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Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey, updated on June 15, 2016 at 1:58 am.

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

Source: John Bedini, for this project at PESWiki.

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 That has been replaced by a 1000-V diode (shown in photo).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.

See also: There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1]