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John Bedini's "Simplified School Girl" Radiant Energy Oscillator and Energizer Motor
New Ceiling Fan Energizer Video Uploaded
I have two identical small ceiling fans I got the other day for free. The first one is the way it is normally hooked up. The second one is a conversion. I compare them below.
Here is a video of a normal AC driven ceiling fan:
You can see it draws 29 Watts at low speed and 42 Watts at high speed. Fan blades are turned to the same angle as my below Energizer Ceiling Fan.This AC fan at low speed is a bit slower than what I have the Energizer one going at, so it is doing a little less work. I ran this at low quality video because of space and because you all know what a normal ceiling fan draws from the wall.
Below are links to a short video I made of my Bedini Simplified School Girl circuit ceiling fan conversion. I mounted the blades to an aluminum bicycle wheel with 12 cermaic magnets from Radio Shack. Circuit is just like what John has done here: http://www.icehouse.net/john34/kron.html with his 6 coiler. Here are my clips:
Ceiling Fan Energizer Video 1In clip 2 I accidently call the primary battery the charging battery but then correct myself later. Notice it is running well under 10 volts (as the battery was really discharged to start with). 9.3 volts times 1.8 amps is 16.74 Watts. The meter is a ruff average estimate as you can see the fluctuation. I also have true RMS meters, and an oscope to look at the fine details of the exact charges and discharges. The primary battery does get a little charge back with this circuit so in the final analysis we are really around 16 Watts of work to power this fan a little faster than with the regular AC motor. So it takes half as much to run it with a Bedini SG circuit. But wait, there's more. It also charges another battery bank! It charges an identical battery faster than the primary bank discharges (that is, you get more back than you give). And if I reduce the internal resistance of the battery and increase the size of the charging bank then I can charge even more battery and be able to do more work than if I just had the same size battery I have been charging with.
Now I can increase the voltage to increase the speed as in any DC motor, or I could change the trigger resistor a little either way to do the same. Or I could add 12 more magnets around the wheel for added power. So I can run this fan at the speed of any ceiling fan for free while getting more charged batteries in the end.
With advanced modifications this can be made to automatically swap the batteries around and dump the excess out to another load...
This circuit is under the following US patent: 6,545,444 and International patent: WO 02/073779.
Window Motor Energizer Video Uploaded
Below are two video clips of an experimental replication of John Bedini's Magnetic Window Motor with the Simplified School Girl circuit in place of the original circuit. The rotor and coil diagram can be seen on John Bedini's old web pages.
Now selling John's 1984 book: Bedini's Free Energy Generator
The following is the Yahoo forum we are using to discuss and build these machines:peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Bedini_SG
theory and information behind this are found at the following John Bedini webs sites:
energenx.com/john1/john1.html Energenx.com Products
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