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Atlantis' Replication of John Bedini's Simplified 'School Girl' Motor and Battery Energizer


Brief Description 
First announced Jan. 3, 2004 Says he has built three variants.


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Photos/Video

pending

"I will give scope pic."

Data

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Chronology

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Jan. 3, 2005

First announced replication success.

Modified from original posting at User_talk:Atlantis, Jan. 3, 2004.

Hello all,

I build several BEDINI motors.

1, Adams type with Hall sens two coils/NO REAL CHARGE only about 28% EMF as John said

2, SG 8 magnets 5 inch rotor one coil 3x900 windings same circuit as John. It charges batteries full, but takes a long time -- 3 days. Chargin 3 batteries. 12V 1.2 Ah lead acid.

3, 22 inch bicycle wheel under work

The small batterys are important.

My experience when we have big batterys not enough charging effect,

I didnt see this ,on this side, if Im wrong please correct it. This is very important!!!!!!

You name tuning or resonance,I would like to see a scope pic between base and emitter.

I know Johns motor pulse,but i dont get it. I have PC scope perhaps its to lazy. What charges the batteries? It's a ringing wave as John wrote. Thats I have.

One very encourage letter is, it's from Harlan Sanders, but not more.

I respect Sterling Allan works but for me not clear.

Please if you have more information give it.

The technology is indispensable.

We have enough theory.

BSG shows the future.

I'm not American, sorry my wrong English, but I will give info what i have.

Atlantis


Replication Particulars

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See also


- Return to School Girl Radiant Energy Circuit and Motor
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