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Thread: My home-made 10 coiler

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    Junior Member Magnus M.'s Avatar
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    Hi Karel

    I am experimenting with 44 ah start-batteries.

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    Junior Member Magnus M.'s Avatar
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    Hi Mike

    The transistors do not match, I am a carpender so building things out of wood is my thing,I am just a beginner in the technical matters of the Bedini energizers.

    I got all the information i needed to build the machine in "Bedini SG The complete beginners handbook" it is the machine in the book ,multiplied by 10.

    My next step is to get my self an oscilloscope and study it further.

    I have a 60 watts potensiometer and the base resistors are 47 ohms.

    Magnus

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    magnus,
    did you put swicth on each coil?how many amp it takes from primary when all coil is up?

    Alfin

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    Brilliant! your efforts and skills in Carpertry is speaking it all..this will take you to great heights i must say...!!!
    Keep up the good work Magnus...i'm in love with that machine you built.
    Rgds,
    Faraday88.
    Last edited by Faraday88; 06-26-2013 at 08:58 PM.

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    FANTASTIC!! Some people are so talented!!

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    Fantastic , very clean looking , professional work. I will do this in the future for sure ! But first I have to learn all the tips and tricks (tunning,cap dumps) before going into a x-coiler.

    Please , I am very interested how you put together your spools. Are they from wood or plastic ? One piece , or glued together ? How about the wheel, I would appreciate more details. The front is CNC'd or cut out or more parts together ?

    Thank you

    PS: more photos , small details ))

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    Hi Magnus,

    Great job of construction! I know good work when I see it and you have done a fantastic job! Just curious......how much current dose this unit draw when under load charging those big 44AH batteries?

    Bud
    Do not procrastinate! Make something happen...even if it is wrong. Once begun half done!

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    Junior Member Magnus M.'s Avatar
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    Thanks for the compliment Bud

    When I use 3 44ah batteries as primary,and another 3 44 ah as the secondary it draws 2.6 amps, connected in parallel ,12 volts.

    Magnus

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    Junior Member Magnus M.'s Avatar
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    When I run it at 24 volts it draws about 5 amps.

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    Junior Member Magnus M.'s Avatar
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    Hi Mike

    Yes,the batteries charges up to 15.6 volts and they will rest at about 13 volts,which is higher than new ones,they where resting at 12.6 when they where new.
    No I do not power my house with my 10 coiler,I have not done much research yet but I have been charging batteries,it seems to be working very well.
    I am still reading and trying to learn more about this technology .
    When I saw John Bedini´s 10 coiler I thougt it was such a beutiful machine that I had to have one for my self.

    rgd Magnus M.

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