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Old 11-17-2010, 04:19 PM
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Gray Motor

That Motor is not the Gray motor it is the orignal Cole Motor. You know why It is useing a Delco Generator.
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....Sorry for interrupting the flow....

John Bedini is making his first public demonstration in 20+ years, and now this....

What appears to be a complete Gray motor has been found.....

YouTube - EV Gray Motor Found!

Did I miss the memo? Did the powers that be lift the ban on these technologies? Its been said that big things come in threes.....whats next?

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Marvin Cole / Ed Gray machines

John Riley has that motor and he has a bunch of other machines from
Zetex like the trigger carts, etc...

But to my understanding from Mark McKay's documentation that this
motor you see in the video has been changed. The coils were rewound
with larger wire and other changes so that it is not an "overunity"
machine anymore.

If Mark sees this, maybe he can elaborate on that. I heard John R.
wants like $250,000 for all those machines but none are "free energy".
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Aaron,
I see your point but that motor is not worth anything except historical detail Nothing can be learned from it. Peter already gave everybody the answer on how the real systems works so why use high voltage. Hope you had a good time. But if people do not get what was said to them then good luck for power in the future. We need to talk anyway when you get a chance.
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Here is my coil design Matt is talking about.

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Hi Bits,
We tried to comprehend this ourselves for quite some time after reading your posts and studying your schematic. We’ve wound them forward backward, flip-flopped the coils (N toward wheel then south toward wheel) in both configurations. We even made a coil where you could slip the inner reverse wound coil in and out to flip it over on-the-fly. we did this with both the “forward wound” and “reverse wound” inner coil.

We could not record any difference in either charging, speed of the rotor, or output of the pick up coil due to the direction of the wind.

We rectified to a cap for pulsing to a battery, rectified to a load, and used an A/C light w/o rectifying at all. We used our 3PM kit w/ 26 awg for inner and outer winds. We also tried 29, 32 , and 40 awg for the inner wind.

Our only thought is that we are still doing something wrong. I thought somewhere you may have mentioned that on your build, it is countering the BEMF. And does not steal the energy created by the “spike” for lack of better terms here – sorry. Is there anything else you recommend we can try?
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John,

I'm looking forward to people doing some replications based on Peter's talk.
Even people that didn't get to the conference can get the dvd in about 2
weeks or so as far as I know - plus it is a fairly inexpensive machine to
build the way Peter shows in the slides. When I get a chance, I want
to do this same build.

I'd like to do a smaller version of your monster machine too. That was
completely over the top in more than one way! lol

Yes - I had an INCREDIBLE time! Was lots of fun, I learned a lot and met
a bunch of really incredible people.

I'll give you a call.
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@ Aaron,
Thank you for your attempted clarification of the Big Question, I do have a good picture yet wordless in expression, feels like when trying to describe the color blue. One day we eradicate the all of the speculations.

What's up with the GE PR?.
My first attempted replication was the Bearden MEG. Boy do I have a story to tell. Ultra-efficient transformer cores made with Honeywell's METGLAS amorphous metal is non existent today. I followed the GE trail, now Hitatchi has a totally different composition

@ John Bedini,
Could you please look over my attempt replication of the Watson and provide pointers if you may.
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Here is my coil design Matt is talking about.

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Thanks Jeff - I started to tune out of the Tesla Switch thread when it got
into all the programming so I didn't keep up with it. I've never learned about
the digital circuits.

@All, the reversed winding deal - a friend of mine in N Idaho is a mechanical
engineer. His partner died several years back and was an EE that helped to
develop a lot of the communications equipment for the Apollo missions.

They had a coil wound on a tube and inside that was another coil that
slipped inside of that on another tube. I think it was in that caduceus
coil type of arrangement. It was
able to pick up and/or interfere with SR71 (blackbird) communications, which of course
is classified. I don't even know if they still fly those things. Used to see
them (mostly heard them) on a daily basis when I lived on Kadena AFB
on Okinawa around 76-77. They took off every day in the afternoon.

They got their hand slapped hard for that one. I don't know
anything about radio frequency circuits so not sure how all
that works but just an example of interesting things that happen with
opposed windings.
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able to pick up and/or interfere with SR71 (blackbird) communications, which of course
is classified. I don't even know if they still fly those things. Used to see
them (mostly heard them) on a daily basis when I lived on Kadena AFB
on Okinawa around 76-77. They took off every day in the afternoon.

They got their hand slapped hard for that one. I don't know
anything about radio frequency circuits so not sure how all
that works but just an example of interesting things that happen with
opposed windings.
I used to maintain the equipment for this bird, and my boss in the millitary was a pilot of them. Well ahead of its time. Aaron, whats really hard to see is the same aircraft you used to work on, hanging in a museum. Its true.

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What's up with the GE PR?.
Just goes to show that there actually are over 1.0 cop machines being
made by most large companies like that. Such as refrigerators,
geothermal heat pumps, etc... They all violate classical thermodynamics.

So just about everyone has "overunity" machines and never even knew
it.

Anyone can go to the dept of energy website and see all the cop ranges
for these kind of systems.

I've seen heat pumps overseas rated at more than COP 7.0. Not sure if
they're going to bring them into the U.S. at that high of output. When
they get into these kind of ranges, they can be made to self run.

There are even heat pump hot water heaters you can sit on top of your
hot water tank. They draw 600 watts and make as much hot water as
3000 watts normal resistive elements. That is a COP of 5.0. Heat moves
for free - that is natures free contribution but you still have to invest
something to start the partnership going between what you are providing
and what nature is providing. Most heat pump hot water heaters in the
states are not much more than 3.0~3.5 or so.

So anyone griping about there not being any over 1.0 cop machines
is out of touch with reality and simply don't know how to recognize one
when it is right in front of them.

Of course heat systems are the "quintessential" over 1.0 cop system as
the cop concept was created for them.

For example, even Wiki the fake encyclopedia states:
Coefficient of performance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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A geothermal heat pump operating at COPheating 3.5 provides 3.5 units of heat for each unit of energy consumed (i.e. 1 kWh consumed would provide 3.5 kWh of output heat). The output heat comes from both the heat source and 1 kWh of input energy, so the heat-source is cooled by 2.5 kWh, not 3.5 kWh.


A heat pump of COPheating 3.5, such as in the example above, could be less expensive to use than even the most efficient gas furnace.
A heat pump cooler operating at COPcooling 2.0 removes 2 units of heat for each unit of energy consumed (e.g. an air conditioner consuming 1 kWh would remove heat from a building's air at a rate of 2 kWh).


The COP of heat pumps (300%-350% efficient) make them much more efficient than high-efficiency gas-burning furnaces (90-99% efficient), and electric heating (100%).



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Of course they are incorrectly using 300%-350% "efficient" as efficiency
would be TOTAL INPUT (what you pay + what nature gives) compared to
output. COP does NOT include what natures inputs. Just what you

pay compared to all the output. So Wiki gets the COP right but calling it
300%-350% "efficient" is wrong.


All the heat pumps are under 100% efficient because there are still losses
when running the compressor, etc... but they're over 1.0 cop.


So bottom line... anyone that owns a refrigerator and is wondering when
they'll ever see an over 1.0 cop machine quite simply doesn't even have
the qualifications to be a skeptic.
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here are some pictures of the big system, just being reported
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some lovely pictures there. i hope people will keep posting more.
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Just goes to show that there actually are over 1.0 cop machines being
made by most large companies like that. Such as refrigerators,
geothermal heat pumps, etc... They all violate classical thermodynamics.
So just about everyone has "overunity" machines and never even knew
it.
Anyone can go to the dept of energy website and see all the cop ranges
for these kind of systems.
I've seen heat pumps overseas rated at more than COP 7.0. Not sure if
they're going to bring them into the U.S. at that high of output. When
they get into these kind of ranges, they can be made to self run.
Water Furnace Has Geothermal heat pumps in those ranges already. They have commercial products for refrigeration and heat that they claim is as high as a COP of 10.
American Made!
The one I own has a COP of 5.7 . $15 a month to run on an average use in a normal home.

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Some Pic's of Rick's Lawn Mower, Electrical, OU, window motor driven.


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PS Get these pic's while you can as I have to delete to make more space.
Hey jeff,

Did you remove the pics already? Can you email them to me please?


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I took some time to post a review of the 2010 r-charge conference in Coeur'dAline here.

Enjoy and please comment here or there as you can.

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Hi Sandy,

Thanks for posting your review. I did not attend but wish I had.

A couple of commemts:
1. Renaissance did not make a profit on this at all. Rick claims he lost $50k
2. Why didn't you you take the time to assemble the kit you bought at the Sand Point conference? I think you would have got more out of the conference if you had a basic understanding of radiant energy.
3. John's surprise monopole is not just "another monopole motor". It is a modern version of the Watson machine - self-runner that also charges batteries.
4. The conference was limited to 500 people, not 250.
5. Bit's name is Jeff. He posts here a lot.
6. The conference schedule was published online at Renaissance Charge November 2010 Alternative Energy Conference and also had a link on the Truth In Heart CREDIT CARD ORDERING CENTER website.
7. "I hope that someone besides John will someday be able to consistently reproduce his works and pass on the ideas to others in less cryptic forms. I hope he gets someone who can teach and write to work for him and make these mysteries available to all in a comprehensive, cohesive and understandable and unambiguous form. Of course this technology is new and raw and one should not expect too much this early in its development."

This is what we should all be working on. We should not have to wait for "someone else" to do it.
8. I've known Rick for a number of years. I know that he works probably harder than anyone else interested in this technology. He takes a lot of pride in his work and does not like to disappoint people so he does a lot of the work himself. I think he deserves to be congratulated for putting on what he did in the amount of time he had. Putting on an event like this is a massive task to undertake, let alone pull it off without a hitch.
9. "Perhaps I will find time to write up a step-by-step guide to building the 3 pole monopole motor kit and give it to them so all of us can get it built easily."
Great idea! I'm sure people would appreciate that.

I'm a little disappointed about some of the reviews I have read so far. I'm particulalrly disappointed that some people expected everything to go smoothly and to be waited on hand and foot. Did any of the participants offer to help out Rick and his team when they were struggling?

For example, someone could have helped out with registration and forming 2 queues like Sandy suggested, rather than waiting in line for so long. Perhaps someone could have offered to go out and buy 20 soldering irons to get the kits going. Just suggestions.

Sometimes people need to just pitch in and help, which can make a huge difference.


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Follks there was such such great interest with the Battery Swapper at the show that Rick decided to manufacture it as a product. Here is the web site to where you can place your order for this. (the picture is the prototype). We are trying to get an early count so that we can order the supplies. Please visit this web site if you are interested,

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After completing the conference, I would definitely do it again. My thoughts are as follows:

John Bedini is awesome!
John is like a Suduko Puzzle! You must always criss cross his words to find the VALUE. Seldomly, he gives you direct clues. His knowledge base is enormous, almost on all fields of FE ("I asked him about alot of stuff"). I tried to get information from him prior to his presentation, he politely reply "Tomorrow". Surely, "tomorrow" came and I asked away with all sorts of questions. John's presentation must be decoded because it seemed only a couple ppl in the hall understood him like he wanted. I only noticed Peter Lindemann shaking his head in agreement. Yes, John did mention essential know how of the FE devices! At first I thought John was passing out free candy because every time you locate John, there is a bunch people around him Peace and health to you John.


Peter Lindemann is also awesome.
I tired him down with my questions on the Rotary Attraction setup, which I am backup building. As soon as I turned around, Peter was ran away from us ! He was polite to answer all questions with great detail. All of his answers were insightful, helpful, and technical. His humbles is truly remarkable. Peace and health to you Peter.

Aaron was also awesome. I wished he gave a presentation on some of the principals he knows. We talked a few times and every time he was positive. Next time I want to bother him more with questions. Peace and health to you Aaron.

Everyone at the conference had the same energy and vibration. For the first time, we called the outside world weird and not them calling us weird. It was a pleasure sharing ideas with others and getting insight of other ideas.

I hope on the next presentation that it is longer and more detailed presentation or detailed working prototypes are shown.



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Follks there was such such great interest with the Battery Swapper at the show that Rick decided to manufacture it as a product.
@Bits, can you give us a run down of what this device can/will do, mainly for the people who where not at the show? The website link does not list its functions. It might drive some more sales to it.

Do I need a ten coiler to run it? Can it run on its own with just four batteries? How does using a load on the batteries work with it?

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@Bits, can you give us a run down of what this device can/will do, mainly for the people who where not at the show? The website link does not list its functions. It might drive some more sales to it.

Do I need a ten coiler to run it? Can it run on its own with just four batteries? How does using a load with it work?

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While I demonstrated it on the 10 coiler at the show, this swapper can be used on almost any application. For example, I have a 48 volt Solar Panel that feeds the charging input of this device and the swapper maintains each battery while service my Grid Tie inverter.

The Battery Swapper and Charger is a compact, but very complex device to move batteries in and out of a load environment for the purpose of charging each battery individually. With its LCD read out , terminal monitoring, logging capabilities and complex programming, this device can be used as a “Auto” or “Manual” Charger by selecting functionality presented on the LCD or Terminal display. Each section presented in this manual will explain the operational features of this device.

The Components:

1. Housing
2. LCD
3. Reset Switch
4. Select Switch
5. Enter Switch
6. Auto / Manual Switch
7. Charging LED
8. Individual Battery LED’s
9. Terminal / Programming Input
10. Output Amp Meter

Connecting the Device: (See the load connection configurations at the end of this section).

1.Connect the Battery Cables to the Battery’s. *****CAUTION***** OBSERVE THE CORRECT POLAIRITY WHEN PLACING THE CABLES ON THE BATTERY’S.
2.Connect the AC Power Cable to the wall outlet.

Making a Selection:

When the Battery Cables have been placed Correctly on the battery and the AC wall adapter is plugged in, the LCD Panel will display “Select Auto or Manual Charge ” and “Press Enter”. At this point, using the “Auto / Manual” Charge switch” (6), place the switch in the desired mode, “Auto” or “Manual” then press the “Enter Switch” (5) to initiate the beginning of the mode selected.

The Auto Charge Mode:

With this mode selected, the device will initially test each battery to determine which battery has the least voltage. The battery with the lowest voltage in selected and placed onto the “charge rail”. The device then reads the voltage and displays that value on the LCD. After the device engages the charge relay it begins the charge cycle. The Battery’s voltage is consistently monitored at 15 sec. intervals. At the end of each charge cycle, the battery is allowed to “Rest”. At the end of the “Rest” period, the battery’s voltage is sampled. The complex programming of the device, determines if the battery is fully charged. If the battery is fully charged, the battery is placed back onto the load rail and the automatic selection of the next lowest battery is repeated. If the battery is still not fully charged, the charging cycle is repeated. This operation is continuous. If it is desired to terminate the Auto Charging process, pushing the RESET button (3) will terminate the process and return the device to the “Select Auto or Manual Charge ” and “Press Enter” screen.


The Manual Charge Mode:

If the “Auto / Manual Charge Switch” is place into the “Manual” position and the “Enter Switch” is pressed, the LCD will display “Batt 1” and by pressing and holding “Enter”, “Batt 1” charging would be started. Just as in the Auto Charge routine, the device engages the charge relay which begins the charge cycle. The Battery’s voltage is consistently monitored at 15 sec. intervals. At then end of each charge cycle, the battery is allowed to “Rest”. At the end of the “Rest” period, the battery’s voltage is sampled and the complex programming of the device, determines if the battery is fully charged. If the battery is fully charged, the battery is placed back onto the load rail. The program is then returned to the “Select Auto / Manual Charge” display. Should it be desired to select a different Battery, ensure the “Auto / Manual” Charge switch” (6) is in the “Manual” position, then press and hold the “Select Switch” without pressing the Enter Switch to scroll through the 4 different Battery Selection Options. “Batt 1”, “Batt 2”, “Batt 3”, and “Batt 4”. Continuing to press the “Selection Switch” at “Batt 4” will return to “Batt 1”. Once the appropriate Battery is selected for charging, pressing and holding the “Enter Switch” will begin the charging process as described earlier in the section.

Resetting the Battery Swapper:

At any time, the device can be reset using the “Reset Switch” (3). The device will cycle to the beginning of the program and prompt for “Auto” or “Manual” charging.


RS232 Mode:

Connecting a Serial Cable to the DB9 connector, and with a PC / Laptop running HyperTerminal, the information being displayed on the LCD can also be displayed to the terminal screen. Configure Hyper terminal for 9600, 8, N, 1 and make a connection. Start the MachineOfTime1 Battery Swapper as described earlier in this manual and observe the Terminal screen. Hyper terminal also has a logging feature that can be used to store information during the “Auto” or “Manual” charging process.

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battery bank size and voltage

Hey Bits,
What is the battery bank size and voltage the battery swapper can handle . i have a 1.5 kw solar panel wired to give 48v . I have 30 batteries 12v 225ah . What is the max amps that the tesla switch be adjusted to output ?

Does the tesla switch output a hot charge or a cold charge ?

I know you dont like putting numbers on the products for a good reason , but iam trying to size the product requirement !!!

PS: Iam already posting the window motor progress on the bedini-cole bipoar switch : How to drastically reduce your input . Will put a link here soon. Please do look over the tuning questions i put in earlier when you have time .


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What is the battery bank size and voltage the battery swapper can handle .Thanks,
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The one I showed was a 10 amp version, but I have tested up to 30 amp so far. Rick and I are putting the specs together for a 20 - 30 amp "Load Switching model". I say "Load Switching" because the swapper switches the batts in and out of the load without interuptions. The charging then occurs to the selected 12V battery.

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I'm off the grid with a 12 volt system. Will the battery swapper run on 12 volts, or will I need to run it off an inverter.
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I'm off the grid with a 12 volt system. Will the battery swapper run on 12 volts, or will I need to run it off an inverter.
12 and 24 volts.
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By the way, I was one of those who didn't get my motor running at the conference. I had my own soldering iron, my own volt meter, and my own oscilloscope back in the motel room, which I used when I got back there. What I discovered was that with the stuff provided in my kit, I could not get enough voltage to trigger the transistor. Only got .4 volts and needed .7 When I hooked it up with no resistor, it ran, but as soon as it took off, it burned out the transistor. If I had hooked up one of the three resistors provided to all three coils at the same time, it might have have worked. Once I got home where I have access to all my crap, including a schematic, it took about 10 minutes to wire it up and get it working. Still haven't wired in all the coils. But for those of you who say it CAN'T be done. If you quit trying, you are absolutely right!

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I have 2000 watts of panel with 3 banks of 48 volt batteries can you make the battery switcher work with this system?

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Set my kit together today runs and charges great, using one 12 volt 7ah on front and 5 12 7ah charging, after 4 hrs front went form 12.8 to 12.5 and charging when from 12.7 to 13.3. The little wheat grain bulb has a light glow to it will it is running.

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By the way, I was one of those who didn't get my motor running at the conference. I had my own soldering iron, my own volt meter, and my own oscilloscope back in the motel room, which I used when I got back there. What I discovered was that with the stuff provided in my kit, I could not get enough voltage to trigger the transistor. Only got .4 volts and needed .7 When I hooked it up with no resistor, it ran, but as soon as it took off, it burned out the transistor. If I had hooked up one of the three resistors provided to all three coils at the same time, it might have have worked. Once I got home where I have access to all my crap, including a schematic, it took about 10 minutes to wire it up and get it working. Still haven't wired in all the coils. But for those of you who say it CAN'T be done. If you quit trying, you are absolutely right!

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Well Done Turion. I also used the SSG basic schematic which has provided a good learning opportunity. I am having the same problem with the transistors. In Fact I cannot seem to get the 0.7 volts even with the trigger coil hooked up directly to my meter. Guess I need to set up my scope to find out for sure

I will try putting a low resistance pot in place of the fixed 220Ohm once i get it sorted
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I have 2000 watts of panel with 3 banks of 48 volt batteries can you make the battery switcher work with this system?

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I will take a look and see if I can devise a scheme for this type of setup. Thanks for the input.
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I took some time to post a review of the 2010 r-charge conference in Coeur'dAline here.

Enjoy and please comment here or there as you can.

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CDA was Woodstock.

Bedini is Hendrix.

The conditions at Woodstock were crappy. CDA wasn't perfect, too. And, both promoters lost money.

Yet, we, the audience, were in the presence of brilliance. A confluence of genius the likes of which might never happen again.

Did you attend Woodstock, or, see the movie? Did you expect Hendrix to teach you how to play elementary guitar after he stepped down from the stage?

Hendrix showed us what was possible. He stretched our expectations for what was possible with that medium.

Bedini pulled out all of the stops and showed us what was possible in his medium. Bedini sculpts magnetic fields.

I think that the most significant idea that Bedini gave us was his sketch of the magnetic fields.

I *think* that he is telling us that he is not thinking about electronic circuits. I *think* that he is telling us that he sees the magnetic fields first, then arranges the electronics to achieve said fields.
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