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Old 10-17-2015, 02:20 AM
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My 4 Foot Bedini

Hi this is WHY_ME

4 foot bedini on youtube.

@Aaron WHY_ME cannot seem to get on to this group other than by private

message. Could you please correct this problem that WHY_ME has been

having now for sometime. I told him to email you but that does not work.

Either way some do have difficulty getting the site to function where they

are, it did happen to me also.

Thank You Aaron for all of your hard work to keep all of the people connected.


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WHY_ME's account looks fine and he should be able to post.

What error messages if any is he getting?
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WHY_ME's account looks fine and he should be able to post.

What error messages if any is he getting?
I am not sure, he can see this, so maybe he will email me again

privately and I will relay to you. Or maybe he not use to the site.

You got me Aaron, but as always you are as fast as the Minutemen were

and will do your best to see why WHY_ME is not able to post anything.

Maybe he is not responding to emails already of the forum, instead

is trying to learn how to start his own thread? We will see.

Are you there WHY_ME??? LET ME KNOW.
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24 volts?

Can you run an eight circuit Bedini on 24 volts? Will the charge batteries need to be 24 volts? What about component upgrading, watts....etcetera.
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7 coilers run 8 transistors

My first coil that I bought is a 7 coiler. I used 7 transistors on the circuit board. It holds eight. I bought another 7 coiler and used it in parallel with the first coil. Works great. Then I added the eighth transistor. I unhooked the first pair of wires at the first transistor, then used one wire each for the first and eighth transistor. Now my 7 coilers run an 8 circuit Bedini.
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I don't know on the circuit configurations.

Nice solid Bedini. How many batteries can it keep charged up?

I saw your video and it sounded like you were saying that you could

take power off the battery while it was running. That is a powerful

build. I will be interested to know what all of those magnets do.
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Parallel coils

Each 8 transistor circuit board runs 2 coils in parallel. I use 4 circuits presently. The coils are side by side, touching at the plastic spool. When you stand in front of the wheel, looking through the magnets, you can see the coils side by side. This is just as wide as the magnets and causes more magnetic push pull of the magnetic field being generated by the coils in parallel.
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Each 8 transistor circuit board runs 2 coils in parallel. I use 4 circuits presently.

How many batteries can it keep charged up?

I saw your video and it sounded like you were saying that you could

take power off the battery while it was running. That is a powerful

build. I will be interested to know what all of those magnets do.
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Will be watching and waiting for more from you! Perhaps you would be so kind as to turn off the background sound so we can give you full attention in your next video?
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Repulsion mode

I had to put one pair of coils in repulsion mode to make them magnetically in phase with the other 3 pair. It got a little faster. Just remember to switch the trigger coil(s) to their opposite placements and your repulsion mode circuit will run cool.
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24 volts?

I hooked up the circuits to 24 volts and I use a 24 volt battery buffer. Two 12 volt batteries connected. The main source is 24 volts at 1000 amps, so the two 12 volt battery buffer is required. The circuits run a little bit warmer, but not much. The wheel spins a whole lot faster and the 24 volt charging causes the charge batteries, (12+12) to charge incredibly fast. This afternoon the charge batteries were down to 3.12 volts from 32 volts, I used fans and a spot light for that detail. I turned on the wheel, gave it a push and 45 minutes later I had a full charge of 32 volts. I then had to turn it off. My next step is for loading the wheel down with the generators and drive chain. If it holds, good, if not then I will add more coils and circuits until this happens. In the future I will replace all the MJL21194 transistors with FJL6920 transistors. I will also replace the diodes with 1N5408 and upgrade the resistors in wattage.

Here is an engineering note for TeslaGenX circuit boards, the primary negative has a circuit trace between the 2 post positions, use a thick, copper wire to physically connect the two spots on the board. It will help to do this if you plan on amping the circuitry.
The board is well designed and I offer this for future experimenters who might wish to follow this experiment.
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You can. Depending on the coils determine what best voltage to apply... as you go to higher inductance coils (ie. longer windings) you'll see a need to go higher in voltage to get the same sort of rpm back out of the rotored version...

If you go to fatter wires that are shorter, then you'll see a need to drop volts... otherwise the transistors burn up... I did a 3 x 14awg stator... and when I took it to 24vdc input it burned up the mjls. There does seem to be a curve that can be plotted for best input to output being realized...

one other tidbit regarding bedini... his inductive trigger tends to get his circuits to fire using 1/3rd of the first time constant as the total ON time... and it seems to be that effect that gets the best Collection into the charge batteries or the collector cap, whatevers synching the output. (that 1/3rd of the total time constant is as applied to the solenoids inductance measure thats being used in the circuit... its that L's single TC that has 1/3 of it used as the ON time... )

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No new video yet. I feel the money crunch. I charge a 1000 amp hour bank in a day and there is no smelly gas to tell since the last three charge sessions. They are in good shape and I run the wheel on a bank of 8 batteries, 24 volts at around 50 aH. It lasts about 24 hours before recharging is needed. I plan solar recharging for that using amorphous panels if possible.

I will try more sharing later.
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No new video yet. I feel the money crunch. I charge a 1000 amp hour bank in a day and there is no smelly gas to tell since the last three charge sessions. They are in good shape and I run the wheel on a bank of 8 batteries, 24 volts at around 50 aH. It lasts about 24 hours before recharging is needed. I plan solar recharging for that using amorphous panels if possible.

I will try more sharing later.

Solar coupled with the SSG can be a highly efficient scheme for
energizing batteries so 100 percent conversion may be possible.

Also I would like to stress for those who are willing to experiment
that John Bedini has publicly added that he uses magnetic
gates in his more advanced models. See the 2010 convention.

Also from the very beginning John Bedini used GENERATOR COILS
as the next step in the beginner designs. If the Generator coils
are done right these coils increase rotor torque even in a shorted
condition lowering input power for no explainable reason.

Most conventional thought keeps us thinking that the GENERATOR
COILS drag down the rotor and energy returning is less than the
input. That is incorrect. That is not how the GENERATOR COILS
should work.

We are after a delayed LENZ effect so 3-5 times longer GENERATOR
COILS store energy till after TDC when the energy is then released
to assist rotor action.

I know this is only a small entry but this is a mouth full, trust me.

Experiment with very long very thin wire gauge coils in a shorted
condition to prove out this idea. THANE HEINS also talks about
this delayed LENZ that JOHN BEDINI used, but THANE explained
what is going on much more clearly.

Little by little the answers will come. Enough GENERATOR COILS
added to an SSG can make it a self runner and much more but
not the way we all have been thinking. It is a trade secret.

If you have an SSG and desire it to self run, add a large coil
somewhere around the frame that is very very long and very thin
wire. Trial and error is one way to arrive at the optimum length.

Low RPM machines need very long windings.

Maybe wind it to long and also remember to wind it BIFILAR or
even TRIFILAR adding the end of one coil to the beginning
of the next to increase self capacitance.

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This is what your battery bank hook up should resemble.
If you charge them with chargers, the cable clamps are indicated.
This is a 24 volt bank used for running the 4 foot Bedini.
It has to last at least 24 hours before recharging.
When used with solar charging, it would be necessary.
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This is the type of batteries that I charge using my 4 foot Bedini.
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This is the type of inverter that is used for emergency situations.
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Attachment 16998

Hook ups from the 4 foot Bedini.

I can only upload one photo at a time, so each photo needs a post.
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This is what your battery bank hook up should resemble.
If you charge them with chargers, the cable clamps are indicated.
This is a 24 volt bank used for running the 4 foot Bedini.
It has to last at least 24 hours before recharging.
When used with solar charging, it would be necessary.
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It looks like good work. You have been a busy man. A man
of few words. My batteries cost me good money

Your 4 foot Bedini energizer (Like my Energizer) will make
your batteries live longer that you and I will.
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An analog meter showing the voltage during a recharge. Not there yet.
Aaron, I do not understand why the photos come out sideways, but if you can correct them, thanks.
Never mind
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The digital read out of the charge at each inverter. The same charge is being applied to the batteries. Again, not there yet. The full desulfation charge is 32.4 volts for about three hours or when the voltage changes.
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BroMikey, yeah, I get my batteries out of Cracker Jack boxes like you do. Popped caramel corn with peanuts and a free prize! Ha!

Crappy practitioner of engineering. Who cares? It works and I have used it several million times. Ha!
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Gettem anyway way you can. But keeping them alive
is another subject. John Bedini showed me how to win
that war against sulfation build up.

My very favorite way of hitting a battery is with a cap
dumb, but there are times I use the SG function or
is my case SSSG without the flying magnets.

Most of the time I like to send a GENMODE wave into
my caps to smack my banks with. I get a lot of power
out of my systems when it come time to drain energy.

If you look around like John B. did years ago you can
get the large batteries that have been set aside due
to improper handling where companies will discard an
entire array. I have found that over 80 percent of these
batteries will revive.

Thank you John Bedini, for your battery technology.
Another thing I love about John B. teaching is that
when you understand the amounts in terms of what
batteries hold, you are in a better position to see OU
collections.

Many people think they might have a small amount of
OU to offer in their experimental systems but have not
learned to run basic calculations in joule counts.

John Bedini has offered a practical system that I use
but without his direction I would still be wandering around
looking for an OU understanding. This is because there is
no one else who can bring their units down to the common
man's level.

Because of this advantage of having one working device we
can now hang out hoping for others. I like magnet motors as
well, such as the REGENX.

What has really occupied my thoughts lately is how magnets
can be tapped to harness unlimited power.
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She's a big one! Great work Mike!

Hey BroMikey!

Love the large size Bedini wheel. Wish i had that kind of room to work on my set up. Becoming difficult to put my hands on components for lack on space.

I am struggling to conceptualize the best way to have my 4 independent generator coils contribute to the COP at this moment. I've done testing with simply rectifying them through a bridge and then cap dumping them on to a separate bank (not the primary). I think what the gen coils need in order to contribute best is an actual load. Something to actually draw current and add a negative mechanical torque on the moving rotor (which the bedini motor handles very well without great losses in efficiency). So in simply adding them to the input primary, unless my primary batteries are struggling in amp hours to provide the input wattage to move the rotor, the draw and drag on the rotor through the gen coils seems to be very minimal. Admittedly, i haven't experimented with looping the gen coils into the primary to test this yet. But this is where i'm at, at this point in my research, and i'll be testing different configurations of the gen coils in my set up over the next few weeks.

My main goal, over a period of time, is to properly document the radiant charging condition, and its effect on the charging banks and their amp hour output. We can show very clearly that charging with cold radiant current is far less destructive than positive ion charging and does not sulfate the plates, posts, or boil the battery electrolyte off. In effect, typically negative current appears to have the opposite result, so that benefit is very obvious. What i lack is a long term method, and instrumentation to show the differential in the amp hours of a charged battery of the same type through radiant energey and another with positive ions. I've witnessed a considerable difference through simple observation, but will need to add data logging instrumentation in order to make any serious claims. I have no problem stating that the current potential (ie 1 watt of radiant current compared to 1 watt of positive ion current) is vastly different. And were i to try and charge my primary (strictly positive ion banks) with the same wattage of positive current that i use to charge my secondary banks with radiant current, they would hardly gain any amp hours at all. The effectiveness of radiant energy to move the stored amps with less current is very clear IMO.

I just felt like rambling a bit and thought i'd jump in on your thread for a comment or two. I'm posting on the R-charge thread in this category for anyone interested, but might start my own thread in this category and leave the R-charge one for others to post in. BroMikey, i just wanted to say its great to see someone working and sharing on this line of experimentation. Also very much appreciate that your listening to Infowars! I do the same while working on my projects. funny thing, i turned on Alex at the end of my latest video, but my motor noise was drowning out the audio. lol Thanks for sharing sir, and keep up the hard research.

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Hey Darcy

Good to see you DUDE That 4' motor is not mine, I helped
with posting it. WHYME is the proud owner. I have some large
coils for the SSSG.

On the big rigs I believe a REGENX style generator coil placed
on the energizer IS the same thing, if you understand the
REGENX delayed Lenz?

If you have noticed everyone explains these motor actions
differently than the next. The bottom-line? The GENERATOR
coils are father longer (LIKE THE REGENX COILS) and delay the
release of the coils magnetic energy stored AS voltage.

A long coil built to act as a capacitor. Well is holds the field
til the approx 135 degree mark after TDC.

If you or anyone has a large Bedini energizer could add
the generator coils so as to add more energy to the rotor.

I don't know how easy that could be done with some systems
because of the lack of space so add another rotor maybe?

Just thinking out loud again. I have followed your video's
and want to thank you for your gifts over the years.


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My mistake BroMikey

Ha! Shows how distracted i can be. lol I should have realized. I had visited this thread a little while ago and then returned under the assumption that the 4' was yours Mikey. I should have known, but i forgot. :P

All the same, I still remember you from other threads as well as the r-charge one. So the gen coils are going to be a finer gauge of wire. I had that thought when considering my purchase of magnet wire but decided to follow Rick's lead and his gen coils.

One thing i know for certain. I'll be removing my 4 gen coils and rewinding them regardless. The wire i received off of ebay was short and unspooled in a big mess. i had to splice it together to finish my gen coils and even had to add a different grade of 18 gauge wire to try and fill one of them. 2 are not fully wound and they all have vastly different impedance values. not good. so i'm starting from scratch on them. I really want to research the best method of drawing maximum current from them. The idea of adding more to the drive shaft has also occured to me. As their positioning could be much closer in relationship to the magnets than the drive coils need to be IMO. that is only a guess.

Anyway, i'll stop hijacking your thread for WHY_ME and continue my rambling on the new one i started.
{edit - I'm reading and learning from your RegenX thread right now - a lot to learn there for me on phase shifting the output from the gen coils. I'm familiar with phase shifting current through capacitance, but not certain on all the variables that need to be considered with new Gen coils as of yet. Even understanding the resistance load that i'm planning to account for in the end is a trick at this point. I do realize all things must be planned carefully to achieve a reduction in the lenz effect and have positive results... lots to study on here}

Great to hear back from you so swiftly. I'll be watching closer.

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Hijacked! Oh My!!

Add as much information as you can. Just send me money. The 4 foot is put together rather cheaply using all the spare wood leftovers that I have. The other components have taken years and extreme saving to obtain the accumulation so far. I do not go to the movies, take a vacation, cruises, buy new cars, clothes or any fancy gadgets. I can only save money after food, water, electricity and land taxes. Needless to say, very little.

The 4 foot Bedini is my first Bedini build. I used the roller skate model and increased the size.

When I add more to the build,I will post here.

Good work Dude. You, Bromikey and I need to move to the same acre land plot and use our resources together. Bring pretty ladies...who have there own money. GRINNING
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Add as much information as you can. Just send me money. The 4 foot is put together rather cheaply using all the spare wood leftovers that I have. The other components have taken years and extreme saving to obtain the accumulation so far. I do not go to the movies, take a vacation, cruises, buy new cars, clothes or any fancy gadgets. I can only save money after food, water, electricity and land taxes. Needless to say, very little.

The 4 foot Bedini is my first Bedini build. I used the roller skate model and increased the size.

When I add more to the build,I will post here.

Good work Dude. You, Bromikey and I need to move to the same acre land plot and use our resources together. Bring pretty ladies...who have there own money. GRINNING
Hey Why_Me! You are so right my friend! You have no idea how much i would like that. Your set up is looking great by the way. I don't have a lot of resources, but can always help with any extras i might have. I'm laid off of work (oil field related contracts) at the moment. Like you, i'm doing my best to stay afloat these days. :P Haven't been out in months and had to quit my one habit of the occasional hoot (since Dec). Just couldn't afford it any more. I'm lucky to have bought super cheap property in a remote town and paid for my home in a couple years while business was good. I've poured every other cent i've had into renewable research to be honest. The rest i spend on good food and nutrients for my cat Trip and I. Infowars health has given me back my health.
You have no idea how much i would appreciate the company of like minded people in my life. I feel like i'm on an island of my own up here in Manitoba, Canada. People have the worst cases of cognitive dissidence in this province (socialistic NDP government set foundations in 70s and 80s) and seem to actually enjoy keeping their heads down while singing the songs their told to. It's surreal and feels like i'm trapped in some sort of crappy 'B' movie. :P In reality its driven me away from most of the really good friends i've known and grown up with all my life. I've tried too hard to wake them up and they prefer having their heads buried snugly in the sand, while accusing me of having mine up in the clouds. lol. Its a real paradox. No joke, I spend a lot of time considering liquidating and moving to some where there are real thinking individuals. I place a very high value on freedom and independence.

I'm currently saving to purchase MJL4281 transistors to replace my MJL21194's and have i'm shopping for some faster diodes to replace my 1N5408's as per good info from BroMikey. Like you, I have to budget the purchase first. I'm excited to make any improvement that i can. Depending on your running frequency, you might be interested in some of the good ones (MJL21194) that come out? But i wouldn't blame you if you weren't? I'll document my replacement in a video when i do it and if you interested let me know.

Thanks for sharing your build Why_me. I look forward to keeping in touch here. Keep your radio tuned.
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I put in some mechanical devices that I already had. A light switch that I already had for the main power to and from the run batteries, putting wire caps on the end of soldered and connected wires. Testing a capacitor in parallel with the charge batteries, the buffer battery side. Also putting up a retarded avatar photo. Update complete.
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