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Chas Campbell's generator, allegedly powered in part by the large gravity wheel.
Chas Campbell's generator, allegedly powered in part by the large gravity wheel.

Retired Australian inventor Chas Campbell has designed and tested an overunity generator that allegedly creates enough energy to maintain itself, with abundant energy left over.

The machine consists of a series of weighted wheels of various size which are all driven by an 800Watt electric motor which in turn drives a 3,500Watt alternator. From this, the machine produces enough energy to drive a 2,500Watts circular saw, a drill, a variety of lights and a fan.

Mr. Campbell says, "I can make one of these machines that will produce up to 1,000KVA, which is 1MW of electricity and probably use 50HP to do it." (50HP X 760 = 38,000Watts).

The inventor has not been able to find support from the scientific community nor the Australian government, as they say it won't work as he claims.

Indepenedent testing done thus far has not corroborated the claims of overunity.



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Latest Developments

Sept. 20, 2007

Indepenedent testing done thus far has not corroborated the claims of overunity.

Sept. 8, 2007

Sept. 6, 2007

  • Chas Campbell Generator Discredited? - Two free energy scientists allege that the Australian inventor who made Channel 10 News in July, demonstrating an alleged overunity generator with input of 800 Watts, running 3500 W output, operating a drill, a saw, and other appliances; was apparently doing so via a flywheel effect, not because of harnessing some free energy source.

21st August 2007

Chas Campbell has sent a mass-email to Stefan(Hartiberlin<at>, Ashtweth(<at>Panacea-bocaf) and others, which he asked to be passed to as many people as possible.

17th June 2007

Ashtweth, the director of Panacea-BOCAF got in touch with Chas Campbell (via phone) and was forwarded a picture of one of the letters of rejection sent by the australian government - and now Chas Campbell has been added to this page How they went wrong. Do a wordsearch for campbell and you will find some further information (they are in the same city)



Ten News

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Chas Campbell with his generator.
Chas Campbell with his generator.
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Generator makes enough electricity to run itself as well as extra appliances, including a circular saw and a drill at the same time.


Gravity Wheel Component

  • Chas Campbell - Clean Free Power - Video produced by Chas Campbell shows large gravity wheel turning, as an alleged input energy source for his generator system and all the appliances it powers simultanously. (YouTube; August 10, 2007)
  • See also OS:Scott F. Hall:Old Indian Gravity Wheel
  • Chas Campbell clean free power CD 2min40sec (Panacea-BOCAF / Google Video; 6th July 2007)
    • This is a copy of the CD Chas sent to Government and certain members of the community Chas respected. This Video Proves that a Perpetual motion is possible, and that Chas has Harnessed the principle into a clean free energy device. This CD has not be recognized by the government bodies or by Chas's respected peers. Chas is seeking Grants from philanthropic foundations and still wishes to give his device away. For more information and an opportunity to help Chas please visit and look under Chas campbell.

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Role of Billiard Balls

36 min 24 sec

This is a Panacea-BOCAF production, in support of Chas Campbell. It has been filmed at a meeting between Panacea-BOCAF and Chas Campbell, on the first week of September 2007. Chas Campbell shows his Gravity Wheel concept which uses Snooker Balls.

Analysis of Flywheel from TV

Image:chascampbellsystem.JPG, by Patrick Kelly of [Free Energy Info]

Mass-email from Chas

From: chas campbell <xx@xx>
Date: Aug 21, 2007 1:55 PM
Subject: how I created power

First build a flywheel that will produce at least twice as much energy as you need to drive your alternator when finished you should have trouble seeing it moving as it runs in its own space, After a few trial runs i built one by having a h-t steel shaft keeyed each end before a flange or a disc was slipped along to the center and welded the flange was then drilled and tapped to take studs, using a router i cut a circle 600mm in diameter out of custom board with a hole in the center to take the shaft this was attached to the flange using studs with washers and lock nuts the second circle had a hole in the center large enough to fit over the flange this was fitted from the other end and screwed to the first wheel by doing this i could try diffrent speeds and drives until i was satisfied i had a combination that would work with what i had which was a .075 hp single phase electric motor and a 3.5 kva alternator.

The flywheel ended up being 72mm thick and 590mm in diameter i then fitted a steel band around my wheel this added more power my theory being if you create centrifugal force you can drive anything as long as the wheel keeps spinning I ended up with an alternator fitted with a 4.5inch pulley driven by a 9inch pulley the alternator speed was 3146rpm at that speed it was easy to run electrical appliances for a period now to the most important part to keep the wheel spinning i wanted to build a power grid which had a single power supply to a switch that worked on a rotating system to this i would have 6 identical electric motors connected they would all drive to a common shaft in the center - imagine a clock with your motors situated at 1-3-5-7-9-11, The switch would direct power to one motor at a time with a overlap that provided power to the second before the first was switched off this means one motor is working while the others are cooling down - on this drive shaft i would have a smaller flywheel to compensate the power required to drive 6 sets of belts as the motors are like the alternator they require very little power to spin - Drive this shaft at approx half the speed of your motors from this shaft double your speed to your main flywheel then using pulleys as large as possible drive your alternator - All you need then is a simple device that prevents your alternator (from) producing more power then your system is capable of maintaining.

I tried very hard to create enough interest in my invention to be able to fund the end product but i feel i am wasting my time so hopefully one of you good people will have more luck then me ,as for testing one of my original machines it would be a waste of time as no mater who tested it it would not satisfy everybody thanks for your interest and good luck,Chas

PS I would like this passed on to as many as possible.




Company: ??

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Screen shot from Ten News coverage

Inventor: Chas Campbell

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In the News

  • Covered in Australian Television on around June, 2007


  • Chas Campbell free power motor (; June 5, 2007)
    • Post 249 "First Chas Campbell report online now!" (Stefan Hartmann; September 02, 2007)
    • Post 315 - "Chas provided a drawing of how the wheel concept works, and also we have done a close up of the wheel and its components all is on the video, Chas himself is on camera explaining it please be patient whilst we edit the footage for the board thanks" (Ashtweth; September 05, 2007)

Related Sites

Related Technologies

  • Old Indian Gravity Wheel Demonstrated - This gravity wheel is composed of metal balls inside slants within wood, which keep the wheel off-balance, apparently resulting in rotation on its axle. The rotation speed is said to fluctuate up and down, as the motion switches back and forth from kinetic to overbalance.


Chas Campbell
PO Box 137
Sunnybank, Queensland 4109


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