newest test Bedini solid state





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Published on Aug 13, 2008

My latest version of bedini
generator, solid state

Comments • 6

Patrick Watkins
By solid state, you actually mean Analogue.  Good job !! no 555 timers or comparators getting destroyed,,... looks like its well tuned, - id like too see the only remaining breakable components - ie the transistors getting some snubber protection - also next big step is taking some turns off that coil , at least half ... too half the voltage, then charge some capacitors ;-)
Randy Travis
What were the amps and voltage going in and what were they coming out? Do the math, let us know what you lost in power. I know if your clever its possible to use high voltage compared to lower voltage and higher amps. I would like to see if its possible to get more energy out of your device than you are putting in.
hi can you do a better closeup of the wiring? You keep moving the camera too fast. or can you send me pictures of the wiring locations? Email dababietiger@netzero.com...thxs.
Nice job, congratulations and thank you for the video.
Shubham Tiwari
hi ther, i would like to ask you that what is the inductance of the coil that ur using in it,,that big microwave oven coil???? also can i use this circuit to charge 1.5 v to 9v or 12v car batterys?? also can it work on 1.5v aa cell??? and still charge a 9v battery//..
Kevin Riid
I couldn't find the 2N404 PNP so I'm going to try using the nte100. I'll post my results asap.
Kevin Riid
your video is a bit contradicting but great! You drawing shows one coil but your setup has a secondary coil which you say you salvaged from a microwave. Keep up the great WORK!
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