Bi-Toroid Transformer

Thane C. Heins has developed, tested and patented a transformer arrangement where the output power of his prototype is thirty times greater than the input power. He achieves this by using a figure-of-eight double toroid transformer core. His Canadian patent CA2594905 is titled “Bi-Toroid Transformer” and dated 18th January 2009. The abstract says: The invention provides a means of increasing transformer efficiency above 100%. The transformer consists of a single primary coil and two secondary coils. The two secondary coils are set on a secondary toroidal core which is designed to be maintained at a lower magnetic resistance than the primary toroidal core throughout the entire operating range of the transformer. Thus, when the transformer secondary delivers current to a load, the resulting Back-EMF is not allowed to flow back to the primary due to the higher magnetic resistance of that flux path, instead, the secondary coil’s Back-EMF follows the path of least magnetic resistance into the adjacent secondary coil.

You will notice that in the following diagram, the secondary transformer frame on the right is much larger than the primary transformer frame on the left. This larger size produces a lower magnetic resistance or “reluctance” as it is known technically. This seems like a minor point but in fact it is not, as you will see from the test results.

In a conventional transformer, the power flowing in the primary winding induces power in the secondary winding. When the power in the secondary winding is drawn off to do useful work, a Back-EMF magnetic flux results and that opposes the original magnetic flux, requiring additional input power to sustain the operation.

In this transformer, that opposing magnetic flow is diverted through a larger magnetic frame which has a much lower resistance to magnetic flow and which, as a result, bleeds off the problem flux, sending it through secondary coil 2 in the diagram above. This pretty much isolates the input power from any opposition, resulting in a massive improvement in the operation efficiency.

In the patent document, Thane quotes a prototype test which had a primary coil winding with 2.5 ohms resistance, carrying 0.29 watts of power. The secondary coil 1 had a winding with 2.9 ohms resistance, receiving 0.18 watts of power. The Resistive load 1 was 180 ohms, receiving 11.25 watts of power. The secondary coil 2 had a winding with 2.5 ohms resistance, and received 0.06 watts of power. Resistive load 2 was 1 ohm, receiving 0.02 watts of power. Overall, the input power was 0.29 watts and the output power 11.51 watts, which is a COP of 39.6 and while the document does not mention it directly, the primary coil should be driven at it’s resonant frequency.

A variation of this arrangement is to attach an outer toroid to the existing bi-toroid arrangement, like this:

This prototype, as you can see, is fairly simple construction, and yet, given an input power of 106.9 milliwatts, it produces an output power of 403.3 milliwatts, which is 3.77 times greater.

This is something which needs to be considered carefully. Conventional science say that “there is no such thing as a free meal” and with any transformer, you will get less electrical power out of it than you put into it. Well, this simple looking construction demonstrates that this is not the case, which shows that some of the dogmatic statements made by present day scientists are completely wrong.

This version of Thane’s transformer is made like this:

The way that off-the-shelf transformers work at the moment is like this:

When a pulse of input power is delivered to Coil 1 (called the “Primary winding”), it creates a magnetic wave which passes around the frame or “yoke” of the transformer, passing though Coil 2 (called the “Secondary winding”) and back to Coil1 again as shown by the blue arrows. This magnetic pulse generates an electrical output in Coil 2, which flows through the electrical load (lighting, heating, charging, video, or whatever) providing it with the power which it needs to operate.

This is all well and good but the catch is that the pulse in Coil 2 also generates a magnetic pulse, and unfortunately, it runs in the opposite direction, opposing the operation of Coil 1 and causing it to have to boost it’s input power in order to overcome this backward magnetic flow:

This is what makes current scientific “experts” say that the electrical efficiency of a transformer will always be less than 100%.

Thane has overcome that limitation by the simple and elegant technique of diverting that backward pulse of magnetism and channelling it through an additional magnetic path of lower resistance to magnetic flow through it. The path is arranged so that Coil 1 has no option but to send it’s power through the frame as before, but the return pulse takes a much easier path which does not lead back to Coil 1 at all. This boosts the performance way past the 100% mark, and 2,300% has been achieved quite readily (COP=23). The additional path is like this:

Not shown in this diagram are the reverse pulses from Coil 3. These follow the easier outside path, opposing the unwanted back pulse from coil 2. The overall effect is that from Coil 1’s point of view, the tiresome back pulses from Coil2 have suddenly disappeared, leaving Coil 1 to get on with the job of providing power without any hindrance.

This simple and elegant modification of the humble transformer, converts it into a free-energy device which boosts the power used to drive it and outputs much greater power. Congratulations are due to Thane for this technique.

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  1. Thank you for thi great explenation, I just watched a tutorial and now it is clear for me. When the Back EMF of the secondaries doesn’t reach the primary one this last one only consumes reactive power.I just ask myself with a high COP to have 4000 W output, how big must it be?

    • Dr. Grbovic
    • February 27th, 2013

    Dear Gentlemen,
    As a professional with more than 15 years of experience in academia and industry, I have to say that all this story about Bi Toroidal Transformer and efficiency above 100% (even above 1000%!!!) is absolutely nonsense. All of us very well know that efficiency cannot be above 100%. That is the fact. All the tests and measurements done by third party (Dr. Fusina from Defense Research Lab) are also completely wrong. I asked Thane to send me one transformer to do test and measure real efficiency, but it seems, he does not like that idea.
    What he made is just a transformer with very high leakage inductance, nothing else. That is reason why the power factor is almost zero. And, to measure the input power when the power factor is also zero is very difficult. Especially difficulty using primitive method and equipment he uses. The input power must be measured using completely different methodology. Then, you will see, the efficiency is not above 100%, not at all. If I have a chance to have transformer to test it, I will post the real efficiency data

    • Before taking such a stance one might like to read the following paper.

      Situation and Decision Briefing – A Manhattan Project Is Required to Rapidly Develop and Implement World-Wide Free EM Energy from the Active Vacuum

    • Paulo
    • September 12th, 2013

    O mundo está mudando, novas descobertas, novas tecnologias estão aparecendo, ninguém irá impedir, nem mesmo os poderosos do mundo.

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