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Renaissance Resonance Induction Coupler Kit

Renaissance Resonance Induction Coupler Kit

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Resonance Induction Coupler Kit
Frequency Generator (PWM) circuit Unassembled
Frequency Generator (PWM) circuit Assembled [+$10.00]
Extra Induction Coil with Variable Capacitor and LEDs. [+$40.00]
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Renaissance Wireless Power Resource:
 Resonance Induction Coupler Kit 

Introducing in 2018 the Resonance Inductive Coupler Kit where we begin to explore the benefits of resonance, one wire and wireless power systems. We have four main Objectives with this kit, three of which are stated and the fourth is a mystery to figure out. This kit is organized for the very beginner as well as for the intermediate and advanced levels of related research. The beginner need not concern themselves with the advanced topics and references and can accomplish the simple goals of this kit relatively easily without needing to get into any advanced or intermediate points. There is a need for such a kit as there is such a lack of basic information and direction on these things with the public as well as such a simple demonstration of something with profound implications.  

The four Objectives (more fully listed in the manual):
1. Learning about Resonance in a Primary LC Circuit. 
a) To teach the basics about LC tank circuit, frequency generation and oscilloscope usage. Basic formula used and links to online calculators. 
b) Details about meters: frequency generator supplied, LCR meter, oscilloscope, frequency counter, GDO or dip meter, and HF Gauss meter. 
c) Testing and contrasting the loading across the entire tank circuit and L and C individually with more efficient loading alternative. 
d) Several other subpoints...

2. One wire System.
a) Covering the basics of closed looped circuits and contrasting with this open loop system. Pointing to Tesla One Wire lectures in advanced section. 
b) ....
c) ....
d) ....

3. Learning about Resonance Coupling in the Secondary LC2 Circuit Sympathetic with LC1 Circuit.
a) Covering the basics of close transformer induction in contrast with the Resonant Induction which is a second open loop system. 
b) Showing how the different angles affect reception as with radio tuners.
c) .... 

4. What do these three points and Options imply?
a) What can we learn from sections 1 to 3? 
b) If you can demonstrate that you have succeeded in making this kit work, do your homework, and can answer this question then you may be invited to join the private online forum to join others in discussing these things. We want people to come to this answer on their own as it is very important to do that. 

5. Optional Studies and Experiments.
Assemble and learn about the PWM circuits. 
In the Forum we will persue various related studies and experiments privately.
Faraday cage zinc box.
Changing HF to low frequency.
Crystal Radio modifications.
Many other things could be mentioned.

Two carefully wound inductors on fame supports with brass connectors.
Basic function generator to create the desired frequency to run the experiments.
Neon bulbs and LEDs as loads.
Capacitors and one adjustable capacitor to tune coils to resonance.
Wires with clips for grounding experiments.
Detailed manual for instructions and supplementary advanced resources.

Additional Inductors with adjustable capacitors and LEDs can be ordered for $40.
You can acquire a higher power frequency generator (we recommend SainSmart UDB1002S DDS Signal Generator, 2MHz Sweep Function Source Rev3.0 PC for $31 or the $105 FeelTech FY6600 60MHz Function Arbitrary Waveform Pulse DDS Signal Generator). These give you higher voltage (20Vpp) and more options.  
You can acquire an oscilloscope to look at the waveform and notice the maximum resonant points.

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