Romanian ZPM (Zero Point Module)

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Fighter posted this 19 June 2019

Hi guys. I'm creating this thread in order to present a device which I think is a overunity device.
Just a short introduction...
I'm from Romania and I'm in this researching field for a few years working with Cd_Sharp, exchanging test results, information, hypothesis and ideas. He is in this field for more years than me so I actually learned a lot from him about this so I consider this device a result of our common work and research.
Also this device is using bucking coils about which I learned a lot from the information shared with all of us here by Chris.
The reason I'm making this information public is because I know nobody will gonna get rich from it, we all know the history and what happened to other researchers keeping secrets, trying to patent and produce in series their devices: they were silenced, were killed in "strange" accidents and took their secrets with them in the grave while we still struggle with the disasters produced by fossil-fuel/energy cartels ("Big Oil") and keep paying them trillions every year while we die from pollution and extreme weather and watching our planet on the way to becoming a big dead desert.
The truth is we as a species have very little time left to change the actual direction so even if we cannot stop the already started chain-reaction of weather changes at least we can limit the incoming effects and not making them worse by continuing on our way. Scientists say on the current way we will be here until 2050. Personally, seeing what is happening now I think they are optimistic.
So please use this information to replicate the device, test it (prove me right or prove me wrong), improve it and share back here your findings and improvements. The scope here is to have a number of these improved devices capable to provide electricity for a house so they can make it energy-independent.
Feel free to share the blueprints with others, we would be happy to know that at some point in the near future everyone will have his house powered by one or more devices like this.
Don't make the same mistake others did, don't try to produce it in series 'cause you can be sure they will come after you and hunt you down. When one or more devices like this will be capable to power a house then produce them for you, for friends or neighbors you trust. When hundreds or thousands of devices will be functioning in wild they will have no way to silence or hunt down so many people, it would be futile to even try.

Also don't think about keeping it secret just for yourself. There is no individual escape from what's coming, it's about just two options: we all survive or we all die. If only few hundreds of people will use this technology and keep it secret there will be no change in our actual direction as a species. Others will still use fossil fuel, pollution will continue and weather will become more and more violent. Free-energy will be useless for you while a 5, or 6 or even 7 grade typhoon or a local storm-cell is ripping your house apart. Don't think this will happen ? Look more carefully around you at what's happening with the weather in your area and in the world.
And don't steal this and post it somewhere else pretending to be the product of your research, give credit to these two Romanians, to Chris and to this community which is working hard to make a difference for the future.

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If you're working with a ZPM replication please share your findings here like I do so we can enhance this device.

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Fighter posted this 19 June 2019

So let's start...

This is how ZPM is looking like (link to larger image here):

ZPM is using an Metglas AMCC-200 core, I bought two of them in 2017 for my research on Bearden's MEG; unfortunately I failed to make the device work even if I tried for two years; that's why I was silent here because I had no interesting results to present about my research.

I'm putting links about AMCC-200 technical specs here:

Hitachi - AMCC Cores Technical

Hitachi - AMCC Cores Presentation.

I recommend checking how Metglas cores are produced and read about their special characteristics so you know what you're dealing with; remember Metglas was something produced in 70s for military and space technologies.

Let me clarify something here, it's possible that Metglas (which is yet kind of expensive) is not needed for reproducing this device, maybe it works very well by using ferrite cores and using much lower frequencies, I'm just describing what I'm using in my research now.

It has two bucking coils (marked the with "L" and "R") winded in a way that when they're connected in series and powered on, their magnetic fields are opposing.

L coil has 101.4mH inductance and approx. 150 turns made of 0.8mm standard copper wire for coils. These are the complete characteristics I measured with my LCR meter (link to larger image here):

R coil has 365.5mH inductance and approx. 300 turns made of 0.8mm standard copper wire for coils. These are the complete characteristics I measured with my LCR meter (link to larger image here):

My guess is it's not important the ratio of turns and inductances between the two coils, I'm presenting this data just so you know the characteristics of the device I'm working with. Probably different ratios will result just in moving the optimum frequency ranges upper or lower and also different voltage and current on output but I don't think that will have significant impact on device's over-unity capability.

Fighter posted this 19 June 2019

Before connecting the two coils in series I wanted to make sure the magnetic fields produced by the two coils are opposing so I powered each coil separately and checked the polarity of its magnetic field (link to larger image here) :

Then I connected the coils in series and checked again that their magnetic fields are opposing (link to larger image here):

Fighter posted this 19 June 2019

And this the schema of how the device is used (link to larger image here):

I know what you're thinking. "Wait, those light bulbs are powered by the source, not by the device !"

Not entirely true... Initially when the circuit is powered on maybe for few milliseconds could be true but if the frequency is optimum then the light bulbs will take only few miliampers from source, the rest of the power they require will actually be provided by ZPM. As I said what's new in ZPM is the way the bucking coils are used in order to provide power and (as the source is displaying) the voltage for the light bulbs is still provided by the source but almost all the power required by the light bulbs (for example two 12V/35W halogen light bulbs) is actually supplied by the ZPM while source is only providing only a few miliampers.

As a note: there is a limitation of how many light bulbs you can add in the circuit; for every light bulb you add you will need to find another optimum frequency to make the power taken from the source to go down to few miliampers again. Always the new optimum frequency will be lower and depending on how much power the new light bulb requires you may need to decrease the frequency with maybe 100-200 Khz. So adding too many light bulbs will force you to go under 100Khz range where the device will provide less and less power to the bulbs so they will start to get more and more power from the source.

Fighter posted this 19 June 2019

Here is the process I use to find a new optimum frequency when I change the number or type of lightbulbs on the output (in this example for a 12V/5W light bulb):

Fighter posted this 19 June 2019

Well, no more available time for now, I'll post more info when I'll find some time again...

Vidura posted this 19 June 2019

Hey Fighter, I will post here answering to your latest post In the delayed conduction thread. Regarding the feedback loop I am not agreed, not generally , there may be applicable cases like J. Bedinis Battery charging Devices, where he stated the feedback made them fail to work, but many others do use feedbacks:  Figurea, Kapanadze, Don Smith, Floyd Sweet, including any convencional Generator for the field winding. Your primary Dipole is the power source, it's dipole is destroyed and recovered continuously.

For my comments about the driver I am sorry that I have not been clear enough. It depends on the employed circuit of course, but basically i addressed to a  possible energy transfer from the signal generator into the circuit. A small capacitance like the gate of a MOSFET can transfer considerable amount of energy at high frequencies, specially if you use the S.G. directly to drive the MOSFET. A SG. can output perfectly a few watts of power, this can influence in your measurements, you would not see this on your input measurements, it can be avoided by using optical isolating drivers, or dedicated optocouplers to separate the signal source from your  tested device. If you need help for a circuit diagram just let me know, or you could use the design of the power switch modules posted in my thread about switching tool development. Regarding the scalar waves, there's nothing misterious about, It only means longitudinal waves, which are oscillating in the direction of the propagation, in contrast to transverse waves , they oscillating perpendicular to the direction of propagation. At high potential and frequency the longitudinal waves can damage many dielectric materials. A well known phenomenon when experiments with Tesla Coils are performed. Keep up your work and thanks for sharing. Vidura.

cd_sharp posted this 20 June 2019

Hey guys, Vidura

A small capacitance like the gate of a MOSFET can transfer considerable amount of energy at high frequencies, specially if you use the S.G. directly to drive the MOSFET.

Yes, but the S.G. should heat up, especially if it does not include any heat sink.

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Fighter posted this 20 June 2019

Hi guys, I'm currently at work so I don't have too much time but I'll try to address some concerns.

About source's readings, I double-checked it using this wattmeter while powering up the device:

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By setting an non-optimal frequency I forced the ZPM to take 300mA and 221mA from source because at lower power consumption (like 85mA in the third image) the wattmeter will just display "0.00A", I suppose it was not made to measure a value so low in amperes.

Please keep in mind that the wattmetter itself is taking some current so the source's display will show slightly higher current values than the wattmeter. So about this I'm 99.99% percent sure source's readings are correct, don't think it's possible to have both source and wattmeter fooled and displaying miliampers while the power drawn to be ampers.

Other thing that I tried to make sure the source's readings are correct: the source has an physical amperage limiter so you can set the maximum current it can provide before its auto-protection is triggered on. So I set the limiter to few miliampers and tested with an 12V/5W bulb light, here is a video with the test:

About signal generator, I don't see it capable to provide ampers, based on my research these things can't provide more than about 100mA. Here is a video where this model is opened up:

Frankly I don't think it's possible to have two 12V/35W halogen light bulbs powered by that little transformer you see inside of the signal generator without it being destroyed already.

About the MOSFET driver, it's powered directly from source so it can't provide power itself.

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Fighter posted this 20 June 2019

it can be avoided by using optical isolating drivers, or dedicated optocouplers to separate the signal source from your  tested device. If you need help for a circuit diagram just let me know, or you could use the design of the power switch modules posted in my thread about switching tool development.

As I said I'm a beginner about electronics so I will try to find out about optical isolating drivers and optocuplers. How would the simpler schematics for something like this would look like ? Would be helpful to know what components to look for, don't know if I'll have time now to build something like this but I can add it to my to-do list. Thanks !

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Fighter posted this 20 June 2019

Hey dude! Nice work. But take note!
The internal instruments of some tear discs may be misinformed by extreme pulses.
Place the 4700-10000y capacitor in parallel with the output of the power supply. The power supply instrument already measures this current consumption.Vidura's comment is also helpful.

Thanks ! I will try to put 10,000uF capacitor in parallel with the source, thanks for the suggestion.

Fighter posted this 20 June 2019

Thank you for posting this Fighter and also CD_Sharp. Very insightfull.

All the best,


You're welcome, please replicate it, test it and if your research can help in enhancing it please share your enhancements with us here. Thank you.

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Fighter posted this 20 June 2019

And here I'm adding the oscilloscope data with probes set to 10X (on output you can see 3 x 12V/5W light bulbs).

Here the yellow channel probes are put on parallel with the light bulbs, meaning it's showing signal from both coils (link to larger image here):

Note: for some unknown reason the blue channel is showing also some signal even if I disconnect its probes from oscilloscope, it's nothing wrong with the channel, it's the first case when I see it not showing a straight line when its probes are disconnected.

And here you can see the blue channel probes put on the small coil ("L") and the yellow channel probes put on the bigger coil ("R") (link to larger image here):

This second image is the most interesting because it's showing the interaction between the two coils while ZPM is functioning.

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Fighter posted this 20 June 2019

And here you can see photos of tests with halogen light bulbs.

This test is with one 12V/20W halogen light bulb, I had it put directly on the table and it was so hot that I noticed the table under the light bulb started to emit smoke, see the small yellow dot on the table in the last photo (link to larger image here):

And the test below is with 2 x 12V/35W halogen light bulbs, as a temporary solution to avoid burning the table I put them on a testboard so they don't stay on the table but for now I can't test with them more than 2-3 minutes because for sure the plastic from the testboard will start to melt; the last image shows the luminozity of these two halogen lights when the lights in the room are turned off (link to larger image here):

After these tests and after having a conversation with Cd_Sharp the conclusion is: this device can be scaled up and can provide power to standard 220V light bulbs.

Note: I intend to record a video to present a test with those two 12V/35W halogen light bulbs, hopefully I will have some time to do this in weekend, I'll post it here when it's ready.

cd_sharp posted this 20 June 2019

My friends, this can be feed-back looped as suggested. A cap is fed by the input power but also by one POC at a time like here , here and probably some other places.

cd_sharp posted this 20 June 2019

Fighter, this is how an optocoupler works, for example if wanting to insert the mains AC sine wave into a microcontroller. The AC signal is rectified (but not filtered) and fed to the optocoupler:

Between Out and Gnd is the optically coupled (electrically decoupled) signal. It's a very simple and useful little device.

JohnStone posted this 20 June 2019

Hi Fighter,

Thanks for sharing your findings :-)

BTW: Myself born in Romania as well - long, long ago :-)

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In order to avoid endless discussions about your setup I suggest to feed it for about 5 hours from two or three 9V blocks being connected in series. Below you see an example of  the current capability of an 9V Energizer brand  (end voltage to be 6V):

1 mA - 800 h

10 mA - 55 h

100 mA - 4 h

200 mA - 1,7 h

300 mA - 55 min

400 mA - 25 min

500 mA - 12 min

600 mA - 9 min

700 mA - 5 min

If the batteries survive a 5h challange you can continue with real productive work.

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Regarding (possible) feed of energy via your FET switcher from generator:

If you estimate the gate capacitance of the FET to be about 1nF you get for 600kHz a complex impedance of about 265 Ohm.
This gives for 24V about 10mA - theoretically.

But as soon you switch the FET on this minute energy will be shorted to GND only.

The hint from a member is basically sound (theoretically) but in this case you can neglect it.

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Please continue your good work. I am willing to support you in terms of simple but effective methods of measurements for crystal clear clarity on your setup. Remember i.e. my recent post regarding measurement of luminositiy. So please ask!


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For utmost clarity please confirm:

  1. The FET sits in that black box left hand side in your video?
  2. The GND lead of your generator is being connected to the "source" pin of the FET.


Vidura posted this 20 June 2019

Hey Fighter, Please don't misunderstand my last post, I did not want to disregard anything of your work, as I stated my first impression was that it is AU. Take my comments for information purposes if you want, in some cases when we deal with small power levels all this things can be valuable, but if you could actually light two 35w bulbs, the influence from the SG can of course be neglected. Anyway here a suggestion for a very simple isolating switching application. Vidura

YoElMiCrO posted this 21 June 2019

Hi all.

@ Fighter.
I agree with what you mention.
Some time ago perform tests to contrast what N.E Zaev commented about his ferrocassor.
Your circuit and yours have the same in common, only not with bucking coils.
In order to appreciate the phenomenon, a nucleus with a large mass is necessary,
only a small part of it creates the BH/2 energy due to the automation trend
of the core.
The material you use is very good, it has a large μ(max)/μ(inc)] ratio.
To observe the energy gain, iL should be grown up to the value of μ(max) and it will depend on the core, but always around 1.2~1.5Hc, ie, within the reversible area of ​​hysteresis.
It can be shown that the energy absorbed by the charge from the source during the magnetization cycle is:
Edc^2/RL(Ton/T) for being parallel to the inductor, now ...
An energy is also stored in the inductor and will be 0.5iL^2L.
If we look at the behavior of the sling form at the time of Toff we will see an adiabatic process, this is due to the self-magnetization of the material used and contributes to the decrease of its internal entropy, this is where the free energy is.
Then for the demagnetization cycle or Toff we will have two types of energy, one is kinetic and the other potential, it is the sum of these energies that is delivered to the load.
If we analyze, we will see that Pin = [Edc^2/RL(Ton/T)] + [iL^2L/(2T)] and for Toff approximately ...
Pout = [Edc^2/RL(Ton/T)] + [0.5Edc^2/RL(td/T)] + [iL^2L/(2T)] if we assume Ploss = 0.
If the second member in the sums of the equation is different from 0, then Pout/Pin> 1 given that E(cd)=Ed+Efb.
We see that during the self-magnetization cycle the energy is really free and drifts
of the intrinsic property of temperature exchange with the middle of the ferromagnetic core, which from the engineering point of view can be approximated by an infinite heatsink.
To better understand the exposed ...

This study is by N.E Zaev as commented at the beginning of the post and a simple way to understand the phenomenon, without complicated equations or at least the minimum.

I hope I help you in the experiments.
Thanks for sharing.


Fighter posted this 21 June 2019

Guys, thank you for your posts, the information and idea from your posts are extremely interesting. Right now I'm at work and can't reply properly but I'll do it during the weekend for each of your posts. Sorry, if it would be possible to buy more time (to have like 30 hours per day) I would gladly do it...

@YoElMiCrO: I'm gonna read this document before asking some questions (even if I already have some in my mind right now about the content of your previous post):

Rediscovering Zaev’s ferro-kessor

For example this, I find it very intriguing :

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cd_sharp posted this 21 June 2019

Vidura, my friend, I also tried to tune the device using a ferrite core. I had no luck either. I know that the magnetic field distributes homogeneously in ferrite. This could be related.

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