Danny Pennell: actually how the coil is done makes a difference. This is due tto making
magnetic fields. Basically for example make a regular coil and a starship
coil and you will notice a much stronger magnetic field in the starship
coil where the regular coil has a much smaller magnetic field. The same
goes with the basket weave coil compared to a regular coil. A regular coil
will has the smallest magnetic field.
tsvlscomllc: Are we not moving at approximately 900 mph though the earth's magnetic
field? Isn't moving a conductor through a magnetic field how you generate
electricity? Doesn't that explain Hendershot? Can you get more amps with
Dan Man: you're a freaking retard.
Gude Balm: Would be really great if you would show the model just working, lighting a
light bulb, whatever, driving a load and explain how it works, whether it
really produces any power, if it is even worth building, etc. and how much
power if any it produces or if it's just another hoax 'with promise' as
hundreds of other videos on youtube are, and skip the obnoxious noise, it
drives people away if they have ears, lose interest quickly in watching
guillermo de Rivas: nice, any electricity production?
Gude Balm: Just wonder if you've tried wrapping the 'basket weave' coils as just
cylinders, bypassing the 57 skewer method just wrap the wire around the
outside of the skewers if it generates the same effects, or if there is
something special that that basket weave causes it to work...?
guillermo de Rivas: does anybody know in wihch way hendershot make the spirit of st louis
flight longer? didn't see any electric motor... so howwwwww......??? any
sugestion is welcomed
Craige Lowry: Why not duplicate hendershots exactly as we know it then try to improve
upon individual components?
Changing so much so soon is reinventing.......
Bernardo Alves: Thank you Morpher44, i am in Europe, so i guess it would be a 220VAC/48VAC.
But how much load? 2A, 3A, 4A, how much output will i have? With a 2A i
would have a output of 220VAC x 2A = 440 W right? how much? Thank you for
morpher44: how much power are we talking?
morpher44: Ok... but someone also shared this info with me and I think it is SILLY to
buy this when you can get it for free by searching the web for Hendershot
material. The price you are paying, I guess, is for the nice packaging and
paying someone to have researched and found this material for you. For me,
I just use Google Search and can find most of this same info for free.
morpher44: @lugiss76 Yeah. I use Garage Band. That software is very fun. This
particular song also features a little Theremin I made which uses
photo-resistors and light instead of inductance. It was a simple little
circuit I found on the web. I just plugged its output directly into my
M-AUDIO usb device as if it was a guitar or bass. Very fun.
morpher44: Go to Google, select "More", then "Even More" and then "Patent search".
Then type in 1770245 .
Wavefront101: Looks like a painful coil to wind. :) Reminds me of another guy who wound
coils around vertical poles, but in a grid sort of pattern, and claimed it
could pull in energy.
morpher44: Yes. Others have pointed me to this information. I have to agree its a hoax
in that there is no real info here. Everything they sell you you can find
for free, and they explain nothing. They have no-one to answer questions or
refund your money. Not cool.
morpher44: Thanks for the advice about a grid dip meter. Sounds like a useful tool to
have. Absolutely I'm seeing spurious oscillations ... and I intend to
enhance that if I can. The Hendershot hand made capacitor is like an
antenna and picks up all sorts of RF ... and the coils are sensitive right
down to VLF and lower frequencies. This thing has a very wide band response.
john dotson: are you gonna work on a model for powering a house or a vehicle? ...boat?
... an aircraft? why not go to a flying saucer model?
dankiewfc: very interresting !!
davematherly: who is Hendershot? Gary ??
Pedro Romero: Morpher 44 do you now what kind of transformer use de Hendershot generator,
because I don not understand, the list mencion 1:5 and 5:1 110v-220v how
much we have in the secondary of each????
theshyguykingdom: Have you had a look at hendershot generator . com ? They say they have a
guide made by professionals and blueprints, but for some reason it all
seems like a cheap scam.
morpher44: if 110 VAC is on one side, then 110/5 = 22 on other side. If 220 VAC is on
one side, then 220/5 = 44VAC on the other side.
morpher44: @3lricofM3lnibon3 Pseudo science for me is a hobby. As for violating laws
of conservation of energy. The Hendershot device, to me, appears to be
picking up and using the earth's magnetic field in some novel way. I've
done a lot of research on this. Hendershot was trying to improve the
induction compass idea and stumbled upon something interesting.
Jonah Hendershot: Still watching with great joy... MJH
john dotson: What is the wrap on the bottom? and how much real energy r u putting out?
enough to power a house or more? I really had no success with electronics
in my day!
morpher44: Hi Megaohmz. Hendershot's interest in the induction compass is well
documented by various people who wrote about him. The induction compass is
a generator, yes, but requires you to SPIN a coil in the Earth's magnetic
field. Wind, while flying, would enter a pipe and spin a little propeller
to do that. Hendershot started with this device, and figured out another
way to generate power. Its a very interesting mystery.
Jonathan Klieman: Thx, I literally built the design exactly to the layout that the "Scam
hendershot video" built. The only hard part to find was the transformers...
drhincapie: Let's assume between 250 and 1000 kWhs per month.
morpher44: Who is "that guy"? Yeah, Hendershot used two 5:1 transformers.
morpher44: Yes. This hobby is an attempt to reverse engineer a well documented
invention from the past. The more I dig into Hendershot's work, the more
interesting the story. There is enough here for a really interesting movie
I think. We have famous people like Lindbergh connected to the story. There
is enough documentation to get some clues. Its a puzzle that I bet we
figure out in 10 years or less. The physics have really advanced since 1928.
morpher44: Hi. I'm experimenting with components in a very low powered mode with a 12V
power supply. I'm doing this to learn about these components and what ways
to arrange them.
morpher44: That is a lot of power ... and so you would have to find something near
your home that could provide that. For example... hydroelectric power from
nearby stream ... wind power ... solar power ... thermal power (if near a
volcanoe), or "received" power from some transmitting source of power. You
can BURN stuff and make power. Chemical/Galvanic to make power. Earth
batteries -- scaled HUGE... Lots of ideas to try and experiment with.
morpher44: @lugiss76 See my latest video on the photo-resistor Theremin if interested.
Jonathan Klieman: The person that owns hendershotgenerator , so a 5:1 transformer. what would
be the voltage in and the voltage out? Where would i buy one to see if what
i built actually would work?
James Toussaint: Ibought the package however,i can't seem to find the capacitors nor the
transformers.Can any body help me?
Bernardo Alves: Greetings, here you have some clues were to find the transformer. I already
have all the pieces but i am missing the transformer? Can you tell me a
website to order! Thank you
2adtron: Hi, u have nice burst there.what is the frequence of that burst?
RedBaron025: Sound is very annoying!!!!! (Background Music)
morpher44: I've come to realize, in messing around with this stuff, that the exact
components are not crucial. Realize we are making a device that has a
buzzer/relay mechanical pulsing. This is lower frequency -- say 20 Hertz
upwards to 150 Hertz. If you were to use really LARGE capacitors, that
won't work. You need capacitors that charge up with a time constant
compatible with these SLOW pulses. Read up on capacitive and inductive time
constants -- and resonance.
Jonathan Klieman: I built the design in that guys video almost exact. Except for the so
called "transformers". The person says they are 24v in 110v out
transformers. Does that even make sense?
morpher44: You can use a step-down transformer that has a 4.58 to 1 ratio. It can
step-up when wired the opposite way. This is a property of transformers.
One side is 24VAC the other side is 110VAC. Its done via the wiring ratio.
morpher44: we have to figure this thing out first.
Jonah Hendershot: @dankiewfc I know right I dont get how my grandpa did that
snappy boy: hi, it would be a step up transformer. 20 turns inside 100 turns outside 20
v primary 100 v secondary but you would have to wind it yourself. the step
down transformer 120 to 24 v is very common available at radio shack. its
wound the opposite 100 inside 20 outside so the primary becomes the
secondary, i think this is what they did. i have never had good luck doing
this but it should work. i have seen schematics for hv power supplies where
they switched the primary for the secondary for step up
lugiss76: Where do you get the trippy music that is at the end of your vids?...do you
do it yourself?
morpher44: yeah it is a hoax. Everything they sell can be gotten for free on the web.
The instructions aren't complete enough and there is no support. It's a
HFCOILCOMPANYINC1: John Bendini said the 2N3055 was junk... compared to the MJL21194 for the
SG. This may not apply here. I do not know.
WINDSURFLIFE: are you still connected to the grid?
arhivus: Good research))) check my videos- you may contact with me- if you are
interested- I can give you idea)
Cert: Building stuff is always in my family gene. My dad is a new york auto technician and taught me everything I need to know about cars. Now I sell car parts online to suppliment my income. So it does help when there's good guidance.