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Bedini SSG Battery Energizer

Build #1 - July 2007

Objective

  • To replicate the Bedini Monopole Mechanical Oscillator Energizer with Simplified School Girl (SSG) Radiant Energy circuit as per USA Patent 6,545,444.
  • To understand the principle behind the device (back EMF / radiant energy).

Forward

  • The SSG device uses high voltage impulses to condition new and desulphate and recondition old batteries. This process can coax longer life cycles out of new batteries and recondition / bring back to life old batteries (batteries that can no longer be charged by conventional means).
  • The SSG device can be constructed in many form factors, from very small to very large.
  • A variation of the SSG device can be used to charge large banks of batteries.
  • A variation of the SSG device can be used to power itself while charging batteries.

Construction

  • Those wishing to replicate this project should read all the posts in the official Bedini Monopole group on Yahoo (refer the Reference Material section below), and view all the BMERC material on this page.
  • Order the parts.
  • Construct rotor frame.
  • Attach magnets to rotor.
  • Build bifilar coil.
  • Build SSG circuit.
  • Check and double-check everything.

Operation

    First run:

  • Attach secondary battery to circuit (the battery that is to be charged).
  • Attach the primary battery to the circuit (the battery used to "drive" the rotor).
  • Spin the rotor.
  • Observe basic usage.
  • Learn to take key measurements.

Results

  • (coming)

Isometric Drawings

Photographs

  • Wooden Rotor Frame and Rotor [1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8]
  • Plastic Spool (for Coil) [1 2 3 4]

Reference Material