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'Instructions for replicating the M. Charley Directory:SEBCAR.'

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Generalized Formula

Note that the following statement will hold true concerning the operating principles of over-unity status of all components, circuits, devices, models, motors, engines, or "what ever you want to call it" manufactured over-unity product whether sub-atom micro level or as tangible as any modern day product of convenience. "The basic operating principle is to: use extreme minimal main battery voltage input (Power), use a circuit (Power components) designed to achieve extremely high output voltages via coil with or without multiplier (multiply power to any x-power levels), re-introduced voltage back to battery. (refine x-power level to useful source).

Formula: Power+Power Components+Power Multiplied to x-power levels+Power Refined to useful source= OVERUNITY


Build the Sebcar Instructions

Plastic Spool Core Construction

Empty wire plastic spool measuring 2.25"L by 2.25" W. Core of spool 1".

Cut 3" piece of (10 24 All Thread). Cover 2.25" of "All Thread" piece with basic black electricians tape.

Use several already painted/lacquer cover metal coat hangers and use them to cut over thirty individual pieces of 2.25" lengths.

Place "All Thread" into core of plastic spool. Keep the "All Thread" in center and surround it with smaller 2.25" coat hanger pieces. Make it a tight fit of all the pieces.

Extending "All Thread " will be used to mount coil to a base.

Winding Of Coils On Plastic Spool

The completed coil with have three seperate coils interwound.

Measure out three separate lengths of #23 magnet wire. Minimum length of two coil wires will be 70'(longer the better). One coil wire 100' or longer. Wind all three wires together onto plastic spool counter clockwise rotation starting back of spool towards the front of spool facing you. Wind evenly back and forth until all lengths are wound. Keep on winding remaining 30' feet of third coil wire.

Coil will have six wire ends extending out. Three wires used at the start of the wind will be referred to as the inner coil winding. The three wires at the end of the wind will be referred to as the outer coil windings.

Transistor Coil Oscillitor Circuit

Need a positive and negative input into circuit.

Connect one end of a 1/2 watt 22 ohm resistor to negative point. Join other end of 22 ohm to 1/2 watt 330 ohm resistor. Connect other end of 330 ohm to positive point.

Connect one of shorter inner coil wires to positive input and 330 ohm resistor junction. Continue the other end of this coil to collector of the Tip 3055 Transistor NPN Silicon.

Connect longest length inner coil winding to base of transistor. Connect other end of this coil to a 2k pot single prod side only. Connect remaining two same side pot prods seperately. Continue this side of pot and connect to 22 and 330 ohm resister center junction.

Emitter of transistor goes to negative point.

Third coil output wires will be attached to input of multiplier circut.

Test this circuit: Attach battery to inputs. Check third coil outputs for AC voltage. Oscillator is working.

Battery Storage Capacitors

Place three 470uf 200v electrolyte capacitor in parallel. Connect cap negatives. Connect cap positives.

Connect 680 ohm 1/2 watt resister to negative of capacitors. Connect resistor LED. Connect LED to a Reset Switch. Connect Reset switch to capacitor positive. (Discharge circuit use to safely discharge capacitor banks during construction/testing of circuit. Safey warning: do not discharge banks with battery attached) See Sebcar circuit design for placement of this circuit.

Test: Input voltage to caps, measure voltages, discharge voltage using discharge circuit, repeat discharge.

Capacitor Multiplier circuit

Place six polyester film capacitors three top and three bottom opposite each other. Place a 1n4004 diode forward bias from lower left capacitor lower left terminal to upper left capacitor right terminal. Take another diode and continue forward bias from this point back to first lower left capacitor right terminal. Continue to do this with two remaining upper and lower sets. Connect upper capacitor terminal points together one to two, two to three. Do the same with the bottom row of capacitors. The upper left capacitor left terminal is the positive input terminal of multiplier. The lower left capacitor left terminal is the negative input and output terminal of the multiplier. The lower right capacitor right terminal is the positive output of the multiplier.

See Sebcar circuit for placement.

Test: Connect two coil output wires to input side of the multiplier. Suppy oscillator circuit with voltage. Measure rectified DC output voltage. Input greater than output. Stay within diode specs of multiplied voltage.

Add a capacitor bank to the multiplier output.

Place two 200 volt 470uf electrolyte capacitors in parallel. Connect cap positives. Connect cap negatives. (Use cap discharge circuit here if you wish). Connect 47 ohm 1/2 watt resistor to capacitor positive, other end resistor connected to 24 volt Zener diode reversed, other end of Zener connected to two 1n4004 diodes paralleled. (One diode can be used). See Sebcar circuit for placement of multiplier and its capacitors.

Higher Zener diode voltages can be use. As well as Silicone Controlled Rectifiers, NE-2 bulbs, Mosfet transistors, etc. to obtain higher capacitor voltages. Lower resistor ohm levels can be used.

Capacitor/Inductor Charging Circuit For Second Battery

Place seven 16 volt 1000uf electrolyte capacitors vertical to one another. Connect capacitor negatives together.

Connect first two capacitor positives together. Also, connect last two capacitor positived together.

Take three forward bias based diodes 1n4004 (mospec\shlotky diodes can be use)and connect to positive of capacitor #2. Take three inductors and connect each separately to each separate diode. Continue connection of each inductor separately to positives of capacitors #3,#4, and #5.

Take three more diodes and connect each seperately to previous inductor\diode junction. Continue forward bias of diodes. Connect second set of diodes to #6 capacitor positive. This part of circuit is also known as "CCC" Charley charging circuit. See Sebcar circuit for placement.

Test: Apply voltage to capacitor inputs. Measure voltage from outputs.

How to use the Sebcar

Place main source battery to battery inputs and a second battery to circuit charging outputs.

Adjust the potentiometer to its center point. Place a South up facing magnet to bottom of coil. Place South down facing magnet to top of coil. Magnets will make audible the resonant squelch, hissing, high-pitch sounds. If the potentiometer does not allow a resonating coil-after moving the adjustments far right and far left-change to a higher ohm pot.

(The south up facing magnet will slightly help the charging effect of the system).

The coil will need to repeatedly resonates through the left and right adjustments of the pot, before going on to next steps.

The next step is crucial. I termed it the "OUTPP" -OVER UNITY TUNING POINT PHENOMENON". The "OUTPP" takes precedence in the "Sebcar". Without it there is no over unity. All past, present and future overunity devices will have "OUTPP" as standard requirement for achieving over unity.

The "Sebcar" circuit is designed to capture the "OUTPP". The "OUTPP" is captured, maintained and kept VIABLE for over unity use.


"OUTPP" the missing link to over unity will now be divulged:

To some this will be like what has been said "like looking for a needle in a haystack!), others looking for a needle in small box of needles. The rest will be like finding the right needle from four single needles. SEBCAR circuit has reduced and even captured the right needle time after time, repeatedly. Learning to fine tune this circuit is as important as all the circuits functioning together.

Place DC digital multimeter to measure main battery source. Move potentiometer in either direction slowly. Listen for a high pitched squeel from the coil. The "squelch" will range from a low to high audible pitch range. Shoot for the highest squelch. Go beyond this point, check to see that the voltage reading is slightly dropping. When this happens, the hi pitch squelch will stop.

The "OUTPP" is located between the two points just mentioned, the highest audible squelch and metered reading of voltage drop.

The "OUTPP" can be found at either end of the potentiometer range and other tuning spot(s) will appear after several uses of the pot.

Indicator signs "OUTPP" is close: The battery voltage will rise. (THE POT IS ONLY A COMPONENT in the circuit that allows the tuning of circuit to go into the "OUTPP". Once "OUTPP" is tuned, the resistor is just that a RESISTOR, it is not the source of "OUTPP"). The potentiometer can go from normal temp, to warm and finally hot. Depending on type of pot used, sounds may come from the pot, possible smoke from new pot, and a odor will emit from the pot. Other pots get warm without the mentioned signs.

Indicators that "OUTPP" has been reached: Voltage measurements taken at the main battery and multiplier capacitors will remain stable, with no downward\reducing voltages readings. The third coil outputs with have AC reading in the 2.0 volt range or less using a digital multimeter. The Zener diode/diode junction will have a DC reading that is lower than the multiplier cap reading, but higher than the battery voltage readings. Individual coils will resonate differently at this tuning point. From none up to just below high squelch sound.

Example: SEBCAR-one coil tuned to the OUTPP, sounds like when the upstairs water faucet is turned on, your in the basement and can hear the water discharging through the basement water pipes. Reversing the coil outputs, the sound changes to higher pitch sound.

Test the individual circuits once the "OUTPP" is located: A 24 volt Zener will show readings in the multiplier capacitor in the 20 to 30 volt range. The Zener volt range should be minus the 20 to 30 volt range. The first diode output from the Zener should read lower. Example. Zener reading is 11.55 volts, the first diode output will read 11.35 volts. The second diode output will read at battery volt level of 11.00 volts (just an example). IF multiplier cap readings are not in the 20 to 30 range, need to retune the pot.

Secondary tuning: Attach digital multimeter to multiplier capacitor output. Tune pot to where voltage raises to stable state with no downward slide voltage readings. Return to battery voltage reading. The voltage should be stabilized. If its dropping, move pot to prevent voltage drop or to stop the INCREASED CURRENT into circuit.

A direct current amp reading from the battery positive into the circuit will read at 0.04 amps. This amp reading will remain wether the single battery is placed only, or with the second charging battery, with or without the "CCC" circuit. The battery positive serves a dual purpose. It is a direct current out to circuit and a direct current into the battery from the circuit. It is a combination of both.

The "OUTPP" spot is located as described. Once found, it is easy to repeatedly locate. The SEBCAR circuitry makes the "OUTPP" possible. The "OUTPP" allows access to a REPEATING, PLENTIFUL, and COPIOUS SELF RE-GENERATING HIGH VOLTAGE\AMP SOURCE. This source of energy is what makes over unity possible. It is endless. The "OUTPP" supply is far, far, far beyond the energy input of the main battery source. This source is what is used to replenish\charge the battery levels. This FREE ENERGY source I term as the "CFEOUS" or Charley Free Energy Over Unity Source.

Brief Description

The Sebcar secondary batteries are charged from the main source battery and from the circuit.

The main battery is used as the charging source for second battery with the requirement that the second battery is within the voltage level of the main battery. As in any battery charging DC DC scheme, the main battery voltage lowers as its amps are expended to charge the second battery. The second battery is charged to full amps and voltage levels.

The Sebcar is refeeding the main battery with sustainable power to keep it viable. Once the second charging battery is removed, the main battery reclaims/recharges to its circuit saturated levels.

The Sebcar can be used for any level voltages such as twelve, twenty-four or forty eight volts, so on. Battery and circuit components need to be adjusted.

It should be noted that overunity as stated in this posting is achievable with a many and varied circuit designs using solid state components. I have done this using salvage parts from old computers, power components, easily obtainable parts from retail. This has been accomplished using old B-SG coil, a version of fly-back transformer, even regular yellow taped transformers from CPU power boxes. Once the use of this components are figured out and how to implement them one is able to achieve overunity at this given level. This system works. Access to high level state of the art components will increase this level to universal levels.

The design of Sebcar is simple. Once understood it can be replicated quickly, effectively and usefully. Others may in the future claim overunity status and state circuit design or varied version as their own. I am stating that various solid state components and electrical parts can be arranged or grouped differently to achieve the same outcome.





See also Directory:SEBCAR:Materials page

See also: iceweller's (Jan. 25)

Sebcar 1 Sebcar 2

From: "marscreat"


Sent: Sunday, January 23, 2005 12:28 AM

Subject: [sebcar] Sebcar build

In order to get a working Sebcar unit one has The main model to

follow is the Sebcar-One. The Sebcar-two model was initiated to see

if the circuits could be made smaller and check its effectiveness. If

you have built the #2 model and are using larger car battery type,

all you have to do is place a 5 watt, 150 ohm (kind I use are from

power control boxes that are used for computers)ceramic resistor in

series with battery positive circuit input. This will solve component

heating problems. Lowering the voltage will not affect the circuit.

The "OUTPP" is there. The building of

the unit is simple. Build it as described and use the photo as

reference. The handdrawing I provided is exactly how the working

model is built.

Once the unit is built, study the "OUTPP" and look

for the signs mentioned there. Once you find it, your main battery

source voltage will stabilize and will slowly rise in voltage and in

current to battery spec designed limits. If a full battery is used

you will still see the voltage points descriptions that I have

provided. A fully saturated battery will not go beyond its limits. If

you're looking for a instantenous all of a sudden high voltage and high

current from the battery side it will not happen. The main battery

source will not go beyond its defined limits except as mentioned.

Once you've tuned , place a second more depleted battery as charging

source. Re-tune the specified areas already mentioned. Walk away. Let

the circuit do the work. Return couple hours to check the specifics,

retune if necessary. Walk away again. What is the normal charging

time for car batteries. Cut it in half. Check the battery. You will

notice the second charging battery will have a increase in current

relative to its voltage. The battery will recharge to it useful

levels. Once the second battery is fully charged, remove it, use it.

The main battery source only needs to run for quarter to half the

normal charge time to replenish its current amp amounts. Leave on

longer if needed. Turn off the unit. When you've used the second

battery to its discharge\recharge level. Reattach using the same main

battery source. Repeat this cycle exactly.

In the long run, you will

notice the same main battery source will repeatidly recharge the

secondary battery over and over. From here it is up to you to see how

many times this cycle can be repeated.

I am still using the same main

battery source and recharging the same batteries. The main battery is

accessing free energy and using that energy effectively. MC


Circuit Component Substitutions

The building of Sebcar was accomplished using the described components and circuits described in the build area. It works as is. The basic build will help open the understanding of overunity design and function. Start there first. Individuals obtain a wealth of knowledge and through that knowledge tremendously increased their skill levels as such that they are comfortable with that knowledge and skill.

The single transistor oscillator was used for its simplicity. If expertise is in the area of two transistor oscillators using the PNP\NPN or NPN\NPN scheme, then use what's comfortable. Other oscillators in form of NE-2, ICs, 555, Microcontrollers, Incandescent lights, Single or Dual IC\Pic,DPPT relays, etc, can be used.

Coil as used was again for its simplicity. Coils in form of transformers both metal and ferrite, Toroids, Conduction coils, Flybacks, Two\Three\Four plus coil windings can be used.

Magnet wire of the same size, of different size and lengths can be used.

Single\Multiple\Coat Hanger\Various other metal rod core center, etc, can all be used.

Capacitors volt and uf amounts can be adjusted to what's available, but adapted to the capacitor bank schemes intended design and use. Electrolyte caps need to remain in design for storage value.

See also



- Directory:SEBCAR

- Directory

- Main Page

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