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How Aviso extracts energy from the surroundings to power his electric vehicle
Philippine inventor, Ismael Aviso says he combines the high frequency shorting effect pursued by Tesla, with the back EMF to create a carrier wave to harness ambient energy.
He was on Channel 7 this morning, who attended a government created scientific
panel to review his technology.
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Today I conducted a 1.5-hour interview with Ismael Aviso about the technology he has developed that enables him to run his electric car while keeping his single 12-volt battery fully charged, which runs an 11-kilowatt DC motor.
He estimates that once commercial, a retrofit of an existing vehicle might cost around $4,000 retail and this would enable a once-petrol vehicle to be electric, with a battery pack that stays charged, even as it is driving down the road.
He recently sent me some technical information providing more details about the function of his prototype. We probed deeper in the interview, and he disclosed many of the key principles behind how he does what he does, in the tradition of
Nikola Tesla's Pierce Arrow, which ran in similar manner; except that Aviso thought these things up prior to become aware of the work of Tesla.
Some other major developments of note are that Aviso was recently visited by Channel
7, the largest TV network in the Philippines, which aired this morning in the Philippines. We will link to that once we have it available. They accompanied him to his meeting with the technical evaluation council created by the government especially for considering his technology. Though he didn't see the airing, his friends at church this evening, who hadn't been aware of his work, treated him like a celebrity or hero, they were so excited about what he is doing.
He was also visited recently by a billionaire interested in funding his technology, but who is primarily interested in Aviso developing the repelling force to create a multi-megawatt, utility-scale power device. We discussed this as well in our interview.
Harnessing Ambient Frequencies
If I understand correctly, what Aviso does is first lock into a constant frequency such as from a cell phone tower, somewhere in the range of 700 megahertz to 1.2 gigahertz; using low-impedance coils (short length, not many windings). He dumps these frequencies into a capacitor. He then shorts the capacitor at a certain frequency which "will vibrate into a bigger level by means of cascading."
The DC motor that he runs is only about 65% efficient (when run by traditional means), because of the massive back EMF (electromotive force). Aviso says he uses the back EMF as a carrier, making its own oscillations, which attract energy from the surrounding ambient, giving help to the battery.
Put even more briefly, he combines the high frequency shorting effect pursued by Tesla with the back EMF to create a carrier wave to harness ambient energy.
Apparently his "repelling force" uses some of these same principles, enabling the creation of a very powerful electromagnet with a very low impedance coil, so that a small input of energy can result in a powerful repelling force. Aviso wants to engineer this repelling force into a generator for base load power production, drawing unseen energy from the environment. He is confident this could be scalable from small to large applications.
In an earlier email, dated February 19, 2011 7:00 PM MST, Aviso wrote:
My own technical view to open the free energy window:
1st. Low Impedance Load
This is to radiate enough back-emf (BEMF) or to create dominant frequencies or create a carrier frequency to reach the higher frequencies to attract surrounding energy. Using high resistance load will kill the effect.
Most experimenters -- such as Bedini, Newman, Hector RV, and many more -- base their designs on the advantage and convenience of high impedance designs. But they forget that Tesla always used very low impedance, and shorted it to the capacitor to create a very powerful vibration or oscillation.
2nd. Circulating Voltage Inside the System minimum of 5Kv (the higher the voltage, the lesser grip of Lenz's law).
3rd. Circulating Frequency above 700 Mhz (If you gain 10watts at 1 Hz or one shorting p/sec, why not make it 1 million shorting per second using same input?)
Shorting will be the main process to manipulate the above 3 basic requirements. The more shorting, the more free energy you can get -- unlimited extraction of free energy. It totally depends on the budget. The more extraction of energy, the more overheating of parts, the more R&D cost will be required for parts development alone to withstand the saturation of destructive spikes. I consider that Konehead is the master of shorting in a low frequency process.
New Transistor Designed
A highlight in our interview today, for me, was when Aviso described designing and improving his own transistor which could handle the effects he is harnessing. The traditional transistor will burn out easily from the high frequency pulsing and spikes. I know this from
my experimentation with the
Bedini SG motor.
He said the "gate" or base is the problem. It is sensitive to "attacks by high frequency" or any spikes. He studied this and came up with a solution, which he has continued to improve.
It seems to me that this is what enables his system to work in as stable a way as it apparently does at this early stage.
Aviso said he used to go through dozens of transistors, totaling a few hundred in all; but now the only time he has to change one of his out is when someone accidentally crosses wires.
In our interview, I asked Aviso if he has had any problems with electromagnetic interference. He said that at first, the technology was messing up cell phone, TV, and radio reception; which his wife didn't appreciate, as his lab is at home. But he has figured out ways to minimize this to the point that now he can get cell reception while driving on his electric vehicle. He has also been able to run two devices within 6-12 inches of each other without interference.
One issue he is still working on is overheating of the antennae coil. In a Skype chat, he told me, "I am in the process of solving the overheating problem of the coil, every time I increase the speed or current. I already applied some additional fans, but the heat originates inside the winding. My proposed solution is to submerge it or to use water cooling. Fans are not very effective, since it cools only the outside, not the inside. The smell of burning insulating varnish worried me every time I increase the speed. I hope I can solve that before the testing or else run it at low speed until the batteries run down."
I had also asked him: "What is the longest you have been able to run your EV? Why can't you run it longer?"
Here replied: "The longest was maybe 60 - 70 minutes, at low speed (15- 18 kilometers per hour). I stopped it when the smell of burning begins. At high speeds (45 65 kph), immediately in less than 10 minutes, the smell of burning is already there."
In our interview today, he said that one solution he is looking at is using a magnet wire that is hollow (manufactured in China), through which a cooling liquid could be run.
Aviso said that rather than use one large capacitor that has the capacity his system requires, he uses multiple smaller capacitors in cascade manner, controlled by a microprocessor which achieves the sought resonance.
Visit from Channel 7
Aviso described what was behind the visit from the Philippine's largest TV station.
They had contacted him a couple of weeks prior, indicating their interest in coming and shooting some footage of his electric vehicle; but then it looked like some other things had come up and they weren't going to come. So Aviso went ahead with some plans to dismantle the technology to do some analysis and work toward the next improvement.
Then Channel 7 called last Wednesday and wanted to come the next day. He told them it was dismantled, and he didn't think it could have it running by the time they got there. But they said they would come anyway; and use some of the footage they had taken earlier.
A month ago I had urged Aviso to focus on building a second prototype so he didn't just have one on hand, but would always have at least one operational device at all times for precisely this very reason. But that takes funding, which he doesn't have yet.
One very good thing that came out of the timing of Channel 7's visit was that they were able to accompany him to his meeting with the technical evaluation council created by the government especially for considering his technology. In his last meeting with them, he had requested that they become more informed about electric vehicle, battery, capacitor and other relevant technologies; so they would have a better appreciation for what he had accomplished. He was satisfied in
Thursday's meeting that they had done that. They could see now that the "black box" he has would not be able to hold something conventional that could produce the amount of power he is showing.
Part of the meeting was to discuss what would take place on the full day of testing they would have. Aviso proposed that the procedure include running the vehicle DC motor from a conventional energy source, then switch over to his power source, to be able to compare the two scenarios. The "conventional" mode will show the DC motor running at its rated 65% efficiency, while the Aviso mode will show at least 90% efficiency; and he told them he wouldn't be surprised if it showed 140% efficiency very clearly harnessing energy from the surroundings.
But even in the case of 90% improvement, that would still be of profound value, since it enables an EV conversion to be done with the much cheaper DC motor.
Here's the video
of their coverage that
they posted on February 24th on their site.
In our interview, Aviso gave some history about his background and how he came at this discovery.
The ideas apparently first began percolating when he was working for AT&T dealing with satellite communications in the microwave range of frequencies. Then he started studying AC and DC motors. He said he invented a motor protection circuit so that if you dropped a motor in water it wouldn't ruin the motor, but would immediately detect and shut off.
Then he got involved in some R&D forums. In around 2004, he got hooked up with forum member "konehead", who he credits with helping significantly.
Later he mentioned that his official schooling didn't go beyond the first year of high school, where he had to drop out because of difficult economic conditions. Obviously, he didn't stop learning, though not in a traditional institutional setting.
He ascribes his inventive genius to his faith in God. He said he used to drink and gamble, but that he gave all that up to lead a life dedicated to the service of his fellow men of God.
While I would congratulate Aviso on the interest that a US Billionaire is showing him in producing a 100 MW plant, I also urged Aviso to not abandon the vehicle and home power applications in order to pursue the utility-scale, multi-megawatt applications. Those are great, but what we all need is to move away from our dependence on a central grid. So much about our modern society and especially modern government has become corrupt. What we need is to empower people; and Aviso's technology can do that.
He agreed with those sentiments, but said that to a certain extent he is limited by what offers are given.
Good money can be as hard to find as good technologies. He hopes the Creator will be as generous in directing him to the right money.
To the Skeptic
While most of the 12,000 emails Aviso has received in the past three months have been encouraging, a few have been skeptical or rude or mean. Why doesn't he show what's in the black box? Any sane inventor, who isn't open sourcing his technology, must protect his intellectual property.
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Other PES Coverage
- Aviso demonstrates his capacitor-run motor self-looped
(PESN; September 12, 2012)
demonstrates capacitor-based "OU" system (PESN;
August 27, 2012)
- Aviso has new 11 kW demonstration device
(PESN; July 31, 2012)
Demonstrates Self-Looped Generator for Philippine International TV (PESN;
May 15, 2012)
- New Advances Delay Aviso Energy Demo
(PESN; November 19, 2011)
Reports HHO Progress and Upcoming Conference (PESN; October
Government Report on Aviso's Overunity Electric Vehicle Posted (PESN; October
Requests Expert Help for Equation (PESN; October 13, 2011)
Long- and Short-Term Goals (PESN; September 30, 2011)
Floods Free Energy Inventor's Workshop (PESN; September 30,
Cracking Water With Ambient Energy (PESN;
June 27, 2011)
Free Energy Circuit Revealed (PESN; May 23, 2011)
Runs AC Motor on DC and Aether (PESN;
April 10, 2011)
Rossi with Sterling Allan on Coast to Coast AM [includes
segment on Aviso] (PESN; March 24, 2011)
Ambient Energy Technologies: Frequently Asked Questions (PESWiki; March 23, 2011)
Solid State Generator Makes Hundreds of Watts (PESN; March 2, 2011)
Envisions 1 Million Self-Charging EV Retrofit Stations by 2011 End (PESN;
March 1, 2011)
Ponders Open Sourcing his Self-Running Electric Car Technology (PESN;
February 27, 2011)
DOE Verifies Aviso's Self-Charging EV (PESN;
February 24, 2011)
Aviso extracts energy from the surroundings to power his electric vehicle
February 21, 2011)
Aviso Self-Charging Electric Car (PESWiki;
February 5, 2011)