The Philippine Department of Energy has tested Ismael Aviso’s electric car, showing that running off wall power, the 11 kW DC motor ran at 45% efficiency, but with Aviso’s on-board generator which harvests ambient energy from the surroundings, the motor ran at over 133% efficiency — overunity.
This is the first instance that a national D.O.E. has validated overunity of any kind outside of the conventional free energy technologies of solar, wind, geothermal, tide, biomass, where the source of energy is always obvious.
We are talking about an electric vehicle that can drive down the road without having to stop to re-charge, because the energy is derived onboard from the surroundings, in real time; in the tradition of Nikola Tesla’s Pierce Arrow.
The inventor, Ismael Aviso has posted videos showing himself and others driving his electric vehicle down the road, and the single 12-Volt battery that is connected to the 11-kilowatt DC motor doesn’t run down, but stays charged — more than full, at 13 volts, as measured periodically. Aviso estimates that once commercial, a retrofit of an existing vehicle might cost around $4,000 retail – and this would enable a once-petrol vehicle to be electric, with a battery pack that stays charged, even as it is driving down the road. The energy allegedly comes through an onboard antennae. In our last story, I posted a 1.5-hourinterview I had with him in which he described how the system works. Simply put, he said he combines the high frequency shorting effect pursued by Nikola Tesla, with the back EMF from the DC motor, to create a carrier wave to harness ambient energy. It is the extreme cutting edge of the free energy community; and now it has been validated by the Philippine DOE.
DOE Test Results
The Technology Application and Promotion Institute, a division of the Philippine Department of Energy, tested two technologies developed by Ismael Aviso: his electric car and his repelling force.
In testing the electric car, they compared the efficiency of the DC motor using a conventional power supply (MERALCO), to the efficiency of the DC motor using Aviso’s power source. Their measurement equipment included a dynamometer (which measures the torque produced by the spinning wheel); and oscilloscopes, to measure electrical output. They ran three tests of each type. As was expected, the efficiency of the DC motor using the conventional power supply coming from a wall outlet was 45%. More than half the energy is being wasted as back-EMF, resistance, and heat.
But with Aviso’s apparatus in place, the DC motor measured the efficiency as 133% — meaning that more energy was produced than was consumed; validating the claim of “self-running” (with unseen energy being harvested from the environment). In his preparatory meeting with them last week, he told them that the “conventional” mode will show the DC motor running at its rated efficiency of around 65%, while the Aviso mode will show at least 90% efficiency; and he told them he wouldn’t be surprised if it showed 140% efficiency – very clearly harnessing energy from the surroundings. Now today, he nearly reached the 140% high projected. In the repelling force test, his mode of propelling a one kilogram weight 33 feet in the air consumed four times less energy than by means of an ordinary low speed motor. Aviso said the full test results report will be made available next week, after which they will recommend the funding of his technology (not by the Philippine government, which does not have the budget for this, but by qualified third parties).
Aviso provided the following video of today’s testing, most of it in time-lapse mode to speed up the video.