## Wednesday, April 26, 2023

Turn a fan into a high power generator 220v 4000w Free Energy

I use a fan motor to turn into a generator with a capacity of 200v and 4000w to take advantage of the wind, if you find it interesting, please give me a like.

The concept of free energy describes all kinds of energies supposedly free and not used by current techniques. Many free energy motors are already offered and presented in video on the internet. These examples are based on perpetual motion, misunderstood and misused fundamental physics concepts, or even a deep belief in conspiracy theory.

Free energy, fans and permanent magnets

You can easily find many videos revealing the secrets of free energy and perpetual motion. 12 V PC fans are particularly featured in these assemblies because they are easy to recover and only work with non-hazardous voltages (12 V).

You may have seen free energy generator videos where a moving PC fan generates enough energy (this is power, not energy!) to make an incandescent light bulb glow. 60W or 100W:

Installation of a fan and a bulb supplied... with 230 V

No need to imagine that it is the moving fan that powers the light bulb. No dynamo or generator would spontaneously maintain its speed of rotation by delivering electrical power! You don't create energy out of nothing. If the fan really powered this light bulb, it would brake instantly by imparting its kinetic energy to the light bulb.

The special effects of these free-energy assemblies are based on:

rough video editing (cut scenes, it is not known what connections are made under the elements without the viewer's knowledge)

230 V power supply wires coming through a hole in the table (caution, danger!)

12 V power wires coming through a hole in the table

an accomplice who turns on and off the light bulb and the fan at the right times

accomplices writing comments on online videos

Free energy release from fan and permanent magnets

We observe that the rotating fan (it is powered by 12 V) is never completely lifted from the table. The trick is based on hidden wires that pass through a hole in the table. This is the only possible explanation, unless a miniature format battery is hidden in the fan...

In this video, we see a 12 V power adapter that is mounted upside down. When a voltage of 12 V DC is injected into the output of the adapter, it is supposed to supply 230 V AC! This is absolutely impossible given the operation of a switching power supply. All you need is a rudimentary knowledge of electronics to know that this type of operation is impossible:

Free energy and error: this adapter cannot generate 230 V

The author of the video could at least have taken a classic 50 Hz ferro transformer and claimed to inject 12 V alternating into the secondary of the transformer to obtain 230 V in the primary... Without forgetting the nominal power that the transformer must be able to convert .

Attention, on the video, we see handling 230 V (from an extension under the table) without great precautions! Never touch, it's dangerous! Don't risk your life for such nonsense as free energy from a 12V powered PC fan!

Turn a fan into a high power generator 220v 4000w Free Energy

I use a fan motor to turn into a generator with a capacity of 200v and 4000w to take advantage of the wind, if you find it interesting, please give me a like.

The concept of free energy describes all kinds of energies supposedly free and not used by current techniques. Many free energy motors are already offered and presented in video on the internet. These examples are based on perpetual motion, misunderstood and misused fundamental physics concepts, or even a deep belief in conspiracy theory.

Free energy, fans and permanent magnets

You can easily find many videos revealing the secrets of free energy and perpetual motion. 12 V PC fans are particularly featured in these assemblies because they are easy to recover and only work with non-hazardous voltages (12 V).

You may have seen free energy generator videos where a moving PC fan generates enough energy (this is power, not energy!) to make an incandescent light bulb glow. 60W or 100W:

Installation of a fan and a bulb supplied... with 230 V

No need to imagine that it is the moving fan that powers the light bulb. No dynamo or generator would spontaneously maintain its speed of rotation by delivering electrical power! You don't create energy out of nothing. If the fan really powered this light bulb, it would brake instantly by imparting its kinetic energy to the light bulb.

The special effects of these free-energy assemblies are based on:

rough video editing (cut scenes, it is not known what connections are made under the elements without the viewer's knowledge)

230 V power supply wires coming through a hole in the table (caution, danger!)

12 V power wires coming through a hole in the table

an accomplice who turns on and off the light bulb and the fan at the right times

accomplices writing comments on online videos

Free energy release from fan and permanent magnets

We observe that the rotating fan (it is powered by 12 V) is never completely lifted from the table. The trick is based on hidden wires that pass through a hole in the table. This is the only possible explanation, unless a miniature format battery is hidden in the fan...

In this video, we see a 12 V power adapter that is mounted upside down. When a voltage of 12 V DC is injected into the output of the adapter, it is supposed to supply 230 V AC! This is absolutely impossible given the operation of a switching power supply. All you need is a rudimentary knowledge of electronics to know that this type of operation is impossible:

Free energy and error: this adapter cannot generate 230 V

The author of the video could at least have taken a classic 50 Hz ferro transformer and claimed to inject 12 V alternating into the secondary of the transformer to obtain 230 V in the primary... Without forgetting the nominal power that the transformer must be able to convert .

Attention, on the video, we see handling 230 V (from an extension under the table) without great precautions! Never touch, it's dangerous! Don't risk your life for such nonsense as free energy from a 12V powered PC fan!