Phosphor-photovoltaic light source

So, yes! As I said in a previous article there are things in this world that seem incredible, some are pure fiction others are scamms and of course some are serious things, like this project made by me and I don’t know yet if it works.


I have attached a drawing, especially for all my fans from all over the world and not only, even for those from parallel universes and even those from other continents.


The basic idea is the same, the difference is that I could not sleep last night.
I will explain how this device works (if you have not already figured out) so gentlemen here we go:
The supercapacitor or rechargeable battery is precharged and inserted into the circuit. Ignore the diode (6) because it is pointless to explain what it does, since it does exactly what it has to do. The LED (5) illuminates both the photovoltaic cell, but also the phosphorescent plate, the light is absorbed by the photovoltaic cell both from the LED, and from the phosphorescent plate, which emits the absorbed light. At the base of this system is a slot through which the “lost” light can be reused eventually by exposing another photovoltaic plate of smaller dimensions.
Keep in mind that I do these experiments so that you don’t need to.