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I have a capacitor seemingly charging from thin air. It is sitting on my work bench 3 feet from a Bedini Motor SSG. Maybe this is the source of its charging? I am not sure yet. But one thing is for sure. This capacitor continues to charge up as it sits here.
I have been dumping the capacitor into a AA non rechargeable battery just for experimentation purposes. I am wondering if I can recharge the battery from the capacitor giving me essentially "Free" energy.
The battery voltage is rising very slowly each time I zap it with the capacitor. Time will tell...
There is something charging the capacitor for sure. It is charging with nothing connected to it. This is likely "Wireless" charging from inductance. It could be from the SSG. But it could be coming from something else as well.
I have read that you can "Condition" a battery or capacitor on a Bedini motor to charge better from its output. I did have this capacitor across the terminals of a battery I have been restoring. This is a badly sulfated lead acid battery. Maybe the capacitor has been conditioned to accept this form of charging better.
I will be experimenting with this until I isolate the source of its charging.
I also put another smaller capacitor near it but this one is not charging as fast. I will try to condition this one as well on the output of the Bedini motor and see what happens.
Stay tuned for updates.
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