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Single Coil Bedini Motor With Multiple Output Diodes & Batteries

Single Coil Bedini Motor With Multiple Output Diodes & Batteries

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I got some 150 ma meters in so I could see if the output of my Bedini motor is divided among batteries as some suggest. Read the full article: http://www.thedoityourselfworld.com/articles/article.php?id=11451

I am charging up to 7 batteries at one time using a single boil Bedini SSG (Simplified School Girl) motor and a single transistor. I am adding diodes to add an output battery or pair.

There is no increase in current on the input side of the motor no matter how many batteries I add to the system.

Some suggested that the output will be divided among the batteries being charged as I add more.

When I added a diode to the output transistor and added two more batteries to be charged the input current did not go up and the output current on the primary charging battery bank did not change.

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