Search This Blog

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Come to find out that the Water Captrets are really batteries themselves. They can be shorted out for long periods of time and climb back up in voltage. The water captret relates very closely to a capacitor in that they both have aluminum plates that are placed in a liquid. Just like a capacitor when shorted out the water captret gets a bounce back of voltage, so this leads me to believe that the self charging we see is due to the capacitor being a battery.

As to how it can be a battery is still not very known, because a normal water battery has two different types of metals used to make a galvanic reaction and that gives you voltage. A water captret uses two of the same metal but it still gives you voltage. One reason why it gives voltage might be that the aluminium is paramagnetic and the water is diamagnetic, but I really don't know.

In this video I hook 10 water captrets up to get about 800mV. I really want to make a water captret that runs a LED light so that I can really test the life of the water captret. I'm sure it has a good life because they seem to work better when given a short or a load.

Water Captret gives more voltage out than in

I find out that when I hook up my Water captret up to a battery I can increase the voltage output of the battery.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Capacitors can be self charged

From my simple experiments I found that a capacitor can be very easily self charged.

A video of me self charging a capacitor higher than the original voltage.

All you need is two capacitors and then just hook them up positive to positive and negative negative. To keep the testing fair I had both capacitors sit over night to get a resting voltage. The bigger capacitor had more power in it than the little capacitor but both now seem to at a higher voltage than what the bigger capacitor standing voltage was.

Why is this so important?
When you hook a battery or capacitors up in parallel the battery or capacitor with the higher voltage will try to charge the battery or capacitor with less voltage. So the higher voltage capacitor will drop in voltage while the lower voltage capacitor will go up in voltage until both equal out. The thing is that i'm not using the same size capacitors, i'm using different size ones so the bigger cap losses less but the little cap still gets full. Once a capacitor is full it becomes a open circuit and no more electricity will flow, this is what we're taught and it is correct but not complete. The capacitors when full will not lose anymore power but for some odd reason will spontaneously self charge.

I'm not talking about the dielectric absorption here. Dielectric absorption deals with you having a capacitor that is charged up and you then go and discharge it and for some reason it won't discharge completely due to it getting a bounce back in voltage after the capacitor been sorted out. With my setup you charge up the capacitors and you leave to sit over night and after that you don't "discharge" them but instead hook them up to a battery or capacitor. In a way my setup is to not destroy the dipole, a complete circle is made and for some reason a spontaneous self charging occurs.

The big question is why does a closed system allow power to come in?

Is it the magnetic nature of the plates of the capacitors allow a hidden power to flow in?

Monday, December 13, 2010

In this video I show that some captrets could amplify voltage. It seems that where a normal capacitor could only be charge up to the voltage of the battery the captret could exceed that.

Captret Forever Blinking

This was a very cool experiment that allowed me to flash the LED multiple times off one charge of the capacitor.

Charging off of potential

This captret circuit didn't make sense. Normally when you take two capacitors or two batteries and connect the positives up and put a load between the negatives the voltage of the higher battery will go to the lower charged battery so that it will charge it. The power will continue to flow until the voltage on the batteries are equal. The captret did the opposite of this, it charge the higher voltage battery with the lower voltage battery charge.

I'll give a diagram and some data I collected on it.
Please visit these forums to learn even more.

Captret LED driver circuit

The Captret LED driver circuit was not created after many test to see what would work, I got it right the first time. I remember that I was trying to sleep and the idea of being able to flash a LED twice for the price of one charge lingered in my head. The simple captret LED driver circuit stuck in my head, I never expected it to work so I wrote it down in my notebook to try out in the morning.

Video of the captret LED driver circuit.

After getting it all connected everything that you expect a circuit would do it did, the voltage went down as the load which is a LED was running. The captret did something that I didn't expect to happen, the voltage started to go up. The voltage would continue to go up but never exceed the original standing voltage. I would let the LED's run over night but the LEDs would always get dimmer over time as the voltage went back up. This seemed to be a good thing as it gave some resting time to the battery which help give the captret LED driver circuit its good efficiency. Even though the LEDs did get dimmer, some captret didn't show the dimness until after a few hours and putting some captret in parallel kept the dimness away for longer. It was clear to me that the captret LED driver circuit was much more efficient way to run LEDs, and a great way to recycle my dead 9 volt batteries.

It also seems that the captret made normal capacitors into super capacitors too.

I try to keep my diagrams of my circuits simple so that anyone can make the circuit. Diagram is above.


What is a Captret

A Captret is a capacitor that uses the case as a lead. So not only does a captret have a positive(+) and a negative(-) it has what I call a (o). The "o" is the just the case of the capacitor and it has its own special properties.

For those that are new to what the captret is and what it does I love to show them this simple video.
In this video I show that a normal capacitor can be charge from a battery and connecting a LED to the leads will light the LED once, one charge gives you one flash from the LED. I then go on to show that the captret can be charge like a normal capacitor but instead of discharging from the leads of the capacitor I discharge from the case and the positive of the capacitor and I get one flash, but then I connect the LED up to the positive and the negative leads like normal and get another flash. What I demonstrated was that the captret could give me TWO flashes for the price of ONE charge.

From this mere idea gave new and exciting speculations of what is going on, some may say that overunity or free energy can be achieved from the captret idea. It would seem possible when you consider that the LED did flash twice with only one charge.


This will be a blog on the captret, all ideas for the captret will be shown here in full details.