A simple free energy generator (rus-BTG) with an energy gain of about 10 can be realized using a core from network transformers. The generator is designed to supply an active load. In the considered embodiment, the output equivalent power of the BTG is about 0.5 kW at an input power of 50 W.
The generator is extremely simple, does not contain exotic parts and technologies, it can operate without grounding, but for safety reasons, it is advisable to ground the device. With this simple design, you can verify that free energy exists.
The assembly of the free energy generator requires minimal training. It is necessary to assemble a push-pull and a high voltage source of 10-15 KV. Setting up the generator is reduced to the selection of the frequencies of the push-pool and the high-voltage generator.
An assembly instruction with data on all winding units is provided. Manual in Russian.
The design has been verified. Its main advantage is stable performance and good repeatability. For those who actually assemble the generator, the author provides advice.
Disadvantage of BTG: the load is at high potential, but this can be corrected by increasing the complexity of the design. If the generator is used for heating, heating elements can simply be placed in a safety case or use an oil radiator.