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Offline prometei

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Re: about charging batteries
« Reply #15 on: April 12, 2008, 09:49:02 PM »
5. Does the sweet spot shift while the voltage of the charging battery increases?

6. I want to build a switch with adjustable interval relay  that will switch between 2 batteries, so for example  battery A is charging while battery B is disconnected from the circuit, then 5 minutes later they are electronically swapped, now A rests, B gets charged.... and so on... For the primary I will use a 12V power supply. Maybe somebody has a schematic for such a switch?
« Last Edit: April 13, 2008, 04:06:09 PM by prometei »

Offline mfred68

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Re: about charging batteries
« Reply #16 on: April 13, 2008, 05:01:59 AM »
Please forgive me for not understanding bedini motors principles correctly, but as much as i have read, everyone seems to be talking about using a drive battery hooked up to the motor in order to charge a second battery, from what i can gather, all this dose is transfer the power from the first battery to the second, but is this OU?
at what point can the charge battery be used to drive a load such as an inverter and houshold appliances?
In principle if a bedini motor really is an OU device, ide build one tomorrow! but so far no one has stated that the charge battery can give more out than the drive battery.

if it really dose have OU possibilities, what % of efficiency can it actually give?

please can someone clarify this to me?

I am wondering what road of potential OU i should follow and experiment with, as theres several devices out there, so this really is just a general question about the bedini motor, so i can make up my mind whether i should take that route and spend some time and money on building one or follow another route such as the MEG or TPU which im also very interested in working on.

Offline Pirate88179

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Re: about charging batteries
« Reply #17 on: April 13, 2008, 08:05:16 AM »

I too am new  to the Bedini motors and I have been reading a lot.  Two great videos to watch are "The energy from a vacuum" parts one and two.  In part two Bedini explains a lot and there are many demos to watch.  My understanding is, for the most part,  The primary battery (which powers the motor) drains at a rate of x and the charge battery charges at a rate of x or as close to it as you can tune everything which sounds like a net of 0 right?  But, the motor has been turning all of this time and there are some cool ways to extract work from the turning motor so that additional work has to be added to the output x which would make it, hopefully, o.u.  This is what interests me the most about his devices.  In the videos Bedini hooks up fans (large ones) to his motors and moves a great deal of air for "free".  These movies are available on line for free. (flv file)  If you can't find them, I can hunt up the link.


Offline prometei

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Re: about charging batteries
« Reply #18 on: April 13, 2008, 03:53:04 PM »
well, yes, one could design a bedini ssg to run in overunity. I've built my SSG to learn how it works, it's the simplest model and I'm not able to get OU out of it but nevertheless it's an efficient radiant energy charger, I even recharge non-rechargeable alkaline batteries. Now, as I understood from reading a lot of posts on this and other forums, in order to make the SSG run in overunity the circuit has to include capacitors and precise switching. Too bad this is not being disscussed in the group, only int he advanced group, gotta have an inivation to join it.

Here is a link to a thread on the tesla switch , I think it might also be applicable to the SSG concept.

Offline Ren

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Re: about charging batteries
« Reply #19 on: April 15, 2008, 03:57:10 AM »
Prometei, if you look around enough you can find a fair amount of info on the cap pulser systems. There is a solidstate thread @ energeticforums to start with. There is not ALOT of info in the advanced forums that you cant find out elsewhere. They are much more open to experimentation there however and it is a good place for likeminded individuals to bond. And you get to join once you complete the basic steps in the first forum. Doesnt take long.

Offline semenihin-77

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Re: about charging batteries
« Reply #20 on: May 07, 2012, 01:58:39 PM »
My version of the battery. The greater the load - the greater the forward and reverse pulse transformer, and he used to charge the battery. No moving parts, no high emissions.