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## Mechanical free energy devices => mechanic => Topic started by: earthbound0729 on March 16, 2016, 05:07:16 PM

Title: Bedini Circuit with Capacitors
Post by: earthbound0729 on March 16, 2016, 05:07:16 PM
Hello Everyone,

While doing further experimentation and reading concerning my Bedini setup, I have discovered that the electricity generated through the magnetic field collapse on the main coils is actually AC, about 7.5 volts using a single wire off the 8 filar wind. I use a simple 12 volt 18AH  sealed rechargeable battery to set everything in motion with DC power.

Regarding this phenomena, then seeing the next logical step of adding the capacitor(s) in front of the Charge battery on a 2 battery system, should a bridge rectifier be used ahead of the electrolytic capacitor to convert to dc first?

Thank you for your insights and suggestions.
earthbound
Title: Re: Bedini Circuit with Capacitors
Post by: citfta on March 16, 2016, 06:43:57 PM
Yes
Title: Re: Bedini Circuit with Capacitors
Post by: earthbound0729 on March 16, 2016, 11:55:41 PM
TY citfta.

earthbound
Title: Re: Bedini Circuit with Capacitors
Post by: tinman on March 17, 2016, 12:03:22 AM
Hello Everyone,

While doing further experimentation and reading concerning my Bedini setup, I have discovered that the electricity generated through the magnetic field collapse on the main coils is actually AC, about 7.5 volts using a single wire off the 8 filar wind. I use a simple 12 volt 18AH  sealed rechargeable battery to set everything in motion with DC power.

Regarding this phenomena, then seeing the next logical step of adding the capacitor(s) in front of the Charge battery on a 2 battery system, should a bridge rectifier be used ahead of the electrolytic capacitor to convert to dc first?

Thank you for your insights and suggestions.
earthbound

The collapsing magnetic field will only produce a DC current.
What you have done,is use one of your windings from your !8 filar! (why are you using 8 windings?)coil setup,and you are picking up both the current flowing into the other 7 windings(magnetic field building),and also the current flow caused by the field collapse when the current stop's flowing into the other 7 winding's. This will give you a sine that has one long half wave of low voltage,and the other half of the sine will be shorter,but with a higher amplitude.
So you will need a FWBR on that coil to convert to a DC current flow.

Title: Re: Bedini Circuit with Capacitors
Post by: MileHigh on March 17, 2016, 01:56:50 AM
Hello Everyone,

While doing further experimentation and reading concerning my Bedini setup, I have discovered that the electricity generated through the magnetic field collapse on the main coils is actually AC, about 7.5 volts using a single wire off the 8 filar wind. I use a simple 12 volt 18AH  sealed rechargeable battery to set everything in motion with DC power.

Regarding this phenomena, then seeing the next logical step of adding the capacitor(s) in front of the Charge battery on a 2 battery system, should a bridge rectifier be used ahead of the electrolytic capacitor to convert to dc first?

Thank you for your insights and suggestions.
earthbound

If you want a real answer, please post a schematic of what your existing setup is, and also please post a schematic of what you mean by adding capacitors to the front of the charge battery.  You simply cannot discuss electronics verbally, especially when you are a beginner.
Title: Re: Bedini Circuit with Capacitors
Post by: earthbound0729 on March 17, 2016, 03:23:53 AM
TY for this important insight. I will do that.
earthbound