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Dr. Stiffler SEC Exciter Hydrogen production via diode

Dr. Stiffler SEC Exciter Hydrogen production via diode
Dr. Stiffler SEC Exciter Hydrogen production via diode
Dr. Stiffler SEC Exciter Hydrogen production via diode

copy of original file at www.youtube.com It looks like the breakthrough being claimed here is that the anode end of a diode can be caused do create electrolysis in distilled water via inductive coupling through a single wire from a 12-volt battery, goi…

25 June 2010 at 20:20 · Comment

Dr. Stiffler SEC Exciter Hydrogen production via diode

Dr. Stiffler SEC Exciter Hydrogen production via diode
Dr. Stiffler SEC Exciter Hydrogen production via diode
Dr. Stiffler SEC Exciter Hydrogen production via diode

www.overunity.com Dr. Stifffler experiment with a SEC exciter circuit running from a 12 Volts battery to generate Hydrogen via a normal 1N4148 diode in destilled water. Very scalable and thus input power independant.

24 June 2010 at 01:56 · Comment

Loopstick exciter + single wire exciter

Loopstick exciter + single wire exciter
Loopstick exciter + single wire exciter
Loopstick exciter + single wire exciter

More info below: Yesterday, I constructed an AM radio loopstick based coil, with 9 turns of 18 gauge wire around as Primary (to what i’ve seen of an early Dr. Stiffler circuit coil), It was put on a quiclly ade…

19 November 2011 at 09:50 · Comment

Looking at the spectrum of the Stiffler SEC exciter Video from Ben

Looking at the spectrum of the Stiffler SEC exciter Video from Ben
Looking at the spectrum of the Stiffler SEC exciter Video from Ben
Looking at the spectrum of the Stiffler SEC exciter Video from Ben

For more infos: www.overunity.com copied with Permission from Youtube user www.youtube.com He gave me the permission to upload it to my youtube channel. Please visit his channel to get more infos about the videos. Many thanks. Regards, Stefan.

3 March 2011 at 18:59 · Comment

SEC Exciter electrolysis—-and the IN4148 diode

SEC Exciter electrolysis----and the IN4148 diode
SEC Exciter electrolysis----and the IN4148 diode
SEC Exciter electrolysis----and the IN4148 diode

This is a Dr. Stiffler SEC 15-3 exciter electrolysis experiment using the 1N4148 diode that I showed in my last video. The electrode coils are non- magnetic stainless steel wire. Watch this video— https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ww-xisJqU4I

22 December 2012 at 02:54 · Comment

SEC Running a 2nd SEC—– Wirelessly

SEC Running a 2nd SEC----- Wirelessly
SEC Running a 2nd SEC----- Wirelessly
SEC Running a 2nd SEC----- Wirelessly

Here are two Dr. Stiffler SEC 15-3 units running together. One is being run wirlessly by the other that is also lighting 27 LEDs in series at the same time. The source voltage is 12v and the amp draw is…

5 September 2009 at 06:00 · Comment

pt6 Hartley / SEC Exciter, Inductive and Capacitive Tuning

pt6 Hartley / SEC Exciter, Inductive and Capacitive Tuning
pt6 Hartley / SEC Exciter, Inductive and Capacitive Tuning
pt6 Hartley / SEC Exciter, Inductive and Capacitive Tuning

this experiment is based on bakupcpu’s video, but using B&W inductor coils, adjustable ferrite core, and adjustable topload capacitance via aluminum plate. Here the load is between the plate and open ended long wire, LEDs are facing forward and backward…

18 March 2014 at 04:32 · Comment

Homemade Lead-Alum cell powering an Exciter

Homemade Lead-Alum cell powering an Exciter
Homemade Lead-Alum cell powering an Exciter
Homemade Lead-Alum cell powering an Exciter

This shows a small homemade Lead-Alum cell powering an Exciter. The cell design is a packaged up design that Slider and John Bedini have already shown. The Exciter circuit Slider has named the “Cat Exciter” and was originally dreamed up…

13 September 2012 at 08:50 · Comment

Slayer Exciter running on very low power.ASF

Slayer Exciter running on very low power.ASF
Slayer Exciter running on very low power.ASF
Slayer Exciter running on very low power.ASF

This is the ‘Slayer Exciter’ running on table lamp light energy or a small 1.5 volt button cell battery. A small solar panel is used with a capacitor to run the exciter in a blink mode. I then show the…

22 March 2010 at 05:30 · Comment

Joulini Exciter.ASF

Joulini Exciter.ASF
Joulini Exciter.ASF
Joulini Exciter.ASF

This is based on Jonny Davro’s “Bedini Exciter” only I am using a Joule Thief type circuit instead for the oscillator. The Slayer Exciter is tapped into the circuit at the transistor collector . This is basically a blended combination…

4 October 2010 at 04:11 · Comment