Transdimensional's Lifter Experiment
By Jean-Louis Naudin
created on October 10th, 2001 - JLN Labs - Last update October 16th, 2001
All informations in this page are published free and are intended for private/educational purposes and not for commercial applications
You will find below all the details and diagrams for building and test yourself the Transdimensional's Lifter experiment.
The Basic Lifter is a very light weight device, only one upper frame is built and the aluminum sheet must be very thin. This is a very fun experiment which worth to be replicated.
The Basic Lifter is maintained on the ground base with 3
thin nylon threads to avoid that it escapes to the ceiling...
The Basic Lifter remains very stable above the ground while the power supply is energized. A 330 Kohms/10 Watts resistor is connected in serie with the HV Output to limit the current flow.
This High Voltage power supply used is able to generate up to 25-30kV DC Output from a 12-24v DC input. With a fully adjustable DC input power supply (0-24V/4A), it is possible to adjust the HV output between 5 to 30kV. This HV power supply use a common flyback driver circuit with two 2N3055 power transistors as a push-pull oscillator. A common flyback transformer from an old TV/monitor can be used, the transformer HV output is connected to a 30kv Voltage tripler which commonly used in all color TV monitors.
In the Basic Lifter experiment the DC Input of the HV Power supply is 15 V @ 2.3 A.
A close view of the HV tripler
|BE CAREFUL, USE EXTREME CAUTION !!!, this device use High Voltage, ALWAYS switch off the input and discharge the output to the ground through 10k/2W resistor before touch it. These plans are not intended for the inexperienced. User of this document should be very carefull and experienced in High-Voltage electronics to try anything out ! If you do it the risk of any results is just yours. I take no responsibility of anything that might happen.|
See the video demonstration of Basic Lifter
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The Lifter1 works also very well with this 30KV power supply
How to Build yourself the Lifter1
The Lifter Thrust Calculations by Steve Burns ( 10-18-2001 )
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