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Bedini SG ยท Bedini SG Radiant Energy Project, Solid state resonance

:Nov. 4, 2004

:Hi all, been reading the messages here for some time, but this is my first post.

: I haven't received all the parts yet to build the full There was an error working with the wiki: Code[3], but I did manage get enough parts to build a circuit that achieves There was an error working with the wiki: Code[4] There was an error working with the wiki: Code[5].

: I used a 12V There was an error working with the wiki: Code[6] as the source Voltage, and in the first part of the experiment, did not connect any output There was an error working with the wiki: Code[7] (making sure to connect the neon lamp across the transistor collector & emitter). I hooked up a 220 ohm resistor in series with a 50k pot, so that when playing with the pot, I never have less than 220 ohms into the base of the There was an error working with the wiki: Code[8], to avoid too much input There was an error working with the wiki: Code[9].

: After making all the connections & turning the power supply on, I was able to easily break into solid state resonance by quickly waving a magnet over the coil to get it started. The There was an error working with the wiki: Code[10]s were audible, and if I turned the pot down, the frequency would decrease, if i turned it up, the frequency would increase. There was a low-end cutoff point right around 11k ohms where the oscillation could not sustain itself anymore and I would have to increase the resistance and start it back up manually with the magnet. The There was an error working with the wiki: Code[11] of the resonance would peak right at that There was an error working with the wiki: Code[12], and the There was an error working with the wiki: Code[13] would also glow the brightest at this point.

: I took some measurements at a point very close to this cutoff point, and the amplitude was about 112V p-p, with a period of about 0.4 ms (2500 Hz). I took a picture of my scope and have added it to the photos section.

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Image:Jim Bedini SG scope no charge batt Nov4 04.jpg

: At this point, the power supply was putting out about 70 ma at 12 V.

: One very strage phenomenon I noticed while playing with this circuit, if I had resonance, cut the Power, then restored power, it would resonate right away without the need to manually restart with the magnet. However, if I turned down the resistance into the base of the transistor below 11k so the oscillations would stop, then turned the resistance back up into the resonant range, cut power, then restored power, I would have to restart manually with the There was an error working with the wiki: Code[14]. The circuit seems to have a "last state" memory of sorts.

: I then hooked up the charging battery (two 6V lead acid batteries in series), and it was much harder to start solid state resonance. After several minutes of trial and error, I found that if I atually struck the magnet on the coil core, I could get resonance as long as the base resistor was within its working range.

: The There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1], with the source voltage at 12.8 volts, putting out around 10 mA. I got a 0 There was an error working with the wiki: Code[2] current reading into the batteries. The waveform was not smooth like it was without the charging battery. It was non-uniform and was clipping on 1/2 the waveform. I have also added a picture of my scope output for this.

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Image:Jim Bedini SG scope with charge batt Nov4 04.jpg

: Since it is so late, I did not do any charging experiments, but I am anxious to see if the battieries charge even though I am getting a zero current reading into the charging battery.

: I think someone brought this up already, but since the oscillations are possible without the wheel, do we really need the wheel? Or is the point of this experiment that we can actually do (output) work (ft-lbs) while we are charging batteries at the same time?

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