Besides Eric’s personal presentation on Fortescue at the 2021 Energy Science and Technology Conference, which is all about his Versor Algebra mathematics and how it applies to the power grid, Eric and I will be presentation a few demonstrations with the equipment that we’ve been building.
NEW FREE VIDEO WITH BATTERY & SOLAR SECRETS ON YOUTUBE
This is not a promo video sell these solar charge controllers because all the inventory was sold and we’re not producing any more anytime soon. It is to help those that already purchased a S3A12 but that’s not all – you will greatly benefit from this information. Read every bullet point of what is covered in this video.
How to properly hookup and use the S3A12, why the Green light comes on before it is topped
How to properly calculate safe discharges from lead acid batteries
Why the claim that crystalline panels are more efficient than amorphous has no real meaning and why
What the VMP and other specs on the panel means and which ones you need to pay attention to the most
Description of the true topping event so you know the battery chemistry has been reversed to like-new condition
A bit about how to restore some battery life
Why batteries sitting on concrete go bad – it has nothing to do with the concrete
How to use a constant voltage / constant current power supply to imitate a solar panel for testing
Why every solar generator manufacturer or kit supplier are ripping you off with their inverters
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This is an update from January here at the shop in Spokane with Eric Dollard. We’re working non-stop on this project with the hopes of being able to demonstrate this at the 2021 ESTC – seating is limited, get your tickets here: https://energyscienceconference.com
At this point now, we’re actually 99% done with the audio rack and are making rapid progress on the RF rack, which we will show you very soon. Below are THREE videos that I had time to edit and make avail – there are quite a few pictures and videos that I’ll post in the near future showing more of the progress that we’ve made.
Video #1 below is from January 21, 2021 and is a general update video:
Video #2 below is from January 30, 2021 and is a short video of the old HP Scope that Eric rejuvenated back to life.
Video #3 below is from January 31 and February 2, 2021 and shows the 1940s Collins Transmitter, which sat out in the Arizona desert getting rained on, etc. and it is now in working condition. There are some general updates in addition to some details on the Tesla Coils that the tuning unit will be feeding. Most of the coil project is already built and we’ll show pics/vids of that later.
This is a project that I (Aaron Murakami) have been working on for a while. It is engineered by Eric Dollard and built by myself mostly from scratch. Jeff Moe helped with machining some of the parts but most is hand fabricated with hand tools on my work bench.
There are multiple applications for the system when completed or in other words a lot of different experiments that can be performed because it is being designed to be universal.
We have a bit more to do for the audio rack and still have to do the entire RF rack – next year’s conference will have some of the most incredible Tesla experiments most people have ever seen or heard of.
Recently, I did a simple test recommended by Eric Dollard on the Rotary Electrostatic Converter built by Chris Carson. It is recommended to look at the below post first before watching the video on the recent test.
The capacitor was sped up with a DC motor and then a potential transformer was turned up to about 4500 volts DC and this potential was applied to 1/2 of the capacitor to see if the electrostatic lines would try keep the rotating capacitor plates in phase with the stationary plates. If so, then it should increase the load on the DC motor and reducing it’s speed.
The video is here and there are some more tests to come relating to this: