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Well, l played around with the LED idea, and it works, but only with small, clear LED's, (the larger and colored ones are duds).

In light, (or in my case a artificial) it creates about .20 volts, (one LED) and about .02 in darkness, so several of these A4 panels, (with a few thousand on each) in your house could power it, indefinitely.

Or 70 mini LEDs should create about 12 volts, at night and 300 volts during the day, so yeah, these things are dangerous, so take precautions.

And the home one you are looking at thousands of volts in direct sunlight, and about 300 volts at night.

So l am going with building one, and keeping it inside only, so it safely makes power 24/7.

I know he quoted about 150 volts per panel, and maybe my maths is out, or maybe the LED is different or more efficient than his ones?

But it works, and is far easier to build than a Tesla-circuit, (on this forum) which requires a field of poles and electronics to power a house.

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Ok, it was a goose egg, but it may not be his mistake.

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This is one of the LED's, he showed and which you can buy on Ebay, which have a yellow color due to the phosphor coating, and as you can see no volts, (it produced about .02 initially then went to zero, even though l may have played a part in that since every human has .02 of a volt up to .05, which can affect results).

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So l soldered about 5 on a circuit board, (Ebay also) and initially it was about .12, then when l released and tried again, .06 then the next day .01 then zero again. So like this guy the initial results are promising then it goes pear shaped.

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But check this out, this was a very old LED, (clear) that generated more than a volt when l held it close to the lamp, so these really could be superior to a solar panel, but of course they are not available anymore.

So l don't believe that this guy is scamming us, more of the case he built one tested it and took that as the result, or it is more likely these LED's build up a charge over time, and like capacitors discharge quickly.

So fun but no free energy, at least not yet, or the Tesla circuit is still the one to beat.

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This is interesting. Glad you tested this out. A lot of people would not bother with going through with it. It seems like we have so much knowledge online these days that things can easily get mixed up. There is likely something to this though. 

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On 3/26/2022 at 10:15 AM, britanica said:

This is interesting. Glad you tested this out. A lot of people would not bother with going through with it. It seems like we have so much knowledge online these days that things can easily get mixed up. There is likely something to this though. 

Yep, this is probably the only way to get past these bastards, develop something which has a hidden aspect, (which probably explains why my very old LED is no longer available).

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3 hours ago, tmcom said:

Yep, this is probably the only way to get past these bastards, develop something which has a hidden aspect, (which probably explains why my very old LED is no longer available).

Yeah LED bulbs when they first started used to last 10 to 15 years, now they last about 2 years tops. They do all this as a means to just keep getting money from people. 

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Tried to do a search and found this guy.

He says that a solar panel is much smaller than the one he is holding, (using LEDS) which l don't buy, going by the next video and by him saying that one yellow LED is about 1.5 volts in a strong light.

This solar cell is almost a volt in strong light, and about two of the yellow LEDS is similar to this in output, and uses far less space. So even though the company he quoted may be pulling a fast one, l will look into it.

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