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'Plans for John Bedini's "Directory:Bedini SG"'

Plans

Official

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Latest: Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Bedini SG > Directory:Bedini SG:Plans > Bedini SG Intermediate Handbook Launched - Peter Lindemann and Aaron Murakami's latest ebook "goes deeper into the Bedini SG energizer technology and shows you a bunch of John Bedini's SPECIAL TRICKS for boosting the output even more, which even includes Nikola Tesla's "Method of Conversion". (News:Pure Energy Blog March 26, 2013)
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Latest: Directory:Batteries > Directory:Battery Reconditioning and Recycling / Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Bedini SG > Directory:Bedini SG:Plans > Bedini SG - Peter Lindemann and Aaron Murakami's latest ebook features John Bedini's famous "School Girl Motor", named for its simplicity. However, this is not the first such compilation. Nor is it a clear demonstration of "free energy", though it does illustrate some very interesting principles. (PESN November 27, 2011)

Full Assembly

Photos, drawings, video, animations.

Photo of Bedini's Original
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Photo of working, "Simplified Bedini School Girl", Sept. 24, 2004, from which the plans presented on this site are derived.

Differences between this photo and the plans on this site are as follows:

The device in the photo has its shaft fixed (rather than rotating on the axle as a usual bike wheel) so that its output torque can be assessed. The automotive fan is attached to illustrate the torque output. The torque is a function of (a) strength of magnets, (b) number of coil/circuit assemblies arranged in synchrony {so they fire at the same time}, (c) voltage input. In this simplified plan presentation, we are focusing not on the torque but on the output charging the battery through the circuit -- to verify if this is indeed tapping some external energy field, i.e. radiant energy.

The device in the photo still has a capacitor affixed to the stand, but the capacitor is not hooked up to the circuit. It is left over from an earlier iteration using the same device.

The device in the photo used to also have a four-way bridge, which was hooked to the capacitor. That has been replaced by a 1000-V diode (shown in photo).

The device in the photo shows three wires on the coil. That is also an artifact of a previous iteration. The present design calls for just two wires on the coil, wrapped at the same time parallel to each other the entire distance.

Circuit Schematic

Directory:Bedini SG:Schematic - Sketch by John Bedini and cleaned up by Shelton. Also includes a photo with numbered components.

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Materials

Directory:Bedini SG:Materials - Complete includes specifications, quantity needed, tolerances, and brief sourcing information.

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Directory:Bedini SG:Materials

Assembly Instructions

Directory:Bedini SG:Assembly Instructions - Includes tips on where the latitude is, and what needs to be kept to specs.

Operation

Directory:Bedini SG:Operating Instructions - How to run the device, collect the energy, and cycle the energy.

Variations

(In addition to the windows of tolerance mentioned above).

More Coils

More coils can be added around the perimeter of the wheel.

If there is more than one coil, then the magnets need to be equally spaced around the perimeter of the wheel because the coils need to fire at the same time. This is important, but does not require absolute precision. The window of tolerance is much smaller, however, for this matter. Multi-coil units need to all fire at the same time. The fields need to be expanding and collapsing in synchrony or they will interfere with one another.

Number of turns of wire does not need to be identical from one coil to the next. The window of tolerance is wide here.

See also

Directory:Bedini SG:Replications

Directory:Bedini SG:Materials

Directory:Bedini SG:Assembly Instructions

- Directory:Bedini SG

- Directory

- Main Page

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