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  • chippy
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    http://www.next.gr/uploads/135-d0025406e5.jpg
    Here is a stacked circuit.

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  • chippy
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    http://jimmyprophet.files.wordpress....cuit-board.jpg
    Above is the URL to the circuit. By the way, I also hale from the Pacific Northwest in Oregon. I understand that one can "stack" these circuits to produce either more voltage or more amperage, but I haven't tried that.
    Last edited by chippy; 12-12-2013, 03:28 PM.

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  • Tom C
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    Originally posted by chippy View Post
    I'm new here, but has anyone thoght of magnetically levitating the rotor in a horizontal plane? would this present any advantage? Also I built a circuit off the internet (can't remember where) that seems to collect energy from the environment. With this circuit grounded and using a coffee can for an antenna, I measured almost 1/2 a volt. Could this circuit be an energy source for the bedini motor? From what I understand, the pulse or trigger coil takes only milliamps to energize. If so this would indeed be free energy.
    1- the only advantage would be less friction with no bearings, there are other problems isolating it horisontally. a vertical arrangement with magnetic bearings is much easier.

    2- post the cicruit please, voltage (potential) and current are 2 different things. even 200 volts wont do much good at 0 amps, you may be able to run a small oscillator circuit.

    Tom C

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  • suggestions for efficiency and/or advancement of the bedini motor

    I'm new here, but has anyone thoght of magnetically levitating the rotor in a horizontal plane? would this present any advantage? Also I built a circuit off the internet (can't remember where) that seems to collect energy from the environment. With this circuit grounded and using a coffee can for an antenna, I measured almost 1/2 a volt. Could this circuit be an energy source for the bedini motor? From what I understand, the pulse or trigger coil takes only milliamps to energize. If so this would indeed be free energy.
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