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    Does the technique of rotation with transformer effect (double wires) as in the 1975 Patent motor/generator, ALSO APPLY to the certain special BRIGGS alternators , the one with black and red wires with white end connector, stator ring for riding lawnmower engine . The two ends of alternators are grounded. This is a dual output alternators with wires in same slot being activated by magnets. One side for light bulbs AC , other for one diode charging battery DC . IF PUT TOGETHER, and with bridge rectifier, output was 14.9 amps. Someone tested this and their video was shut down. The alternators are run by crankshaft, no extra electric input power required as in the transformer type Patent.First winding generates ac out, it also induces into 2nd winding for 2nd output increased power, and that winding generates also from magnet. . Free electrical energy increase? A 1 cyl engine with same ring set,was run at idle speed on hydrogen gas generated and expanded water vapor pressure in 2008.
    Last edited by russwr; 05-26-2021, 02:01 PM.

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    Hi russwr,

    I'm very familiar with the Briggs dual alternator set up, having spent several prior years as an outdoor power equipment dealer. The 35 watt headlamps will pull about 3 amps AC each for a total of approximately 6 amps AC. The battery charging coil has to supply enough current to keep the battery charged while also supplying current to the electric clutch. This will require it to provide a minimum of 6 amps.

    If the two outputs are connected in parallel and then run thru a full wave bridge rectifier, I have no doubt they could produce 14.9 amps at somewhere near 12 volts. I don't think this is any different than any other multi-wound alternator and would have very little transformer effect in my opinion.

    There is, however, the transforming generator designed and built by Jim Murray that utilizes a transformer effect that is revealed in this link.

    And as for the Alexander US Patent 3913004 Increasing Electrical Power, I looked this up here I have an old ONAN generator, model 4UF-3N/60A that is identical to what is shown in the link. I have experimented with powering it from a 12 volt battery, and it does output AC voltage. The speed is below the 1800 RPM required for 60 cycle, and the voltage was well below it's 120/240 rating. The current draw was pretty high, so I quit doing the experiment for fear of burning out some windings. It's been a few years since I did this. I may have to revisit this experiment under more controlled conditions!

    Gary Hammond,