Electric OU: Micro QEG Part 2: Improvements, TransVerter, Phase

Another brief demo and explanation of the improved TK MicroQEG Solid State Quantum Energy Generator.

The Florida QEG group showed a transverter transformer that allowed them to extract some of the “reactive power” in their apparatus. They were able to light a few light bulbs but never actually showed end-to-end power measurements. Nor were they or any other QEG team operating at the specified 400 Hz, so how could they hope for any OU?

Meanwhile the TK MicroQEG autoresonating Solid State Quantum Energy Generator still makes over 20 times “Overunity in VARs” over and above the measly few Watts (typically under 6) of DC power it runs on.

Here, among other things, I show the MicroQEG’s TKTransverter, and use it to power a 3 Watt 14.5 volt incandescent light bulb (GE type 161) from the “reactive power” in the unit’s primary coil, and the resonant wave is completely preserved.

No one can deny that the bulb is powered by Real Power, it is dissipating Real Power, and the oscilloscope shows that the Reactive Power in the Primary Tank circuit is the same as before…. hence, any one can tell that the Real Power in the light bulb is coming “for free”. Isn’t it?

And another load, the ElectroSmog Harvester, is only slightly disturbed by the slight detuning and _not at all_ by the increased power drawn from the circuit by the TKTransverter and its brilliant incandescent automotive light bulb filament load.

Disclaimer: I am not claiming that this device is _actually_ performing in an overunity manner, because it isn’t. I am simply illustrating that it can and does make the same kind of “evidence for overunity” measurements as anything anyone has seen coming from a _genuine_ QEG demonstration… and it does it better, cheaper, more reliably, safer, and a heck of a lot quieter.

If “overunity in VARs” is any kind of legit concept, then the TK Tickler MicroQEG is the way to go. Unfortunately…. there is no such thing as “overunity in VARs.”

Solid state no moving parts… until next time when I actually run a motor off the output, which is something else you have never yet seen from any QEG performance. Don’t you wonder why?

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