Portable free energy generator that can light a home. My videos are for educational purpose only.
9V, 12V, 110V and 220V no moving parts generator. The consumption can be from 400 mA to 5 amp if desired. I am using a DC to DC converter between the battery and the system (meaning the generator) of 600-800 mA to charge the capacitors of the system in the best possible way. You can use any battery you want but preferably without surpassing the 600-800 mA, this way you can charge the battery back and keep it alive for a long time. As you can see in the video we use the battery for a very short time. I could also try using a Arduino driver which works very well but usually it is limited to 5V even though you can reach more with some transistors but you will not be able to get a load of 220V from it. So I am using a transformer which is a much better way and I get a very big autonomy without having to be connected to anything when the system is charged, a thing that you cannot do otherwise.
Also please note that I made this generator for private use for people who only have access to a small battery which is all you need to power this generator immediately, but in case we want to make a bigger and stronger one we can work on 18 or 24V and the result will be much more impressive. In that case, of course some components will have to be replaced for ones that can handle more pressure.
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