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Thread: John Bedini states - radiantly charge battery can be used as the primary with the SG

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffrey sr miller View Post
    Hi Tom C.

    I like your boating website!

    This is John B. website, and he is trying to get all people on the same page
    with the SSG unit.

    I don't want to go into new SSG units here.

    But I will put the info. on my website Energy Bat under PROJECT #10.

    Please give me some time, it will be a big website.

    I have over 40 years of info.

    The only Batteries you should used is Trojan, if you want great Results.

    Have fun

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    Geoffrey,
    Is your site up yet? Can't seem to get through on the listed URL?
    James

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    HI James

    Yes, here is the website Energy Bat or energybat.com

    Thanks geoffrey

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    Old thread but I just want to add a thing about swapping batteries with SSG (no cap dump). If I am not wrong, I read/heard John B saying that you could swap the batteries with a rest time (giving time to the negative energy to go positive in the battery). And other way to do it ( to swap without cap dump) is to have the trigger winding separated from the power winding, and that way it would work.

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    yes that is correct.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlvaroHN View Post
    Old thread but I just want to add a thing about swapping batteries with SSG (no cap dump). If I am not wrong, I read/heard John B saying that you could swap the batteries with a rest time (giving time to the negative energy to go positive in the battery). And other way to do it ( to swap without cap dump) is to have the trigger winding separated from the power winding, and that way it would work.
    Hi Tom C/ AlvaroHN,

    Very Interesting aspect of the SSG here,I'm Keen to know where JB states about swapping batteries on SSG with SEPARATED TRIGGER WINDING .?? (which of the DVD) much of the SSGs are operated this way i guess viz: the 10 coiler the 12 coiler ect. but on the other hand, i remember JB saying that you can't swap the batteries as the Energy would die out if you did that, he refers of using an (Sine wave preferred) Inverter to do the conversion and that the out put of the Inverter with suitable step down/ current would back charge the primary all the while the batteries cater other loads..
    Another thing I observed recently about the SG (not SSG)while rejuvenating Batteries is that a Rest period allowed between continuous pulses revives the Batteries faster for the same power input to the system.
    'A brief period where no pulses are present' is a common statement i get to read in a couple of Patents working on Radiant Energy technology.
    in the Intermediate book I read that a 100hrs rest to the Radiantly charged Battery would deplete the gain attained in the Batteries.
    I think there are both the extremities, where it would gain in one(SG)(Called E-AMP Effect) and lose in another with TIME (SSG)(Un backed E-AMP effect),

    Rgds,
    Faraday88.
    Last edited by Faraday88; 10-13-2015 at 03:19 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faraday88 View Post
    Hi Tom C/ AlvaroHN,

    Very Interesting aspect of the SSG here,I'm Keen to know where JB states about swapping batteries on SSG with SEPARATED TRIGGER WINDING .?? (which of the DVD) much of the SSGs are operated this way i guess viz: the 10 coiler the 12 coiler ect. but on the other hand, i remember JB saying that you can't swap the batteries as the Energy would die out if you did that, he refers of using an (Sine wave preferred) Inverter to do the conversion and that the out put of the Inverter with suitable step down/ current would back charge the primary all the while the batteries cater other loads.
    Quote Originally Posted by Faraday88 View Post
    Rgds,
    Faraday88.
    I can speak to the quote...
    it was in the wind powered DVD can't remember the DVD number.
    so not only does the trigger have to be separate but the wheel has to be driven by some other source. In this instance the energy IMHO is magneto with a touch of supply so no energy is being used to spin the wheel except the wind.
    here's a vid of the window B kit doing something similar without a supply/primary battery...

    I'm using the "window-coils" as above and the wheel is being driven with SSG separately.
    Kind Regards,
    Patrick

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    Hi Patrick,

    Quote Originally Posted by min2oly View Post
    I can speak to the quote...
    it was in the wind powered DVD can't remember the DVD number. ............

    Kind Regards,
    Patrick
    That would be EFTV Part 25 "Bedini Monopole Master Class 2"
    Gary Hammond,

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    Quote Originally Posted by min2oly View Post
    I can speak to the quote...
    it was in the wind powered DVD can't remember the DVD number.
    so not only does the trigger have to be separate but the wheel has to be driven by some other source. In this instance the energy IMHO is magneto with a touch of supply so no energy is being used to spin the wheel except the wind.
    here's a vid of the window B kit doing something similar without a supply/primary battery...

    I'm using the "window-coils" as above and the wheel is being driven with SSG separately.
    Kind Regards,
    Patrick
    Hi Patrick,

    where is the Trigger placed if it is excited separately????the window motor is a torque motor and can be every well used as a prime mover for a Magneto-electric Induction (Faraday Induction) in which case SG coil is not at all the issue..could you please elaborate the link here..!
    Rgds,
    Faraday88

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faraday88 View Post
    Hi Patrick,

    where is the Trigger placed if it is excited separately????the window motor is a torque motor and can be every well used as a prime mover for a Magneto-electric Induction (Faraday Induction) in which case SG coil is not at all the issue..could you please elaborate the link here..!
    Rgds,
    Faraday88
    Ok, forget what i'm saying about my windowmotor setup - too complicated iteration of it :-)

    Think of the build as a regular SSG with detached trigger winding. The master coil sits away from the wheel altogether! the trigger coil is the only thing near the wheel. That's it...
    KR,
    Patrick

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