QEG Class 1-10 Audio
Class 1: Core & Insulation Choices
Class 2: Base, Resonance, Parts
Class 3: Core Assembly & Capacitors
Class 4: Core Mounting & Drive System
Class 5: Initial Mechanical & Electrical Set-up
Class 6: Load Bank & Protection Gap
Class 7: QEG Operational Description
Class 8: Hazards, Operation, 3 Rs Part 1
Class 9: 3 Rs Part 2, Exciter Coil, Grounding
Class 10: 3 Rs Part 3, Antenna, Radiant Energy
Class 1: Detailed documents describing insulation components used to insulate magnet wire from core steel; sourcing, cost, specifications, and installation of core insulating materials; pros & cons of building the QEG core vs. purchasing a fully processed unit.
Class 2: Detailed documents and photos of parts needed for completion of Quantum Energy Generator (QEG) core.
Class 3: Detailed documents describing insulation components used to insulate magnet wire from core steel; sourcing, cost, specifications, and installation of core insulating materials; pros & cons of building the QEG core vs. purchasing a fully processed unit.
Class 4: External wiring diagram; description of drive system components; complete, updated QEG parts list.
Class 5: Photos depicting options for wiring, terminal blocks, etc.; startup and testing procedure; Hazards and Cautions involved with initial testing; Ivan Rivas’ professional Cad drawing package.
Class 6: Schematic for recommended load bank; corrected parallel wiring schematic; suggested components for building load bank (with photos); requirements for load bank; recommended components for protection gap (photos); location, mounting and wiring of protection gap (photos).
Class 7: Photos of 12-outlet strip and socket adapter; “QEG Mechanically Pumped Parametric Transformer” (document); “sweet spot” test data; QEG Synopsis/call for experiments; original WITTS setup with additional feedback coils over secondaries schematic.
Class 8: Includes revised QEG Cautions-Hazards document, electronic regulation, self-looping, and mains/grid interface reference documents, photos/description of recommended test equipment, antenna reference design, revised set-up and test document, call for experiments document.
Class 9: Includes updated original schematic, exciter coil development photos, photos and videos of Tesla hairpin radiant energy experiments, “RF Energy via Ionosphere” document (for class study), Litz wire specifications and supplier info., photos of ground network components, photos of suggested generator wiring layout.
Class 10: Suggested load bank with switched lamp sockets; 300 Watt rheostat; ground rod; mica fixed and variable capacitors; mica compression capacitors; flat exciter coil with litz wire; original exciter coil; link to Witts video showing exciter coil construction; spark gap in primary xp schematic; spark gap carrying primary current xp schematic; MFJ-6140 antenna kit (ref); EZTM-40 telescoping mast brochure (ref); guy wire system brochure (ref); screw-in guy anchors, guy lines brochure (ref); self-looping principle drawing (ref); TI Solar Inverter kit datasheet (ref)