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    Single Battery Bedini Using Isolated DC Supply Module

    I performed an experiment by charging and running the same 12V battery, using a 12V In/Out Isolated DC Supply Module and an Arduino Microcontroller. The circuit diagram has been attached. Arduino was used to first open a pin to disconnect the "Normally Closed" Solid State Relay to cut the Bedini run. It then immediately opens another pin that is connected to a "Normally Open" Solid State Relay, to dump the charge from the capacitor to the same run battery, for about 30ms. Then it closed both the pins. It does this activity every 5 seconds, until the change on the capacitor reaches to about 24-30 V for the dump.

    The idea of adding the DC Isolated Supply Module was to isolate the "run" and the "dump" operation. The run section of the circuit is unaware of the dump into the battery due to isolation. Arduino was purely used to control the timing to disconnect the run of the Bedini circuit and then to immediately perform the dump.

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    Dieselship
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    Last edited by Dieselship; 09-12-2015 at 01:30 PM.

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