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Bedini experiments
« on: February 16, 2010, 11:36:52 am »
Hi,

Just for the background information, last year I build some Bedini monopole motors to charge some lead batteries.

They charged like the man says, the difficult part is the impedance matching on the primary battery with the bifilar coil. When you match this the primary is very efficient. I didn't do this yet.

Some people have added another slave coil with 4000+ windings to catch the south poles magnet energy and charge a capacitor to 1000+Volts (positive energy) and dumping this energy back onto the primary battery when it’s disconnected from the power coil. (Switching between load/charge) When using this the primairy battery is charging while running the system and you have the charger running for a very long time while charging sec batteries.

The Sec batteries (1 to 4) are all on the negative charge side and charging slow towards higher voltages as normal. (I used old used lead batteries) so these where highly sulfated and charged slowly higher and higher each charge run. Charging with 100mAmps takes a long time with a conventional charger ;) My charge runs where around 14Hours from 10Volts to 13.5Volts.  A couple of times I uncharged some batteries to 2Volts :-) normally you cannot charge these anymore. After connecting the Bedini system the battery is quickly above 10Volts again and charging towards 14Volts... and prob. higher if you leave it running.

The pictures below show a couple of my setups (2 setups using old hard drives +/- 100MBytes disc's) and the latest setup with a bicycle wheel.

Results are strange, charging batteries with 100mAmps current 500Volts spikes. Charging takes a long time at first but after 10 runs it becomes faster. When uncharging the batteries more and more energy can be used. Batteries become cold to the touch while charging.

I have currently not seen OU (yet) but I didn't test with new batteries, still need to try this one time.

Of course the main problem with this system is, if you want to make some fried potato's you need allot of batteries to handle the current at 12Volts...

At the Bedini monopole yahoo groups they are working on a 10KWatt+ monopole, don't know what batteries they want to charge, mine would prob. explode with that kind of energy...

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Re: Bedini experiments
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2010, 12:00:17 pm »
I wonder if someone ever did a precise test on the batteries. Is the new battery charging the other with it's charge? So one battery will be empty and the other will be full afterwards? Or both fully charged?
Is the old battery as fully charged as the running/new battery was? Is only the voltage climbing or can the old rejuvenated battery be used in a flashlight or another device?

I don't understand the purpose of the bedini motors.

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Re: Bedini experiments
« Reply #2 on: February 16, 2010, 12:43:17 pm »
I wonder if someone ever did a precise test on the batteries. Is the new battery charging the other with its charge? So one battery will be empty and the other will be full afterwards? Or both fully charged?

I did more then 5 charge runs from source one battery at the source before I changed to another one.
But my sec. batteries did not have the same work power than the conventional ones.
This is prob. due to conditioning my negative charged batteries. When doing 20+ charge…discharge cycles the effective work becomes more and more. Also you notice that when you uncharged a negative battery it has the tendency to charge..  When you rest it will climb for a couple of minutes.

Is the old battery as fully charged as the running/new battery was? Is only the voltage climbing or can the old rejuvenated battery be used in a flashlight or another device?

You can use the battery everywhere you like, but do not try to charge it conventional again because the battery will blow the fuse in your positive charger. It pulls to many amps from your charger to get it to conventional charge again.

I don't understand the purpose of the Bedini motors.

Charge batteries with voltage... not with amps... this shows that you do not need to put energy into the battery... the battery has al the energy it need... You destroy a battery with amps... and you recondition it with voltage...

The whole system is not OU prob. you can do 1 on 1 but the mechanical and components have losses. The charging is just a byproduct :) taking the energy back from the coils (with extra magnetic energy) towards the charge batteries...

(Also you attract extra negative "radiant" energy which comes on top of the high voltage spikes like Bedini says in combination with the magnets) Tom Bearden says that magnets are OU devices. With the coils you also create a window for the "Radiant"

(you just have to get the battery in charge accept mode (min 40mAmps of current) voltage moves the lead ions to reestablish the dipole.

The motor is just a very efficient motor. For tork jou need to look at his Window motor.
Some people have it running on it's own generated power.

I'm just a newbie in this field but it is very interesting...

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Re: Bedini experiments
« Reply #3 on: May 08, 2013, 16:10:41 pm »
Hi Webmug,

I found your post about the Bedini Experiments. I'm at the moment reading about the Bedini concept and how it works. I read about your experiments with this technology, I also see a lott of resemblance between the Bedini technology and Stan Meyers (High voltage DC interval pulses). I was wondering, did you do some tests with the generation of HHO from a Bedini wheel (Energizer)?

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