VIDEO 12 INFINITE OVERUNITY TRANSFORMER OPERATION CONVENTIONAL TRANSFORMER VS BITT TRANSFORMER

okay welcome back in this demonstration we're going to be demonstrating infinite efficiency by toroid transformer operation we're going to be comparing a conventional transformer that operates at less than a hundred percent efficiency to the bioriod transformer and in both cases we're using the same generator coil running it through the conventional transformer and then the by toroid transformer to the same load and this load has a as a power factor of 1 which means that the voltage and current are in phase in with a lowered power factor of 1 and when we when we use the conventional transformer to deliver power to the load you will notice that the voltage and current which are going to be displayed on the oscilloscope the power factor of the load is reflected in the primary of the conventional transformer and when the conventional transformer is placed on load as with the previous video the input power that's required by the prime mover in order to stop to establish rotational equilibrium where the mechanical power in the drive shop which is the torque times the speed is zero and when the conventional transformer is placed on load the prime mover will consume additional input power in order to supply in order to convert that electrical input power to mechanical power that's delivered to the driveshaft in order to allow the generator to continue to operate and what we'll see with the conventional transformer is that the conventional transformer consumes real power in the primary and it delivers real power to the load and again that real power will be reflected on the consumption of the prime mover and also what we'll see in the conventional transformer is the power factor load will be rebuilt will be reflected in the primary of the conventional transformer which will also be able to see on the oscilloscope when we switch over to the bite or a transformer the bioroid transformer consumes reactive power in the primary and it delivers real power to the load the difference between the bioroid transformer and the conventional transformer is that the power factor of the load is not does not influence the power factor of the primary and you'll see that on the oscilloscope as well I'll do my best to explain it's this motor this is a little louder than the previous one but what we will see again as with the previous regenexx generator prototype this the [Music] power consumption by the prime mover that's required to establish rotational equilibrium when the bioriod transformer is on load it will go to a value that's below whatever is required to establish rotational equilibrium denoting that the by Tori transformer is operating at infinite efficiency and this is the voltage and that the voltage across the load the current through the load and again the speed of the system again we're starting the system at a steady state speed and that means that if the steady state speed that means the net torque in the drive shaft is zero that means and the power in the drive shaft which is the the torque times the speed because the torque is zero the power in the drive shaft is zero so when we place the conventional transformer on load this number will go up in response the speed will go down and then when we place the bite or a transformer on load this number will go down then the speed will go up and again the bioriod transformer will be operating at less than 100 percent efficiency the region that conventional transformer would be operating at less than a hundred percent efficiency as all current systems do and the bioroid transformer will be operating at infinite [Music] [Applause] so our prime mover requires 409 to establish rotational equilibrium now so I better put conventional transformer on load we're delivering power to our load the input power to the prime mover has gone up in response which means that the prime mover is delivering additional mechanical power to the driveshaft we can see on the oscilloscope the voltage [Music] I deliver last no load again system steady [Music] [Music] [Music] as a clue [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] operation versus the conventional toroid transformer operating at less than 100 percent efficiency and that's it the next demonstration that I'm going to do is we're going to be operating the same generator coil that we're using in this demonstration we're going to be sure I'm going to be operating the generator coil at above the coils critical minimum frequency of operation above the critical minimum frequency of operation for the region X coil the region X coil will be charging an V's battery at infinite efficiency meaning that no additional power will be required by the prime mover when the when the regen X generator coil is placed on load and then once we operate the same coil below the critical minimum frequency of the coil the the coil will operate at less than a hundred percent efficiency and it which means that the prime mover that me which means that when the generator coil is placed on load and when it's charging the battery will cause the system to decelerate it will cause the prime mover to consume additional power and deliver additional mechanical power into the drive shaft so stay tuned for that thanks for viewing

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