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    Hi Faraday,

    Well, the plot does show a couple of periods where the charging is higher than the rest of the plot. Between roughly 250 and 350 minutes (about midday) you can see the voltage fluctuates between 13.0 and 13.6.

    Yes, this is using the setup as shown in the video.

    John K.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    On your video posted 5-13-18 I get only a black square and does nothing when I click on it. Does anyone else have a problem viewing it?
    Hi Richard,
    I was able to view the video with no problem what so ever!

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    Hi Richard,

    Try the URL https://youtu.be/rgwiVP5uh-o

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faraday88 View Post
    Hi JK,
    Thank you for your wise inputs as always! Yes, not yet tried your version.. just intriguing on the coil geometry , turns ratio, gauge, with respect to the standard Switched Battery (SSG) mode ect. about the FWBR orientation,I just worked out the other possible configuration for this topology... it seems to short the Switch either ways.. so i stick with the above schematic. must be doing something to the receive battery for sure.
    Best Regards,
    Faraday88.
    @all,
    Here is my latest circuit... I would like to emphasis one thing in perticular to this topology though.. the input parameters such as the Capacitors, the Coil and the some other things have to of the following specification:
    1) High Voltage/Low capacitance Capacitor you can use the output of a SSG machine to charge this.
    2) Coil bifilar Air-cored
    3) High-impedance light bulb (High-Voltage/low current)
    4)The FWBR has to be a High-Voltage Fast recovery type (descrete assembled), also the Diode on the positive line above 'feeding' the light bulb(Electron extraction element of Stanley Meyer).

    @All,
    Just wanted to post a corrected Circuit..here below is the corrected circuit: the Battery(Polarization) alignment to the Radiant spike is corrected please note.Corrected Coil-Cap dump circuit..jpg

    Best Regards,
    Faraday88.
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    Last edited by Faraday88; 05-30-2018 at 01:17 AM. Reason: correction
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faraday88 View Post
    @all,
    Here is my latest circuit... I would like to emphasis one thing in perticular to this topology though.. the input parameters such as the Capacitors, the Coil and the some other things have to of the following specification:
    1) High Voltage/Low capacitance Capacitor you can use the output of a SSG machine to charge this.
    2) Coil bifilar Air-cored
    3) High-impedance light bulb (High-Voltage/low current)
    4)The FWBR has to be a High-Voltage Fast recovery type (descrete assembled), also the Diode on the positive line above 'feeding' the light bulb(Electron extraction element of Stanley Meyer).


    Best Regards,
    Faraday88.
    Hi Faraday,

    can you please explain how your circuit is pulsing the coil with a cap pulser? (as per the thread title)

    John K.

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    Graph showing pulsing the coil reduces charge time with same input

    I wanted to prove whether or not pulsing a coil with a cap pulser was providing any extra benefit, rather than just directly charging a battery with a cap pulser.

    Here's a charge chart that shows that pulsing a coil with the Bedini Large Comparator reduces the charge time with the same input.

    The black charge curve is displaying the battery being charged with just the output of the Bedini Large Comparator (BLC). The input to the BLC is a lab power supply that has the current set at 2.0A. The BLC is set to discharge the capacitors at 25V.

    The red charge curve is displaying the battery being charged with the BLC and the coil, as per the previously posted schematic. The input to the BLC is a lab power supply that has the current set at 2.0A. The BLC is set to discharge the capacitors at 25V.

    As you can see by the below chart, the battery was completely charged about 1 hour faster by pulsing the coil with the cap pulser, as opposed to charging it directly with the cap pulser.



    Below is an enlarged part of the last part of the black charge curve, showing the battery was charged to 15.409V in 1,299 minutes.


    Below is an enlarged part of the last part of the red charge curve, showing the battery was charged to 15.429V in 1,243 minutes - a slightly higher voltage in 56 minutes less.


    This a approximately a 5% reduction in charge time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John_Koorn View Post
    Hi Faraday,

    can you please explain how your circuit is pulsing the coil with a cap pulser? (as per the thread title)

    John K.
    Hi JK,
    I did not have access to the cap pulser ( Large Comparator), but that did not stop me from trying out this version of the circuit.
    The power switch i will leave it for people here in the forum to tinker with. i know it can be done with several ways present in all bedini books (FEG as well).
    I have hinted enough on the parameters essential to this topology..especially the High-Voltage, Low Capacitance for a Air-cored Coil that you showed us.
    i want people to understand the gist of the process more than just build it and leave it.. Science behind this is paramount.. its 'Use' only reaps as a blessing to individuals.
    How the circuit works: this circuit is inverted version of the standard SSG/SG circuit.
    but its the full regaugue version of it with the use of the Light bulb used in that position.
    Look at the resistor/light bulb, as i said its exact opposite of the battery..ie a battery is a Negistor and the a light buld is a Resistor.. in the Gauge -regauge mechanism process(Tesla-Impulse-Reaction) the resistor becomes more resistive and the negistor becomes more Negative and that is where it is the same as the Electron-extrator like what Stan Meyer does in further boosting the Energy level by Ionizing HHO gas (ie. the Gas atoms get highly charged and the electrons ripped off and sent into the resistor getting 'consumed' there as Power.

    Best Regards,
    Faraday88.
    Last edited by Faraday88; 05-28-2018 at 11:53 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John_Koorn View Post
    I wanted to prove whether or not pulsing a coil with a cap pulser was providing any extra benefit, rather than just directly charging a battery with a cap pulser.

    Here's a charge chart that shows that pulsing a coil with the Bedini Large Comparator reduces the charge time with the same input.

    The black charge curve is displaying the battery being charged with just the output of the Bedini Large Comparator (BLC). The input to the BLC is a lab power supply that has the current set at 2.0A. The BLC is set to discharge the capacitors at 25V.

    The red charge curve is displaying the battery being charged with the BLC and the coil, as per the previously posted schematic. The input to the BLC is a lab power supply that has the current set at 2.0A. The BLC is set to discharge the capacitors at 25V.

    As you can see by the below chart, the battery was completely charged about 1 hour faster by pulsing the coil with the cap pulser, as opposed to charging it directly with the cap pulser.



    Below is an enlarged part of the last part of the black charge curve, showing the battery was charged to 15.409V in 1,299 minutes.


    Below is an enlarged part of the last part of the red charge curve, showing the battery was charged to 15.429V in 1,243 minutes - a slightly higher voltage in 56 minutes less.


    This a approximately a 5% reduction in charge time.
    Super JK!!
    Plus the Depth of Charge in the Battery that happens by this method..
    I guess with cycling on this Charger it will increasingly get better and then stabilize at a point
    Best Regards,
    Faraday88.
    Last edited by Faraday88; 05-29-2018 at 06:57 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faraday88 View Post
    Hi JK,
    I did not have access to the cap pulser ( Large Comparator), but that did not stop me from trying out this version of the circuit.
    The power switch i will leave it for people here in the forum to tinker with. i know it can be done with several ways present in all bedini books (FEG as well).
    I have hinted enough on the parameters essential to this topology..especially the High-Voltage, Low Capacitance for a Air-cored Coil that you showed us.
    i want people to understand the gist of the process more than just build it and leave it.. Science behind this is paramount.. its 'Use' only reaps as a blessing to individuals.
    How the circuit works: this circuit is inverted version of the standard SSG/SG circuit.
    but its the full regaugue version of it with the use of the Light bulb used in that position.
    Look at the resistor/light bulb, as i said its exact opposite of the battery..ie a battery is a Negistor and the a light buld is a Resistor.. in the Gauge -regauge mechanism process(Tesla-Impulse-Reaction) the resistor becomes more resistive and the negistor becomes more Negative and that is where it is the same as the Electron-extrator like what Stan Meyer does in further boosting the Energy level by Ionizing HHO gas (ie. the Gas atoms get highly charged and the electrons ripped off and sent into the resistor getting 'consumed' there as Power.

    Best Regards,
    Faraday88.
    I did say in an earlier post that you don't need a Bedini Large Comparator to try this circuit. In fact, I said you could build it with 2 12V batteries and a $1 555 timer circuit in about 20 minutes. Remember, the basis of the experiment is a "3 battery switch"??

    I'm not going to hold you back from whatever experiments you want to do (in fact I encourage it!), however I do consider that your circuit is so far removed from mine that you should've started a separate thread.

    John K.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faraday88 View Post
    Super JK!!
    Plus the Depth of Charge in the Battery that happens by this method..
    I guess with cycling on this Charger it will increasingly get better and then stabilize at a point
    Best Regards,
    Faraday88.
    Thank you

    Yes, I did theorise to myself that this method of charging should provide a deeper charge and improved rejuvenation capabilities, however I have not done enough testing to prove that theory yet.

    Anyhow, I did design this primarily as a practical "solar charger" so the next step is to design a circuit that will stop charging when the battery is fully charged.

    After that I'm going to revisit my 3 battery switch circuit that rotates the batteries when required, but still using the "pulsing the coil" method that is the topic of this thread. The end goal is the "self-running" battery charger - still chasing that dream

    John K.

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