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  • My home-made 10 coiler

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    I have just finished making my 10 coiler Energizer,made of MDF.

    Magnus

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    I am just beginning to experiment with it,it seems to work very well but I haven´t mesured it in any way. It runs at about 720 rpm at 12 volts and it runs at about 1100 rpm at 24 volts.

    Magnus

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    • #3
      Holy smokes!!!!!!!! That thing looks incredible! Nice job!

      Please keep me in the loop with your testing!

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      • #4
        Thanks Joster,I am just beginning to condisioning my batterys,Yes I will keep you in the loop.

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        • #5
          AMAZING..if everyone can make such things on every house,it will be very great..mind to post your plan Magnus??sure it will helps lot of.builder here...
          cheers,
          Alfin

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          • #6
            Thanks Patrick

            I used 20 awg and 23 awg for the trigger,the magnets are 22 x 9,5 x 47 mm

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            • #7
              Very nice looking machine Magnus,

              I hope to finish one too next month, just one suggestion, I seems like there is no extra security around the magnets.
              It is not a nice experience if the magnets fly off I can tell from experience.

              Would love to see some results of the charging, What kind of batteries do you charge?

              Great job,

              Karel

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Magnus M. View Post
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                I am just beginning to experiment with it,it seems to work very well but I haven´t mesured it in any way. It runs at about 720 rpm at 12 volts and it runs at about 1100 rpm at 24 volts.

                Magnus
                Hi Magnus, that is a work of art. Thanks for sharing.

                al

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                • #9
                  Hi Magnus,
                  First of all, MAGNIFICENT WORK ! the looks(engineering accuracy) are same as those of John Bedini's Original 10-coiler..neat work!!!!!!
                  I'm keen to know about the Magnets Orientation...is that the N-N Squeeze Narrow Beam version..????
                  How much did all this cost you..?
                  Rgds,
                  Faraday88.
                  'Wisdom comes from living out of the knowledge.'

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                  • #10
                    Hi Faraday88

                    Yes, the magnets are two north poles pressed together.
                    The cost is about 1800 USD.
                    I could not get the components here in Iceland , so I had to order them from Denmark and England,and that is very expensive.

                    Magnus

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                    • #11
                      Hi Karel

                      I am experimenting with 44 ah start-batteries.

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                      • #12
                        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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                        • #13
                          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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                          • #14
                            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, 08:58 PM.
                            'Wisdom comes from living out of the knowledge.'

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                            • #15
                              FANTASTIC!! Some people are so talented!!

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