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    Bedini SSG Multi-Coil

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    John Bedini's original 10 coiler

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    from the pic, i see bridge rectf on the left below of the ten coiler.. is the gen coil to the primary, is one independent coil from ten coil or just take one strand from one of the coil? TIA

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    John and Peter did all sorts of experiments with the 10 coiler. Perhaps John can tell us what the bridge rectifier was used for.


    John K.

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    Hi john

    I made 5 coiler and I cant save pictures in photo section to show you what I made this is my first multi straind multicoil bedini motor that is made on profi line scale I have problem with charging current that is 150 mA to 230mA at 2,1-2,5A in primary site???
    Is that normal becouse til now I allways had biger charging current ?????

    with regards stan

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    Pictures of my build its not finishet yet but it will soon be


    Quote Originally Posted by stane View Post
    Hi john

    I made 5 coiler and I cant save pictures in photo section to show you what I made this is my first multi straind multicoil bedini motor that is made on profi line scale I have problem with charging current that is 150 mA to 230mA at 2,1-2,5A in primary site???
    Is that normal becouse til now I allways had biger charging current ?????

    with regards stan
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    Hi Stane, Just saw your build and i am impressed. Nice job of construction and workmanship! Do you have any info on the primary battery or output current? Just curious. Aslo interested in the 5 lead coils .....are they 130' long? I too will be doing this but am testing with a small setup first on the bike wheel to sort out the details. One other thing.....what # is the power diode going to the charge battery?

    I like the very short buss bars and the dual copper buss lead going to the copper tubing.....really well thought out! cool!

    Bud
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    Hi forrest

    All coils are 150 feet long (47 m plus/minus 30cm) it has 253 plus/minus 4 turns the resistenc is 1,2 ohm
    that is the coil all base resistors are 68,4 ohm output diod is 1N5408 betafactor of tranzistor is 31 plus/minus 2 input current is 2,5A charging current is 150 mA input battery is 100Ah output battery is 80 Ah
    hope this helps


    With regards stan

    Quote Originally Posted by Forrest View Post
    Hi Stane, Just saw your build and i am impressed. Nice job of construction and workmanship! Do you have any info on the primary battery or output current? Just curious. Aslo interested in the 5 lead coils .....are they 130' long? I too will be doing this but am testing with a small setup first on the bike wheel to sort out the details. One other thing.....what # is the power diode going to the charge battery?

    I like the very short buss bars and the dual copper buss lead going to the copper tubing.....really well thought out! cool!

    Bud

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    Quote Originally Posted by stane View Post
    Hi john

    I made 5 coiler and I cant save pictures in photo section to show you what I made this is my first multi straind multicoil bedini motor that is made on profi line scale I have problem with charging current that is 150 mA to 230mA at 2,1-2,5A in primary site???
    Is that normal becouse til now I allways had biger charging current ?????

    with regards stan
    Stane,
    Nice build. I assume the magnets are scalar north? if not then change them to scalar north. also all 3 of those copper bus pipes, need to have the ends tied together to for an inductance loop, especially the charge battery positive. also diodes should be voltage drop matched across the junction, resistors to bases should be exactly the same. your charging will go up if you close the charge battery positive bus.

    pleas post pics of collector after diode, trigger at base. want to see the slope of the trigger signal.

    Tom C
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    Hi Tom C

    First: thanks for sugestions I was allways asking my self whay everybody has bus pipes tidet together when I wached the pictures from other builds.
    secondiods are mached litle ones from E to B are 0,498 V
    big ones 1n5408 are 0,569 V
    resistors are hybid made (ceramiks made in 0,5 % exact)thats 68,43 ohm (all of them)
    three: wrote down how many r60 rods I have in every core (125 rods) and howmany turns in every row on coil
    at the moment I have conected 4 coils the fifth one is not conected yet
    four: I dont know what you mean with scalar nort ?? did you mean super scalar north or just scalar north
    my arangment is all six pols are north facing out. with allmoust 3 kg havy rotor.
    Can you explain me what did you mean with:diodes should be voltage drop matched across the junction????

    first and second picture is taken from Colektor, pictur three is from base140920121936.jpg140920121935.jpg140920121937.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by stane View Post
    Hi Tom C

    First: thanks for sugestions I was allways asking my self whay everybody has bus pipes tidet together when I wached the pictures from other builds.
    secondiods are mached litle ones from E to B are 0,498 V
    big ones 1n5408 are 0,569 V
    resistors are hybid made (ceramiks made in 0,5 % exact)thats 68,43 ohm (all of them)
    three: wrote down how many r60 rods I have in every core (125 rods) and howmany turns in every row on coil
    at the moment I have conected 4 coils the fifth one is not conected yet
    four: I dont know what you mean with scalar nort ?? did you mean super scalar north or just scalar north
    my arangment is all six pols are north facing out. with allmoust 3 kg havy rotor.
    Can you explain me what did you mean with:diodes should be voltage drop matched across the junction????

    first and second picture is taken from Colektor, pictur three is from base140920121936.jpg140920121935.jpg140920121937.jpg
    stane,

    scalar north is 2 north poles glued together, then that north to north is glued on edge, that is what provides the sharp switching.


    that thing looks like you have multiple trigger coils, and they are not matched. is there just one master coil? things are definately no alright on that machine, turn off all the coils except the master, do a scope shot, then add coils one at a time.

    Tom C


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