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  1. derozza

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    Dear all forumer, Am new here. I have problem with my house project. Let me explain generally.

    My house project referring with bedini concept, but i made improvement on circuit. I made a small scale of prototype which is using 12dc motor from modifying the fan cooler. From the start, i just get 12v of output, once i make modification on generator winding (mean add some winding). i have make a testing the modification.

    The result is after adding capacitor i get from computer power supply. with input 24v (two battery). My multimeter reading is 225v. but once i check the amps for the modification. i only have 0.5amps.

    Summary:
    Input: 24V
    Output: 225V
    Output Amp: 0.5amps
    Dc motor RPM: 8000 to 12000 RPM

    I have confuse how to increase the amp. My target at least can power up on bulb with 100W.

    I hope all the professional expert can help me or suggest me how to increasing the amp of my dc motor?

    What should i do? Add more winding on my motor? or Replace My Motor?
    The entire of my circuit board component can support up to 5amp.

    Please help me.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. tinach

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    Dec 2, 2009
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    nh,I hope you could find someone...
     
  3. blueroomelectronics

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    The bedini motor is a complete fraud. Just like all so called overunity devices.
     
  4. derozza

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    Thanks for replying

    Yeah i have read the circuit complete need modification. That why i manage to gain power up to 225v but the problem is my amp to low... i really need help how to increasing amp. Any advise from expert.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  5. beenthere

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