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Author Topic: Bedini pulse charger buster  (Read 32784 times)

Offline Silvije

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Bedini pulse charger buster
« on: September 04, 2009, 05:43:33 PM »
This is in fact "double" Bedini pulse charger which uses 2 batteries which charge each other simultaneously. I called it "buster" because if the Bedini circuit does not do anything unconvential, the batteries will eventualy be both depleted... however if the charging captures some of the "energy of universe" this circuit have a good chance to be perpetuum mobile :) which I doubt.

There is no need to swap batteries or anything, first battery is charging second and vice versa...

you are welcome to comment and to build this circuit of course and tell us all what's up

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Bedini pulse charger buster
« on: September 04, 2009, 05:43:33 PM »

Offline Silvije

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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
« Reply #1 on: September 04, 2009, 05:49:41 PM »
oh yes, please dont mind the exact parts instead try to understand the circuit...

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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
« Reply #2 on: September 05, 2009, 11:53:11 AM »
this should be same thing only with just one battery which charges itself and you would need trifilar coil...

funny, so many views but no comments, maybe if I named this topic "self runner" I would be having at least a dozen of replications already ..

dont mind coil winding orientation, I just could not find better element in eagle... idea is that both trigger coils are energized at the same time and they "open" both transistors, current flows through main charging coil and energizes it, than after some time both transistors are "turned off" at the same time and induced current from the charging coil goes back to battery...

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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
« Reply #2 on: September 05, 2009, 11:53:11 AM »
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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
« Reply #3 on: September 05, 2009, 12:27:05 PM »
ok, thanks for your comment.

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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
« Reply #4 on: September 05, 2009, 05:03:26 PM »
Silvije,

Nice work and a very good idea.

Attached is my try at your circuit. I have also attached the Eagle CAD files if anybody want
to make a PCB later on. What are your plans for rotor on this setup? A bicycle size type or
something smaller? Is the intended use of magnets all facing North out or do you plan for
an alternating North South system?

Regards,
Groundloop.

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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
« Reply #4 on: September 05, 2009, 05:03:26 PM »
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Offline Silvije

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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
« Reply #5 on: September 05, 2009, 05:36:41 PM »
thank you for your reply and files..

to be honest I have experimented with pc fan circuit something similar to Imhotep's version of Bedini circuit if I am correct, that is why my idea also differs from ssg motor...

but as you all guess I had no real success with that circuit so I put that aside and took pencil and paper just to write down some ideas..

that is the reason I do not have any plans for size of the rotor or magnet orientation at this time...
Maybe those of you with more experience with Bedini circuits or Mr. Bedini himself if he is reading this, could suggest some good setup...

I started with pc fan because I have a few fans and it is very simple to modify them... I do not have any other motor setup and I guess it would not be that easy for me to make one because I am limited on resources and time at the moment... also I do not have any lab for experiments as some of you might have... :)

so, if anyone finds some of this ideas good and is willing to give it a try, you are more than welcome...
and if some of you make one of this circuits please publish the results here

s.

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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
« Reply #6 on: September 05, 2009, 06:04:30 PM »
Silvije,

I maybe try out your setup later on when I get more free time.

Thank you for taking time to answer my questions.

Groundloop.

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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
« Reply #7 on: September 09, 2009, 09:40:50 PM »
Silvije what are R1 and R2? Can you please tell me those resistances?
Groundloop that circuit works as well as Silvije? cause it's modified a bit.
Thanks guys

Offline Silvije

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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
« Reply #8 on: September 09, 2009, 10:17:48 PM »
I guess those resistances depend on coil and transistor characteristics.
Try with values about 1k.

But I will point out this again: you should look at this schematics as an ideas for circuit, you should not look exact parts and their values... that needs to be determined, I guess according to values of Bedini setups which are "known to work"

regards

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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
« Reply #9 on: September 10, 2009, 12:05:36 AM »
This is in fact "double" Bedini pulse charger which uses 2 batteries which charge each other simultaneously. I called it "buster" because if the Bedini circuit does not do anything unconvential, the batteries will eventualy be both depleted... however if the charging captures some of the "energy of universe" this circuit have a good chance to be perpetuum mobile :) which I doubt.
There is no need to swap batteries or anything, first battery is charging second and vice versa...
you are welcome to comment and to build this circuit of course and tell us all what's up
I voted yes on the survey, but I couldn't say, "With reservations."  You'll still need a rotating wheel and several North-pole-side-out magnets glued to it, for this to begin working.
Using something like a relay to trigger the transistors would make more sense to me.
Counter-winding the coils for a Caduceus coil /Joule Thief effect might also be useful.
Adding an additional coil to the trigger coil and then harvesting the EMF created was also done by others.

--Lee

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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
« Reply #10 on: September 10, 2009, 08:53:06 AM »
I voted yes on the survey, but I couldn't say, "With reservations."  You'll still need a rotating wheel and several North-pole-side-out magnets glued to it, for this to begin working.
Using something like a relay to trigger the transistors would make more sense to me.
Counter-winding the coils for a Caduceus coil /Joule Thief effect might also be useful.
Adding an additional coil to the trigger coil and then harvesting the EMF created was also done by others.

--Lee

I hope you have noticed my poor wheel graphics on both circuit images... so I got that covered.
If you like to add another coil to the schematics you are welcome.
Please post here the circuit with your idea.

NB: It should be sufficient to explain something in words but lots of us likes images :) so everyone with some idea for modification please make a schematic (eagle is easy but you can also draw it with hand) or modify Groundloop's eagle files and put it here...

thanx

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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
« Reply #10 on: September 10, 2009, 08:53:06 AM »
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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
« Reply #11 on: September 10, 2009, 02:20:15 PM »
This is in fact "double" Bedini pulse charger which uses 2 batteries which charge each other simultaneously. I called it "buster" because if the Bedini circuit does not do anything unconvential, the batteries will eventualy be both depleted... however if the charging captures some of the "energy of universe" this circuit have a good chance to be perpetuum mobile :) which I doubt.

There is no need to swap batteries or anything, first battery is charging second and vice versa...

you are welcome to comment and to build this circuit of course and tell us all what's up
a Bedini circuit does do somthing unconventional . It makes use of the wasted BEMF and also as a plus spins magnets which can be used to harvest more excess energy from coils . . I have built a self runner with My own modifications to the ihotem idea althought i did do this with out knowing about him first . My bedin does feedback to the source and is not isolated . With the proper resonance and parts placment one is able to attaing the primary run battery and see gain without a secondary battery . . I have also filed you project as i have several ongoing perpetual products already and are being sold to the public . One is the E-light (patent pending) which uses magnetic rotation rater than a rotor to run Leds lights on one depleted aaa battery and charge another aaa battery simultaneously  allowing indefinate swapping . you allways have a spare battery ready . there is no one else  on the market offering such a daring device as the E-light yet in a sell able form . .

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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
« Reply #12 on: September 10, 2009, 02:41:34 PM »
Nice Circuit . I have built a self runner with My own modifications to the ihotem idea althought i did do this with out knowing about him first . My bedin does feedback to the source and is not isolated . With the proper resonance and parts placment one is able to attaing the primary run battery and see gain without a secondary battery . . I have also filed you project as i have several ongoing perpetual products already and are being sold to the public . One is the E-light (patent pending) which uses magnetic rotation rater than a rotor to run Leds lights on one depleted aaa battery and charge another aaa battery simultaneously  allowing indefinate swapping . you allways have a spare battery ready . there is no one else  on the market offering such a daring device as the E-light yet in a sellable form . .

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If you have self-running device please post a circuit schematic, or if there is already topic on overunity.com about your device please give as a link..

this part about patents I don't get... for example, If I would have free-energy device I would give it to everybody
for free, no patents...
but that's just me..


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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
« Reply #13 on: September 10, 2009, 05:06:01 PM »
Silvije but that schematic that you posted worked for you? Did it charge the source battery or you're still expermenting cause I don't want to loose time building it without knowing if it works or not :).
Thanks

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Re: Bedini pulse charger buster
« Reply #14 on: September 10, 2009, 07:30:59 PM »
If you have self-running device please post a circuit schematic, or if there is already topic on overunity.com about your device please give as a link..

this part about patents I don't get... for example, If I would have free-energy device I would give it to everybody
for free, no patents...
but that's just me..
:) i gave already !Check out Threads on me and My aka fusionchipSome things are not disclosed because i signed a non disclosure  agreement . Huge Dollars in Free energy machines . you can buy one @ www.sunpowerwindpower.com . The units i sell will self destruct if tampered with and render them usless another patent in the process for that as well . Free energy is free money . who do you know that give free money ? I would like to meet him .

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