Sunday, April 3, 2016

A proven concept of wireless transfer of electricity

This is a living proof of wireless transfer of electricity that is really possible. I've tested it myself and it works perfectly and in fact the next generation of iPhone maybe using this simple technology concept to charge its battery. So there is no need for wires anymore - but there is a risk of EMF exposure to people near the chargers as it emit electromagnetic wave.



Transmitter coil = 24 turns (12 turns + center tap + 12 turns)
Receiver coil = 24 turns

If the receiver coil is more it produces more voltage but reduce amperage to nothing - still can light up LED

Efficiency test on weak battery



6.00 volt 50 mAh (9 volt battery china) = still can light up LED
1.50 volt 940 mAh (AA battery energizer) = still can light up LED
1.38 volt 800 mAH (AA battery energizer) = still can light up LED
1.35 volt 740 mAh (AA battery energizer) = still can light up LED
1.36 volt 700 mAh (AA battery energizer) = still can light up LED
1.39 volt 630 mAh (AAA battery china) = still can light up LED
1.03 volt 300 mAH (AA battery energizer) = still can light up LED
0.12 volt 10 mAh (AA battery energizer) = cannot light up LED
0.31 volt 0.2 mAH (AA battery energizer) = cannot light up LED

Normal AA or AAA battery voltage rating is 1.5 and 1 ampere.

NOTE: From this observation we can see that the amperage of the battery plays very important role to draw power. The voltage can exist without current (amperage) but it can't light up the LED. Current on the other hand when it exist the voltage should also increase