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Posted by Michael B on December 3, 2009, 1:02 am
 



I don't recall even making a suggestion of it being an
over-unity device, and I suggest that anybody wanting
to pursue that path find somewhere else to do it.
Maybe over at alt.energy.wishful-thinking.
I was in biomedical electronics before becoming a
nurse, and I didn't win my slots in a raffle. But I am
very deficient in motor and generator technogy, and I
seeking legitimate answers, not someone seeking to
hide their ignorant with misplaced derision.




Posted by amdx on December 3, 2009, 3:05 am
 




I searched Ed Gray Motor and the first thing I found said this,
"During the 1970's, based on this discovery, Mr. Gray developed an
80 hp electric automobile engine that kept its batteries charged
continuously."
  That makes me think over-unity.
                                        Mike



Posted by Jim Wilkins on December 3, 2009, 3:11 pm
 


No harm in playing with ideas, you did however hit a hot button.

You can go much further if you have a small metal lathe and milling
machine, even a Sherline, and an oscilloscope and some lab power
supplies. Don't trust digital voltmeters unless they measure RMS. To
measure electrical energy accurately you need a current probe for the
scope, AC will do initially but DC is much better and necessary for
conclusive data.

There's a perverse joy in watching an inventor's face when he first
measures the pitiful results from his brainchild.
Pay me in advance, please.


jsw

Posted by Martin Riddle on December 3, 2009, 3:13 am
 




Over-unity and back-fed breakers get the adrenaline flowing here.....

Cheers



Posted by Josepi on December 5, 2009, 6:55 am
 

Over unity takes an infinity number of turns on each pole to make it work.



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