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Bedini SS SSG 2T - First Attempt

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Uploaded on Feb 2, 2012

This is my first attempt at a multiple transistor SSG solid state. It has 2 run coils (18 AWG) and a trigger (26 AWG) on a single spool, air core, (2) 2N3055's. At the moment it is very bare bones. Haven't figured out how to get it to oscillate with BEMF protection diodes yet. I was hopeing to actually wire a different variant, 49'ers shown Tesla Switch Oscillator, but I still have a few questions in my mind about that. The plan is to wind a 4 to 10 transistor solid state unit in the near future, but I thought I would make this one as a learning ground for the future. This unit seems to draw about 300 mA right up to 1.6/1.7A or so, depending on the base resistance setting. No figures on output (I killed my ammeter last night) yet, but it does oscillate / charge. For now it is just air core. Special thanks to everyone down at http://www.iaec.forumco.com, and of course- John Bedini - for everything he has shared, and Magneticitist for helping me out, so often, for so long. I apologize for the length of this video I am rather tired, as a single parent, the only real time I have for this stuff, involves losing sleep LOL, not ideal, but what can you do! hehe Thanks for watching. So far, it seems to outperform my standard SSG (23 & 26 AWG 1T) that draws 90-180 mA when self oscillating

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