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Introduction: This device is based on some free energy ideas that finally seems to have something in common: The split the possitive idea by Edwin Gray. o It uses a battery and a circuit to get high voltage from it. The circuit is comprised of Ls and Cs. Then, he let the stored high voltage energy to return to the low voltage battery again so almost no waste of energy!, and he uses electrostatic induction caused by the storing and releasing of that energy to power an inductive load. The parametric po er conversion ideas by "tefan #artmann. o Changing the parameters of Ls and Cs in time, the energy changes. The usual method is to $eep the Ls and Cs constant, and change the charges in time. The electricit! "eneratin" apparatus by #arold %spden. o &sing Ls and Cs, it is said the energy oscillates and can power the load, because it is energy of the vacum.

The common elements are Ls and Cs. Theoretical e#planation: Electric circuits wor$ by depleting voltage differences. 'e have a voltage value on one side, and another one on the other side. Then, as the charges move through the load, the voltages become e(ual, and the transfer stops. Imagine two e(ual capacitors, charged at the same voltage. )o transfer could happen. If we use a switch and a transformer of *:*+++ ratio for e,ample!, we could charge up one of the capacitors at a different voltage level from the other capacitor. The transformer and the switch will waste only a little wor$. "o we can get voltage difference without wasting energy, -ust by changing a dynamic ./I ratio, $eeping the same energy. 'ith the switch/transformer circuit, the voltage of one capacitor will decrease, and the voltage of the other will increase. The energy involved will remain the same, but will transfer from one to the other capacitor. Energy will not change on the system, but finally the potential will change. The transformer is li$e a 0free water pump1 because changes the ./I ratios on the capacitors. It doesn2t increase energy, but changes the place where the energy is stored, and the final potentials.

)ow, as we have created a voltage difference between the capacitors, we can power a load by 0discharging1 the difference on potential levels on capacitors and finally get the initial voltage difference again. "o the transformer creates a voltage difference for free $eeping the same energy on the system!, and the load depletes this voltage difference getting power. The step/up stage on the transformer is a 0free1 potential change, we have to do almost no wor$ to get the new voltage levels. Circuit: That is the basic idea of the circuit below:

$arameters: Transformer: 3 4 *, L* 4 56++ turns, L7 4 *+++ turns. Capacitor C7: C 4 88u9, IC 4 *7.. Capacitor C*: C 4 88u9, IC 4+.. : load: from 6+++ to 6+++++ ;hm. The idea is to achieve an oscillation, and then, by using the idea of the transformer free ./I change. The transformer stage changes the potentials on capacitors, and the load stage is powered trying to e(ualy<e the capacitor voltage levels.

Interestin" results: The values of the Ls and Cs are intended to get =+ #ert< signals.

9irstly, the current on the load gets a high value, then goes decreasing:

>ut it does not decrease to <ero. % little oscillation is maintained:

9or 6+++ ;hm, the voltage is:

"ome interesting things about this circuit: The load value is important. The circuit seems not to wor$ to lower values of ressistance. Then i wor$ed with 6+++ ;hm to 6++++ ;hm values. ;nce started, the current on the load have always a pea$ value of 7++m%. It doesn?t matter if the load is 6+++ or 6+++++ ;hms, the current pea$ is about 7++m%. %o it seems the current value on the load depends on the rest o& the circuit parameters . %lso, the current is independent o& the initial pea' on C() *sin" a hi"her value+ e can e#tend in time. 'e can get energy on the load for 8 hours with an initial pea$ of 77+ . on the capacitor C7. %nother interesting thing is that more ener"! is e#tracted as the load "ro s up. 9or e,ample: R load , -... Ohm, . 4 *5++., I 4 7++m%, /0. 1 for *5++ seconds. R load , -..... Ohm, . 4 7+++++, I 4 *6+m%, /231. E#ample: @ou could charge C7 to *7 . from a car battery, and power nine series connected A+' light bulbs with %C power for half an hourB. Conclusion: I thin$ the energy e,tracted has nothing to do with the initial energy stored on the capacitor.

I thin$ a dynamic ./I changing proccess is involved, and allows us to e,tract energy, only by 0voltage e(uali<yng1 on load part. The 0voltage de/e(uali<yng1 part on transformer ta$es no energy, and is for free. Energy stored on capacitors does not increase, but voltage changes, the energy stored re/orders on another voltage conditions, and the new voltage values depletion is the power on the load. To me it2s as if we could rise a stone on gravitational field for free, then let the stone fall on normal conditions. The transformer part is the 0free/riser1, and the load is the 0potential/to/$inetic1 part.