The FlowerPower device is a result of several months of research and development applied into the study of DC pulse motors and the properties of the high tension alternating current potentials capable of being generated by these types of devices. The purpose of the research is to develop a standalone power plant capable of providing sufficient continuous output to power a SolarNetOne computer network. This is achieved by creating a high frequency magnetic disruption in the spatial polarization of quantum scale particles creating harvestable electrostatic potentials. Upon further reflection, it appears the effect is one of bringing these particles through the quantum threshold, where we not only observe, but collect them in our circuits.
The device incorporates a high frequency alternator, with the rotor being a 1/4" spherical rare earth magnet, replaced in recent versions with a 1/8" diameter spherical magnet. The rotor is driven by a "starship" multi-point wound bifilar coil, with switching controlled by a MOSFET driven Bedini style circuit. Tuning is provided by means of XYZ rotor position in relation to the starship coil, creating variable inductance in relation to that coil and the generator coils, as well as through the use of two variable resistors in series between the gate of the MOSFET and the trigger coil.
Sharing this rotor is a generator stage, which is designed to have capacitive effects by use of high ohmic resistance coils. These capacitive effects manifest as electrostatic potentials on the surface of the conductor, instead of electromagnetic current in the core of the conductor, which the electrostatic potential quickly decays into. Therein, however, is a minute time delay that advantageously phase shifts Lenz related drag out of the frame of reference of the passing pole of the rotor. This allows us to extract usable energy from the generator stage without drawing more power in the prime mover circuit, nor slowing the rotor. When optimally tuned to exploit this phase shift, a prime mover rotor will actually accelerate while drawing less current when the generator stage is placed under load. Further research into mathematically quantifying this phase shifting of the Lenz effect are ongoing, in an effort to break down the relationship of coil impedance, frequency, and phase angle of output into an equation.
In the case of the FlowerPower Device, we have one coil of approximately 48.9 ohms, wound with #26AWG magnet wire, physically atop the drive/trigger coils and around the rotor. In the most recent version, this has been replaced with a 340 Ohm coil would of #32AWG. This coil is connected in reverse phase to the outer/primary wrap of an aircore transformer coil physically underneath the drive/trigger coil pair. This primary is wound of #22AWG magnet wire, and is @2.2 ohms. The secondary of this aircore transformer is wound of #34AWG magnet wire inside the primary wrap on a standard short spool former. It is approximately 153.2 ohms. The leads of this secondary represent the generator coil output, and show the best results when one terminal is connected to earth ground and the other tickles an exterrnal output transformer one-wire style. In this fashion, potentials in excess of 1500V are being observed at frequencies of up to @57.5Khz.
Recent experiments have shown, with matching 340 ohm generator coils, potentials exceeding 4000V are generated, which caused failure in the transistor and diodes. Purple plasma arcing from the coil leads to any immediately adjacent (1mm) object was observed immediately prior to failure. As a result, the device was rolled back to the prior working state by reverting the coil configuration and replacement of all the components. In the process, the MOSFET was replaced with a higher voltage rated Darlington Pair in the same case style. In the present working configuation, measurements made with an oscilloscope and current probe show currents of 13-16mA at potentials of @ 1500VAC while driving the rotor, and currents of 30mA at 2500VAC in solid state or self oscillation mode, with the external transformer being loaded by 2ohm resistors. It should be noted that the secondary of the output coil seems to be gathering energy inductively from the drive coil collapse spike, the primary described above, the rotor's B field and the rotating aetheric vortex created by the immediately precedent. As such, precise tuning of the phase relationship of these various waves is critical to achieving maximum output.