Shock Charging System By Stefan Hartmann

I used a 12 Volts relay (not shown here) in selfrunning vibrator mode for mechanically toggling the S1 switch on and off with a frequency ofabout15to 20 Hz. Thefl tube was lit to about half its brightness and the battery did not discharge, but seemed to charge up a bit More and longertests are ' still needed I

Fluorescent tube 8 Watts


selfrunning vibrator Relay switch secondary 220 Volts 240 Ohm


12 Volts -

selfrunning vibrator Relay switch primary: 30 Volts 5.7 Ohm ! DC resis.

efficient spark gap driven fluorescent lamp driver version 1.1, idea based on Konzen's spark gap effects and Newman technology, battery recharching effect I released and tested on 21 st of June 2001 by Stefan Hartmann for

secondary 220 Volts 240 Ohm primary: 30 Volts 5.7 Ohm ! DC resis.

Overunity Transformer


220 Volts to 30 Volts type 0.4 Amp ca. 5 Watts type used backwards


The Shock Charging System presented by Stefan Hartmann is classified as a CATEGORY 3A Over-Unity Device. The excess electrical energy appears in the secondary coil of the transformer during the demagnetization phase of a magnetization/ demagnetization cycle.

The magnetization phase of the cycle is initiated by closing switch S1. The fluroescent tube functions as current limiting resistor.

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