Editor's ZPM Replication

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editor posted this 07 November 2022

Hello All!

I was in touch with the Fighter and now I decide to show what is going on and to get some new ideas on how to get the signal that we all expect. Below is a quick video showing the simple setup. The coils are 1mm L1 cw 210T (370mH), L2 280T ( 828mH). 

 

The poles were tested with the phone app named Pole detector, works ok.

I have built some other coils too, with different turn numbers but the output was almost the same.

I have 2 different grounds to play with. I did use the regular power supply but my home appliances were not happy at all, so I decided to isolate everything.

For sure there are differences from Fighter setup, like the core, the position of the coils, the voltage, not sure about the ground.

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Fighter posted this 06 June 2023

At this point I don't know why the input decreasing effect is not manifesting in Editor's ZPM replica.

He confirmed he built the coils as in my post here, it should work but still something is blocking the effect.

About the DC source, ZPM was replicated with other DC sources by Jagau, Atti and Realco so it's nothing specific to my DC source.

Any idea what else should be checked ?

Regards,

Fighter

"If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration."
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Jagau posted this 06 June 2023

Hi editor

with this photo from your first video, place a 1uf n.p. in parallel with your lamp, you will see the illuminated lamp brighter. Now if you think carefully, why did the lamp light with more vigor?
Jagau

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editor posted this 07 June 2023

H Jagau and all!

 

  Thanks for the tip. There is no noticeable difference, except from the one configuration, very very small difference in the lamp light. I tried 3 different caps with different loads, changing the impedance all the way ( car bulbs) but far from anything "usefull". Dimmer all the way.

 

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Jagau posted this 07 June 2023

Ok editor
try this
remove your halogen bulb and replace it with a 4 watt bulb that normally operates at 120 volts with the unpolarized capacitor still in parallel. I think your kind of lamp draws too much current and its starting resistance is too low. Forget lamps that operate at 12 vdc take incandescent lamps at 120 volts.

Jagau

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editor posted this 07 June 2023

Hi Jagau!

 

I did this before your post, so I will publish anyway for the future experiment.

It is a 5/12v bulb. Nothing fancy. There is a brighter moment at about 360K, but also in curent.

It will be a challenge to find that kind of bulb in my parts, but I will take a look.

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Jagau posted this 08 June 2023

Wow

It will be a challenge to find that kind of bulb in my parts, but I will take a look.

You can find this little lamp almost everywhere and in any good hardware store, it is only a small 4 watts night light??

Jagau

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editor posted this 08 June 2023

Hi Jagau!

 

Well maybe at your place, but not in the EU. I was in 2 electric shop's today. The best that I could find was 15w/230v.

It is a very, very narrow choice here for indulescent lights here, no problem for leds. 

But since I have an identical setup as Fighter it should work with a 12v bulb, with no capacitor.

I have a strong feeling we are missing something.

 

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Fighter posted this 08 June 2023

Quoting:editor

I have a strong feeling we are missing something.

The same here but I can't figure out what is different, the cause of the issue. What exactly could block the input decreasing effect ?..

Fighter

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editor posted this 08 June 2023

Hi, 

I would appreciate it if somebody with the working device can try to power it from the battery of an alternative PS, and get back with the results.

tnx in advance, e

Jagau posted this 19 June 2023

Yes it would be a good idea to redo the fighter ZPM project but 100% on battery both for the source and the oscillator i.e. no instrument connected to the grid. The oscilloscope connected to a battery inverter.

Jagau

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