Harshad Gawde: i cant understand the coil building structure
Deborah Anne DeMarco: do you got a vid on the self contained self powered one ?
where do you get parts for all this ?
Deborah Anne DeMarco: whats that silver thing connecting to your charging 12v battery?
Davey Gregg (Dj BioMas): What is the output voltage?
Made by one man: How can we be sure you are getting 35 mA at high pulses averaging out the spikes with 12.91 you can only hope it charged by readings after correct? contact me also I have something big for you. thanks Scott
Skinz2013: Need help on the trigger coil no movement with 6v battery and tried a 12v the coil got hot ???
aaalexccc: That's not perpetual motion machine! The magnets have 400 years life
ZeekerBolero5: How high is the output voltage when you say "very high voltage"?
DarkrickNetwork: can you show how to build the coil?
3personcomedy: What the people who doubt these systems don't understand is that this is not receiving more energy than is being put into it, the battery is putting in X amount of energy, the magnets and coils are generating energy as well as Faraday's law will explain to those interested. He is getting energy from the battery, and energy from the coils and magnets as a system, it's not perpetual motion or creating energy out of thin air.
vinnieb571: Will this work on 24 volt batteries
Thomas Ferko: Are you using rectified ac to charge your 12 volt battery ( In other woirds DC power) or are you using hi frequency hi voltage AC back EMF coming directly off the coil itself?
Khanh Ly: Hey what if you put 4 more magnets + 5 ( more more coils ), will your volt goes up ?
Jose Farinha: I saw a diagram of the circuit. the neon bulb connects to the open hole, and the E on the transistor? the diagram also shows IN4007 connecting to the other open hole. But, I see only one thing connection to one of your open holes? do you have a better diagram? Idont understand your connections? where can you get the spool? I found a bunch of wire from a junk tv off craigslist.
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.
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 the coil?
BrokenCapo: is there a substitute for neon bulb ?
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