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... Because of this potential difference between turns, there must also forces of attraction between them; ...


Bob, you've lost me.

In the highlighted region below, how can this be considered attraction?

You are meaning electrostatic attraction correct? Not magnetic?


My thinking is if the voltage/current ratio is specifically chosen, the electrostatic force and the magnetic force are in perfect balance. At this point we have something rather unusual taking place.
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All right, so I'm trying to duplicate what minoly was showing in the first video. My circuit as shown resonates, but burns a lot of power. The transistor gets quite hot and requires a heat sink. Second, the lowest frequency I seem to be able to get is around 150 Hz. I'm pretty sure there's something I'm missing. I've tried numerous capacitors and resistances. What more do I need to duplicate the original circuit?

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I hope I'm not being a pain, but I'm going to try to proceed from what I have observed, guided by what I have read, to state how I see things...

According to Tesla, there is potential difference present between the turns in a coil; there is storage of charge, or capacitance. See his patent for electromagnets for details. Because of this potential difference between turns, there must also forces of attraction between them; and taking this logic one step further, perhaps interaction with the dielectric along the coil between the windings, in a manner similar to that which occurs at the bloch wall or dielectric plane at the coil's midpoint.

What could this mean? If the dielectric is interacting with the coil between each of the windings as well as at the overall midpoint, then these areas are points at which charge enters the coil from the dielectric to produce the Lenz' Law (opposing spike) effect. IOW, Lenz' Law is a dielectric's response to an initial pulse in the coil.

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You see what you see. I see something different. In the end, I hope we land on the same page, capable of demonstrating the same effects.

On that note....I wish you well and hope you find what you seek.


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At this point we have something rather unusual taking place.[/LEFT]
I find it to be the point maximum opposition to change in flux. It is the point of maximum opposition to change in flux, because flux at this point is zero.

Being the point of maximum opposition to change in flux (current), it is likewise the point of maximum induced potential.

"Inductance is the characteristic of an electrical circuit that makes itself evident by opposing the starting, stopping, or changing of current flow......

Inductance is the characteristic of an electrical conductor which opposes a change in current flow......

The unit for measuring inductance, L, is the Henry, h. An inductor has an inductance of 1 Henry if an emf of 1 volt is induced in the inductor when the current through the inductor is changing at the rate of 1 ampere per second. The relation between the induced voltage, inductance, and rate of change of current with respect to time is stated mathematically as....."

Where others see distributed capacity, I see the seat of inductance. Inductance, a distributed aspect in a coil, takes on different attributes within electrodynamic machines. It has a specific space geometry and distribution, and a direct relation to frequency. These realizations lead one to seek out where capacitance really is, and its relation to inductance. When it was found, I was in awe, the geometry of our systems will never allow true resonant operation, as inductance and capacity manifest in such a manner that phase alignment without an intermediary is impossible. Fortunately...there is hope......

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I may be trying to out guess Bob without enough information.
My idea based on what I read is that a high impedance coil such as a 10kV trigger coil
is driven by a positive pulse is housed inside a glass jar. The glass jar defining the boundry condition.
The jar outside surface should attract the opposite charge.
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Thanks for your helpful and respectful responses. Some observations of mine below.

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I find it to be the point maximum opposition to change in flux. It is the point of maximum opposition to change in flux, because flux at this point is zero.
Maybe I'm off here, but the point of maximum opposition to change in flux is top dead center (TDC) of a coil (in a generator) - where the zero crossing occurs. This would be the midpoint of the coil, commonly known as the bloch wall, would it not?

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Inductance is the characteristic of an electrical conductor which opposes a change in current flow......
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Where others see distributed capacity, I see the seat of inductance. Inductance, a distributed aspect in a coil, takes on different attributes within electrodynamic machines. It [inductance] has a specific space geometry and distribution, and a direct relation to frequency. These realizations lead one to seek out where capacitance really is, and its relation to inductance. When it was found, I was in awe, the geometry of our systems will never allow true resonant operation, as inductance and capacity manifest in such a manner that phase alignment without an intermediary is impossible. Fortunately...there is hope......
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Bob, you've lost me.

In the highlighted region below, how can this be considered attraction?

You are meaning electrostatic attraction correct? Not magnetic?


My thinking is if the voltage/current ratio is specifically chosen, the electrostatic force and the magnetic force are in perfect balance. At this point we have something rather unusual taking place.
Hi DogOne
Thanks for the clarification. I'm feeling my way along here. Every small step of understanding opens doors to new questions. I know what Tesla says in the Coil for Electromagnets patent I quoted. I was trying to understand further what the potential difference between individual turns might mean. Not sure I'm getting it all right, and readily defer to the experts and what I see.

I like your last statement - to me, it points in the direction of resonance. According to EPD, resonance separates amperage/magnetism from voltage/dielectricity in a coil.

I've seen that a high impedance coil at resonance produces some interesting effects. I confess that I don't understand all of what is implied there. Though, it would seem to me that resonance in a hi-impedance coil means raised voltage output (presumably via influx from the dielectric realm), but I don't see increased current (amperage) output.

Coming back to the coil midpoint (dielectric plane/bloch wall), I keep thinking about JB's point about vectors entering the coil at that place, and wondering what it might mean for achieving a maximum interaction of the coil with the dielectric. As Erfinder mentioned, there is something else, an intermediary needed:
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the geometry of our systems will never allow true resonant operation, as inductance and capacity manifest in such a manner that phase alignment without an intermediary is impossible. Fortunately...there is hope......
This gives me hope of progress.
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In the highlighted region below, how can this be considered attraction?


Hi Dog-,

Mind if I comment? These wires are attracted to each other when carrying current. Here are a couple references:

Principles of Magnetism | Magnetic Products and Services

Forces between currents.



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1 wire (as i a coil) vs. 2 wires (as in the picture)

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Mind if I comment? These wires are attracted to each other when carrying current. Here are a couple references:

Principles of Magnetism | Magnetic Products and Services

Forces between currents.

Hope that helps,

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There is a simple way to verify how the force acts between turns: wind a few turns on single layer using a cylinder then take the cylinder out. Lay the coil with all its turns loose on the table and energize it with a battery. Do the coil's turns spread or come together?

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There is a simple way to verify how the force acts between turns: wind a few turns on single layer using a cylinder then take the cylinder out. Lay the coil with all its turns loose on the table and energize it with a battery. Do the coil's turns spread or come together?

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I would say, "It depends."

Are the magnetic forces dominate or the electrostatic ones?

Erfinder is on to something, something I know I have overlooked. If you take the individual windings of a coil, their "interwinding capacitance" is on the order of fractions of picofarads. I for one have always ignored such small capacitances. Bad assumption.



I think we truly need to re-evaluate the geometry and possibly the materials we have been using.
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Between the turns in the image I posted you will experience repulsion.

Don't take my word or anyone's word for it, perform the necessary tests and see it for yourselves.

The field relations between the turns in the solenoid are not the same as those between two parallel conductors carrying current. In the former you have one conductor carrying current and in the latter you have two....the comparison makes no sense.

It is not my job nor anyone else's job to get into why they are not the same, again here simple tests that you make up and do yourself yield all the information you will need for clarity.


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I would say, "It depends."

Are the magnetic forces dominate or the electrostatic ones?

Erfinder is on to something, something I know I have overlooked. If you take the individual windings of a coil, their "interwinding capacitance" is on the order of fractions of picofarads. I for one have always ignored such small capacitances. Bad assumption.



I think we truly need to re-evaluate the geometry and possibly the materials we have been using.
Most experiment with solid state systems, I decided long ago that I could learn more about the nature of the field by exploring motors and generators.

We are informed of what inductance is, how it relates to frequency, how it's not constant, varying with frequency, reluctance, and saturation. We are informed of how it relates to the number of turns in a conductor, and current operating in that conductor. No such relation is mentioned regarding capacitance. I find that strange. The only capacitance we are informed of is the distributed capacity. The distributed capacity is an artifact born out of geometry. The value is orders lower than the actual capacity of the coil. I found the capacity, its all about perspective, it was there the entire time, we cannot see it for reasons too numerous for mentioning. Finding it means reevaluating everything. After you recognize it, you recognize that the manner in which we generate today is in a word.....wrong.

We have identified where the seat of inductance is from a geometric stand point, and done so in a totally non scientific manner, now we need to find the seat of capacity, and experience for yourselves how the two are not in phase, and as such, will never give us what we are all after....namely....

the key to conversion. What I mean here is the systems as they are only generate reactive power because the system by design is setup to produce reactive power......


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Both these conductors carry current, I1 and I2. If one has no current, then the I1 * I2 product is zero and there is zero force.

edit: It doesn't matter if I1 and I2 are the same current or if they are from seperate sources.
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There is a simple way to verify how the force acts between turns: wind a few turns on single layer using a cylinder then take the cylinder out. Lay the coil with all its turns loose on the table and energize it with a battery. Do the coil's turns spread or come together?
Good idea. So I just did it. First used #18 wire and about a 2" diameter. 12Volt battery. No reaction and soon got too hot to handle. Changed to #14 wire wrapped around a ballpoint pen and slid off. About 8 turns. Strong 12V battery again. Nothing at first. But as the stiff insulation softened as it warmed, the coil showed compression when current flowed and relaxation when the current stopped. Unmistakable attraction with current. It required a substantial amount of Amps. I'll repeat with ammeter later. (edit) Meter read 500-600 Amps.

This doesn't take a lot of equipment and took me about 15 to 20 minutes. I encourage you to give it a try.

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All this talk about inductance and parallel conductors reminded me of an event that I saw several years ago. Some of this information may be helpful to this discussion or maybe not. But I think it is at least an interesting story.

My boss sent me to oversee some outside contractors as they started up this new huge bell furnace their company had built. This thing was about 15 feet tall and about 10 feet in diameter with as I remember about 100 kilowatts of resistance heat elements in the side walls. It was to be used to heat treat rocket motors for the navy.

When they turned on the power the whole unit was making a very loud humming noise and just didn't seem right. One of their engineers said to turn it off and asked if I could get a large clamp on ammeter.

When I came back with the ammeter that would read several thousand amps he had them turn the unit back on. He then proceeded to clamp the ammeter around the OUTSIDE of this large flexible conduit that was running up the outside of the furnace. The ammeter went all the way to the peg. Also the flexible conduit started to smoke it was getting so hot.

I need to add that there were three of these large flexible conduits running up the side of the furnace. Can you guess what they had done wrong?

I don't want to spoil it for those of you that would like to try and figure it out so I'll put the answer in my old thread about open discussion for projects on this forum.

I will add that I had decided to leave this forum because there was nothing useful going on here. I now see there are at least two serious threads abuot building and a couple of more about serious discussion of theory. So I'll stick around for a while in hopes there is some life left in this forum for serious work.

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I will add that I had decided to leave this forum because there was nothing useful going on here. I now see there are at least two serious threads abuot building and a couple of more about serious discussion of theory. So I'll stick around for a while in hopes there is some life left in this forum for serious work.

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I for one, am glad to see you back here. My new year's resolution is to never post again until I have something real and positive to add. Since I'm not building anything of interest here, that could be a good while.

Matt and Dave have this place rockin' !!!
There's always hope that Erfinder will finally say something useful with words I can understand, but I'm not holding my breath. I'm also up for financial contributions for anything I think might advance the cause.

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Most experiment with solid state systems, I decided long ago that I could learn more about the nature of the field by exploring motors and generators.

We are informed of what inductance is, how it relates to frequency, how it's not constant, varying with frequency, reluctance, and saturation. We are informed of how it relates to the number of turns in a conductor, and current operating in that conductor. No such relation is mentioned regarding capacitance. I find that strange. The only capacitance we are informed of is the distributed capacity. The distributed capacity is an artifact born out of geometry. The value is orders lower than the actual capacity of the coil. I found the capacity, its all about perspective, it was there the entire time, we cannot see it for reasons too numerous for mentioning. Finding it means reevaluating everything. After you recognize it, you recognize that the manner in which we generate today is in a word.....wrong.

We have identified where the seat of inductance is from a geometric stand point, and done so in a totally non scientific manner, now we need to find the seat of capacity, and experience for yourselves how the two are not in phase, and as such, will never give us what we are all after....namely....

the key to conversion. What I mean here is the systems as they are only generate reactive power because the system by design is setup to produce reactive power......

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Not sure if this will help - from Scherz & Monk's Practical Electronics for Inventors, Third Edition, p. 154. There's actually a mistake in the text on this page, I think (due to two contradictory statements about inductance, capacitance and frequency), but I'll go with the one that lines up with what the page's graphics illustrate:
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"When a voltage changes due to ac current passing through a coil, the effect is that of many small capacitors acting in parallel with the inductance of the coil."...

"Inductors exhibit distributed capacitance... Below resonance, the reactance is inductive... Above resonance, the reactance is capacitive and increases with frequency."
In other words, at self-resonant frequency, the coil's impedance is at its highest. As frequency increases above that of self-resonance, the impedance of an inductor drops, and its capacitance rises.
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Some interesting findings about coil dynamics:
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All right, so I'm trying to duplicate what minoly was showing in the first video. My circuit as shown resonates, but burns a lot of power. The transistor gets quite hot and requires a heat sink. Second, the lowest frequency I seem to be able to get is around 150 Hz. I'm pretty sure there's something I'm missing. I've tried numerous capacitors and resistances. What more do I need to duplicate the original circuit?

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Possible solutions:
Put a small cap across your pot,
use a bigger pot,
lower the input voltage

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I find it to be the point maximum opposition to change in flux. It is the point of maximum opposition to change in flux, because flux at this point is zero.

Being the point of maximum opposition to change in flux (current), it is likewise the point of maximum induced potential.

"Inductance is the characteristic of an electrical circuit that makes itself evident by opposing the starting, stopping, or changing of current flow......

Inductance is the characteristic of an electrical conductor which opposes a change in current flow......

The unit for measuring inductance, L, is the Henry, h. An inductor has an inductance of 1 Henry if an emf of 1 volt is induced in the inductor when the current through the inductor is changing at the rate of 1 ampere per second. The relation between the induced voltage, inductance, and rate of change of current with respect to time is stated mathematically as....."

Where others see distributed capacity, I see the seat of inductance. Inductance, a distributed aspect in a coil, takes on different attributes within electrodynamic machines. It has a specific space geometry and distribution, and a direct relation to frequency. These realizations lead one to seek out where capacitance really is, and its relation to inductance. When it was found, I was in awe, the geometry of our systems will never allow true resonant operation, as inductance and capacity manifest in such a manner that phase alignment without an intermediary is impossible. Fortunately...there is hope......

My dogma.....



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Erfinder,
This thread may be more appropriate for us to converse as I was glad you didn't erase the above post as it is directly related to the following comments,

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How does it feel to see whats being suggested, while simultaneously being blinded by the suggestion?

In my opinion, the heart of the matter has always been and will always be how the fields and or forces involved experience and or relate to opposition to change.

Systems like the topic of this thread whether known and understood by the many discussing it, deals with opposition to change on a level which has no equal in light of how things are done conventionally.

Effects generated in conventional systems, systems which operate in accordance with the established and accepted, this system amplifies, via augmentation. What I mean is a system configured to operate in electrical opposition, augments electrical opposition. It is established as fact (more or less) that the relations which exist between inducer and induced result in undesired association. The relation is unwanted in a conventional system. The system being considered is not a conventional system, and in truth (mine) cannot be compared with a conventional system. Such a system is both non linear and asymmetrical, very important attributes when you know how to take advantage of them.

The statement you made is where it begins, discover for yourself the many ways current limiting is taking place in any rotary mechanical, electrodynamic system. It matters not if the circuit is dynamo electric, or magneto electric, the result, all things considered, will be identical.

We fear that which we don't understand. These systems are reactors, they are based on opposition to change, and as such facilitate change. The black fluid shouldn't be feared. The desire to know why it manifests, and what it is should outweigh ones fear of it.


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The spike.....

When I use the term, I am referring to the result of opposition to change in current as we are all familiar. In addition to this, I am referring to opposition to change in voltage, this we are not so familiar with.

Ladies and gentlemen, there are two spikes, and with the two, a complete disconnect from "electricity" as we know it. I choose to pay for converting electricity from the form which we are all familiar with into the form we are not familiar with for the purpose of driving capacitance based loads. My time on the bench staring at these machines has helped form my presently held belief that a coil can be considered as both an inductance and capacitance. On that note, my use of the term capacitance in "capacitance based loads" is not limited to the presently held concept of capacity.

I am learning everyday from my peers, that no demonstration is good enough. There will always be a few who **** on your efforts, or say you are ****ting on the community. This post and any that may follow, with or without a demonstration, is not for them.

Lenz's Law

I have come to consider this law more as an observation, and consideration. We are informed of our situation, and are informed of what we should expect when we build and operate electrodynamic equipment in a specific manner. I have learned that it is unnecessary to build systems in an attempt to beat an "observation". It makes more sense to build the system, expect the law to apply, and find through "observation" when the law is inapplicable. I have done this, the results make one sick to the stomach. We are blind, so blind. Give me time, I will show you just how blind, and will show how this, my observation applies to the aforementioned "spike(S)".



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This thread is filled with good information, and passed by, doomed to be pushed to the back of the line, forgotten about. What about the "spikes"

Opposition to change in voltage is the seat of capacitance in a coil?
Is this how erfinder dives "capacitance based loads"?
-with the voltage spike of from opening the switch in a local coil that had current running though it?

Is a mediary necessary because the "seat of inductance" is really opposite the "seat of capacitance?"
-so transformer action is necessary from one coil to another to "get the power out?"

And related, though much of it has been deleted:
the waveform:
what if we induce into one coil north and another south (push and pull) at the same time but connect these coils as one, is this like reflection, or superposition?

And if another coil is added, made to act as a node for current, to cancel voltage where we don't want it what would happen?

I don't have the answer's to my questions, just pondering out loud to the community as pieces of the puzzle are starting to look like something. I don't have the cover of the puzzle box so it is difficult Aln
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This thread is filled with good information, and passed by, doomed to be pushed to the back of the line, forgotten about. What about the "spikes"

Opposition to change in voltage is the seat of capacitance in a coil?
Is this how erfinder dives "capacitance based loads"?
-with the voltage spike of from opening the switch in a local coil that had current running though it?

Is a mediary necessary because the "seat of inductance" is really opposite the "seat of capacitance?"
-so transformer action is necessary from one coil to another to "get the power out?"

And related, though much of it has been deleted:
the waveform:
what if we induce into one coil north and another south (push and pull) at the same time but connect these coils as one, is this like reflection, or superposition?

And if another coil is added, made to act as a node for current, to cancel voltage where we don't want it what would happen?

I don't have the answer's to my questions, just pondering out loud to the community as pieces of the puzzle are starting to look like something. I don't have the cover of the puzzle box so it is difficult Aln
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I don't need anyone to guess what I am doing, if the right questions are asked, I tell you what I am doing. Your not being able to apply what I suggest in my response is your problem. I post about my work, not about how you can apply what I say to your attempts.

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Remember our agreement? The one about trying to dissect my comments on platforms? It's unfortunate that I feel forced to remind you of this again, it pisses me off that once again I must state that this only leads to deepening the confusion surrounding what I suggest.

I don't need anyone to guess what I am doing, if the right questions are asked, I tell you what I am doing. Your not being able to apply what I suggest in my response is your problem. I post about my work, not about how you can apply what I say to your attempts.

If you want to exchange with me, do it offline, you know how to reach me, continue to dissect my work here or elsewhere, and I will forget I know you.
You are hard on me when I ask questions, when I look back on the record others are asking too.

Maybe I jump the gun a little. However, I do not speak as one who knows anything or as an authority. Those are questions above with ? after them. Do not be pissed at me, there are so many things more worth being angry about. when I start to see shapes in the box of puzzle pieces it gets exciting.

I have managed to get Matt to tell me to leave him alone and get you pissed off in the last 2 days just asking questions.
These are from comments that you left up, not deleted they came from this thread, not from what I have saved.

I recognize it is my problem to be able to apply what you suggest. I will respect your request and apply it to questions in public as well. Not much else worth posting about for me. so off I go. Aln
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You are hard on me when I ask questions, when I look back on the record others are asking too.

Maybe I jump the gun a little. However, I do not speak as one who knows anything or as an authority. Those are questions above with ? after them. Do not be pissed at me, there are so many things more worth being angry about. when I start to see shapes in the box of puzzle pieces it gets exciting.

I have managed to get Matt to tell me to leave him alone and get you pissed off in the last 2 days just asking questions.
These are from comments that you left up, not deleted they came from this thread, not from what I have saved.

I recognize it is my problem to be able to apply what you suggest. I will respect your request and apply it to questions in public as well. Not much else worth posting about for me. so off I go. Aln

good luck.....
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Ok so as I demonstrated on page one, we can put a battery (for a millisecond) across a coil, then discharge it into a second coil with the use of a cap make it do work. Putting 2 and 2 together everyone should have already taken this to their SSG’s that are spinning with one coil, added a few more in series with a cap across them and caused their wheels to take off, increase the rotor speed - right… So that’s one thing we can do with the spike, we can also send it to another battery bank to charge as per usual.

What about sending it back across a whole system… what would that do. Here’s a simple circuit I’ve been using for a long time, shared this on ESF and only had one little nibble let’s see what happens here. It’s very fast so I hope you’re paying attn.:


This is only for those who have been able to achieve 1:1 charging – we’ve always wanted that elusive 1:10 right… well I can’t say that I know how JB did it.

Thanks to John Bedini for sharing so much of his life’s work.
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Can you please put a YouTube link I cannot get the embedded video to play
Thank you.
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Can you please put a YouTube link I cannot get the embedded video to play
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-Pw26iB4t4
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Hallo THEminoly,

cool stuff. Thanks for sharing! Any chance for a schematic? As for me it is stilll hard to understand the circuit looking at ur video...

kind regards
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The schematic is in the video...

here is the Tesla switch using DPDT relays to get the batteries in parallel and series:
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part 2:


anyone make that spike do more work than the current yet :-)
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