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    Composite core step down transforme

    Thanks Klaus That’s extremely helpful, and very interesting
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    Composite core step down transforme

    That makes perfect sense. In measuring the voltage and amperage output of the caps, would I need a load on the caps to get meaningful readings on my test equipment? I had thought about setting up a big Bank of incandescent lights to try to dump as much current as is needed. If it develops any...
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    Composite core step down transforme

    Where can I look up the symbols in your formula, as some of them are unfamiliar to me.
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    Composite core step down transforme

    I also noticed something interesting, and Don Smith also alluded to in his book. If you view the input and output specs of the particular transformer he was using the Output VA is always more than the input. It’s a little puzzling? The particular transformer I have is a neon transformer and the...
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    Composite core step down transforme

    Re: Oil cooled transformer explosion. I’ve experienced this personally. Years ago at a placed of my then employment, an oil cooled pole transformer exploded. It was amazing that it didn’t damage our metal building or break windows. I think the angle was shallow enough to the building that most...
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    Composite core step down transforme

    Well, I didn’t think I was violating any laws of physics at the time I did my experiment. I was asking a simple question about what would happen if high-voltage pulses such as I described fed to a capacitor bank would increase the energy in the caps, especially if they increased in frequency...
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    Composite core step down transforme

    Well, Bear with me just a little longer as I I’m curious. I have a bank of 22 UF 5000 V capacitors, 4 each. They’re all hooked up in parallel. I just did a little test and took my teeny 9 v battery and just touched it to one of the terminals. Afterword I took my big Central Maine Power company...
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    Composite core step down transforme

    This is developing technology available in kit form for those that are willing to put in the work to learn how these systems operate. This is being done on a very small scale by Rich Friedrich who has worked tirelessly on this research, I believe now for more than several decades. It’s not...
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    Composite core step down transforme

    I thought I had read that he had applied for certain patent(s). He spent a lot of time with John Bedini. John was well known as high end audio engineer, and he what is the one the one that later built all the energy devices. Rich Friedrich also worked with John, and Rich was primarily...
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    Composite core step down transforme

    Tom Bearden gives a (very) detailed explanation of the principles of collecting energy. You are very right that static electricity and our regular energy are related, and that’s exactly the point. Until you exercise that possibility that the entire universe is not a vacuum, but is filled with...
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    Composite core step down transforme

    Thank you for the input of questions regarding my inquiry of a step down transformer. I should have measurements shortly from the capacitor bank to give a better idea of what is needed in a step down transformer. My time has been limited to work in the shop because of serious medical issues with...
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    Composite core step down transforme

    The Renaissance Charge site is owned by Rich Friedrich. Rich knew Don and over the years was able to gather information about his research and devices. Don has passed. Rich has been working on this book for several years, and just released it along with training kits. The first resonant kit has...
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    Composite core step down transforme

    Yes, I would not be surprised if this might have to be what I use. The energy coming from the resonance device would be going through a very large bank of capacitors, 4 ea 500V, 2200 UF. The frequency would be cycling at approximately 25,000 to 35,000 CPS, but the frequency will be adjusted to...
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    Composite core step down transforme

    I have a resonance energy device in which I need to step down voltage from 9000 V to 120 V. The end load will be 30 KW! I’m trying to source a composite core isolation transformer to avoid excessive heat buildup. Any recommendations? 1632021298 I forgot to mention that this is 60 cycle AC, and...

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