Useful Circuits from Nikola Tesla
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desired Amperage Output
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Step # 3
An earth grounding is desirable as a voltage-limiter and transient spike control. Two are necessary, one at the Power Factor Capacitor and one at the input side of the isolation transformer.
Off-the-shelf surge arrestors / spark gaps and varistors having the desired voltage/potential and amperage control are commonly available. Siemens, Citel America and others, make a full range of surge arrestors, etc. Varistors look like coin-sized flat capacitors. Any of these voltage limiters are marked as "V - Iй in the following text.
Example # 1
It should be obvious that several separate closed circuits are present in the suggested configuration: The power input source, The high-voltage
module, A power factor capacitor bank, combined with the input side of the isolation transformer. Lastly, the output side of the isolation transformer and its load.
None of the electrons active at the power source (battery) are passed through the system for use downstream. At any point, if the magnetic flux rate should happen to vary, then the number of active electrons also varies. Therefore, controlling the flux rate controls the electron (potential) activity. Electrons active at point "A" are not the same electrons active at point "B", or point "C", and so on. If the magnetic flux rate (frequency Hz) varies, then a different number of electrons will be disturbed. This does not violate any Natural Law and does produce more energy out than in, "should that be desirable".
A convenient high-voltage module is a 12 volt DC neon tube transformer.
The Power Factor Correction Capacitors should be as many microfarads as possible as this allows a lower operating frequency. The 12-volt neon tube transformer oscillates at about 30,000 Hz. At the Power Correction Factor Capacitor bank we lower the frequency to match the input side of the isolation transformer.
Other convenient high-voltage sources are car ignition coils, television flyback transformers, laser printer modules, and various other devices.
Always lower the frequency at the Power Factor Correction Capacitor and correct, if needed, at the input side of the isolation transformer.
The isolation transformer comes alive when pulsed. "Amperage becomes a part of the consideration only at the isolation transformer".
Transformer designs resulting in hysteresis, "magnetic saturation", creates heat, which selfdestructs the transformer if it is overloaded. Transformers which have a composite core run cool and can tolerate much higher amperage.