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4Tesla
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« on: 2014-03-30, 19:09:39 »
Schematics, pictures, and videos of Akula's 1w.

Wesley Translate's Akula video #14 of Akula's TPU part 3
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVTKRLWAo_c

Free energy - 1w LED lamp - akula 0083
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0hB3wcSxYw

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Matt Watts
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« Reply #1 on: 2014-03-30, 22:53:45 »
This is a really good device to study in detail.

Any chance you can get some screenshots of the running device and annotate all the components in comparison with the schematic, to see just how exact things actually are?
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« Reply #2 on: 2014-03-30, 22:56:23 »
I can try, but it is low res video.  I had a hard time just getting the one screenshot.  Wattsup may be better at it.  I think he has some software to help analyze videos.
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« Reply #3 on: 2014-03-31, 04:37:39 »
Thanks for gathering this info 4Tesla.

Akula's circuit appears to be a Joule Thief type of circuit, but it is presented as obviously an OU circuit.  

Having built JT circuits myself,  I can tell that with those kinds of LED's  and that 3 V battery,  the duration of operation should be less than 1 second if even that long.  So because it lights up for so long, the conclusion that we should draw, or rather the conclusion that he intends for us to make, is that it's an over unity circuit.

However, since he uses so many transistors in his circuit,  I have a strong feeling he is implementing a latching circuit to deceive people into thinking the 3 V battery induces the initial charge that keeps it going and operating in OU mode.   But in actuality, he most likely has hidden batteries in the ring, and the 3V battery only latches the circuit ON and OFF with is drawing its energy from those hidden batteries.  Why do I say this? Because a joule thief circuit does not need 3 transistors to operate, I think it's a deliberate over design to deceive by creating a latching circuit.  

Anyway, that's how I feel about this tonight!  Smiley

EM
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« Reply #4 on: 2014-03-31, 06:48:03 »
Yep, could be fake, but I hope not.  At least small enough circuit to test with not too much effort.
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« Reply #5 on: Today at 05:08:54 »
I just saw this video over on OU.com home page.  It is another version of the 1W by Akula.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_DkjdsQ9vug or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8yAoy7jJIo

Is there anyone here that could translate the new Akula videos?

These two I'm most interested:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_DkjdsQ9vug
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7V8vC0UL-XY

Thank you!!

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« Reply #6 on: Today at 08:55:13 »

However, since he uses so many transistors in his circuit,  I have a strong feeling he is implementing a latching circuit to deceive people into thinking the 3 V battery induces the initial charge that keeps it going and operating in OU mode.   But in actuality, he most likely has hidden batteries in the ring, and the 3V battery only latches the circuit ON and OFF with is drawing its energy from those hidden batteries.  Why do I say this? Because a joule thief circuit does not need 3 transistors to operate, I think it's a deliberate over design to deceive by creating a latching circuit.  

Anyway, that's how I feel about this tonight!  Smiley

EM

Agreed; latching using the Kapanadze method.

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