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  • About EnergenX & Tesla Chargers

    ENERGENX, INC. has developed core technologies based on an electromagnetic hybrid motor/generator, and on a new methodology for an improved charging process for batteries. This technology is used for the development of new energy supply systems, battery charging systems, and a new generation of electrical motors/generators. The Back EMF Permanent Electromagnetic Motor/Generator, makes use of several unique scientific and technical concepts that have been advantageously used and promoted by inventor John Bedini for many years.

    John C. Bedini, Vice President for R&D of ENERGENX, and the inventor of the Bedini Motor/Generator have developed the patented Motor/Generator as well as several solid-state systems which have shown to be dramatically superior to conventional battery charging methodogies. Upon its formation, ENERGENX has been assigned by, and has acquired from John Bedini, the exclusive rights to these patents and any subsequent patents. In the course of the development of a highly efficient energy generation system, different ancillary products have emerged.

    Instead of conventional constant current or constant voltage DC charging, batteries charged by electrical pulses with specific shape, frequency, and magnitude trigger improved electrochemical energy transfer in the battery. Because of this, the life of new batteries can be dramatically extended, and the capacity of older batteries, previously unable to be adequately charged by conventional means, can be increased.

    The Bedini Motor/Generator uses the well known electrical principle of induction in an innovative way through timing, triggering and reversing the direction of the magnetic field at particular commutation points. By adjusting certain parameters of the machine, conventional electricity used to power the machine is manipulated into unconventional form. The newest version of this motor/generator is the 10-pole machine shown in the enclosed picture. It shows the rotor with embedded permanent magnets in the center of the motor, and the parallel primary and secondary windings on the coils located on the outside of the motor.

    Many different prototypes of this new type of motor/generator have been built in order to study the unconventional characteristics of its operation. Because of the indigenous characteristics of the machine, we are confident that the motor will find its place in a variety of industrial applications.

    Tesla Chargers is a division of A & P Electronic Media, which is owned and operated by Aaron Murakami and Peter Lindemann. Tesla Chargers is an authorized dealer for the EnergenX battery charging/rejuvenation technology.

    Tesla Chargers is proud to bring this technology into the 21st Century to provide the most advanced battery charging solutions available today. Our digital revolution depends on battery power, and our environment depends on good stewardship and responsible energy use. Tesla Chargers promises to bring these two purposes together to provide you, our customer, the most efficient battery charging solutions on Earth.

    If you want to learn more about these chargers, visit Tesla Chargers | World's Most Efficient, Effective & Advanced Battery Chargers or goto Tesla Chargers by EnergenX, which has a thread for each of the chargers available.

    CUSTOMER SERVICE (PLEASE READ CAREFULLY) - If you already purchased a charger and have customer service or technical questions about it, please contact the EXACT distributor who you purchased it from. For example, Tesla Chargers cannot offer customer support for our charger if you purchased it from another distributor. Tesla Chargers can only offer support for the chargers if you purchased it from Tesla Chargers. Tesla Chargers contact information in at the Tesla Chargers website. If you have general inquiries about the chargers and have not yet purchased one, feel free to post in the thread appropriate for that particular charger. If there are shipping or deliverability issues or other problems with the chargers that you purchase, contact the distributor directly. Do not post these issues in the forum for that particular charger because the distributor wants to talk directly with you so email them or call them - it is inappropriate for any distributor to discuss your own personal charger issues and purchases in a public forum.

    Energy Science Forum


  • #2
    General Question on Battery Discharge Rate,

    It is mentioned within the Tesla/EnergenX charger product page that it is advantageous to cycle a rejuvenated battery battery through the charge and discharge cycle several times. So the question is what is the range of discharge rates that should be used for a battery that has been rejuvenated in order to boost its capacity? Nowhere does one see recommended discharge rates for various battery sizes! This must be an inadvertent omission...

    In order to maximize battery rejuvenation some guidelines would be very useful...

    Best ,
    Yaro Stanchak

    "The Universe is under no obligation to make sense to you." -Neil Degrasse Tyson


    • #3

      there are not really any guidelines as each battery is a specific animal. you know what it's fully charged resting voltage should be, and you know how far it has degraded based upon its current fully charged resting voltage, and its specific gravity as measured by hydrometer. charge it, use it, charge it , use it. continuosly use your charger until you stop seeing gains in the resting voltage, capacity, and specific gravity as measured with a hydrometer. at some point in time the gains become less and less. could be 5 cycles could be 100 cycles. but the capacity will continue to climb slowly, barring problems in the cell such as physical defects, warping, plate material dropped to the bottom of the cell, etc. if the bottom of the plates are broken, or the plates are cracked, a charger wont repair that.

      Tom C

      experimental Kits, chargers and solar trackers


      • #4
        Tom C,

        Thanks for the good reply and explanation on the process. I was more interested in being able to measure the progress of rejuvenation by loading the battery with a given wattage of load - for example an auto side marker halogen bulb with a given wattage dependent on battery size. Repeating this process and measuring the discharge time interval to a given low voltage threshold would yield a valuable indicator of the rejuvenation progress after each charge cycle. This in essence was the reason for the original question.


        "The Universe is under no obligation to make sense to you." -Neil Degrasse Tyson


        • #5

          A good rule of thumb from JB, is to discharge them at their C20 rate, to see if they will last 20 hours at that amp load.

          Take the Amp Hour rating listed on a given battery, and divide that by 20 to get the Amp load to use for that battery....

          If it is rated in Cold Cranking Amps, CCA, divide that number by 20 to get the Amp Hour rating, then divide that answer by 20, to get the C20 amp load.....

          On small battery's (12ah or less) it is recommended to de rate the C20 amp load, by 20%, and use that amp load to discharge them