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2018-12-04 FETs For Very Low Voltage Joule Thiefs

from FB group Building Transistor Radios 2018 Dec 4 Terry Harris I didn’t try to mimic the ALD, I used the FETs for a voltage booster. The typical 5mm LED needs somewhere around 60 mW for Max brightness. If I was powering it with 60 millivolts, it would require over an amp to get the

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2018-08-30 Using Radio Signal To Power A Receiver

From FB group Building Transistor Radios 2018-09-01 There are too many ‘gotchas.’ You have to put up a large sized antenna to gather enough power to run the circuit. That means you cannot use this in a city where the properties are too small, due to lack of space. You go to the country where

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2015-12-16 JFET Joule Thief

I captured this off a video and tried to make it a bit more readable.  I think it was from Sanjev. I built it and it does work at 40 millivolts.  The 2SK170 JFETs are not common, and may be difficult to obtain.  Other JFETs can be used, but I haven’t tried them.  I wrote

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2015-11-12 Pedal Power Your Home

I have been into this kind of stuff for quite a while.  You can search my blog for more on this. It’s difficult for even the strongest  of bicyclists to put out 100 watts for a few minutes, let alone an hour.  Assuming that a person could pedal a 100% efficient 50 watts for an

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2015-06-02 Batterizer Claims 8x Battery Life

Thanks for the article, QS.  It shows a whole lot more than Batterizer’s website.  Now that I see what it looks like and how it works, I’m more convinced that it’s not snake oil. According to the article they have been able to miniaturize the circuit.  They say the circuit has been around for awhile. 

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2015-01-24 Free Energy Device

An interesting ‘free energy’ generator (link below).  It’s a very large light bulb to be operating from a 1.5 volt battery, especially that bright.  If it was incandescent, it would not be so bright white, which leads me to believe that it has 1 or more LEDs.  If so, then it must have a Joule

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2014-11-05 Flashlight & Warm White Strawhat LEDs

I’ve thought about putting a series string of LED lamps into a Moebius Loop to make a free energy generator.  No telling if the thing will work.  😉 The LEDs I bought a box of 100 Sencart LEDS from dealextreme.com more than a month ago and they finally arrived this week.  The cost was under

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2014-08-02 Solar Panel From Goldmine

I bought a couple solar panels from goldmine-elec.com.  They are cat no G20110 and cost $14.00 each. They are 3.5W and 0.19 Amps at 18 volts.  I haven’t had a chance to measure and evaluate them yet.

2014-04-02 Steel Weight For Gravity Light

I was not content with the larger weight bag that was included in the Gravity Light kit.  It’s too long and takes up a lot of room.  By making it smaller I may be able to get the Gravity Light to run for up to a minute longer.  I filled it with rocks which are

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2014-03-15 Gravity Light

The postman brought me a package today and I opened it up.  I was surprised to find the thing I’ve been waiting for for almost a year.  It’s a potential to kinetic energy converter – the Gravity Light.  I got to work and assembled it and hung it from the eaves outside.  I filled the

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