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    Quote Originally Posted by Rickity Plumber View Post
    My dad did teach me that there is no such thing as perpetual motion.
    The classic (proposed) perpetual motion machines have to be set in motion by some external force. They fail, because they are loaded down by friction. The lower the friction load the longer it takes for them to slow to a stop. The set-up in the video had whatever friction there was in the system plus (supposedly) the 396 watt (1.8 x 220) load of the heater and bank of lights, and no visible means of energy storage (no battery or capacitor, no rectification for charging the battery or cap, and no inverter/regulator to convert the stored energy back into useful energy). I don't know what the trick is, but TANSTAAFL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Traddles View Post
    I'm sure there's more trickery involved, but 1.8 Amps at 220 Volts AC is not 10 KW. It's less than 1 KW (1000 watts). It's less than 500 watts.

    Another point, during the start-up, the AC frequency was 60 Hz. After unplugging it was unstable for a while and then settled around 50 Hz. That can be a problem for appliances that need a 60 Hz line frequency (or the other way around.

    In plain language, here are the two laws of thermodynamics:

    1. You don't get something for nothing;

    2. You lose.
    The video info states the numbers you see are not correct and were set wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern Rivers View Post
    Electricity goes through the floor and up into the thing by way of those roller castors. Just sayin'...
    Some sort of power connection under the set-up is a reasonable possibility. It may be that the initial 60 Hz was voltage/frequency from the generator, and then 50 Hz was the power from the unseen electrical connection (50 Hz being the frequency of AC power in EuroLand). And since 10 KW would be somewhere over 45 Amps at 220 volts, that would be way beyond the breaker capacity for a circuit in a normal home or commercial building, thus the ~400 watt load.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HawkTheSlayer View Post
    The video info states the numbers you see are not correct and were set wrong.
    Yeeeeaaaaaaaaahhhhhh ... the numbers just happen to be standard AC power frequencies and a standard AC power voltage. They should only tell that baloney to someone who hasn't worked in power electronics for over 40 years and who has not seen standard panel meters hundreds or thousands of times before. As is the case with me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Traddles View Post
    Yeeeeaaaaaaaaahhhhhh ... the numbers just happen to be standard AC power frequencies and a standard AC power voltage. They should only tell that baloney to someone who hasn't worked in power electronics for over 40 years and who has not seen standard panel meters hundreds or thousands of times before. As is the case with me.
    The company is Korean.
    The draw is around 10 amps/220 on 4500 watts.
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    Could be a time machine too.
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    Simpson Panel Meters, capable of measuring AC voltage, current, and frequency.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HawkTheSlayer View Post
    The company is Korean.
    The draw is around 10 amps/220 on 4500 watts.
    First, do the Math. 220 volts at 10 amps is 2200 watts. Simple multiplication.

    Second, there is no way the power cords for that heater and bank of lights could handle the current for 10,000 watts. They might even overheat if between them they carried the 20 amps necessary for 4400 watts.
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