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'Joe's Replication of John Bedini's Directory:Bedini SG'

Brief Description : Third replication in progress.....First sg completed in 2000 -

Photos/Video

Bifilar Coil, 6ohms and 12ohms

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Needs adjusting, aligning, but it fired right up. Ran at the batteries c20 rate @ 48ma. after adding up to 4k ohms.

(500ma meter on the left)

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Base resistance lowered down to under 900ohms, that raised the current to 190ma in order to get only one pulse. Ran at 220rpm.

11/18/05 note The coils were wired backwards in all past tests with this model. Now fixed, the speed is 194 rpm @ 80ma in it's sweet spot (i think). I adjust the base resistor until the current sort of jumps down to its lowest point, while at the same time the motor runs pretty fast. 8 magnet rotor with 2n3055 transistor.

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03/03/06 Trying to see if scalar south really does anything to help the trigger voltage.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Bedini_SG/message/3403

RESULTS = No scalar effect noticed in helping trigger the transistor.

IF scalar south was helping out (as in the scalar pictures), we would see a

higher trigger

voltage in the ROTOR "A" test, IMO.

Note: sometimes Movies had to be used inplace of pictures to capture the

reading.

TEST SCALAR ROTOR "A":

16 magnet Rotor

Scope reading between pulses = 12ms

1/12ms = 83.3 pulses per second

83.3/16magnets = 5.2 rotations per second

5.2 60 = 312 RPM [EACH MAGNET'S SPEED]

Induced TRIGGER VOLTAGE = 17.5 VOLTS AC

Rotor A SPEED verification video:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Bedini_SG2/files/sst%20movies/2_27_06_12ms.MPG

Rotor A voltage verification picture:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Bedini_SG2/files/SST%20pics/2_27_06triggerlevelFIN.jpg

Rotor A voltage verification video:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Bedini_SG2/files/sst%20movies/2_27_06_17.5volts.MPG

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