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Old 03-26-2014, 03:49 AM
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Logical reason why no one couples generator coils with power coils???

So I've noticed that when you have a 'generator coil' standing alone, you don't get nearly as much 'juice' out of it as you do when you use a wire that is on the same coil as a 'power wire'. Ex. I have a Bedini SG set up with 2 coils, each is the original style of (1) 26ga and (1) 23 ga wire. They are 180 degrees from each other, if that really even matters, and there are (2) MJL21194G transistors (one for each 23ga wire) and I am running the extra trigger wire as a generator wire into a bridge rectifier, and then back to the 'run' battery. Is there something wrong with doing this???

In previous experiments, I've noticed that having the generator wire on the same coil as a live power wire gives off more than 10X the voltage. on this setup, when i was running the one coil and tried the other at 180 degrees, using both wires as generator wires, I only got 600mV AC. But using the 26ga wire as generator while using the 23ga wire tied into the circuit, I'm getting in excess of 5V AC, depending on the speed.
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Old 03-26-2014, 04:09 AM
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I found a schematic that does exactly that, but with only one wire, everything all on one coil, and with a control circuit using cap dumps. It's titled "free energy control circuit"... too bad I don't have any H11D3's. If someone knows what I'm talking about, is there an alternative to those that I can use? And as for the resistors on the flip-flop, can they be 1/2W or do they need to be at least 3W?
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