RE: New coiler
From: Michael D. Freeman[SMTP:telwave-at-pacbell-dot-net]
Reply To: telwave-at-pacbell-dot-net
Sent: Wednesday, September 03, 1997 12:47 PM
To: Tesla List
Subject: Re: New coiler
Tesla List wrote:
> From: Scott Myers[SMTP:scotty-at-wesnet-dot-com]
> Reply To: scotty-at-wesnet-dot-com
> Sent: Wednesday, September 03, 1997 8:53 AM
> To: Tesla List
> Subject: Re: New coiler
> Tesla List wrote:
> Hmmmm...Well Mike, plans can be purchased I suppose, but that is not the
> best way to go about it. And beside, if you already have a capacitor
> you intend on using, you will have to design around that anyway.
> Right? The best thing you can do is have some patience, ask more
> questions, learn about basic resonator coil theory and go from there.
> However, if you are set on getting so called plans, there is a company
> called Information Unlimited that can provide them. I won't say their
> designs are the best, but they will work.
> As far as power amplification, I will assume you meant voltage
> amplification. Power can't be amplified after all, only changed in
> form. And what kind of capacitor is this? And why does it need to be
> cooled in the first place? What was its original purpose? The best
> capacitors for Tesla tank circuits are pulse discharge capacitors, which
> require no cooling as they are already highly efficient and there fore
> do not heat or require cooling.
> And on the FCC...Well, care should be taken to not operate the coil in
> transmitter mode. That means when it is in operation, there should be
> spark break-out from the toroid, else it becomes a high power
> transmitter. And the FCC doesn't not like that at all. Turning your
> garage or place of operation into a Faraday cage is always a good idea.
> Now using a large coil to power a remote device. Well, there is not
> efficient way to do it to my knowledge. It can be done, but HUGE losses
> are involved, as the power transmission is omnidirectional. There are
> simply much better ways to transmit power, like by using good old
> fashioned wire.
> And BTW..take it easy! You will get answers.
Hey, thanks a lot Scotty!
The freon cooled capacitor is an ozonator. 95% of the energy put into
the thing turns into heat, 5% into ozone.
What see as ampliifying power is apparently incorrect. But, to be able
to first: creat a pulse, second: cause that pulse to resonate at the
highest possible frequency does in effect amplify power in the case of
The resonant frequency for an ozonator is in the one gigahertz range. If
a small coil could be tuned to that, it would be very nice.