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Ahh Haa Moment...

It wasn't working like I envisioned and then it hit me..  The capacitors are No Good! They are not batteries and have a very big difference over batteries that is absolutely crucial in my setup.

I can't simple replace batteries with capacitors because when positive voltage enters the negative of a capacitor, the voltages do not sum like they do when we series batteries together.  

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I spent practically all week going over the actions / reactions and bench tested much of it.  So last night I started to to rebuild it.

Iffrand was right - the optocoupler could be used to sync the arduino's, keeping them isolated.  It took me almost all night to get the Arduino's programmed as Master / Slave with the Optocoupler so the 2 square waves are 90 degrees apart, while 100% isolated.  I wanted to control the frequency with a potentiometer, so I don't have to re-code every time I want to change frequencies.  So all that is done and working!  I said 'Goodbye' to the motor and hall sensors...


Now I am working on the Input's for the H-bridges and the Arduino's.  I need 2 DC input sources totally isolated for the H-bridges. And each 6V Arduino logic source either isolated, or cross connected between sources.

So the work continues..  I will be posting updates
Ok Some parts are done and I am beginning to test.. 

There are many ways to describe the system's effects.  Another way to state it is,  A transformers Back-EMF that usually works against us can be routed and placed in series with a second circuit that uses a mirror phase. Thus completing the Infinity Loop.  

Here are the effects starting to manifest.  The Back-EMF of 1 circuit is feeding it's voltage potential in series with the mirror circuit, Thus raising the input voltage of the mirror side.


Is it starting to click?


NOTE- the words "Back-EMF" are Striked out to avoid a debate what the terminology means to them.  I do NOT want that debate in this thread.  I will refer to this as the "Reciprocal Induction" which is the effect of "Mutual Induction".
Good work! I'm glad to hear that you managed to solve the isolated synchronisation problem without having to resort to mechanical means.
(02-01-2024, 01:22 PM)lfarrand Wrote: [ -> ]Good work! I'm glad to hear that you managed to solve the isolated synchronisation problem without having to resort to mechanical means.

Thanks Iffrand, especially for your suggestion of using opto's..

Ok, so last video I showed you how the input to the opposite increases when taking a load. So this time I will show how the Opposite Sides OUTPUT Voltage increases when shorting or harvesting a load.

Now I need to get a Watt Meter on the Variac and begin testing coil arrangements.  Enclosed core transformers may NOT be what I need here.  There are still many variables that I need to test.  

But this is my foundation that I will build upon.  Keep in mind, the input transformers are Paralleled with the AC source.  Pulling more current from 1 parallel branch does not raise the voltage or current in the other parallel branch. That Jump in Output Voltage should not be coming from the input. In my views, that jump in voltage is the product we are after.

I think I nailed the dynamics of the system..  

As you know, Solid State =  Higher Voltage output, Lower Current..


Lower Voltage / Higher Current...

But increased Frequency alone usually doesn't increase BOTH Amps and Current...  Unless we have Physical Movement...


This isn't no bogus test showing a 110V bulb getting brighter.  This is measuring Voltage and Current through a Resistor!

We ain't watching a bulb reaching voltage requirements as we raise voltage and decrease current.  This is RAISING BOTH!

But by increasing the frequency isn't that equal to movement
The fields in the transformers are moving
That is fluctuating north and south
Higher the frequency faster they move
Greater output?
When you increase the frequency does that not also increase your input
Like I said I'm not an electronic guy maybe I'm missing the picture
I do know one thing the faster I switch the greater the output
What happens with every switch?
(02-01-2024, 08:53 PM)Shylo Wrote: [ -> ]I do know one thing the faster I switch the greater the output
What happens with every switch?

Show me proof with inline meters.

Not with Light Bulbs, not with capacitor voltage.  Show me that you can make output rise (both current and voltage) by measuring a resistive load with inline meters by increasing frequency.  

According to the transformer equation and Ohm's Law, when the frequency increases, the impedance of the transformer increases, which, in turn, results in less current output for a given voltage.

My source is AC, and I am trying to find some AC Volt and Amp meters to use to watch my input draw..
Next Update..

I Phased the 2 Inputs (off 1 supply) to Match the Phased Outputs.  Crossed the grounds between circuits, then merged the Polyphase to 1 output.

Multiple Optocouplers to keep isolation where needed..

Hook Step Up transformer to output..

No Load-  53V output.  from 24V @ 0.24 amps input.

CONNECT LOAD and I get .116 Amps out.  Input DROPS to 0.09 Amps....

I can not try looping yet because 53V will blow out my H bridges. 

So what happens when I series more transformers on the output?  Will find out..


Now Watch This....

25V @ 0.100 amps input open circuit..  11V output..


Input Current DROPS to 0.02 Amps..  

0.260 amps flowing through the Multimeter.  Sparks Flying.

The current is looping through the infinity sign.  Like an Alternator..  

Now everything is reversed as opposed to usual dynamics.  When we add resistance in the circuit, input current goes UP.   When we reduce resistance, input current goes DOWN.  

The symbiotic relationship of the fields reflect all the way back to the source. To complete the Poly Phase "LOOP", not only does the output circuit need to have 2 sides that mirror, but the input circuit must also have a mirror reflection of the output circuit.

Just as 360/90= 4,  you need all 4 pieces of the "quad" to create the rotational effect properly.  The 2 phase output alone is not enough, but the input must also be 2 phase, mirroring the other 2 phases.

If you do not incorporate the phased input, all pieces are no longer constructive, and it destructs at the source.
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