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Solid State Bedini SG on 3 Battery Power Supply

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  • #16
    Hi Bob, I've never had any success with rejuvenating gel cells. I've tried a lot of different methods and a lot of different setups.

    Unfortunately once they have dried out they're ready for recycling.

    John K.

    That's what I have always thought too but I thought I would ask. I still might try adding a little water and see what happens but I don't expect much. I didn't trash pick these, I had mail ordered the replacements for a family member so their was no core return, stuck with them.

    John you may get a kick out of a video I posted over in the beginners section. It is a small SS that is similar in function to what your showing, at least the induction bit.

    Thanks for the response.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by BobZilla View Post
      John you may get a kick out of a video I posted over in the beginners section. It is a small SS that is similar in function to what your showing, at least the induction bit.

      Thanks for the response.
      Hello Bob,
      A link would be useful.

      Also, if you are "spike" pulsing a gel cell battery with a SG type circuit you will crystalise the gel - battery becomes irrevocably stuffed!

      regards

      Dwane
      Last edited by Dwane Dibley; 10-11-2016, 06:57 PM.

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      • #18
        Bedini Solid State SG

        Hi All, here is an updated video on my research with this project. Not too much to update, I've been mainly focussing on rejuvenating the batteries in the video (and moving my lab to a new space).



        Next step is to build a Tesla Switch so the batteries can be rotated.

        John K.

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        • #19
          Hi John,
          So I have a question about what you are doing here. I see that the charge side is the two parallel but then you mentioned adding a switch to flip everything around. I'm curious how this system is going to be used as far as the output. Is it meant for you to swap out the parallel side with batteries that need charging and let it run until all of them are charged and then swap out some more? Or is there going to be some other output of the machine to do some other work and these batteries just flip flop and maintain their charge?

          Thanks for sharing your work ---Bob

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          • #20
            Hi Bob, first thing is to see if after adding the Tesla Switch that the system can at least keep its own batteries charged.

            If that works then I'm looking for it to recharge its own batteries, after taking some energy out of the system.

            Ultimately the the system will keep its own batteries charged whilst charging another battery, external to the system.

            Will keep you you posted on progress, but it will take some time. I will open source the circuits once I have proved that they work. Although this is an upscaled unit I'm also working on building smaller, more portable units with different battery types. For example, wouldn't it be great to be able to carry around a unit that could just recharge your phone for free? That's a long way off though.

            Thanks for your interest.

            John K.

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            • #21
              Hi John,
              Do you have the TS DVD set? If not, have you worked out the switching for the TS?

              Regards

              Dwane

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