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Video summary:

 

x1 prototype generator part 4 battery testing with a load  


November 28 2017 


This is a test to help resolve parameters.

 

The 6 volt battery test of the Shura Energy x1 prototype

 

This test compares as a control prior input sources:

 

(Lab DC power supply and also AC rectified DC)

 

in videos part 1 and 2

compared to

 

(DC batteries)

 

 in videos part 3 and 4 

of the x1 prototype testing series of videos.

 

This is a series performance test of the Shura LRC circuit.
 

The source of input power are two 6 Volt SLA batteries:

 

The batteries are charged to a stable (10 minute) 6.0 volts on two batteries. This is not a full charge.

 

1)

First the standard input at the motor is tested with a load of a 12 volt 26.9 watt DC resistive bulb.

 

2)

Second the input with the prototype using the low resistance circuit (LRC) is tested.

 

Conditions:

 

Using the two 6 Volt SLA batteries DC limited current input

with a load of a 12 volt 26.9 watt DC resistive bulb

 

The batteries are charged to 6.0 volts for each test 1) and 2).

The results are recorded in real time with a 7 in one parameter tester

including accummulated power.

 

 Findings: 

 

1) Without the LRC. 

 

 

ordinary condition start of test

 

 

 

 

 Result:                           21 minutes    .7 watt hours

 

 

ordinary circuit end of test

 

 

 

 

 

2) With the LRC. 

 

 

 

Shura low resistance circuit at the test start.

 

 

 

 

 Result:                           45 minutes  2.1 watt hours

 

 

 

With the Shurs low resistance circuit at the end of the test.

 

3) The timed result showed a higher level of power in that the bulb  was able to glow

      for 8 times longer visibly as a control at the time of measurement.

           

 

4) The results and observations show a net gain in power. Triple the current was measured

     using the LRC (low resistance circuit) with the same limited input of power supplied. 


These results show an increase in electro mechanical 
torque and power gain using the LRC.