Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey, updated on June 14, 2016 at 9:22 pm.
The TV (transverter) is a solid state single phase system, whilst the RV is a rotary three phase system.
Both are based on the same principle of resonance, where the primary is excited with 1/4 of the rated voltage, and the secondary has the RF resonance.
In the case of the TV, primary and secondary is self-explanatory (transformer). In the case of the RV, the primary is the lines you connect to the grid, the secondary is the rotor and the amplification is gives back to the 3PH stator.
(Both have the same kind of efficiency, however working with a 3PH system is more convenient, as you have a rotary field, whilst in the TV you have a static field.
(you could however make a 3PH TV with 3 single phase transformers or with a 3PH transformer)
transformer (wired 4:1 - example 480:120VAC, you must drive the input with 120VAC! = 1/4V), a Directory:Transverter:Ferroresonant transformer is usually preferred
grid input OR variable freq power source - PWM Inverter
electronic switching to extract power from resonance (diode plug or diode bridge)- OS:Rotoverter
Electrical Energy Amplifier
January 06, 2002 Prototype
Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2002 00:48:03 +0000
From: "arkresearch ²"
Today I took from storage a DEC 10 power suply ferroresonant transformer DEC 16-1491 rev D (part number ) used 1200v 22.5 uF capacitor in the resonant coil (ac primary input 117V 3.8A ) 444.6W 573V 5.5A 3151.5 W circulating power in resonant coil, if diode plug is used as in plan with X 2 capacity each capacitor will become a half resonant Tank circuit becoming in a sense a VECTOR accumulator one negative and one positive "half" in "resonant" mode, if discharged in sequential pulse mode the power is awesome compared to the input. The ratio in this transformer circulating power was over 7:1. All this time we were forced to asume this was a POWER FACTOR phenomena and that this power was not EXTRACTABLE in any way ...well not any more with proper tuning and pulsing circuits or simple "spartan" resonant direct connections it can be used, I hope you can find FR transformers or get a standard one 120/240/480V primary 120/240/480V sec and turn the secondary into a resonant tank, transformer will hum and if tuned right will "drift" with input frequency "TUNE". No shunt needed since no core secondary current "regulation" is going to be used.
After this first step try diode plug use x 2 capacity.
Note: Circuit will not HUM it will do a PUNK! and input current will be a NO LOAD VALUE, but be very careful, x 2 voltages and x 2 currents will be present at Plug + - terminals. Pulse extract power into resistor bank until system goes resonant (Hum) max "Q" if possible.
Try to replicate the FR RC effect and use the diode plug system, this simple device make many obsolete by all terms.
This is simpler and cheaper than the OS:Rotoverter ...Transverter systems may be the Volskwagen of OU systems for the money-"handicapped" research guy!, transformers are cheap!, capacitors also, BUT I RECOMMEND GREAT CARE, DEVICE IS EXTREMELY DANGEROUS if safe parameters are obiated. I give them public ...statutory copyright so print and date as original feel free to replicate in vitro. (built prototype) and validate. Any question just ask me! many OPTIONS to extract power are possible.
Anyway,here is the latest 1000w light Bulb rotoverter test, DANGER OK! don't even try to make sense of the output readings its a VIRTUAL mess and a theoretic nightmare (normal rules does not apply on 3PH multi-resonant interactions with semi-rectifying loads, Exploded some mercury 1500w GE bulbs like grenades so be careful with the TUNNING of the system if trying to replicate, 100uF at 370V is FATAL to touch.
January 21, 2002 Prototype
Transverter Secrets Revealed: Data from 1999 series of experiments
480/220VAC transformer design:
The circuit here consists of 2 half LC tanks as known the RADIANT flashover occurs at TURN ON, one capacitor charges to maximal resonant value then the cycle goes in opposed sinewave as the other charges in resonant condition the first one is DISCHARGED in the second transformer with a nominal gain of 1.618 if properly tunned, this second circuit deplete C V value as near to 0V as SCR switches off at a minimal remanent voltage (minimal) before primary tank reverses sinewave to reload half LC and discharge the other loaded capacitor.
The discharge does not affect input tunning as its at opposed non-coupled relation this permits the full vector of the power components to be decopled from the source (totaly non-reflective) as to permit a PERFECT resonant tune of LC as to charge capacitor in RF radiant operation mode.
Now you have the BASIC and simple design of the looped transverter circuit , just be Verry carefull with it ,use at minimal power and follow safety common sense I dont want you to have any incident with this device ,as you validate feel free to post (its quite demanding in its tuning) post this letter with your results as EXTRA information for others to follow.
For basic triggering you can use multy-vibrator optoinsolated mode a simple switching diode set up to trigger the opposed capacitor when charged, input ac regulates the timing, LOAD regulates the discharge time so overal time must be shorter (lower impedance) to increase frequency (shorter pulse) shorter discharge time as to reduce capacitor voltage value to near 0.
Hector D Perez Torres
Transverter circuit with LC resonant tank:
input circuit has variable voltage amplitude, frequency and pulsewidth (duty-cycle of square-wave) control
a square-wave input to the FR trafo (ferro-resonant transformer) or any other transformer with loose coupling (can be iron laminated or ferrite) with the right tuning, results in a high-amplitude non-linear resonant condition at the secondary
during the secondary current peaks, the FR-trafo is saturated, which results in non-linear output waves
the resultant non-linear resonant waveform is shown below (orange=voltage Vo green=current Io), which are 90° out of phase.
Once all tuning values have been determined, the circuit below is a conceptual diagram of the diode-plug.
(note T1 is the ferro-resonant transformer, and Cr is replaced with D1/D2/C1/C2)
(AC-in is the voltage/frequency/duty-cycle controlled input)
because of the 2 diodes, the 2 capacitors are alternatively isolated during each half-wave
the idea is to discharge and reverse charge one capacitor at the time the other is charging (blank interval), in order to keep the resonance going
this way the tank inductor sees one single resonant wave, but in reality are the 2 alternate half-waves from the 2 different caps
this reversal can be done with 4 switches (not shown) aroud each capacitor to switch it in the opposite direction, or alternatively to let is reverse charge through a properly sized inductor
in this latter case only 2 switches are needed, and SCRs could be used
power extraction is done at the same "reverse charge" time
power extraction can only be done IF there is excess energy in the LC, which depends on the critical tuning of the LC tank.
TAKE ANY ferroresonant transformer USE as is ...
POWER up to resonance then start to lower power input until you find the cutoff point, that is the minimal self substaining power it requires... (Study its RADIANT energy (RESONANCE). and OU condition...( Iron core laminate ferroresonance )
NEXT Experiment is tapping the PERPETUAL "TURN ON" RADIANT HALF SINE-WAVES ... (Normal power input)
GET EXTRA capacitor (identical to original one) and USE the diode plug plus the non reflective extraction system ... Capacitor Joule
potential X 2 x 1.618 x Q factor and x 1.732 if 3 PHASE trafo is used.
Radiant energy right off the slelf , split - + and discharged non - reflective to "X" load (whatever)it be .
EVGRAY - has been covering the topic extensively. Numerous forum members have replicated the RV.
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