I found out some good info:

  1. The load has to consume more than the input voltage.
  2. The load needs to be one directional.
  3. You need to have a return path for both side of the supply cap.


The circuit we start with no power


We charge the driver coil


The output coil charges the opposite and the base side charges to 0.7 volts less than supply turning off the transistor


feeding back into the capacitor which as a fluke is greater potential than the supply from the BEMF

It’s all a balancing act power used vs. power gained I currently have it down to where it reads 0 uA on my digital meter set to 2000 uA scale ( reads to one uA )

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