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bedini fast charger

bedini fast charger
bedini fast charger
bedini fast charger

no cores and coils’re split and still charging… pulse motor with separated trigger and drive-coils Incoming search terms:rangkaian cas solar cell, circutdigram

11 June 2011 at 07:59 · Comment

hi-speed bedini “one magnet charger”

hi-speed bedini "one magnet charger"
hi-speed bedini "one magnet charger"
hi-speed bedini "one magnet charger"

Running from 9v bttry this spinner can charge 12V bttry (here shown fragment from 12,51V to 12.57V under 1 min), and speeding up, so have to reduce speed to avoid it fly away.

27 May 2009 at 01:41 · Comment

SEC running a JT charger wirelessly

SEC running a JT charger wirelessly
SEC running a JT charger wirelessly
SEC running a JT charger wirelessly

This is Dr. Stiffler’s SEC running a Joule Thief charger wirelessly. The JT charger is shown charging up a capacitor and at the same time lighting an LED—-all wirelessly. This is a demonstration of wireless transmission of energy —one of…

17 April 2009 at 05:38 · Comment

Quiet Imhotep Relay Charger

Quiet Imhotep Relay Charger
Quiet Imhotep Relay Charger
Quiet Imhotep Relay Charger

This is a 555 timer run Imhotep Relay Charger. The charger is made to run quietly by using a simple oscillator circuit paired with the Imhotep relay circuit. Incoming search terms:yhs-mystartdefault, mosfet using battery trigger for z44

22 October 2008 at 02:54 · Comment

Quanta Magnetics Charger Kit

Quanta Magnetics Charger Kit
Quanta Magnetics Charger Kit
Quanta Magnetics Charger Kit

This is the actual Quanta Magnetics Charger Kit also containing the Quanta Converter Mounting Kit for use with the 7.5 hp Baldor motor with a modified or standard Rotoverter conversion. Charger, Magnetic Coupling & Mounting Kits will ship August 1,…

19 July 2012 at 01:49 · Comment

Johan’s Solid State Free Energy Charger Powering A Motor Using Bob Boyce’ Hex Controller in 2012

Johan's Solid State Free Energy Charger Powering A Motor Using Bob Boyce' Hex Controller in 2012
Johan's Solid State Free Energy Charger Powering A Motor Using Bob Boyce' Hex Controller in 2012
Johan's Solid State Free Energy Charger Powering A Motor Using Bob Boyce' Hex Controller in 2012

Received from Johan around March 14, 2012. Shows the modified Hex Controller from Bob Boyce charging a battery, apparently from the surroundings, even as the battery is powering one motor. Posted with his permission as part of the open source…

26 March 2012 at 21:38 · Comment

TROS — "fast charger"

TROS -- "fast charger"
TROS -- "fast charger"
TROS -- "fast charger"

have modified regular TROS’s charging schematic, now it’s bemf hitting either LED spot-lite or charging secondary bttry Incoming search terms:wireless charging circuit diagram, skema JT, charger aki motor trafo 1 ampere, free energy accu, free energy for accu carger, schematic…

18 February 2011 at 07:20 · Comment

EXPERIMENTAL CHARGER (NO ROTOR)

EXPERIMENTAL CHARGER (NO ROTOR)
EXPERIMENTAL CHARGER (NO ROTOR)
EXPERIMENTAL CHARGER (NO ROTOR)

This is my experimental battery charger, that consist in a pancake coil connected to my pulse circuit JL-96 (DRIVER CIRCUIT) and the pancake coil to my new circuit RE-EMF JOULE THIEF BATTERY CHARGER.This generator don´t need moving parts, the circuit…

5 March 2014 at 03:17 · Comment

SMALL BATTERY CHARGER

SMALL BATTERY CHARGER
SMALL BATTERY CHARGER
SMALL BATTERY CHARGER

IN THIS EXPERIMENT I REMOVED THE LEDS THAT ARE IN THE CIRCUIT, AND NOW IS A SMALL “BATTERY CHARGER”….! I AM USING THE CIRCUIT BY LIDMOTR & XDD29 WITH TWO TRANSISTORS, THE RUN BATTERY IN IS FOR 1.5 VOLTS AND…

7 July 2013 at 22:22 · Comment

TIP 105 COMPACT AND PORTABLE MOTOR

TIP 105 COMPACT AND PORTABLE MOTOR
TIP 105 COMPACT AND PORTABLE MOTOR
TIP 105 COMPACT AND PORTABLE MOTOR

This time i have a new motor, TIP 105 COMPACT AND PORTABLE MOTOR, in this motor i reduce the space in a small platform of acrylic….! see what it happens…! this motor can be used in many industries and it…

14 February 2011 at 01:26 · Comment