Tuesday, 2 August 2011

Tariel Kapanadze

I am using 260w in the system and output is at least 500w.The bulbs are more than fully powered.After few more attempts I have destroyed 2 of them.I will have to get some more bulbs tommorow and see how many I can connect and still keep full brightness.I tryed to measure voltage across one bulb and it shows 335v-ac but all my meters are digital and I am sure it is not right.I need to get some analogic multimeters to find the amps and volts at the output.

Few minutes ago I have started the system using DC to power the system an now I can see that DC is the only way to keep the system running for longer period of time.Using ac the spark gap becomes very hot as with dc it is much better.Also having a capacitor 90.02mf) connected in parallel with the load, keeps the flickering under control. I hope the picture attached will make all understand the basic of it.

What is claimed by the kanapadz design is Output > Input to over 800% and scalable to over 100kW working devices. What is happening now are several researchers have succeeded in reproducing the device. More reproductions is needed so people can make there own power to save money instead of buying gasoline and high price electricity.

There is something special happening with the coil design that makes this extra energy. The wire going into the center of the coil is the common theme to all of these devices.


  1. Can you give me a brief but simple explanation of what a Kapanadze coil is?

  2. This schematic is a nonsense. Please follow the current path and you'll understand why. The bulb is supplied by the microwave oven transformer through the spark-gap, via the three series coils and the resistance of the Earth. The same nonsense is Kapagen by J.Naudin.