Posted on Jan 25, 2013 6123
The power is all in the timed switching process. There are two main principles I use of switching the radiant energy the John Bedini way. First, the SG/SSG, Icehouse unidirectional circuit or John Bedini Monopole with the School Girl Circuit (SG) Mechanical-Oscillator-Energizer and second, the John Bedini/Ron Cole switching oscillator circuit. Since my SSG4a/SG4a is a John Bedini/Ron Cole switching oscillator circuit, I should have called it BC4a meaning Bedini/Cole4a. (just to get the facts straight :) The main difference is the transistor arrangement of the first, usually in parallel, meaning for every wire a transistor/multiplying the J. Bedini circuit on the same heat-sink, which is used mainly for charging batteries and driving the rotor.
New to us of course is the handle of the "Bedini SG Interrupter" meaning the interrupting, of a built up magnetic field, by the proper rotating contact switches or commutators with brass brushes, used to abruptly change direction or abruptly releasing the building tension of that magnetically charged field of the generating-coil side before the spinning magnets are collapsing it like in the SG 1:1 coil unidirectional charging side (the HV spikes), therefore shocking the generating-coil system only. Since the voltages of the bigger machines are to high for solid state conductors we use rotating contact switches or timed relays for interrupters creating an energy shock in the generator-coil windings also called "sharp gradient" through the FWBR, thereby producing rectified pulsating scalar HVDC and therewith radiantly pulse/switch-charging the primary battery in the off time with a very high scalar voltage but minute current by using the in-line capacitor. This in turn places the primary battery(s), which runs the machine, in a constant charged mode producing the self runner. For the excess voltage we skip the in-line but are using a parallel cap for capacity towards an effective load. Don't confuse the switch-commutator being a direction changer with the pulse-commutator which is used on the low voltage unidirectional system side for the Ed Gray tube, see BTGRE. For the big power, study "The Bedini-Tesla-Gray Radiant...