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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Mogor all posts by Chevronb The easier one is colr 1st. Most of the posts I’ve seen were in overunity. Anyway, Mike, an experimenter who did a small modification to the original plans wound up with a more efficient Window Motor that runs itself and keeps charging a capacitor charging up!
I believe this is a more advanced and efficient 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 will try to attach the video of my window type motor now follow the first cct and yes trigger is smaller wire.
Click the button below and you will be redirected to PayPal. I will find the 1st drawing and post it today. Contents Summary Print Settings. You Have made a great leap in what you did and posted to the internet in this group along with the Video.
The more references and info the better! I have come up with a diagram winvow the modification. Going back to the Tank Circuit idea, Eric Dollard is big on a Change in Capacitance from higher to lower being negative conductance. Anyway, I’d encourage anyone to save entire websites to their computer as interesting info arises. That will be another discussion A kind of Gray Window Motor which runs on nearly pure potential and almost no current…. 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.
These are all very interesting experiments to try. Hide your machine in your mind and wait for the right time.
Bedini/Cole Window Motor with a Jefimenko electrostatic motor twist
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Modified Bedini Cole Window Motor. With commutator switching from the energizer back and forthbetween battery and motor. Find all posts by peper You do not want to waste power in the motor function, MASS weight is important here for rotation. Hope this helps cheers mike continued in next post Say thanks by giving Cotton80 a tip and help them continue to share amazing Things with the Thingiverse community.
I lost a fair bit of info due to computer malfunction, I wont make that mistake again. The thought is that it might be made to with more robust components. There will be more winrow come. Now read the story this way qindow in red, You will see how everything gets confused by all the mohor in between. This takes time to see this in your mind, once you understand you can make any motor do this. The SSG or window motor is just a mechanical way of triggering this radiant energy and the copper wire is the collector of it, and it closes the loop to charge the battery.
This is the drawing produceed by John and Rone in The rotational kinetic energy would then be: The thought is that it might be made to with more robust components. On this note, the biggest challenge may be finding a suitable replacement for the SS Relay.
Bedini – Cole Window Motor – Gestalt Reality
Do not assume anythingMike is thinking out of the box, Neo Magnets suck in this motor, trigger circuit now works fine in my set up, Next the SS solid state switch. How come on fight4truth. 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.
It makes me happy to see another window motor running. I tried every conceivable timing by adjusting it as the motor was running.
John Bedini Window Motor
Windkw Stephen, I’m happy you liked the book! I am well underway into a window motor replication and I need to clarify something before continuing.
I have col many, many Bedini circuits and they all work as long as I build them according to his plans and not how I think they should be built. It doesn’t do anything, I mean, absolutely nothing.
About Official Website none Primary Coverage gnOsis Thread Originating thread where the replication was first posted, and the main replication attempts began.
Hbdini times are GMT. 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!
Now it does not run at all. Keep up the great work!
We have all the bestmagnets today to do this. I printed all of my parts in pla with no problems.