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Aviso demonstrates his capacitor-run motor self-looped
Ismael Aviso has posted two more videos showing his electrostatic
technology that allegedly pulls energy from the surroundings. In these videos he
first shorts out the capacitors then runs the system in self-looped mode, with just one small battery to run his
circuitry. Live demo Thursday on SmartScarecrow.
Tam Sanchez, an American potential investor inspects Aviso's set-up. The
other validator was Raymond Venter of Blue Power from South Africa.
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Filipino inventor, Ismael
Aviso, who claims to have a technology that uses a Tesla type antenna to harvest energy from the environment,
posted two more videos showing his latest progress. This time he shorts out all
the capacitors in the very large bank of capacitors, then runs the system in
looped manner, with just one small 12-V battery to run the circuitry.
The system entails tapping into a local cell phone signal to use as a signal to
be amplified through the Tesla coil. It also entails tapping the back EMF from
the DC motor, as demonstrated by there being no sparking at the commutators when
Here's what Aviso wrote to me by Skype today (slightly edited):
|I loop it in front of my investor representatives from USA & South Africa.
First we discharged all caps, then we tested any remaining volts. Then we measured the small
battery: 13V.. actual will be 12.6 fully charged. The excess is just static
charge. Then we run it for more or less 4 minutes. Then we measured
again, and it was still fully charged at 12.81V.
I did not run it long, since last night only I able to connect it.. no
protection circuit .. might damage some parts. Also, we are scheduled to have a conference with Gary
I have a video of their satisfaction declaration.
The S. African guy has 3 years business on Power saving device, so they want me to build 1 mega watts
[unit]. Negotiations will continue after he arrived [returns?] & reports the result.
He's going to be doing a live demonstration of his technology on Gary
Hendershot's SmartScarecrow Show.
Here's the second video
that contains the affirmation statement:
Here's the first video, where they short the capacitors.
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