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Bedini's "School Girl" (Simplified) Circuit/Motor replicated
Posted on Tuesday, October 12, 2004 @ 23:17:19 GMT by vlad

Devices Sterling D. Allan writes: Non-Scientifically Trained Woman Replicates Bedini "School Girl" (Simplified) Circuit/Motor - PES Network Inc CFO, Susan Carter, achieves rotation. Video and photos posted; data pending.
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Bedini Radiant Circuit Replication Data - Continuous switching of input and output batteries under way, to illustrate infusion of some other (radiant?) energy. Data presently being collected and posted. (PESWiki)
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Battery charging and equalization (Score: 1)
by vlad on Saturday, November 06, 2004 @ 20:16:20 GMT
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Lead Acid batteries require current to charge. Look up Faraday, etc. ;-)

High frequency pulses CAN help desulfate lead acid batteries, so they work better. BUT you CAN NOT get more "energy" out of a battery than you put into it. Might be able to get extra energy that was "trapped" inside the battery out because of high internal resistance and sulfation, etc. BUT YOU ARE NOT GOING TO GET "OVER UNITY" PERPETUAL MOTION from some special "battery charging" circuit.

If possible then why in all these years hasn't Bendini or Joe Newman or others demonstrated continuos power into external load from a pair of batteries, where one battery runs the "Bendini charger" and other battery is charged?

See www.homepower.com and desulfator.pdf or look for "desulfator". That shows a circuit that applies high frequency pulses to lead acid batteries to help desulfate them.

From HomePower magazine 2000 issue desulfator.pdf
(I might have changed the name of that file, could have been named by date but search homepower.com website for "desulfator" should find it.)

Lead-Acid Battery Desulfator Alastair Couper 2000 Alastair Couper

Some Theory

I initially went to the Internet to find any available information on the problem of sulfation. The search engines turned up several commercial sites that give useful details on the fine points of battery charging and equalization. A second resource is the IBM patent server (www.patents.ibm.com). I found relevant patents there, using keywords like "desulfate" and "rejuvenate."

Virtually all of the devices and patents I found have in common the use of some form of pulsing charge current. This is in contrast to the constant or slowly varying currents generated by sources like solar-electric panels. I distilled and simplified these various techniques, and came up with a basic circuit that will keep small to medium sized batteries in desulfated condition.

Resonant Frequency

The technique used in this circuit relies on a little known aspect of lead-acid batteries. They possess what is called a "resonant frequency," at a surprisingly high frequency. The frequency is dependent on various physical details of the battery's construction, but it is on the order of 2 to 6 megahertz, which is in the low ranges of the shortwave radio band.


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