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nasirsultanaasi
12-21-2012, 12:55 PM
Hi every one I am trying to replicate SSG energizer but still didn't get success
i also up loaded my circuit diagram so it would b easy for me and you all bros to explain me i am 12 v 4ah batt coil is #20 swg and #24 swg with 350 turns filled with iron nails when connect top side of coil to +ve of batt it repels the rotor but when attach it with circuit it didnt show any thing plz help me and first tell me is the circuit is ok or not

harctan
12-22-2012, 02:08 PM
From your picture it looks like you have connected it in attraction mode. Try connecting the top of your drive coil (#20) to the +ve of the battery and the bottom of the coil to the collector of the transistor. In that case the top of the trigger coil (#24) should be connected to the pot that is in series with the resistance and the base of the transistor and the bottom of the trigger coil to the emitter. Also, just in case you didn't know this, the ssg is not self-starting, you need to give it a spin by hand to get it going. If it still doesn't work check your transistor just to be sure.

BroMikey
02-14-2014, 10:45 PM
Hi every one I am trying to replicate SSG energizer but still didn't get success
i also up loaded my circuit diagram so it would b easy for me and you all bros to explain me i am 12 v 4ah batt coil is #20 swg and #24 swg with 350 turns filled with iron nails when connect top side of coil to +ve of batt it repels the rotor but when attach it with circuit it didnt show any thing plz help me and first tell me is the circuit is ok or not

Hello I hope your replication came out well. Also here is an SSG that runs itself.

Directory:Bedini SG:Self-Runner - PESWiki (http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Bedini_SG:Self-Runner)


The output energy is small but it does work according to these guys.

What I heard so far was that for a several thousand dollar expenditure in kits and batteries, tools, etc the replicator is recovering some free energy from the spikes. Just how much is not readily available information.

The idea is great and down the road these concept wheels should be exchanged for say a 10 pole or 30 pole where a house could run off of these machines.

The extra mechanical energy is said to be 26 percent and the Generator coils recover this energy and convert to the electric form and recycles it back to the run and charge batteries..

Mike

BroMikey
02-15-2014, 02:37 AM
Here is a great must read for spiking a battery and moving IONS. Here we see that the term Negative Resistor can apply to an Oscillator that inductively energizes a battery.

New Page 1 (http://www.icehouse.net/john1/index101.htm)

Charge density is address here as well so if your battery does not hold more power than it is rated for you have not conditioned it. Or you are not aware of it.

One of John Bedini's video's shows an experiment where he has 2 plates of lead stuck down into a glass jar. One set of plates on the left and another set of plates on the right.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sF5AB7NF51k

One is being charged with a conventional charger such as a automotive battery charger. Other chargers of this type would include boost type switch-mode or wall adapter chargers. In these types of charges the negative resistor does not operate as these are designed to only produce standard DC (Direct current).

The plates being charged this way by John are shown and create a rough surface. Based on these factors conventional battery rating are produced.

However the other set of identical plates in the jar that is being energized through the negative resistance circuitry are shown to be much much smoother having and creating a greater number of passage ways for energy to be held in them.

Thus charge density is increased. Read the article above for further clarity.

Simple boost chargers and block transformers are second rate by comparison.

These thoughts are important for those building and using the negative resistor to energize a battery as this is the way to measure results. This is how our questions are answered when the builder is wondering if they were successful.

We are told it doesn't show up on the meters, fine. But it shows up on the battery and this is one way to know where we stand.

I have lots of batteries that all exhibit these high density characteristics. Several 100 ah batteries give me 170ah back and on down the line with my 28ah,32ah,35ah,55ah.

Also with the additional advancement in battery technology using ALUM as an electrolyte high charge densities are more easily reached.

Michael Rowland