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    Thumbs up How to Make a Bedini Crystal Battery

    This thread is for the exploration of John Bedini's Crystal Battery method and how to make your own.

    There are many ways to light an LED with various ingredients and this may even include many common ingredients. However, this thread is not for the discussion of anything other than John Bedini's specific method, which is based on alum, copper, etc...

    John Bedini shared much of this information here in this thread at Energetic Forum: Bedini Earth Light

    There is a lot of valuable information in that thread and we recommend that you look through it. There are many replications there as well as many distractions, but you can ignore those and simply focus on John's method, which is not simply some galvanic cell that rapidly corrodes metal. It is literally a form of a water fuel cell and this is completely different.

    If you want to purchase a pre-made device built to John Bedini's specifications, visit this thread: http://www.energyscienceforum.com/cr...ery-light.html

    But again, this thread is for the discussion of the theory behind this method as well as sharing information about the actual experiments so that anyone can learn how to make their own.

    Remember, this thread is not about sharing other methods to light an LED using Elmer's Glue or bubble gum - it is alum, copper, etc... and any such posts that deviate from this method will be deleted to prevent distraction.

    If you want to discuss other methods, then please go start your own thread on that elsewhere. Thank you for understanding.

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    Bedini Earthlight The Easy Way

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    Supplies

    Hey John-

    Thanks for the information. I am searching online for the copper rod, magnesium strip, and the plastic tube you used in your video. Where did you purchase those items?
    I'm sure I could find similar stuff, but if you have already done the legwork...that would be great info...

    Cheers,

    Branch

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    SG Oscillator

    Hi John,

    cool forum and thanks for announcing the shift over at yahoo.
    At the conference you also showed a different oscillator which was related to the SG.
    I think it had a 40 feet bifilar coil, a unspecified resistor and some more stuff. Could you or some else post the exact circuit with the specs of the components?
    Cheers and good luck,

    Prato

    BTW: How are the pressure cells and the baked cells with manganese dioxide doing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by prato_braun View Post
    Hi John,

    cool forum and thanks for announcing the shift over at yahoo.
    At the conference you also showed a different oscillator which was related to the SG.
    I think it had a 40 feet bifilar coil, a unspecified resistor and some more stuff. Could you or some else post the exact circuit with the specs of the components?
    Cheers and good luck,

    Prato

    BTW: How are the pressure cells and the baked cells with manganese dioxide doing?
    @Prato

    Here is a link to Bedini's patent on his oscillator, it should contain parts values. Patent US7990110 - Circuits and related methods for charging a battery - Google Patents

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    Thank you John for your continued contribution, hardwork and willingness to share your results with all of us. I have been following your work for years now and I must say the Bedini Crystal Battery is what we all have been trying to achieve. I have followed your instruction and made a small version of the Battery and it does what a battery should do, it provides ample voltage and amperage to power a device. Using a 1 1/4" copper cap, a magnesium anode and alum for the battery and using the SG oscillator my battery powers a 3.5v 28,500mcd LED bright enough to show on the wall a few feet away in daylight. Under load the battery is holding at 11.7 mA and .457 volts. It will run strong until the paper towel separating the alum and the magnesium starts to dry and with a drop of water to the edge of the paper towel the battery is back to full strength. It usually takes more than 24 hours for this to occur. I have inspected the components of the battery and there is only a dark gray coating on the outside of the magnesium. It does not appear to have changed in thickness and there is no visible deterioration to the magnesium. I have ordered copper hemispheres and larger magnesium disks to more closely duplicate Johns Battery. I will post a complete outline of its construction here. Thank you John, this battery works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbr00k5 View Post
    @Prato

    Here is a link to Bedini's patent on his oscillator, it should contain parts values. Patent US7990110 - Circuits and related methods for charging a battery - Google Patents
    Hi John B,

    I believe this patent is what you would call your Cable Oscillator? Amazing work! I've been trying to get my head around the latest embodiment as you have shown in your video as well. I'm not sure where in this forum is the best place to discuss this, but I hope you find it. If I may draw your attention to figure 5, which appears to be a tripple cascade of figure three? I'd like you to confirm this diagram is 100% correct to build from. My problem is with two juctions that appear to join the trigger coil right across two out of three of the other coils. This looks nothing like a logical extension or cascade of the circuit in figure 3 & I cannot understand how it would work like this. I'm thinking this sort of thing is what happens when drawing a line through junctions that aren't meant to connect on most circuit design software programs around today, that it automatically joins them up for you. Removing those two junctions joining the top of each base resistor to the collector of the same transistor (except the last one) would make perfect sense, in line with all of your other brilliant designs I have seen thus far. I have re-drawn it in the image below without any wires crossing over each other, using on-page connectors instead. I'd like you to look into this & verify that the top of that trigger coil should not be joined to the collectors of those two transistors in figure 5, but only to the base resistors of all three transistors.

    Many Thanks.

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    Hi Branch,
    I guess Aluminium will work in place of Magnesium..... and is easily available..
    Rgds,
    Faraday88.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_Bedini View Post
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    John,

    Is this the circuit potted inside the light I bought at the conference or is that something different? I did successfully build the circuit you show here to run off my Cu-Alum cells.

    Thanks,
    Cam

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    No, you have the circuit, Solid State SG Oscillator as posted by me



    Quote Originally Posted by Cam Geddes View Post
    John,

    Is this the circuit potted inside the light I bought at the conference or is that something different? I did successfully build the circuit you show here to run off my Cu-Alum cells.

    Thanks,
    Cam
    John Bedini
    My homepage: http://johnbedini.net

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