Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey, updated on June 15, 2016 at 1:58 am.
'Joe's Replication of John Bedini's Directory:Bedini SG'
Brief Description : Third replication in progress.....First sg completed in 2000 -
Bifilar Coil, 6ohms and 12ohms
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)
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.
03/03/06 Trying to see if scalar south really does anything to help the trigger voltage.
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
voltage in the ROTOR "A" test, IMO.
Note: sometimes Movies had to be used inplace of pictures to capture the
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:
Rotor A voltage verification picture:
Rotor A voltage verification video: