# Don L.

Smith
Resonant Induction Energy Transfer Device

Free Power! - Free Energy!

WARNING! DANGER! HIGH VOLTAGE!
High Voltage Rules Apply Here!

You only need the one because of the L-2 coil being hooked in series.. this mother can fry isolation transformers (I've melted 2 so far) so be sure to have one rated at least 30 amps... the more amperage it produces.. The capacitor bank (the gray ones on the right) are four 2000vdc 8uF oil filled caps in series NOT parallel.... Remember...power in the kilowatt to megawatt range! Ok. At this point the L-2 coil is connected in 3 places. the bottom +. The high voltage diodes are rectifying both top and bottom positives giving you pulsed DC.. giving this setup a continuous 8000 volts @ 20 amperes of power.that's why it can fry transformers! . on with the picture. This acts like a dam on a river and the pressure for your voltage is right there just like a battery.is a . the middle -.. Use an inverting circuit after the voltage divider for true AC and 120 hertz frequency (60 up/60 down) to the transformer.47 uF high voltage capacitor. Use a voltage divider rated for volts and amps at this point.just as Tesla said it would do. Across the top + and the middle . The more you load it. The trick to using this power from the capacitors output is to choke it down to the voltage for your isolation transformer to use.... Ohms law and full amperage only comes into effect at the isolation transformer circuit. The top +.

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1uF high voltage capacitors.47uF high voltage capacitor. 8.This is a simple straight forward machine that was basically designed in the 1890's by Nikola Tesla and modified for modular circuitry by Don Smith. Smoothing capacitor. Remember. Seven high voltage diodes. 3. 7. one 10"x 3" coil 4 turns per inch (40 turns). High voltage cable for connection to the 8000vdc caps (auto ignition cable comes to mind) 15. 17. it is very important that this setup be grounded to a great earth ground! The L-1 coils length is 1/4 of L-2. C and D would be your neon transformer and spark gap. four 2000vdc. 30ma. 11. 9000v neon sign transformer. 35khz. 13. 5. 14. . one . This setup with a 120v-30 amp isolation transformer is capable of 3600 watts continuous before overheating the transformer! It will handle much larger transformers and multiple transformers! Parts list: 1. 9. In this patent if you would ground the center of the L-2 Coil through the cap negative you would get a lot of amperage with your voltage! . 2. heavy duty multi-stranded insulated cable. H would be your L-2 coils. There are so many ways to do this that it boggles the mind. 12. you can tune this thing with the L-1 coil. but this circuit will power what you need. G would be your L-1 coil.2uF capacitor. Resistors for voltage divider. 2" PVC tubing. it is this very system we are promoting here except with new modular technology. one encapsulated spark gap. high voltage capacitors totaling 2uF_8000vdc. F would be your primary . A and B would be your 12v battery. 6. 16. 10. Two 4000volt. 4. SS would be your 8000v capacitor bank. If the battery positive input lead is 1/4 wave of the L-1 or the L-2 coil then it will stay charged and virtually run forever. oil filled. This is Nikola Tesla's 1896 Patent for this very same device using motors from his era to drive the frequencies required to produce high frequency current for running motors and lighting! Look carefully at fiqure 4 in this patent.Small 12vdc to 120vac inverter. Inverter circuit for 12v to 120v 60hz output to load up to 28kva. 12vdc 7ah lead acid or gel cell battery. Various connectors and lugs. Also. Neon sign variac.

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