So let's start...
This is how ZPM is looking like:
ZPM is using an Metglas AMCC-200 core, I bought two of them in 2017 for my research on Bearden's MEG; unfortunately I failed to make the device work even if I tried for two years; that's why I was silent here because I had no interesting results to present about my research.
I'm putting links about AMCC-200 technical specs here:
Hitachi - AMCC Cores Technical
Hitachi - AMCC Cores Presentation
I recommend checking how Metglas cores are produced and read about their special characteristics so you know what you're dealing with; remember Metglas was something produced in 70s for military and space technologies.
Let me clarify something here, it's possible that Metglas (which is yet kind of expensive) is not needed for reproducing this device, maybe it works very well by using ferrite cores and using much lower frequencies, I'm just describing what I'm using in my research now.
It has two bucking coils (marked the with "L" and "R") winded in a way that when they're connected in series and powered on, their magnetic fields are opposing.
L coil has 101.4mH inductance and approx. 150 turns made of 0.8mm standard copper wire for coils. These are the complete characteristics I measured with my LCR meter:
R coil has 365.5mH inductance and approx. 300 turns made of 0.8mm standard copper wire for coils. These are the complete characteristics I measured with my LCR meter:
My guess is it's not important the ratio of turns and inductances between the two coils, I'm presenting this data just so you know the characteristics of the device I'm working with. Probably different ratios will result just in moving the optimum frequency ranges upper or lower and also different voltage and current on output but I don't think that will have significant impact on device's over-unity capability.
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