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Published on Apr 24, 2012
The first half of this video did not process. In it I described how I separated the two generator coils on the right side from the others on the left so that the others remain charging up one of the batteries through the capacitor pulser while these two on the right are now charging up the primary battery through another (third) capacitor pulser. Secondly I added a S1 (switch 1) on the trigger along with a timed relay that we can adjust the pulse and width with. This gives the ability to adjust how long the SSG circuit is turned on and off. This allows the battery to rest from its load while being charged. Ideally you tune this to get maximum charging in all the batteries for the lowest Amp draw, or even to keep the primary battery charged. S1 could instead be placed on either of the primary battery wires so that the primary battery is totally disconnected from the circuit while the third capacitor pulses either the battery or SSG circuit to keep it going while the battery is momentarily disconnected.