The Worldwide KAPAGEN experiment replications
created on may 28, 2010 - JLN Labs - Last update July 2nd, 2010
Toutes les informations et schémas sont publiés gratuitement ( freeware ) et sont destinés à un usage personnel et non commercial
All informations and diagrams are published freely (freeware) and are intended for a private use and a non commercial use.
Due to the presence of High Voltage and the High Power output of the Kapagen, users of this document should be very carefull and experienced in High-Voltage electronics to try anything out ! If you do it, the risk of any result is just yours. I take no responsibility of anything that might happen.
WARNING !!! WARNING !!!
Testing such a device needs a lot of caution and the use of safety procedures, the experimenter must be very skilled in the use of High Voltage at High Power...
I would like to congratulate all the fellow experimenters which have been able to replicate successfully my Kapagen generator...
Jean-Louis Naudin - JLN Labs
|# 1 - June 9, 2010 - Kapagen
replication by dragon
I've made several attempts with
different coils and this is one of the better ones. The
whole thing is Tesla basics as you can see in the diagram
of the circuit. The picture's show it running a small 40
watt bulb at around 7 watts of input, the variac is set
at around 50 volts. The NST is a 120V input with a 6500
volt .02 amp output. I have 2 earth grounds on this one
but the second doesn't seem to add anything and can be
removed without changing the light intensity or input
requirement. One is required.
|# 2 - June 9, 2010 - Kapagen
successful replication v1.0 by romerouk
I am using 260w in the system and output is at least 500w.The bulbs are more than fully powered. After few more attempts I have destroyed 2 of them. I will have to get some more bulbs tommorow and see how many I can connect and still keep full brightness.I tryed to measure voltage across one bulb and it shows 335v-ac but all my meters are digital and I am sure it is not right.I need to get some analogic multimeters to find the amps and volts at the output.Few minutes ago I have started the system using DC to power the system an now I can see that DC is the only way to keep the system running for longer period of time.Using ac the spark gap becomes very hot as with dc it is much better.Also having a capacitor 90.02mf) connected in parallel with the load, keeps the flickering under control. I hope the picture attached will make all understand the basic of it.
|# 3 - June 10, 2010 - Kapagen
replication v1.1 and 1.2 by romerouk
I have posted
another 2 video-clips testing circuit with high voltage
AC then using DC as power source.
I have no connection with J L Naudin.He lives in France, I live in London - UK, foreigner not British. I have a lot of respect for all his work. Everything he does is always well documented, tidy, showing a lot of knowledge in his work. I am very small comparing to him, many of us here are.I think that he is not trying to prove overunity with kapanadze replication, it is just showing proof of concept.Many applications. on J L Naudin website are proof of concept but enough to give us a start in many directions. For J L Naudin free energy is a fact not just supposition. I am sure he has many devices built showing extra energy.
One thing I found is that you need both earth connections directly to the ground and about 10m distance. I didn't try longer distance as I don't have more lenght in the garden.In my first attempt I had one earth was comming from the water supply and the other one from a copper pipe I fixed in the ground.That showed me 2.3 amps for 500w load, then I have fixed another copper pipe in the ground at 10 m distance and I got about 1.6a for 900w load.MOT stays just a little bit warm in my case, maybe you have a defective MOT,run it without anything connected to see if it still gets hot, check capacitor value, if it is too high might create the problems you have.Not recommended to start the device inside the house as it will interfere with all electrical equipment, it does in my case, I have almost destroyed the tv, running the device in the garden.It is a lot of radio waves generated by the device and this is another problem at the moment.Turn off all electrical appliances in the house while testing.
Kapanadze replication v1.1
used 1.7A X 240ac = 408 watts input
|# 4 - June 11, 2010 - Kapagen
replication by callanan
good as a variac although much smaller. It's a 1200W AC
power controller or lamp dimmer. Not very clean or linear
on a transformer but at least gives some means of power
control. Some is better then none...
|# 5 - June 11, 2010 - Kapagen
replication by retrod
Here is my first attempt, so
don't laugh . I used a large variac on the 120vac input
to the MOT (not shown). I had to work in the basement
indoors so I used a copper water pipe feed for one ground
and an iron floor drain pipe that leads outside &
underground for the second. The spark gap is a non
resistor sparkplug with a vice grip for a heat sink. The
lamp is a 200watt 120 volt. I used the DC circuit with a
small HV cap.
|# 6 - June 12, 2010 - Kapagen
replication by retrod
Second attempt. After this
mornings smoke test I almost gave up. Then there were
some encouraging posts and advice. Here is some progress
to report. I noticed on my set-up it works much better
with high resistance loads. I started with two 40w light
bulbs in series and then thought to try fluro tubes. I am
up to six tubes in series with the two original 40w
lamps. All the fluro tubes were removed from service a
year or more ago as dim or non lighting. It reminds me of
when many of us were adding LED's in series working with
Dr. Stifflers SEC, what fun!
# 7 - June 15, 2010 - Kapagen replication by woopy
romero and all
# 8 - June 16, 2010 - Kapagen replication by retrod
Some numbers & a
# 9 - June 16, 2010 - Kapagen replication by woopy
June 18, 2010 - Working KAPAGEN diagram now released by JLN...
# 10 - June 21, 2010 - Kapagen successful replication by Robert
Dear Mr. Naudin,
# 11 - June 23, 2010 - Kapagen successful replication by Juju
This vid is dedicated to
the portuguese team in the worldcup, that win today 7-0
against North Korea
# 12 - June 25, 2010 - Kapagen successful replication by TomB-455
Dear Mr Naudin,
# 13 - June 28, 2010 - Kapagen successful replication by magnetflipper
# 14 - July 1st, 2010 - Kapagen successful replication by txqnl
# 15 - July 2nd, 2010 - Kapagen successful replication by don
Hi Mr. Naudin
I measured my power usage with a Kill-O-Meter connect to Mains over 30 feet away from my device.
When I first turned my Kapagen on it used over 1100 watts and the lights were approximately 50-60% bright. After playing with this for a week I got the power usage down to 707 Watts and the lights were at least 90% bright. I did this comparison by having one 100 watt light bulb connected to Mains sitting next to one of my light bulbs from my Kapagen. I agree it's not scientific but it was good enough for me to tell the difference.
I did find that dimmer switches and amp
restrictors used more power then they were worth so I
removed my amp restrictor.
Here are some pictures:
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