I am charging extra batteries with no extra input current used on my Bedini SSG single coil motor. Read full article: http://www.thedoityourselfworld.com/articles/article.php?id=11447
It looks like I can charge many batteries with my old Bedini motor without using any more input current.
When I first build my old Bedini motor I was connecting many batteries to the collector of the transistor. Each battery had its own diode coming off the collector of the transistor. Other than that the circuit remained the same as the original.
At that time I never gave it any thought that I was charging 5 batteries at a time with 5 diodes on a single coil Bedini motor and a single transistor.
I did not have meters or gauges at that time so I never ran tests on it either.
Now I want to see what is going on when I add more batteries to the single coil output.
I have a volt and amp meter connected to the run battery to show how much power is being used to run the motor.
There are two 216 Ah golf cart batteries connected to the main output.
I then connected another pair of 12 volt 7 Ah batteries to another diode coming off the collector of the transistor. The batteries started to charge and the input current did not change.
This is very interesting and exciting to see. I want to connect more batteries later and see what happens so stay tuned.
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