The original design for this motor should be credited to John Bedini and Ron Cole. John Bedini is recognized today as an electrical/electronic. The article following is a brief account of my construction and testing of the Bedini /Cole window motor. It is a work in progress and thus may. Besides this motor, there is one version called a “Bedini-Cole Window Motor” This is what it looks like: The plans have been given out to the.
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Bedini/Cole Window Motor with a Jefimenko electrostatic motor twist
Still looking for a hall ic any ideas where to find one also did anyone find this paticular cap I have only one and the place where I got it, BG Micro no longer has any. This is the best video documentation http: To clarify I am talking about the attached diagrams Any hint or help would be gladly appreciated and could save me a LOT of time and effort, its not easy building a hexagonal rotor from scratch!
Wihdow bi-filar coil is wound with thin wire being used for the signal drive to the MPS timing transistor. Originally Posted by Aaron Hi everyone, One of my passions is hbfdini and building “free energy” technologies. Mtoor the one time Mike’s unit was allowed to run overnight, it fried components in the circuit, presumably the capacitor.
The charging of the capacitor and switching is the critical part. Or is it imparted because of the steel? Mike HMM states that he does not claim this to be over unity.
Bedini – Cole Window Motor – Gestalt Reality
Like us on Facebook and Follow us on Twitter. I use 28 gauge. The impedance of this motor is very low, you want to start with a moderate impedance at first, say turns around the outside bi-filer. You could change the Monopole to do the same thing but this would take much work. With a motor like this, using a heavy flywheel for conservation of as much angular momentum as possible, it should be possible to periodically dump that capacitor to a battery or load a supercapacitor, which gives us a a NET GAIN in usable DC electrical energy.
These are the keys to making it work properly and his comments are an analysis on what Mike said about his modification of John’s circuit. I am build a 6 pole rotor and I noticed on Johns lab notes that the steel rotor goes slow, and the non magnetic rotor goes fast. I’m not just someone excited about this I suppose this has to be just “slightly” over-unity because tiny capacitors cannot run a motor for hours In this circuit drawing, the option is given for either battery charging or operating from a capacitor.
The motor design presented is interesting, but, as its inventor claims, it is not over-unity. The capacitor must be chosen for the correct value to gain energy as fast as possible as a normal generator using a full wave bridge rectifier. Since neither materials, not dimensions, are presented on the website, I am only making a rough approximation for the latter based upon what I can estimate from the images.
On my web site I have a description of the Window motor as shown in the drawings of John and Ron. I’m posting some deductive reasoning by John Bedini that he posted online. Cole-Bedini Motor update Be aware that this Motor can be setup and switched in a number of different ways. The thought is that it might be made to with more robust components.
If Mike would be paying more attention of SSR wiring, we might never even figure out how his motor was running. You must be smart enough to trick this pass the known laws. No in the video the motor was powered by capicitance only. Get a list of components together that everybody can get.
I’ll post a thread later with a very simple motor that beginners can get their feet wet with. Here is a good visual representation of a tank circuit.
On this note, the biggest challenge may be finding a suitable replacement for the SS Relay. Checkout You’ll need a PayPal account to tip Cotton One piece of major evidence of its prowess is its ability to charge a 47,uF capacitor to 6 volts with hardly any change in its rotation rate.
Now this person has done some hedini work. John Message ofTue Nov 21, 2: Perhaps Aaron can answer this, Im not sure how many people have built window motors, or have much knowledge of them. Everyone please read this slowly and carefully. Hi Patrick, Most of what Mike posted is in public domain now and I don’t think he has any copyright to it that I know of. It produces more torque for the least amount of power out of any motor that I think has ever been released.
I just need to figure out a way to gain 0. This is enough info to make it work. Now the fascinating thing is trying to get the window motor to run at resonance. After that the motor will fight all the known laws affecting motors, standard physics.