150-watt table-top generator goes solid state - Can it be so easy?

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Satmedia posted this 05 October 2018

Hi,

Please take a look about this document.

http://www.free-energy-info.co.uk/Chapter19.pdf

It is a description about a bedini style selfrunner from 2016.

Last week the inventor published an easy to build solid state variant!!!

I ordered some parts (arduino, mosfet, mosfet driver) to replicate this device.

Keep you updated.

 

Regards Roland 

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Chris posted this 05 October 2018

Hey Satmedia,

It appears the link is not working.

You can post the pdf as an attachment if the site is gone.

   Chris

Chris posted this 06 October 2018

Got it, its working now.

Yes, I agree, this could work:

 

 

Thanks for sharing!

   Chris

Satmedia posted this 06 October 2018

Yes, this is the bedini style from first Prototyp in 2016.

Scoll down to page 22. Here is the updated new solid state version!!

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powerjack posted this 06 October 2018

Hi...And Thanks....Did you mean that you build it and it is working?

Somebody try the solid state one?

Thanks in advance

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Satmedia posted this 06 October 2018

I will build it in the next 1-2 weeks, waiting for some parts...

Keep you updated.

regards Roland 

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anothercat posted this 13 October 2018

Hi Satmeia,

Concerning the solid state version: http://www.free-energy-info.com/SSgen.pdf

I already built a 20 coils version with 4017 divider chips (10 starship coils per ic) and I have to say that it helps increasing the radiant charging effect efficiency. This said, feeding the output to the input is not working.

I already got my doubts about it as John Bedini always repeated that you cannot directly loop the output to the input. And it is exactly what it is shown in this PDF. Anyway, It still an efficient way to charge/recover batteries.

Cheers.

Prometheus posted this 25 December 2018

I wonder... the current flowing through the T13009 is essentially wasted, used only to set up the time-varying magnetic field which is captured via the secondary winding and full-wave rectifier.

What if one where to use a cascaded switched capacitor charge pump downstream of the T13009 to pump that otherwise-wasted energy back to the battery?

In the switch configuration above, the two capacitors are in series. The T13009 would be off. At the top-center connection would be a diode which would allow the higher voltage of the series-connected caps to flow back to the battery or to some other part of the circuit where it could be reused.

When the switches are flipped to their other position, the two capacitors are in parallel. The T13009 would be on. Current would flow through the T13009 to charge both caps.

Here's a circuit using MOSFETs which will do the same thing:

And here's the code:

$ 1 0.000005 10.20027730826997 50 5 50
c 624 224 624 320 0 0.000001 0.001
c 464 224 464 320 0 0.000001 0.001
d 544 224 624 224 2 default
w 544 224 544 192 0
w 544 320 544 352 0
f 496 176 544 176 32 1.5 0.02
v 544 64 544 128 0 0 40 48 0 0 0.5
R 432 176 384 176 0 2 60 50 0 0 0.5
g 544 64 560 64 0
g 544 352 560 352 0
f 496 256 544 256 33 1.5 0.02
w 544 240 608 240 0
w 608 240 624 224 0
w 432 256 432 176 0
w 480 304 464 320 0
w 432 176 496 176 0
w 432 256 496 256 0
d 544 224 464 224 2 default
d 464 224 464 128 2 default
w 544 128 544 160 0
w 624 320 544 320 0
f 464 352 512 352 32 1.5 0.02
w 464 320 512 320 0
w 512 320 512 336 0
w 512 368 528 368 0
w 528 368 528 320 0
w 528 320 544 320 0
w 432 256 432 352 0
w 464 352 432 352 0
w 480 304 544 304 0
w 544 304 544 272 0
l 464 64 544 64 0 1.00517 0
c 464 128 464 64 0 0.000007 0.001
w 464 128 544 128 0
o 1 64 0 12546 0.0001 0.0001 0 2 1 3
o 0 64 0 12546 0.0001 0.0001 1 2 0 3
o 18 64 0 12545 0.0001 0.0001 2 2 18 3
o 6 64 1 28931 0.0001 0.0001 3 1 0.0001

You'll have to size your inductor (1.00517 H in the schematic above) and recapture capacitor (7 uF in the schematic above) to be resonant with the frequency you're using.

Note especially the battery meter at the bottom-right:

The average will jump up and down a bit, but you can see that it's returning the great majority of the current back to the battery. The "-396.28W" is the power out of the battery, the "394.21W" is the power returned to the battery.

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Prometheus posted this 27 December 2018

Here's one that's a bit better behaved as regards MOSFET Gate:Source voltage. You should be able to use pretty much any voltage to drive it, but it's preferable to use the same voltage level as the circuit itself is using.

What I did was put a high-value (20 M) resistor between the gate and source of each MOSFET, and capacitors (100 nF) between the drive voltage and MOSFET gates.

This causes the gate of each MOSFET to be at an average voltage between the highest and lowest voltage at the MOSFET's source. This reduces false triggering of the MOSFET. Thus you can use a lower voltage than the highest voltage at the MOSFET's source and it'll still work, but it'll take a little while for the voltage at the MOSFET's gate to 'average up' such that false triggering is reduced... so it's still best to use the same voltage as the circuit uses.

I also put a 1 H inductor upstream of the upper-most MOSFET as an analog to the coils in the device above. And I put a 7uF cap downstream of the upper-most MOSFET so the inductor can fully "wind down" and thus pump more current.

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