NEGISTOR (+ Zon's CCT + TEP)


These Negistor experiments were proposed by Jean Louis Naudin: http://jlnlabs.online.fr/cnr/negosc.htm

Here is one of his circuit:







And one of his results:

JL Naudin had also got some interesting results with a load: http://jlnlabs.online.fr/cnr/ndrload.htm



No 'OU' claimed by anyone here. Perhaps could we speak about "differential OU" (with a load): you load the circuit but the power consumption drops. This a non conventional behavior but a constant obervation with some efficient circuits.

For example: with a replication of this Zon's CCT: (overunity.com):
 
 

I got the following results:
 
 

Number of LEDs
Amps consumption
1
57.0 mA
2
57.3 mA
3
55.5 mA
4
56.6 mA
5
56.6 mA

Yes, about 58 MA sounds even too much and Zon seems  to have obtained best results; but I did not follow his coil specifications and did not use a magnet. I used a 1300 maH 1.2 Volt nim bat. and was able to light 5 white leds during about 35  hours (ie = 9 + 10 + 12 + 4 hours). I did not try more LEDs. No 'OU' here but 1300/56.6 = /= 23 hours and the small  flashlights that are presently sold need 3 * 1.5 volts batterries. Thanks Zon...



On this page: http://jnaudin.free.fr/html/tep42res.htm (Time Energy Pump V4.2), JL Naudin is anouncing similar results.
With no LED connected. Input power : V=12.23 V  and I= 108.8 mA
With 7 LEDs connected. Input power : V=12.25 V  and I= 70.1 mA
 
 


Back to the Negistor.

I have only replicated the first (no-load) tests with very differents values. Why? just because I missed the JLN's page about the 'load tests!' :((.

This Negistor is very simple to built  but, needs a precise tunning of the input voltage. IMHO, it as very little chance to work with a mere battery, you need a variable DC supply.

Date of the experiments: April 02-07 - 2008. - The pictures are 'clicable'.
 

Cap. value(F) Coil value
(H)
CC Volts
IN
Amp.
Cons.
Volt. Out PK-PK  Comments #
1 nano  6 mh  12 V? 6 ma 32.8 V JL Naudins 's Result. 2N222A  
3 nano 0.56 H 10.3 V 2.86 mA 50 V 2N222A. See picts. 1
3 nano 0.56  H  8.8 V 2.26 mA 40 V 2N222. See pict. 2
3 nano 2 H 9.1 V 1.22 mA 25 V 2N222A. See pict. 3

Experiment #1



 

Experiment #2


Experiment #3



Other fuzzy tests:

Cap. value(F) Coil value
(H)
CC Volts
IN
Amp.
Cons.
Volt. Out PK-PK  Comment
0.5 nano 2.5 mH ??? 7.24 mA 30  
4.3 nano 123 mH 11.5  ??? 35  
4.3 nano 123 mH 12 - 12.2 ??? 40  
4.3 nano 0.56 H 10.1 ??? >40 With ferrite. the ferrite vibrates
2.1 nano 0.56 H  9.7  ??? 40 With ferrite. 
82 nano  0.56 H ??? ??? 20 With ferrite. Freq. <1 Khz
0.5 nano  0.56 H 9.5 ??? >20 With ferrite. The ferrite vibrates


Some pictures of one coil: