Ymio

This is a homemade Commutator designed by Rick Harrison, This DC Commutator is used to turn off the incoming DC voltage to the HV Voltage or Low Voltage Magnetic Coil. We are going to create a junction bar that rotates and as it rotates it will slide onto the 2 carbon DC motor brushes and cause a complete connection causing DC current to flow into the Electromagnetic coil. We are going to give you 2 options in making a DC motor commutator. Pick which one is easiest for you. Cut a piece of 3 4...

Warning

We are not responsible for anything in these plans YOU BUILD AT YOUR OWN RISK FOR RESEARCH PURPOSES ONLY HIGH VOLTAGE CAN KILL USE RUBBER GLOVES WHEN WORKING WITH ANY HIGH VOLTAGE AND ACID BATTERIES. Just because it is your project don't assume anything, be safe it only takes one mistake and your DEAD ONE MISTAKE AND YOUR DEAD USE RUBBER GLOVES Place these signs at every entrance of your project area KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN AND ADULTS. COVER ALL BATTERY TERMINALS WITH RUBBER OR ANY...

Our Step Up Capacitor Inverter

This type of inverter is unlike any you have ever seen before, Although capacitors are used widely in commercial inverters all over the world, We designed this system especially for the back yard researcher in mind, it is simple, low cost compared to buying a 3,000 commercial inverter. You may already have all the parts you need at home in your shop. this type of inverter will use 24 volts DC or you can add more capacitors to allow it to run on 12 volts DC. but for example we will show you the...

Charging Circuit Diagram

Electrical Capacitor Bank Circuit

SO WHAT DOES STACKING MEAN It means just what it sounds like, you stack In parallel. If you have a hard time in your area finding capacitors or diodes that are rated that high then you can buy cheap ones and stack them, its much easier though if you buy the rating you need, example stack each diode or capacitor on top of the other and connect them in parallel. Example If you stack 2 - 35 amp x 150 v diodes in parallel you will get a 70 amp output, the same withcapacitors. you double your...

Pulsed HV Back EMF Transf

Back Emf Free Energy

Now lets take a look at another method we have discovered to be a very good way to step up voltage and if it is done right you will not lose any amperage at all but will gain voltage as well as amperage by pulsing very large HV coils. For an example lets use an old Microwave oven transformer, Disconnect the small secondary wire from the iron core, Do not leave this connected. For some reason the manufactures connect one lead of the secondary wire to the iron core Now you want to pulse the...