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The circuit has been designed to produce a battery charger for automobiles that are using 12V batteries only. The typical car battery chargers have simple designs that produce a few amperes during its operation while charging the battery continuously. The adjustment of the circuit comes after the design, with the adjustment of TR1 to null value. A Battery isolator (or split charge relay) allows an auxiliary battery or batteries to be charged by the vehicle's electrical charging system (the alternator), yet not participate in engine starting.
The battery isolator is your answer to running a high current audio system with your engine off for extended periods of time, while remaining able to start your car's engine trouble-free to recharge your audio system's batteries, or even to simply drive home! Setting up a webcam sight illuminator over your laptop's webcam will certainly “enlighten” your online conversations. LM338K is a high current variable voltage regulator that can provide 2 to 25 volts DC with high current output. Input voltage is obtained from a 0-15 volt 5 Ampere secondary transformer with the 10 Ampere KBPC Rectifier Module. Use heavy gauge Red and Black wires in the output and use crocodile clips for connecting the battery. Hello sir my self is asif i am working in nbst ibdustry and i want to develop a circuit based upon inverter and ups so i want to contact u personnely.
I have connected two 12v 7.2ah battery in parallel so do I need to do any changes in above diagram? Hello Sir, What adjustment can be made with the obove circuit for the charger to be able to charge a 24 Volts, 8 battery (200ah battery connected in series). Recent QuestionsTimer for Varroa Mite Treatment electronically controlling a 220V heating wire To run Microwave when power supply isn't there, what type of battery can I use Problem with playing back voices how can an AVR get a generated sin wave by matlab,using serial interface and realize it using DAC? A Practical Guide to Free-Energy Devices                                                                             Author: Patrick J. Note: If you are not at all familiar with basic electronics, you might find it easier to understand this chapter if you read chapter 12 first. It is possible to draw substantial amounts of energy from the local environment and use that energy to charge batteries. However, while this economic angle is very attractive, using batteries for any significant home application is just not practical. It is recommended that batteries are not discharged more rapidly than a twenty hour period.
The recent charging system shown by ‘UFOpolitics’ in chapter 3, provides a very good and simple charging method which uses cold electricity. The battery connects at the back, using very thick wires, and one or more mains sockets on the front provide a power supply similar to the mains, matching it in both voltage and frequency. The very neat switching arrangement used by John is shown in detail in the earlier patent US 3,783,550 issued in 1974 where the same magnet-triggered boosting electromagnet pulse is used to power a whole series of movements. When the tops spin fast, they rise up the sloping base of the dish and spin near the outer edge.
It operates in almost the same way, with a magnetic wheel rolling backwards and forwards along a curved track. Another Andrews device is the pendulum where the passing magnet of the pendulum triggers a boosting pulse from the solenoid, keeping the pendulum swinging.
Here, as the rotor magnet passes the curved electromagnet in the base, it switches on the two transistors which produce a pulse which keeps the rotor spinning and the tiny generator turning.
The cutting of the current through the coil causes the voltage across the coils to overshoot by a major amount, moving outside the battery rail by a serious voltage. It is important that a standard mains powered battery charger is never used to charge these batteries. It is important to use the transistors specified in any of John’s diagrams, rather than transistors which are listed as equivalents. It has been said that the use of “Litz” wire can increase the output of this device by anything up to 300%. Also, if you get one of John’s pulse motors tuned correctly, it will accelerate to perhaps 10,000 rpm. Ronald Knight has many years of professional experience in handling batteries and in pulse-charging them. I have not heard of anyone having a catastrophic failure of a battery case in all the energy groups to which I belong and most of them use batteries in the various systems which I study. I have my new gel cells in a heavy plastic zip-lock bags partly unzipped when in the house and in a marine battery box outside in the garage, that is just in the remote chance of catastrophic failure or the more likely event of acid on the outside of the battery case.
Vented batteries are always a risk of spillage which is their most common hazard, they should always be in a plastic lined cardboard or plastic box with sides taller than the battery and no holes in it.
Have an emergency plan, keep a box of baking soda and a water source around to neutralise and flush the acid in case of spillage.
Ronald Knight gets about fifteen times more power from his Bedini-charged batteries than is drawn from the driving side of the circuit. Ron’s device is much more powerful than the average system, having fifteen coil windings and it performs most impressively. Having graded the magnets in order of strength, Ron then took the best twelve and paired them off, placing the weakest and strongest together, the second weakest and the second strongest, and so on. It is not desirable to recess the magnets though it is possible to place a restraining layer around the circumference of the rotor as the clearance between the magnet faces and the coils is about a quarter of an inch (6 mm) when adjusted for optimum performance.
The magnets embedded in the outer edge of the rotor are acted on by wound “coils” which act as 1:1 transformers, electromagnets, and pickup coils. The bundle of wires was then stretched out and kept clear of the ground by passing it through openings in a set of patio chairs. The metal mounting plate of the BD243 transistors acts as its heat sink, which is why they are all bolted to the large aluminium plate. The circuit has been built on the aluminium panels so that the transistors can be bolted directly on to it, and provided with insulating strips mounted on top of it to avoid short circuits to the other components. The circuit used with this device is simple but as there are so many components involved, the diagram is split into parts to fit on the page. When a magnet passes the coil containing the trigger winding, it generates a voltage in the winding. John Bedini aims for an even more powerful implementation, wiring his circuit with AWG #18 (19 SWG) heavy-duty copper wire and using MJL21194 transistors and 1N5408 diodes. It is important to realise that the collector of a BD243C transistor is internally connected to the heat-sink plate used for the physical mounting of the transistor.
An alternative, frequently used by the builders of high-powered electronic circuits, is to use mica washers between the transistor and the common heatsink plate, and use plastic fastening bolts or metal bolts with a plastic insulating collar between the fastening and the plate. Although the circuit diagram shows a twelve volt drive supply, which is a very common supply voltage, Ron sometimes powers his device with a mains operated Power Supply Unit which shows a power input of a pretty trivial 43 watts. It is not possible to operate a load off the battery under charge during the charging process as this disrupts the energy flow.
When cutting the wire lengths for coating and pushing into the coil formers, Ron uses a jig to ensure that all of the lengths are identical.
The distance between the shears and the metal angle clamped to the workbench makes each cut length of wire exactly the required size while the plastic container collects the cut pieces ready for coating with clear shellac or clear polyurethane varnish before use in the coil cores.
If you were to measure the current during this adjustment process, it would be seen to reduce as the rotor speeds up. The device can be further tuned by stopping it and adjusting the gap between the coils and the rotor and then repeating the start-up procedure.
The above text is intended to give a practical introduction to one of John Bedini’s inventions.
The exact chemical processes inside the battery are quite complex and involve additional currents which are not relevant here. An important point to understand is that the ions in the lead plates of the battery have much greater inertia than electrons do (several hundred thousand times in fact). In the first instant, this causes electrons to pile up on the plates while they are waiting for the much heavier ions to get moving. It is important to understand that the circuit-driving energy and the battery-charging energy do not come from the sharp pulses applied to the battery. If the Bedini circuit is adjusted correctly, the pulse is cut off very sharply just before the tapped energy inflow is about to end. In 2007, Ossie Callanan published a document showing how and why he was getting COP>1 battery charging.

I believe I may have this radiant energy system worked out to the point where anyone can build it and when you build all of it, it can provide you with free and continuous energy.
John Bedini's Simplified School Girl motor (the “SSG”) only produces a very small amount of radiant energy when you have the base of the transistor tuned so that you get the longest self oscillating pulse train per magnet pass. The SSG is not a very powerful or good radiant energy generator and apart from being educational, it is really a waste of time unless someone can explain to you how to tune it to get the greatest possible amount of radiant energy from it with a long pulse train, and then tell you what to do with that radiant energy. In saying that about the SSG I would like to show you now a very simple and basic pulse oscillator or motor driver circuit that you can build with off the shelf parts, one which will produce very large amounts of radiant energy when adjusted correctly.
Do not be fooled by appearances - this is as close to a controlled spark gap circuit as you are going to get and it is extremely efficient in the production of radiant energy!
As you can see, the trick is to place the reed switch so that it runs along the length of the solenoid coil and so is located in the coil's magnetic field. The trace above is from a motor that is only drawing 50 milliamps but is charging the battery many times faster than if it were drawing 300 milliamps with a single pulse per magnet pass! My prototype motor uses four of these circuit's, positioned 90 degrees apart around the rotor, and all connected in parallel. Now having shown you all this, we are only half way to a complete radiant energy system which will provide continuous free energy.
Before I describe the radiant-energy accumulator-converter, I want to highlight how important it is to build and experiment with the circuit described above. If you go down to a battery recycler or junk yard, you can buy pallet loads of old and dead Uninterruptible Power Supply (“UPS”) batteries for very little cost.
Using my good 33 Amp-Hour UPS batteries, I can charge them up from 10 volts to 14 volts in about 6 hours with the radiant energy reed motor running 4 coils drawing only 600ma. The rotor weighs about five pounds (2 Kg) and is very heavy for its size, because it is constructed from flooring laminate, and has a thickness of 1.875 inches (48 mm) to match the width of the magnets.
The battery pulsing produced by this circuit is the same as shown in John Bedini’s patent already mentioned. This arrangement produces a circuit which in addition to pulsing the battery bank under charge, but also returns current to the driving battery.
Another variation on this theme is shown on YouTube where an experimenter who calls himself “Daftman” has this video explaining the circuit he uses in his Bedini-style battery-charging motor is here and his video of his motor running can be seen here and while his motor has been running for months in a self-powered mode. Other more simple methods of getting this radiant energy charging of batteries are also available.
To use these windings as both drive and pick-up coils, the fan is opened up by lifting the label covering the hub of the fan, removing the plastic clip holding the fan blades on the spindle and opening the casing to expose the coils. The fan is started by hand and then continues to spin, working as a fan as well as charging a battery. The neon bulb protects the transistor but it also give a good indication of how well the battery being charged is being fed.
This unit runs with a PP3 9V battery as the drive battery, and charges a PP3 9V rechargeable battery when it is running. The repeated opening and closing of the relay contacts happens at the resonant frequency of the relay and this produces a buzzing noise. As you can see, this very simple circuit uses only two components: one relay and one diode.
One user of this circuit commented that he was using a non-automotive relay with a greater number of turns in the coil, and he found that both of the batteries were getting charged at the same time, but of course, the drive battery was gaining charge at a slower rate.
Please remember that at this time, we have no instrument which can directly measure the flow of radiant energy into the charging battery. When using one of these relay charging systems you will find that quite a lot of noise is generated.
With this arrangement, one pair of AA-size NiCad batteries drives the motor, spinning the motor, moving its magnets rapidly past the ring of converted relays, producing charging DC current via the bridge rectifiers and that current is sufficient to keep the device running continuously.
A comment made on the video is that if the ferrite magnets were replaced with neodymiums, then the charging voltage rises to around 70 volts. While this description has been around for years, it is part of a discussion on the principles of the operation of EMF magnetic fields and pulsing in coils.
The battery marked “1” provides power to run the circuit and the battery marked “2” gets charged. This is the first step in the process as the same circuit can be used to drive many coils of this type. As can be seen from the photographs, Alex uses preset resistors to adjust the settings to their optimum values. Further development by Alex shows better performance when using the IRF510 FET instead of the BD243C transistor. This is a particularly simple circuit which allows a 12V, 8 amp-hour battery charge a 48V 12 amp-hour battery with radiant energy, in 20 hours using twelve times less current than a conventional charger would. The coil is wound on a hollow former, using two separate strands of wire of 0.5 mm diameter, giving a resistance of just 2 ohms. If the coil is wound on say, a 1.25-inch or 32 mm diameter plastic pipe, then the outside pipe diameter is 36 mm due to the wall thickness of the plastic pipe, and each turn takes about 118 mm, so around 24 metres of wire will be needed for the 200 turns. The 2700 pF capacitor is recommended for each additional transistor, but it is not an essential item and the circuit will operate ok with just the one on the bi-filar coil drive section.
The input voltage can be anything from 12V to 36V without the need to change any of the circuit components.
The coil is most unusual in that it is just four turns of very thick copper wire, 3 mm to 4 mm in diameter, although aluminium wire can also be used. While the above coils are air-core to allow high frequency operation, coils are generally much more efficient with some form of magnetic core, such as iron-dust or ferrite. This metal is immune to rusting, easy to work and loses all magnetism as soon as the magnetic field is removed. If you use the bolt section of one of these anchors, the conical bump at the end of the shaft will have a delaying effect on the build-up and release of the magnetic field and so it might be advisable to either file it down gently by hand, or to cut off the conical section. Howerd Halay of the UK stresses the major difference between “conditioned” batteries and all batteries which have not been conditioned. I use a very low-powered high-voltage source with a power output of only 1.2 watts as I like to play safe with these things. Here, the size of the voltage pulses fed to the battery or capacitor to be conditioned, is controlled by the strike voltage of the neon.
I have also tried 5 seconds of ON time and two minutes of OFF time, and the capacitors continue firing pulses. Because this charging process uses cold electricity, non-rechargeable batteries can be charged this way.
The question has been asked, “why use five capacitors in series when any one of them can easily handle the voltage being used?” That is a good question as the answer is not at all obvious. The red lines show the average rate of charge and the steeper the line, the faster the rate of charge. If the voltage on a battery under load actually increases, it is reasonable to assume that the battery is receiving more power than that delivered to the load (a load is a motor, a pump, a fan, lights, or any other electrical equipment). It is possible to enhance the performance of a DC motor by attaching sets of neodymium magnets to the outside of the body of the motor.
The frame is made from two pieces of 3 mm aluminium with plastic spacers holding the two alumimium discs apart. With this arrangement, the motor runs at ten times it’s design speed (which would destroy it very quickly), so it is run with just one sixth of it’s design voltage. Given a couple of minutes of gentle turning of the crank, charges up the five batt-caps sufficiently to run the motor for anything up to two hours. The generator, when running can discharge a rapid sequence of high-voltage sparks which the builder just uses for an interesting display.
This allows the enhanced motor to become fully self-running as well as producing excess power which could easily charge a bank of large batteries.
This motor is shown running on capacitors, but if it is powered by an ordinary battery and run at it’s design speed of 3,300 rpm instead of the extremely low speed shown, then it should be able to charge up a serious bank of large batteries, one of which could then be used to power it for the next charging run. In chapter 2, there is a section on how an experimenter alters the wiring inside DC motors.
The way that this happens is that what we think of as “electricity” is actually a more complex thing called “electromagnetism”. In the event that the charger is not turned OFF, overcharging will occur with due to evaporation which looses electrolyte and might cause damage to its elements. The LEDs are checked without connecting the battery initially and allowing them to turn ON.

These batteries are mainly used in a variety of vehicles used in land, air, and water such as personal watercraft like boat, yacht, Jet Skis, and other marine applications. I am building this circuit on protoboard but after make it work I am planning to prepare a prtinted circuit board. A battery isolator also prevents the starting battery from being run down by your audio equipment connected to the auxilliary battery when the engine is off. Its important features are 7 Ampere peak output current, adjustable output down to 1.2 volts, thermal regulation etc.
Capacitor C1 makes the DC ripples free and around 16 volt DC enters into the Vin input of the regulator. When the terminal voltage of the battery rises above 12.5 volts, Zener diode ZD conducts and inhibits the working of the Regulator LM338.
To charge the battery, set the output voltage for charging as 14 volts for 12 volt battery and 8 volts for 6 volt battery.
Before the charger is connected to mains, connect the clips to the battery terminals with correct polarity and see the terminal voltage. Please sir, can this charger charges a 100amps battery, and how long will it take to give a full?
Batteries, so I can say with confidence, that when you receive a new battery from at least that manufacturer, you receive a battery which has undergone the best test available to insure the manufacturer that he is not selling junk which will be sent back to him.
Current flow from the environment which passes along the external circuitry and into the battery. The requirement for this appears to be because the charging battery is not very efficient at absorbing all of the radiant energy pulses. One behaves as if it is plugged into a charger, while the other capacitor behaves normally. In my case two out of three batteries recover their charge OK, and curiously they charge to a much higher voltage than their rated value. Negative radiant energy is delivered which produces cold electricity and conditions all capacitors in the output section of the circuit. With the design of this circuit, this type of problem can be avoided by monitoring the condition of charging of the battery via the retroactive control circuit.
By connecting a battery, a 2A to 4A current is permitted to flow while ensuring that LD2 is turned OFF.
They are also utilized widely in automobiles and motorcycles such as quad bike, RVs, snowmobile, motor scooter, utility vehicle, and riding mower.
If your charge current must be limited due to your battery type, probably this circuit won't be suitable for it.
You also can find Duracell batteries that divided into duracell plus batteries and duracell ultra batteries.
The battery isolator is rated for 12 volts DC, and should be rated to equal or greater than the peak current output of your high output alternator in Amperes.
This High current charger can be used for the Fast charging of sealed lead acid batteries used in Automobiles, Inverters etc.
When the battery voltage drops below 12 volts, Zener turns off and the regulator again provides charging current. Therefore the common solar panel output voltages of 3 Volts and 6 volts, are perfect for charging 2 or 4 batteries respectively. High-quality, Not necessary to have a full charge and cut, Because this circuit charges with constant current and voltage regulated. It can also be beneficial to disabled persons by providing aid to wheelchairs and mobility scooters. All of the batteries come with cheaper price because this website provides the discount batteries in bulk, wholesale, and retail quantities.
The time dependent current limiting ability of the device allows peak current of up to 12 ampere to be drawn for short time. But this circuit is not difficult and cheap.The basic principles of a NiCAD Battery charging. The LED LD2 will indicate that charging is full which will eventually deactivate the charging circuit. Knowing it should make us realize on how essential the presence of the batteries in our daily life. It uses an Adjustable voltage regulator so that 6 volt and 12 volt batteries can be charged. So when the magnet passes the reed oscillates with the coil's field and causes very many pulses, typically 20 to 50 pulses per magnet pass. Unfortunately this set-up has one serious limitation - the solar panel has to be well matched to the batteries to be charged or the batteries may be overcharged.
In creating this design, the cables that connect the transformer to the circuit should have enough cross-sectional area to prevent voltage drop when heat is produced as the current flows through. However, with that so many kinds of battery, which is generally different between one to another, sometimes we have some difficulties in finding the desired type. If you later decide to charge batteries with a different capacity, you would need to change the solar panel.
Connected to the battery is Q1, since it functions as a rectifier and charges the battery, which can be fired in each half cycle by R3-4 and LD2.
You have to switch the transistor fully on at maximum current for the coil and input voltage. If the output put voltage reduces due to line voltage drop, it can be easily detected through the panel meter. In the case of an ordinary capacitor, there is no reason to believe that it behaves differently. As long as the voltage of the solar panel is greater than the total fully charged voltage of the batteries, the batteries will charge.
Therefore should be charged with a constant current 50mA for 10 hours, but actually want to charge for 14-16 hours because when near full current to charge less.
When the voltage of the battery exceeds the predetermined value, Q2 is activated by the combination of C1, TR1, R2, and D2. The capacitor also charges much faster than before and when the power source is switched off it continues charging! Q1 is deactivated with the current supply cut off as the battery terminal voltage is increased where Q2 shifts the control of Q1 gate after TR1 fixed the increased battery terminal voltage above the level. If the current is high the batteries will charge quickly, but are at risk of being overcharged, may overheat, and have their usable lifetime reduced.
If the voltage remains steady, it indicates that the battery is fully charged and holding charge. Therefore the next development step is to make a current limited battery charger.Safe Battery Charging CurrentSince we are still making a simple solar charger, it will not automatically turn off when the batteries are full.
Therefore we need to keep the charging current low enough that it will not damage the batteries even when they are fully charged. A current of around 10% of battery capacity gives the right balance of charging speed and safety - for example, 2700mah AA rechargeable batteries can be charged with a current of 10% of 2700 = 270ma and if left on the charger for a few extra hours should come to no harm.
To charge the batteries faster a higher current could be used, but the chance of the batteries being overcharged would increase if charged too long.
A 15 Ohm resistor would reduce the current and slow down charging, a 10 Ohm resistor would increase the current and speed up charging (but risk overcharging).Example Solar Battery Charger with LM317TIn this example we will make a solar charger using a 6 Volt 250ma Solar Panel to charge four 800mah AAA batteries.
The batteries can be put into a couple of 2 x AAA battery holders and wired in series (link the positive output from one battery holder to the negative of the other). Jack January 29, 2014 By the way, I think 27 Ohms is correct because the LM317 also supplies some current which I did not take into consideration.
The reference voltage made up of the ZD1 and the Vbe of Q2 is good enough for a battery charger.
However, if you put the voltage feedback lines from S2 instead of some internal voltage then you have better control of the battery voltages, and you do not need S1. J.Richert July 8, 2014 Is the schematic now updated with the corrections?Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.

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