The Lifter v4.0 Experiment
By Jean-Louis Naudin
created on October 10th, 2001 - JLN Labs - Last update October 15th, 2001
All informations in this page are published free and are intended for private/educational purposes and not for commercial applications


The Lifter V4.0 is a bigger version of the Lifter v3.0. The Lifter v4.0 uses 36 asymmetrical T.T. Brown capacitors joined ( called cells ) so as to form a hexagonal assembly. The Lifter v4.0 is 2 time heavier than the Lifter v3.0.

The Lifter v4.0 is maintained on the ground base with 4 thin nylon threads to avoid that it escapes to the ceiling...

The Lifter v4.0 Specifications

The Lifter v4.0 uses 36 asymmetrical T.T. Brown capacitors joined ( called cells ) so as to form a hexagonal assembly. Each asymmetrical capacitor is built with one electrode made with a thin corona wire placed at 30 mm from the main rectangular electrode constructed "ala" Townsend Brown.

  • Weight : 32 g

  • Size : 820x 700 mm and 40 mm high made with a thin aluminum sheet.

  • Mounting legs : 30 mm length.

  • Main frame : balsa wood 15/10 mm thick and 2 mm wide. The construction of the frame is lighter than the previous versions ( half of the lower balsa frame has been removed ).

  • Power required to compensate the weight : 81.4 Watts ( 40.5 KV @ 2.01 mA )

  • Power required for a stable flight above the ground : 132.9 Watts ( 44 KV @ 3.02 mA )

See the videos of Lifter v4.0 experiment

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Hovering Flight test #1

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Acceleration and motion tests

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Hovering Flight test #2

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Lifter v4.0 Test Results : Woww !!!, Very impressive... The Lifter v4.0 is the biggest one that I have built today. Its size in the lab is very impressive ( 820 x700 mm ). The Lifter v4.0 is a fascinating device, in spite of its weight, it is able to accelerate upwards very quickly and silently. The Lifter v4.0 has a weight of 32 g and it is very stable during the hovering.

Lifters comparison chart :

  Weight Payload Power to compensate the weight Power for a stable flight
Lifter 1 2.3 g 1 g 18 Watts ( 40 KV @ 450 uA ) 23.9 Watts ( 41.9 KV @ 570 uA )
Lifter 2 6.6 g 3 g 21.9 Watts ( 38.5KV @ 570 uA ) 48.5 Watts ( 43.35 KV @ 1.12mA )

Lifter 3

16 g

4 g

45.4 Watts ( 18.45KV @ 2.46 mA )

69.6 Watts ( 27.5 KV @ 2.53 mA )

Lifter 4

32 g

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81.4 Watts ( 40.5 KV @ 2.01 mA ) 132.9 Watts ( 44 KV @ 3.02 mA )

Documents references :

  • The Transdimensional Technologies web site

  • "Electrogravitics Systems" ( Report on a new propulsion methodology) by Thomas Valone - ISBN 0-9641070-0-7

  • " Subquantum Kinetics " by Paul A. LaViolette - ISBN 0-9642025-0-6

  • " L'Effet Biefeld-Brown - Histoire secrète de l'antigravité - Vol 1 "by Alexandre Szames - ISBN 2-91377-01-7

  • Electrokinetics brown by Paul E. Potter

  • US Patent N°2949550 filed on Aug 16, 1960 "Elektrokinetic Apparatus" from Thomas Townsend Brown

  • The Thomas Townsend Brown dedicated web site


  • Email : JNaudin509@aol.com


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