.
The Karl Schappeller Device
Was the Schappeller device an engine used in German field propulsion saucers? This is a possibility. Because so littlehas been reported about this device in the English language, the following is a report describing Karl Schappeller and his device in some detail.
in the Speech-Drama Building, Valley State College
A group of engineers gathered in 1936 to witness a Moray experiment where a bank of
light bulbs, and several appliances were operated with electricity taken directly from a "radiant source. "
Free Electricity Generated From The Radiant 'Cosmos'
Generating electricity without-burning fuels, atomic energy or using the sun's rays is not only possible - it's been done!
More than 40 years ago Dr. Thomas Henry Moray of Salt Lake City did it. He demonstrated on numerous- occasions that he could generate electric power from a natural source he called "radiant energy."
Par ahead of his time, Dr. Moray used a simple antenna, solid state electronic circuitry and specially designed cathode ray tubes to generate amazingly large amounts of useful electricity from a seemingly mystical source.
During the 1930's he demonstrated his invention on land, in the air and even under the water.to the sheer astonishment of engineers and scientists.