In this image (http://www.free-energy-info.tuks.nl/Ch3/Fig325.gif), NTE2397 is a high voltage high speed switching MOSFET. Its function is to connect the upper and lower contacts only when there is at least 5 volts going into the Gate/Base (left hand side contact with the small circle).
A Signal Generator is connected to the Gate to supply the 5 volts that times the switching on/off of the Coil.
A Coil is basically several loops of wire that produces an electromagnetic field when an electrical voltage is going through it.
A Signal Generator (SG) produces a square-wave voltage, on and off, several hundred or several thousand times per second, measured in Hertz.
A square-wave (5v) signal from the SG goes into the base of the MOSFET, which completes the "Hot" part of the Circuit. Anything up to 36 Volts charges the Coil for a split second and produces an electromagnetic field.
During the Coil's "off" Time, the electromagnetic field returns to normal, it's movement sends a high voltage charge BACKWARD along the wires and out of the Coil. This "back emf" (Cold Electricity) flows out through the diodes into the capacitors on the "Output" side.
Capacitors condition the output...
-The film capacitor evens out the current, removing the "spikes" somewhat.
-The Electrolytic capacitor converts the output current back to "hot" electricity, if required.
Cold Electricity can fully charge a battery in 20 minutes.
The Components in this image:
NTE576 Fast recovery Diode
1N4148 Fast switching Diode
Suitable components available in this Country:
IRFP460 "IR" Power MOSFET N-Channel (ebay)
MUR8100E 8A 1000V Ultra-Fast Recovery Diode (from futurlec.com)
1N4148 Fast Switching Diode (ebay)
Magnet Wire and batteries is available in electronics shop.
The Coil is 2 inches Inside Diameter, and 2 inches long, heat resistant former, and hollow in the center to leave space for a Secondary coil, or some Iron as a core.
The (insulated Copper) Magnet Wire is SWG 22 in two parallel strands, 33.5m long.
The finished Coil should be around 1.45 Ohms.
Home Made Signal Generator:
5 Volts Signal can be made by hand, using a specially designed hand-crank rotor (commutator) connected to a USB cable which supplies the 5 volts. 4 AA batteries can give 6 volts, that is fine also.
The rotor will have many points of contact around the circumference, and may be powered by hand, or by a small motor such as those found in a discarded CD player.
The Rotor can also be made from an unwanted CD with many bare wires glued on, radiating from the middle, with suitable contacts on an apparatus attached.
An old CD player can be used to spin the disk if the CD surface can be accessed during "play", to attach with a switching system/brushes, and used as a rotating switch to channel the voltage into the MOSFET's Gate as a series of pulses (frequency).
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