I finished wiring up DC solar power to my office and then to my Bedini motor so I can run it 24/7 without the need for swapping batteries.
I had previously run wires from our off grid tiny house solar power distribution box into my office. The wires end in a fuse block in the office so I can tap into it from there.
Now I set up the Bedini motor so that it can take either 12 volts DC from the solar power or from a small battery.
I used a terminal block on the Bedini motor to hold all the wires in place neatly. This alone made the Bedini motor look very good.
I am using more recycled RV parts from the camper I demolished a while ago. I was able to keep a lot of small parts from it which are now useful for this project.
I am using a super capacitor bank to buffer between my 24/12 volt converter and the Bedini motor. The bedini motor can put out some pulses into the wires and I want to protect the converter from any harm. The capacitors will be in parallel with the Bedini motor and inline with the solar power wires. I am using a diode to prevent any back feeding into the converter as an extra precaution.
I went out to my off grid electronics lab and grabbed a knife switch too. This will allow me to easily switch the Bedini motor on or off and switch from solar power to battery power as needed.