ZPE component resonant power extraction circuit

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Power Extraction from Resonance

Sometimes we need the circuits to extract power from resonance or imaginary reactive power circulations. Sometimes just to limit the voltage growth in a BEMF collection capacitor.

Hector's teaching says that the resonance holds the radiant energy circulation where we can extract the big part of it without stopping the resonance.


A simple LC have a DECAY value in time the only energy you need to supply is the one lost to decay, as if the system source were a negative inductor to LC (as in the case of RV alternator). Normal entropy decay is 0.618 of 1.618 as logarithmic time receding signal

(search for Seike work in ultra-relativity concepts), so the gain is also in atropic system of 1.618 where frequency increase in octaves may increase amplification by a factor of 3.141592 where the spiral resonant circular projection can be expressed in a 12,000 4d polygon structure (as similar to double helix DNA structure - reason human system is OU by all definitions). Remember LOGARITHMIC SPIRALS ORBITAL DECAY PATH IS RELATIVE to gravity as SIGNAL DECAY OR GAIN IS RELATIVE TO LC Q and parameters in a working ZPE system.

It can be done either way, using a reactance to charge a cap, or discharge a cap in a reactive circuit the resonant condition creates a logarithmic path where VAR power is created and carries a magnetic amplification component with it.

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So - we have over-unity in the oscillatory circuit where we must extract the excess power. Many inventors have done it successfully, using those methods mentioned here.

Simple resonance clipping

Here is an optimal and simple circuit for high voltage resonance power collection. When you connect this circuit directly to wall and use lightbulb as the load - turning the potensiometer acts as the dimmer. For the sake of simplicity the external 18V DC power is used to power the chips, so it is less time consuming to implement it. However, you can always use another small 3VA transformer that feeds the chips directly from the LC resonance. The required voltage input it 12-18VDC.

This circuit is especially recommended for Rotoverter or Transverter resonance collection (I have personally not yet tested it with RV or TV yet), thought, reliable sources suggest this is the very important circuit.

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Note that the capacitor (47uF) must be kept close to MC34151 chip for the best stability.

Resonance clipping (low voltage version, complex switching, fast)


resonate LC, direct it into full wave rectifying bridge (FWRB) into DC

clip the power from resonance that exceeds specified voltage level into the capacitor (does not affect the resonance when doing wisely)

after clipping - discharge the capacitor into the other capacitor -> then into the load (as per original procedure)

easy to apply to RV alternator as well -> this could be an easier way to get OU at single phase resonance

Here is our implementation how to extract power from the resonance up to 50V level.

Schematic (200602):

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PCB (200602):

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Hector's OU resonance extraction circuit - nonreflecting extraction

Overall prescription for the right operation (compiled from notes):

diode plug (OR diode bridge)

discharge the capacitor at the time the other is charging

use SCRs for high voltage, bang to the low impedance primary

extract the power (BEMF) from the secondary (1:5 recommended), capacitor (3:1, as practice) - note that this is for the circuit where capacitors are discharged through the SCR into the transformer in 'DC mode', where BEMF is sent to the output (capacitor + load OR other system). This is another energy cascading based on E.A.S.E.R. theory but requires tuning and design common sense.

switch the power out from capacitor into load OR Rotoverter primemover

Here is the implementation of the diode plug resonance recovery for the Transverter. A portion of the resonance is directed into the diode plug and switched out through the SCR's. SCR's are triggered by the clever diac + inductive coupling circuitry.


Note that the direction of the inductive coupling is important so when the system will not trigger the SCR, it is usually that you have to change the polarity of the small transformer that does the inductive triggering.

The drawback of this AC system is that the final load must be low resistive to ensure the capacitor discharging before the next cycle comes up. The system can be designed as DC pulse system to improve it.