Make this EMF Pump and Go Ghost Hunting

EMF pump circuits are devices which are popularly used for the purpose of identifying paranormal activities or entities by generating rapidly rotating magnetic fluxes in the ether. The conventional devices use a spinning magnet fixed over a motor spindle, however these are mechanical types and are prone to wear and tear.

Introduction

The explained circuit is a solid state version of the above, more reliable with its operations and very effective with the forbidden tasks.It is said that paranormal entities become more energetic in the presence of strong electromagnetic zones, especially when the magnetic fluxes are rapidly varying in nature.

The magnetic fluxes enriches the existence of a paranormal being such that its presence becomes aggravated and quickly traceable using ordinary equipment like RF detector or EMF sniffers.

The presence of the paranormal being enhanced in such a manner makes animals particularly very uneasy, especially animals like dogs would instantly get hyper under such conditions.

The circuit can prove to be an excellent EMF pump device for immediately tracking ghosts and other supernatural activities.

Simulation and Working


The figure shows a circuit design built around the versatile IC 4017 which is a divide by 10 Johnsons decade counter IC.

You can learn more about this IC and its pin outs in one of my earlier posts, comprehensively explained about its installations in a circuit.

Basically a clock pulse fed at the clock input of the IC activates its outputs to go "high" in a sequencing manner from the first to its last pin out in the order.

Using IC 4060 as the Oscillator


The oscillator IC 4060 is configured as a clock generator and supplies the required clocks to the IC 4017.

Here we have used only three of the outputs because only three electromagnets have been involved.

In response to the applied clock pulses, the output from the IC move sequentially across the three outputs rapidly, cycling around as long as the clocks are being fed.

The outputs are applied to power transistors which in turn are connected with strong electromagnet assemblies.

When the outputs of the IC sequence, the transistors also switch sequentially, triggering the electromagnets in a cyclic motion.

The rapid switching of the electromagnets in a rotational motion generates a high power magnetic influx sufficient to invite the "uninvited" in the zone.

The power to the unit should be preferably taken from a 12V 1AH battery source.

For tracking paranormal activities, you can use this circuit in conjunction with the ghost detector circuit explained in one of earlier posts, together the devices will produce pin point results.



Parts List


R1 = 2M2
R2 = 1K
R3 = 1M
R4, R4, R5 = 220 OHMS
P1 = 100 POT
C1 = 10uF/25V NON POLAR
C2 = 1uF
T1,T2,T3 = TIP122 (Should be Mounted On Large Heatsinks)
IC1 = 4060
IC2 = 4017
ELECTROMAGNETS ARE HAND MADE TYPES

Electromagnet Fixing Details:


The three electromagnets should be fixed over a wooden board in the manner shown below, and the wires terminated to the relevant points of the assembled circuit.



The following images of the built prototype were sent to me by one of  the active readers of this blog, Mr. Dan.









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Comments

Swagatam said…
You are correct, ferrite works better at higher frequencies than iron core which might become too become hot just like an induction heating
Swagatam said…
mosfets are better than transistors no doubt, it can be used here for better efficiency, however transistors are also rated to work at much higher frequencies, so either will work, depends on what you have in hand.
Swagatam said…
mosfets and BJTs are both like switches, capable of switching frequencies right from 1Hz to Mhzs, so the switching speed is not a concern here for both the counterparts.

The diodes placed across the coils will desaturate the coils as quickly as they saturate, so that it's always ready for the new pulse.

In the above design, Pi, R2 and C1 together and individually determine the frequency rate, you can tweak them to get any desired frequency as per your requirement.
jrl124c said…
I'm trying to find a device or plans to build a device that will generate random EMF noise in the frequencies of 30 Hz - 100 Hz with an adjustable output of about 10 mG to 50 mG. The purpose is to disrupt the cellular oscillation caused by a constant 60 Hz high EMF in my house. Anyone have suggestions?
jrl124c said…
I'm trying to find a device or plans to build a device that will generate random EMF noise in the frequencies of 30 Hz - 100 Hz with an adjustable output of about 10 mG to 50 mG. The purpose is to disrupt the cellular oscillation caused by a constant 60 Hz high EMF in my house. Anyone have suggestions?
Swagatam said…
It can be done using a single 4060 IC, I'll try to present it in my blog soon.

thanks!
Unknown said…
In the circuit of the emf pump there are 3 diodes in parallel at the inductors, which are not mentioned in the list of components. That diodes are? Thank you
Swagatam said…
you can use 1N4007

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