Electric OU: Testing a Bedini North Pole Motor Coil
As described in the video I wound a coil for a Bedini North Pole Motor, and I used a mounted 2n3055 transistor from one of my JT circuit variants, in the Bedini circuit arrangement, to test the coil. NOTE: I said “2n2222a” in the video but of course it’s a 2n3055. Many people use a neon NE-2 between the collector and emitter to protect the transistor from the high-voltage inductive collapse spike. With a lot of turns on the coil you can get huge voltages in this spike, as the scope shots illustrate, so it’s a good idea to include this neon, even though Bedini doesn’t show it in the schematic I used.