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Do It Yourself Electronics
Experiments and projects in electricity, electronics and alternate energy. I love to work with electronics and alternate energy. I am also a bit of a computer geek on the side.
I have a fully off the grid electronics lab where I run my experiments and projects. Follow along as I explore various alternate forms of energy from solar to wind to earth batteries and even radiant energy devices.
I will show you the basics of electronics and how to solder, use a multimeter and how to read schematic diagrams.
Learn how to build a Bedini radiant energy battery desulfator and charger. Learn how to tune your Bedini motor for better performance and output.
Learn about computers and components. How to work with Arduino and other small micro computers.
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I built a roller skate wheel bedini radiant energy battery charger using all recycled parts.
The roller skate wheel was given to me many years ago in a package along with others. I think it was either just tinted from age or hardened. No matter, it was never used and it is a wheel with bearings.
The electronics come from an old Bedini motor I made long ago using printer and computer parts.
The three coils come from a laser printer and the other parts are most likely from that as well. I dont remember.
This was originally running with a hard drive motor that had magnets glued to it. But mice destroyed that and I kept the electronics all these years. This is a basic Bedini SSG (Simplified School Girl) motor, or radiant energy charger. This is also known as a pulse motor. A side effect of this device is that it desulfates lead acid batteries.
I took some scrap wood and made a base for the Bedini SSG motor. Some scrap pieces of wood made the feet. And another scrap made a side mount for the electronics.
I put a hole in the center for the wheel. I mounted that with a screw.
After locating the North poles of four round ceramic magnets I hot glued them to the roller skate wheel. I had previously cut some flat spaces to hold the magnets.
I put the coils around the wheel and connected the wires to see if I could get it to spin up.
Eventually, after swapping the power coil wires around, I had it running. But nothing was mounted so then I secured the coils in place using zip ties and holes through the base board. Now I can adjust the coils as needed.
A better screw held the wheel in place and it runs happily.
I am using a small 12 volt battery to power the device. Right now it is charging up an old car jump starter and power station.
This device did not like a digital meter so I connected an analog meter to monitor what was going on with the charge battery.
I tried to run this on a 6 volt battery but it ran very slowly and eventually came to a stop. I figure the bearings are too stiff. With time they will loosen up some and I think I can get it to run on a 6 volt battery with no problem.