This is the next addition to the Resonance Induction Coupler Kit (R.I.C.K.) that adds more parts downstream to make a testing bed to more safely learn how to make a Don Smith magnetic resonance energy system. As such it is assumed that most people buying this kit will already have part I of these resonance kits as well as the Don Smith Index book which are essential materials to accomplish this goal.
This is deliberately limited for using a low voltage frequency generator (as option available) as the input so that
1. You can better appreciate tuning and the significance of small changes,
2. You can safely learn what is necessary without harming yourself as you can at the higher voltage and power levels.
[Part 3 of this kit (Feb 2022) will be a high voltage input with spark gaps that allows for free oscillation gains. It will also deal with much higher frequencies which remove the capacitors so that you use the natural capacitance of the coils...]
This Part 2 kit includes a secondary coil that is enlarged from the Kit 1 coils and yet having the same inductance and length (it has both clockwise and counter-clockwise wound coils with center tap) that is supported with new risers that connect to either ends and additional risers that hold an inside tube that can be used for either L1 or L3 inductor to be wrapped around. Different size wires cut to 1/4 and 1/2 wave lengths are included for L1 and L3 options. These can be wrapped around the tube inside L2 or around L2 with however many turns and in different places to learn how these relationships work. With less turns on the primary the voltage will be higher on L2 but will leave longer pigtails (ends of the wire not coiled) that are still part of the transmitter. The full length of the smaller wire can be wrapped around the secondary coil so that it has short pigtails as was shown in the first prototype and video. The above video shows another model showing fewer turns and long pigtails. The student is to learn the difference between these kinds of options. The risers allow for this to be modified fairly easy.
High voltage and high frequency diodes are provided along with fixed capacitors and two variable capacitors that allow for tuning into a wide range of frequencies. We were demonstrating the kit running at 2.7Mhz at the meetings apart from the usual 1.29Mhz when using the 100pf fixed capacitor of the first Resonance kit. This kit can therefore still couple with the coils of the first kit. This second kit therefore shows how you can multiply many systems from one transmitter as we have shown with receiver coils only powering LEDs so far. That will be one purpose of the Don Smith Device 2 kit...
Oil-filled high voltage capacitors are provided as an option because people may already have their own. They are to be step-charged at the high frequency and discharged at lower frequency through a discharge circuit that has it's own basic frequency generator and battery case (all of which are provided in the kit) that allows for lower-than-50hz to mid-kHz ranges for desired loads. From there a battery could be charged or a transformer primary could be pulsed as an inverter circuit. We are evaluating various transformers and oil capacitors at this time and are making them available on the website periodically as options when they are available. Presently no Oil caps or transformers have been included in this kit other than adding them as options (we may include a cheap cap and iron transformer in the kit when it ships).
The purpose of this kit is not to immediately power a home with this setup but to get a feel for the different parts of the entire system at a very low power level. However, some of the information provided in this kit will allow you to go on to do that.
People need to separate the different sections of this system to properly understand them at each stage. We have observed thousands of people around the world fail in this respect. Don said to do this and even start from the back end and design to the front. You will understand why when you work with this.
There is a lot of very practical information in this kit that we were not going to give until later. It will take a little while to evaluate everything we wish to include along these lines (there may be several times over the next 6 months--till Feb 2022--where we mail out additional information). The same thing happened with the first kit which ended up having 89 letter size pages with small print. This kit info will only be a fraction of that size but it is extremely practical. We shared some of this very important information at the August Orlando meeting along with several demonstrations, and will do so again at the upcoming Elkhart meeting at the end of October. This includes details about Don Smith electron cycling and proper grounding (all of which is in the Don Smith Index book directly stated, illustrated, or implied but we realized people just pass right over it).
This kit will not include various controls such as voltage suppression devices because they are application specific. Information about such may be included in this kit, but most definitely in the third part. We will attempt to provide some kind of screen cover to act as a Faraday shield as we showed at the last meeting. This can also be used as an air grounding for some of the new experiments we will show in the kit. There are other parts included that are not mentioned here. Also included is a 5W 120V bulb, a plastic board with rubber feet, some hardware and various mounting holes.
The kit is over 3 to 4 pounds depending on if oil capacitors or transformers are included the weight may vary.