The Bedini motor generator is the brainchild of John Bedini, an achieved career audio engineer hailing from Southern California. His inventions have spawned other experimentalists into making their own “Bedini generators” – the fact that they use his name in their inventions gives some idea of the legacy of this man. In this article, I’ll tell you what a Bedini motor generator is, how it works and how you can strength your own home with at the minimum 7 kilowatts of strength using very similar technology.
John Bedini’s Motor Generators
Bedini had a long and distinguished career as an audio engineer. Some of his discoveries can be found in many modern appliances today.
Later he became interested in a number of other areas of electricity and electronics. He produced a number of magnetic motor generators with various names such as the Schoolgirl Motor and the Mono Pole Battery Energizer.
Like all magnetic motor generator pioneers, Bedini’s inventions had their own rare features. For example, he has utilised a series of rotors in at the minimum some of his motors while other pioneers may use only a single one. The configuration of the magnets used and electrical circuits are also rare.
How Does The Bedini Motor Generator Work?
All of these motors work on the same original rule. They are basically simply a rotor, around which is placed a set of strategically placed magnets.
Initially, the rotor is stationary and in a state of equilibrium. If the rotor is spun with an initial force (usually provided by a hand, crank or a separate battery) then it will quickly speed up and reach a continued speed and new state of equilibrium.
Here, the forces due to bearing friction and air resistance are compensated by the force derived from the magnets i.e. magnetism. It is this inherent character of magnets from which this energy can be tapped.
The motion will not carry on indefinitely as the machine must be stopped regularly to replace batteries and magnets. However, this does not have to be done often and in the meantime several thousands of kilowatts can be generated for free.
How Can I Get A Generator For Myself?
Commercial devices are around 5 years away from coming to market and currently in heavy development. Industry is more interested in medium to large extent enterprise devices instead of smaller consumer devices for home use.
However, if you don’t want to wait until then, you can make your own. The beauty of these motor generators is that they are so simple and consist only of a rotor, cheap magnets and some basic electrical circuitry. With a few tools and a associate of free days, you can have your own running and generate at the minimum 7 kilowatts of electricity which is more than enough to run most homes.
I strongly advise you to invest 50 bucks or so in a good set of plans. By following someone else’s tried and tested instructions, you can be up and running in 48 hours. Without them, you’re looking at spending hundreds of hours of tinkering and research and all the time you will continue to pay your bills to the strength company. Most people value their time and consider 50 bucks a tiny investment for the return on investment that they will receive.