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I found this link on Doug Myers' / MidTech Facebook page.

Of course I'm not surprised to see this. I believe we've seen many such trolls in our comments over the years, some of them are still there.

-- SilverThunder 22:37, 13 January 2014 (UTC)

More info from MidTech

With eight receptacles, the "plug-and-play" 2.5 kW model would allow for an average of 312 Watts per receptacle.
With eight receptacles, the "plug-and-play" 2.5 kW model would allow for an average of 312 Watts per receptacle.

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by Sterling D. Allan
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I did another 45-minute interview with Doug today, and will be adding that to the interview we did on Saturday, and hopefully getting that up at PESN by this evening, before I fly out to see Brillouin and MYT, etc. tomorrow.

I wanted to just quickly give you some of the high points from the interview.

There isn't any HHO involved in this technology. It has a motor and generator and battery, so from what I can tell it's in the QMoGen ballpark.

The "black box" isn't sealed shut. Just bolted, primarily for safety, since there are moving parts in there.

The motor used is Marathon Electric Motor, thermally protected, AC, Model number: 5KCP35KNB057AS

He prefers to keep the generator make, model confidential for now. But it is UL approved.

The circuit board can be made on a breadboard, but in larger volumes would be best to be mass produced.

They are very interested in participating in the Evolve Expo FE home power contest, and are likely to win.

The unit weighs 150-175 lbs, and is 18" x 18" x 4' in size, enclosed in a 1/8" steel case.

They're working with American Packaging, which is nearby, to come up with the packaging for shipping this thing. He thinks 6" of padding on all sides will probably be suitable for shipping.

The system has a safety feature in which it shuts off if the load goes above 2.5 kW. Then restarts.

But as long as the load is under 2.5 kW, it is load following, providing immediately the level of power needed. So the power to one device, e.g. a computer, would not brown out, when a much larger load is turned on, e.g. a 2 kW on-demand water heater.

The "plug-and-play" version is essentially identical to a genset. It's a portable power provider that you plug directly into.

The grid-tie hook-up for this device will be identical to hooking up a wind or solar system to grid-tie, so you hook the system up to both legs and ground of the home service panel.

The grid-tie transfer switch is such that if the grid goes down, the connection to the grid is disconnected (so you don't endanger linemen working on the grid). But the device continues to function, so you wouldn't even know the grid had gone down, unless you happen to be looking out the window at night and see everyone else's lights go out.

I suggested that coming up with some kind of notification system would be a good business opportunity for someone, to alert the home-owner to the grid outage, so they know to budget their usage, to keep it under 2.5 kW. It could come in the way of a beep, or a chime, or some other selection of methods with control over volume, so it could be shut off at night, for example; able to over-ride that if there is a need, such as a late-night party.

The servicing on the unit will be recommended to be annual, and wouldn't require special training beyond what is typical for motors or generators.

Once MidTech get their component next Monday, and try it out, and find it to be adequate, then they will begin taking orders for units.

Until they get a stockpile of systems, they will just take 1/2 down, then the other half when the system is ready to ship, which is expected to take 2-3 weeks. They already have around 50 people who want to order, that they've had to have hold off for now.

Doug said he's having to charge his phone 6x a day, he's getting so many calls. He didn't realize there would be so much of a demand for this product.

-- SilverThunder 20:38, 13 January 2014 (UTC)

Chukanov QFE Popper with more power

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From: Kiril Chukanov
To: sterlingda; Rocky Anderson
Sent: Monday, January 13, 2014 2:40 AM [Mountain]
Subject: FW: new_link


Dear my friends from Utah,
I'm sending to youy new video of my 'heatless QFE generator. Every single kinetric energy erg is a 'free energy' erg and nothing else!
Best wishes,
Kiril Chukanov
  • Every single kineti c energy - erg is a "free energy" erg! (YouTube; January 13, 2014)

-- SilverThunder 17:33, 13 January 2014 (UTC)

Platinum Invests cautions about counterfeits

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-- SilverThunder 05:22, 13 January 2014 (UTC)

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