ZeekerBolero5: How high is the output voltage when you say "very high voltage"?
aaalexccc: That's not perpetual motion machine! The magnets have 400 years life
ZTrinium: If you want to charge it fast, take a 1,3mm wire (16awg) make a coil with
~500-600 turns. And a commutator (brush). There must be only 1 connect line
(the circuit must be closed at circle 180° only once (~2mm connect line).
You can use a 1n4007 or FR107 diode. Don't use magnets for the rotor! Take
2 (magnetic) iron plates. Like a big nut or something...
However the batteries will stay cool when charging. When they are full and
the device is still running they will get warm and... Be careful!
Acme Fixer: No one has yet invented the perpetual motion machine and defied the laws of
physics*. But don't let that stop you from trying. Thanks for the video. *
No matter what you see on YT, the simple fact is that IF someone did find
out how to do it, they certainly wouldn't be selling plans and kits. They'd
be hoarding the secret until they could make a few billion with it.
Inguss Pusmucans: You try calculate COP? If yes, how big? Bedini said, before you measure COP
you should charge/discharge battery minimum 5 times...possible 20 times,
only then you can say system work well or not
electronicsNmore: You are using 12V at 100ma, but you are converting that power input to a
much higher voltage at 35 ma. Efficient or not, this unit allows me to
charge batteries that would not take a change normally. It also allows me
to charge batteries to a higher voltage before cutting the charger off.
thatdrh: You're pulling a continuous 100ma. You say the battery is getting 35ma.
Knowing the magnet size, and not the diameter of that wheel I can't tell
you Duty cycle of the output of your coil. I have seen enough to know, this
isn't an efficient way to charge batteries. It's still cool though.
Justin Giorgi: thatdrh, it isn't supposed to be an effective way to charge the battery.
This is a cheap battery desulphater. Nothing more.
electronicsNmore: No, it has to be a small 120v neon lamp. You can buy them at radio shack. I
used a drill, and I wound both wires onto the spool at the same time.
vinnieb571: Will this work on 24 volt batteries
David Moody: How much did it coast you for all the parts? or How much to build?
David Moody: Where did you buy the magnets? Thank You
LiamXaoh: The Bedini circuit doesn't produce more power than is consumed.
Jose Farinha: for the neon bulb, I have a bunch of christmas lights, they look , like
what you have, will those work for the neon bulb. also, how did you wind
Inguss Pusmucans: supermagnete.de
electronicsNmore: @limetrolllll вы
Jeffery Carter: You are one smart bastard. Let me know when you sell these. I'd love to own
electronicsNmore: You can buy them on Ebay, or other online stores for magnets.
BrokenCapo: is there a substitute for neon bulb ?
Khanh Ly: Hey what if you put 4 more magnets + 5 ( more more coils ), will your volt
goes up ?