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  • Bedini Circuit Vs Tesla Switch

    These are bedini circuit and tesla switch .
    I have tested with circuit simulator.

    You can see with your eyes these circuits running.

    BEDINI CIRCUIT:

    Circuit Simulator Applet


    TESLA SWITCH CIRCUIT:


    Circuit Simulator Applet


    I share with you the results.
    Last edited by tutanka; 03-12-2011, 12:42 PM.

  • #2
    Those 2 circuits are exactly the same. One is just drawn differently from the other. Neither one of them is the Bedini SSG nor the Tesla Switch. The SSG has a trigger circuit in it which shortens the on time to a quick pulse. The Tesla Switch has 4 or more batteries which switch from parallel to series and charge each other through a load.
    Just because someone disagrees with you does NOT make them your enemy. We can disagree without attacking someone. This means YOU especially BroMikey.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by citfta View Post
      Those 2 circuits are exactly the same. One is just drawn differently from the other. Neither one of them is the Bedini SSG nor the Tesla Switch. The SSG has a trigger circuit in it which shortens the on time to a quick pulse. The Tesla Switch has 4 or more batteries which switch from parallel to series and charge each other through a load.
      You think?? If these circuits are the same why I obtain different voltage and the main battery is charged only in tesla switch? Sorry but circuits are not identical!
      About tesla switch you have to interpeter better. I attach diagram for you.
      Last edited by tutanka; 08-13-2011, 12:05 PM.

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      • #4
        Tesla Principle

        Here is posted diagram of tesla principle that is used from my simulator circuit. I have apply tesla switch on electric motor because pulses from oscillator create BEMF and spykes altering ZERO Point Energy field in which that circuit is located, causing extra energy to flow into the circuit. The energy excess flow into the battery , charging it much more than would be expected, and at the same time, some of the excess energy flows into the load, powering it as well.
        Last edited by tutanka; 08-13-2011, 12:05 PM.

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        • #5
          potential differences

          The lightbulb will light if there is a potential difference between
          the batteries and that potential difference is enough with enough
          current for the bulb rating.

          That will work.

          If battery 1 is 14 volts and battery 2 is 12.5 volts, you will have
          1.5 volts to light a bulb at x current. Battery 2 will charge when bulb
          is lit.
          Sincerely,
          Aaron Murakami

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Aaron View Post
            The lightbulb will light if there is a potential difference between
            the batteries and that potential difference is enough with enough
            current for the bulb rating.

            That will work.

            If battery 1 is 14 volts and battery 2 is 12.5 volts, you will have
            1.5 volts to light a bulb at x current. Battery 2 will charge when bulb
            is lit.
            Was only an example for understand how tesla switch work. If you apply that principle on motor coil with rectifier diode the batteries have same voltage. You can test simple on simulator circuit increasing of decreasing on battery charge the voltage value.
            Last edited by tutanka; 03-13-2011, 09:44 AM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by tutanka View Post
              Was only an example for understand how tesla switch work. If you apply that principle on motor coil with rectifier diode the batteries have same voltage. You can test simple on simulator circuit increasing of decreasing on battery charge the voltage value.
              Replacing battery(ies) in a TS by coil(s)
              and then getting a kind of SSG
              cool way of looking at it



              /Hob
              Hob Nilre
              http://www.youtube.com/nilrehob

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              • #8
                Originally posted by nilrehob View Post
                Replacing battery(ies) in a TS by coil(s)
                and then getting a kind of SSG
                cool way of looking at it



                /Hob
                Is my opinion that ZPE is responsible of extra energy, in fact is like opening an door of continuum space-time. Zero point energy is something that may sound complex but is fairly simple when you look into the details. It is actually the energy that can be found in a vacuum. Although there is often no matter in a vacuum, energy still exists in a background form. By using a magnetic field, you can harness that energy and convert it into useful energy that can be used within your household via a zero point energy generator. I think Parallel path motor/generator can open the door and can be used in association with tesla switch for extract more of the extra energy generated from ZPE.

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                • #9
                  Hi All,

                  I came across your forum and this post today and wanted to ask you if you have made any more progress on this Bedini free energy small generator info since 2008. Also is this considered a zero point generator?

                  Thank you

                  Maryellen

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                  • #10
                    I am looking for a clear version of the Bedini three battery circuit?

                    It the "Bit's" video on youtube it is very fuzzy... can not make the details out?

                    Hi Bits, can you point me to the circuit in your video?

                    How are replications going for this?

                    Is there a seperate thread for the Bedini three battery TS?

                    Hopes and Dreams....

                    Tj

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by tjnlsn255 View Post
                      I am looking for a clear version of the Bedini three battery circuit?

                      It the "Bit's" video on youtube it is very fuzzy... can not make the details out?

                      Hi Bits, can you point me to the circuit in your video?

                      How are replications going for this?

                      Is there a seperate thread for the Bedini three battery TS?

                      Hopes and Dreams....

                      Tj
                      Hi TJ, is this the one your looking for?

                      Not sure if there was a sperate thread other than the "use for the Tesla Switch thread".
                      Coming shortly will be some amazing Tesla Switch design that John Koorn and myself have been working on. Will will post them in the tesla switch thread and show them at the up coming conference in July.

                      Bit's
                      Last edited by Bit's-n-Bytes; 08-14-2011, 08:18 PM.

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                      • #12
                        Hi Bits,

                        Yes thank you very much, that is the one....

                        Is there a write up for this circuit?

                        How do the batteries get there position switched so that the charged one gets rotated through?

                        What does the test switch do?

                        Thanks again.....

                        Tj

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by tjnlsn255 View Post
                          Hi Bits,

                          Yes thank you very much, that is the one....

                          Is there a write up for this circuit?

                          How do the batteries get there position switched so that the charged one gets rotated through?

                          What does the test switch do?

                          Thanks again.....

                          Tj
                          This was a circuit John B. came up with in the early stages of our development of building the actual switch. It is described in great detail in the "Use for Tesla Switch" thread.

                          Thanks

                          Bit's

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                          • #14
                            Thanks Bits!

                            Excellent... I will go read that thread.

                            Wow... Bits.... this thread is very large.... how cool for JB to join the thread.....

                            OK looks like around page 14 it starts.... thanks again!

                            Hopes and Dreams.....

                            Tj
                            Last edited by tjnlsn255; 04-05-2011, 10:55 AM.

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