The Motionless Electromagnetic Generator Project
The MEG Project
"..This one works beautifully and produces COP=5.0..." has said Tom Bearden
Created on 11-18-00 - JLN Labs - Last update 05-10-02
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The MEG diagrams published in these pages are currently under test by JL Naudin and may be subject to modifications after that they have been published on this site. They are the result of some attempts of a private and fully independant replication by the author. These diagrams are not the original MEG diagrams being tested by the Bearden's teamwork or some accredited labs.
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An electromagnetic generator without moving parts includes a permanent magnet and a magnetic core including first and second magnetic paths. A first input coil and a first output coil extend around portions of the first magnetic path, while a second input coil and a second output coil extend around portions of the second magnetic path. The input coils are alternatively pulsed to provide induced current pulses in the output coils. Driving electrical current through each of the input coils reduces a level of flux from the permanent magnet within the magnet path around which the input coil extends. In an alternative embodiment of an electromagnetic generator, the magnetic core includes annular spaced-apart plates, with posts and permanent magnets extending in an alternating fashion between the plates. An output coil extends around each of these posts. Input coils extending around portions of the plates are pulsed to cause the induction of current within the output coils.
The TOTAL MEG INPUT at the DC input of the control board
The ACTUATOR COIL INPUT ( Primary coil )
Above : The MEG v2.1 OUTPUT ( Secundary coil )
On the Left : The
Voltage, the Current and the Power INPUT ( measured at the DC input of the MEG control board )
On the Right : The Voltage, the Current and the Power OUTPUT
The ACTUATOR COIL INPUT
Note from Jean-Louis Naudin : The current has been measured with a 10 ohms ceramic and non inductive resistor ( with a Tektronix THS720P oscilloscope, the probe used is a 1/10 and scope setup for the CH2 is 1000mA/V ), the same resistor and the same method of measurement has been used for input and also the output.
Above :The MEG v2.1 Input
at the DC power supply
See : The MEG v2.1 diagram
Video of the test done on 11-16-00 ( 228 Kb ), you need to have
The PowerLite™ C-Cores ( Honeywell ) are manufactured with the METGLAS amorphous alloy.
The phase between Voltage and
Current at the MEG Output has also been checked
with an analog oscilloscope ( PM3215 2x50 Mhz Philips ).
Notes : It is interesting to notice that the measured power required by the MEG electronic control board ( TL494, BUZZ11, LED... ) is 1.75 Watts ( without a load connected at the MEG Outputs ). When the output is loaded with the 9 W lamp, the DC power input is 3.25 Watts. So, the real power used by the lamp is 3.25 - 1.75 = 1.5 Watts at the INPUT with a measured OUTPUT = 6.76 Watts
MEG Project status ( by JLN on 12-06-00 ) :
You will find
below the only facts about my MEG units that I am able to say today :
yet checked :
(on 12-06-00) :
Now, the BEST verification to do is to convert the "apparent" power measured in useable power such as : light, heat, mechanical energy (in motors).... and also, of course, to close the loop... This has not yet been done today.