The Controller

The controller is a simple piece of equipment to build, however the controller in Fig. # 3 could present certain problems if the contacts or points were to arc closed. If this were to happen, the motor soon would drain the energy from the battery and things would die.

There is another type of controller I must make known, and it is the simplest of all. With three brushes and a commutator, you can do away with all the electronics and handle 100 times the power back to the battery. The simplest method would be a split commutator, of which a little less than 180 degrees would be copper. (See Fig. # 12)

Figure 12. Split commutator

This split commutator is going to become our pulser and our controller, doing away with all the electronics. Just think - no transistors to fail, no relays to stick, no resistors to burn up and the best of all - no cost! The only thing this unit requires is a little tinkering and later on you can add the vacuum advance. But enough joking around; the next step is to build a good unit that will last a long time. You may choose to build any other version you wish. Now, we need three brushes and you can begin to see how this is going to work for us. (See Fig, # 13)

As we can see, this is nothing more than a simple switch. (See Fig. 13B). The thing to remember is that this commutator is completely insulated from the shaft; otherwise the bearings will arc in the motor and the heavy mass, or flywheel, will chew the bearings up. This controller only has one function - to gate the energy from the battery and to return it in the opposite direction. You have already seen the wave forms earlier in this paper.

*There may be some tinkering around to be done with brush 1 or brush 3, depending on which way you want to hook it up. Also, once again, the timing between brush 1 and brush 3 is very important. Let's look at the way this would be hooked up. (See Fig. # 14, pg. 13)

If you hook-up the components as shown and tinker with it until you get a stimulated resonance-coupled system, you will have a free running motor that powers itself and performs useful external work as well. I think I have presented the facts as they really are. The machine is simple and not complicated. If built and adjusted correctly, this unit should supply energy for whatever you need.

Fig. 13 A Physical construction

Fig. 13B Equivalent circuit.

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