This Page Is Proudly Hosted By:

IceStuff.com

A Place For All Your Stuff!

Be The First To Know About Energy Additions & Updates - Click Here

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

To see the videos, the free downloadable RealPlayer is required

Hovering Flight test #1

Click on the picture above to see the video ( 1 Mb )

Acceleration and motion tests

Click on the picture above to see the video ( 460 Kb )

Hovering Flight test #2

Click on the picture above to see the video ( 937 Kb )

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

-

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


    Return to the Lifters Experiments page


    Encyclopedia of free energy now on CD click for more information

    Google
     
    Web www.IceStuff.com

    Click Here To Email Questions Or Comments To The Webmaster

    IceStuff.com has served pages for Energy21 since January 1, 2008