Approximately 22 hours of live question, answer, instruction sessions and all handouts between James Robitaille and actual QEG builders/students. Material covers the complete QEG build process roughly following the 10-week Beginner's Build Course.
To give you an idea of content, some of the questions that are answered in the webinars are shown below.

NOTE: The webinars do not include the current phase of QEG development; tuning the steel core to its natural resonant frequency.

web1What are the specs for the variable capacitor at the ground?

Is there a special reason for the 1.3 MHz exciter frequency ?

What are the specs for the variable capacitor at the exciter coil?

web2Will the final customer need to have space for a long-wire antenna ?

Is the exciter coil and antenna only needed during the tuning of the QEG?

Once the end user moves the system to it's final destination would it need to be re-tuned ?

web3Why can’t we just build our capacitor bank for about 300 Hz and tune around 300 Hz?

What is the approximate bandwidth of the 2nd mechanical resonance?

Do I need a piece of coaxial cable to go from the jack to spark gap and to the ground?

web4How to protect the core from getting rusted over period of time?

Any thoughts on how long it will take you to get to overunity?

What is the length of the litz wire of your exciter coil?

web5Do I need a DC motor or can it be also a three-phase motor (1 HP) and a 1.5 KW frequency converter?

The florescent tube from core to ground lights when system goes into 1st resonance; antenna and exciter coil do not need to be connected.

web6I would like to know from as many of you with QEGs your inductance reading of your high voltage coil. Could you please record your reading of one your primary coils assuming that the other one is the same. I need to compare it with my bifilar reading of total inductance. It seems that bifilar behaves funny if it’s not in pancake shape.

You are suggesting that we create 12 banks of 6 x 1µF 5000v for the tuning process?

The antenna should stand where ley lines are crossing or should the QEG stand on the crossing lines during the tuning?

What is the orientation of the exciter coil?

web8I was looking for a treadmill as a complete unit to get the (usually) 1 to 2 hp motor and the controls, as a cheap starting point for the build. People buy these things and within a year they throw it in the bin. So they are around 50 AUD on ebay.
But for now I can save up to 1200 AUD for variac and motor.

web9So IS: 13730-13, and now I need to freeze the thickness as per 20 Gauge using AWG = 0.8128mm which is equivalent to SWG = 0.914 mm. So my question is which thickness should I buy, 0.8128mm or 0.914 mm?

Does steel resonance frequency scale with size or volume of the stator/rotor?

web10Well the treadmill is a real treasure. For (150.) Got so many useful gear out of it, with the right motor and controls. Do you recommend not to use a metallic frame for the QEG?
It is very difficult to find a supplier for those DC motors. Leeson-Europe won't deliver it, or it's not in scope of supply. Maybe the Italian builder has an address/supplier?

web11Talked with tech. at Tektronix and asked him if the Hantek CC-65 current clamp with a BNC connector will work on the MDO-3000 series scope.  He asked for the ohms impedance which I can’t find.  Would you be able to find out this info?
Should I wire in the spark gap for the 1st resonance?

web12I've done my core resonance testing.
There are 2 points where I got the highest lux/light.
1) at 162 nF/16 capacitors - rpm 2575  171.6Hz
2) at 82 nF/32 capacitors - rpm 3675 (this was the highes light..)

web13Handouts - 1) QEG Peak Power Test.docx
2) QEG CAD schematic (corrected).pdf
2nd Resonance Discussion – Harmonics Concept – 2nd Resonance Bandwidth – Epoxy vs. non-Epoxy – M19 steel vs. other types – Core (transformer) frequency response under 200Hz - power transfer – peak lo-speed power – highest ‘Q’ tuning with fluorescent tube – ½ speed = ½ high voltage.

web14I have an Ohmite 5k ohm 25 watt rheostat and a 1.5k ohm 25 watt rheostat to use for the incoming ground resistance on A1000 print included above. On one of the prints above it calls for a 50k ohm 50 watt, in another print it calls for a 20k ohm 25 watt and on the QEG It calls for a 5k ohm 25 watt resistance, could you give me an indication which one would work the best?

web15An additional info was that Witts suggested to use a big ceramic magnet on one end of the x-coil and the other end should go to the side of the case from drive motor.

Do use think this could help also or is this a false information?

James, what do you think about a 6 pole rotor?

web16These are photos of our QEG and instrumentation setup in a new place, can you please give us some comments and suggestions?

Finally, if in the 6 pole rotor configuration, it takes less power for the QEG to power itself at 150 hz, then perhaps more power will be available to be consumed by other uses.

web17Correct me if I am wrong, from the two loop antenna solid copper wire coil taped to the exciter coil I will connect to one side go through a 50 ohm resistor into the signal generator.  Set the signal generator to 1.3mh in square wave at 10 volts per division.  Is all of the above right?

And where would you probe the circuit at?

web181x P6101B
4pcs 10x TPP0250
100x P5100A
1000x P6015A/1R  has direct readout
A622  current probe

All of these are 1 Mohm impedance.

Can I give out these plots as a handout?

web19At 75/150 Hz  pri/sec frequencies with antenna, but without the xciter coil:
50 ohm load;  C = 200.9 nf;  f = 76 Hz
75 ohm load;  C = 200.9 nf;  f = 75.3 Hz
150 ohm load; C = 187.7 nf;  f = 74.9 Hz
Machine is running in the ~ 35% efficiency range at 150 ohm load
It seems like our machine has similar characteristics as yours so far.

web20This is getting very exciting, even without an x-citer coil. Hoping this all works out.

Anxious to hear about experiments on your epoxy core.

In the last Webinar I thought you mentioned you had two ammeters in the load circuit.
Is that right? If so, what are they?

web21Can you send a picture from the antenna board that you have made? That would be helpful (in handout).

If you could include everything that is needed to build a QEG from zero with some parts numbers, make, model….That would be great (tools & equipment list in handout).

web222 variable capacitors of 70-160 pF range, in series, gives you new adjustment range of 35-80 pF. The recommended range is 30-50 pF, so this works well. 2 in series with 2700 Volt test rating will give you 5400 Volt rating.

We recommend 5000 Volt minimum rating.

QEG 5th Edition cover

5th Edition QEG Build Manual

As always, James presents clear instructions for basic construction from the bare steel to precise capacitor value to 1st resonance. For those in the know, 1st resonance, or parametric oscillation, is the stage where the light bulbs are lit using only the energy produced in the core.

James also presents advanced tuning procedures where you will learn how to align to the resonant frequency of the core steel (2nd resonance) and exciter coil tuning (3rd resonance). You'll also have the new exciter coil design in this 5th edition QEG Build Manual.

Tivon presents a study of the Lenzless transformer and how it can be applied to the QEG. Several types are illustrated and described. The Lenzless transformer will allow QEG builders to experiment with redirecting power back to the source while running a load. See which one the QEG teams are presently experimenting with using this technology.

Over 250 pages of quantum energy related articles:

•John Moray – A Means for the Preservation of the Environment by Drawing Kinetic Energy from Space

•T. Henry Moray – The Sea of Energy in Which the Earth Floats (abridged/pdf)

•Baldor Launches Energy Saving Incentive

•Rotoverter Operating Principles

•Transverter R & D

•Resonance and Impedance Matching

•RF Circuit Design


22 Webinars $550.00
5th Edition QEG Build Manual $47.00
Quantum Energy Articles $47.00

Total Value = $644.00

Sale Price = $397.00

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