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Joule Thief: Making a Quick and Dirty PCB Joule Thief

Joule Thief: Making a Quick and Dirty PCB Joule Thief
Joule Thief: Making a Quick and Dirty PCB Joule Thief
Joule Thief: Making a Quick and Dirty PCB Joule Thief

Here I show how easy and quick it is to make a simple printed circuit board for your Joule Thief. Copper clad board, the resist pen, and Ferric Chloride etching solution are available at your favorite electronic supply house. Lay…

20 January 2013 at 00:56 · Comment

Joule Thief Sounds

Joule Thief Sounds
Joule Thief Sounds
Joule Thief Sounds

I am replicating a test I saw on the net where folks listened to their Joule thief circuits using an AM radio. Yes, this is still the same old AA battery as I used in all of my previous tests. Here I test a regular Joule Thief toroid circuit and the Fu…

19 January 2009 at 08:30 · Comment

Earth Battery-Joule Thief Runs 48 Inch Tube (40 watts)

Earth Battery-Joule Thief Runs 48 Inch Tube (40 watts)
Earth Battery-Joule Thief Runs 48 Inch Tube (40 watts)
Earth Battery-Joule Thief Runs 48 Inch Tube (40 watts)

This is my earth battery running a 48″ (40 watt) florescent tube. It is not at full brightness but it is lit and lit pretty well. It is much brighter than it appears on the camera. i am using my…

15 May 2009 at 07:17 · Comment

Joule Thief: Basic Wireless Joule Thief Remix

Joule Thief: Basic Wireless Joule Thief Remix
Joule Thief: Basic Wireless Joule Thief Remix
Joule Thief: Basic Wireless Joule Thief Remix

This is my version of the Basic Wireless JT. I was inspired to build the LED bank by Sohei Thoth, and I’ve been considering powering a JT with my wireless power system. So here’s the first remix of the two…

21 November 2012 at 02:52 · Comment

Earth Battery Joule Thief Lights 7 LEDs

Earth Battery Joule Thief Lights 7 LEDs
Earth Battery Joule Thief Lights 7 LEDs
Earth Battery Joule Thief Lights 7 LEDs

This is my earth battery powering a joule thief circuit and running 7 ultra bright, 10mm, 28500 MCD LEDs. I misspoke myself in the last video, these are 28500 MCD not 28000 like I stated. It is good to get…

6 May 2009 at 07:24 · Comment

Earth Battery Joule Thief LEDs Experiments

Earth Battery Joule Thief LEDs Experiments
Earth Battery Joule Thief LEDs Experiments
Earth Battery Joule Thief LEDs Experiments

This is my new and improved earth battery running 4 ultra bright 10mm 28000 MCD LEDs. I am using a standard Joule Thief circuit wound (bifilar) on a ferrite toroid this time. An N3904 transistor, 1k resistor and a 2.3…

5 May 2009 at 07:39 · Comment

Earth Battery Joule Thief Experiments

Earth Battery Joule Thief Experiments
Earth Battery Joule Thief Experiments
Earth Battery Joule Thief Experiments

This is just a quick video of my new earth battery set-up. I am using the same 2 carbon rods but this time, on the minus side, I am using a large block of magnesium. (5 pounds) The carbon is…

29 April 2009 at 06:13 · Comment

Joule Thief Night Light

Joule Thief Night Light
Joule Thief Night Light
Joule Thief Night Light

A Joule Thief night light made from an empty plastic water bottle filled with glass spheres and plain water. Powered by a single AA battery. (This is the same AA battery used in all of my video experiments to date) This is actually a lot brighter than …

18 January 2009 at 10:22 · Comment

Joule Thief Lights 400 Leds On Single AA Battery!

Joule Thief Lights 400 Leds On Single AA Battery!
Joule Thief Lights 400 Leds On Single AA Battery!
Joule Thief Lights 400 Leds On Single AA Battery!

My modified Fuji AA Joule Thief circuit illuminating 400 leds using an old AA battery for power. For more info go to Overunitydotcom in the joule thief topic. Thank you. This is NOT free energy but it is a very efficient circuit that I can use to obtai…

15 January 2009 at 07:36 · Comment

Joule Thief Lights 300 LEDs On Single AA Battery!!

Joule Thief Lights 300 LEDs On Single AA Battery!!
Joule Thief Lights 300 LEDs On Single AA Battery!!
Joule Thief Lights 300 LEDs On Single AA Battery!!

My modified Fuji AA Joule Thief circuit lighting 300 LEDs! Each LED requires 3.5 volts to light. I am still using the old AA battery that you have seen in all of my other videos. For more information, go to Overunitydotcom in my Joule Thief topic. Thanks.

15 January 2009 at 06:18 · Comment