Videos and Photos
Click here for a short video, (7.5 minutes), of the
latest thing that came to me in the middle of the night
about The GAP Generator.
At the end of the video it displays test 46 of the 46
tests I did after this latest thing came to me.
Click here for a video, (8.5 minutes), of
test that proves where NOT
to measure input to The GAP
Generator. Not one word spoken. I believe the
video is self explanatory. I call it The Fuse Test.
It's very informative.
Click here for the video of the camera monitoring
the amp meters. You may get a laugh or two out of it.
Click here of a photo of the 5 amp FAST acting fuse.
Click here of a photo of the 10 amp FAST acting
Click here for a photo of both amp meters. The one
on the left was before the fuse and the one on the right
was before the full wave bridge rectifier.
Click here for a photo of Test 46. The last
and best of the 46 I did.
for a photo of Test 47. I keep adjusting the
Click here for a photo of Test 48. My last
adjustment to the load. You can read the load
description of each test.
Click here for a video, (35 minutes), of
the same video at number 1 above. The only difference is, it has
all 46 tests. I describe the difference in each test along with
adjustment I made to the system for each. Note how the
performance changes with each test. Finally at Test 46 I
decide to stop. It was the best performance of the 46 tests. I
have since improved on that test.
Click here for a video on how the coil and magnets
create power. It's 12.3 minutes long but good.
Click here for a video of 50 tests. Tests 47, 48, 49, and
50, demonstrates how I improved performance beyond that of Test
It appears to me the
The GAP Generator loves a heavy load. The more load
the better it performs. And what is The
GAP Generator's primary purpose? To recharge a bank
of batteries as their state of charge decreases to a certain
level. While charging batteries the load is constantly changing.
Mostly starts out heavy and gets lighter and lighter as they are
being charged. So, while charging batteries, make sure to stop
charging before the batteries are fully charged.
I'm going to compare
The GAP Generator to a man. Let's say a man can carry
a five gallon bucket of water but it's a little heavy. Not too
much for him at all, but still a little heavy. He decides to
carry only one quart of water instead of the five gallons. What
a waste of energy. I have found while charging batteries, if the
batteries get fully charged the power produced by
The GAP Generator has no place
to go. So, it tries to come back into itself. that's not good.
That's why we have fuses, blocking diodes, etc. Mainly a battery
state of charge monitoring device to turn
The GAP Generator on and off as needed.
As I stated earlier, in my opinion
of what's going on in my home state of Virginia
is ready for mass
Below was added August 25th
Green New Deal
Great new information
Click here for PDF of
Renewable Energy Legislation.
Click here for PDF of Virginia's House Bill 754.