Here is a Q&A from the Journal of Nuclear Physics today regarding the circuit shown in the E-Cat MiniSKLep livestream.
November 6, 2022 at 7:09 PM
Hi Dr. Rossi.
I’ve been following you since 2011. I can’t express how much I admire you and the enjoyment I get reading these exchanges every day.
You mentioned that the same type of light used in the longevity test emits 300 lumen. I read that LED lights emit 80-100 lumen / watt. Does that mean your test light is consuming between 3-4 watts? Are you able to measure that on your other setup?
Thanks for your hard work and dedication!
November 7, 2022 at 7:25 AM
Thank you for your kind support to our Team.
I prefer to assume very conservatively a power of 1 Watt, while the Ecat SKLep consumes 0.004 Wh/h
The COP is 250 and it is electric, not thermal.
Rossi often uses the designation Wh/h when most people would simply use W. So he is saying that a ‘very conservative’ estimation of the LED in the livestream is that it ordinarily would consume 1 W of power.
The current display when I check the livestream these days is almost always at 0.000 amps, while the voltage is almost always at 10.01. So with this calculation, AR is making a conservative assumption that the actual current is 0.0004 amps.