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Bedini 10-coil energizer kits now available
Tony Craddock has posted a new infomercial video about the 10-coil
energizer kit being manufactured by Rick Friedrich. Their purpose is to
educate about Tesla's radiant energy technology, especially pertaining to its
desirable effect on batteries, to rejuvenate them and charge them with much less
input electricity required.
John Bedini (right) and Rick Friedrich
demonstrate the new 10-coil energizer as assembled from the kit Rick has
The Bedini crew has been very busy. We have another story about them that
we'll be posting hopefully tomorrow about an upcoming conference in which they will
be debuting a new product that will increase the output of solar panels by quite
a bit (think window dressing).
But let's not get ahead of ourselves.
On Sunday, Tony Craddock, Tom Bearden's webmaster, posted an
"infomercial" video announcing the availability of a new 10-coil
energizer kit developed by Bedini's associate, Rick Friedrich.
If I understand correctly, the Bedini energizer does several things. Its
primary purpose is to charge batteries in a way the helps rejuvenate them.
It extracts radiant energy in the tradition of Nikola Tesla, and that radiant
energy doesn't show up on traditional meters in the form of volts and amps, but
it does show up in the form of battery capacity and longevity. Also, there
is a minor mechanical component (torque) that is over and above what is being
input and output electrically.
The purpose of the kit is for learning and research purposes, to help people experiment
without having to spend many more thousands of dollars having this system made up by machinists.
With a price tag of over $4,000, the kit is hardly cheap, but given what goes
into it, that price tag isn't gouging either.
This is an advanced and more useful version of the Bedini_SG,
a one-coil open source project that we (PES
Network, Inc.) launched with Bedini's permission back in 2004, and which
Friedrich took leadership of and developed far beyond what we first
launched. Friedrich who has been working closely with Bedini for several years, recently
moved to Hayden, Idaho to be able to work directly in Bedini's lab.
I was the first
to build the Bedini SG, and my associate, Susan Carter, was the second (to
illustrate how easy it is to build). The name "school girl
motor" was to illustrate the ease. Hundreds, if not thousands of
people have since built that motor or variations thereof, thanks in large part
to the work being done by Friedrich.
Here is the infomercial video:
Bedini and Rick Friedrich assemble and demonstrate the Bedini 10 Coil
Energizer Kit" (YouTube;
February 07, 2010)
The 10-coil energizer kit, authorized by Bedini for Friedrich to manufacture,
provides all the parts and instructions required to make it "easy for
anyone to assemble."
The kits can be purchased through Friedrich's website: http://PotentialTec.com
You'll see there that he has a lot of options available. You can either
buy the individual components (rather than source them yourself, which might
save some money but takes a lot of time [speaking from experience]), or you can
purchase everything all ready to go -- coils already wound, stand already
cut. All you have to do is piece it together, as is shown at the end of
the infomercial video, then solder the wires into the circuit board.
Quoting from the site (slightly edited):
[Example of a battery bank that can be
charged (not included) with the energizer.]
Large Bedini 10 Pole Monopole
This is the monopole replication of the large classic Energizer.
It is not fully assembled and will not be assembled for people upon request. It is for learning and research purposes. Customer assembles rotor, frame and circuit.
Experiment at your own risk.
The kit is molded and machined to the highest quality and includes the
ten 3" motor coils
a 17" aluminum rotor
80 wires with 80 circuits on 10 circuit boards
an aluminum base frame with Plexiglas top
80 SSG circuits
a generator coil that powers LEDs to light up the Bedini logo and clear
heat sink and pads
wire to batteries, clips
small sample of xcelplus
You will be able to run the machine not only at 12V and 24V inputs, but over 100V. The larger the battery bank used the more you will get out of it (provided the batteries are in good condition). The system allows for the charging bank to be considerably higher voltage than the primary battery bank (or the same if desired).
Related to R-Charge Devices
Here I am with the R-Charge device hooked to
the battery of my minivan.
For about three years now, Bedini has had a line of commercial battery
charger and rejuvenator products called the "Renaissance
Chargers". They are described as "the first radiant battery chargers that radically reduce battery replacement costs while dramatically increasing battery capacity."
Friedrich sells these, as do a few other dealers. It is a solid state
system powered by a plug into a regular 60-Hz, 110-V wall outlet. The
charger pulls much less current from the wall than competitor chargers doing the
same task (and the competitor products don't improve the battery at the same
I bought one more than a year ago and have had some success with it. Most
notably, the battery on our minivan was beginning to go out last Fall. I
put the R-Charger on it and saved myself from having to buy a new battery.
It's not yet up to "better than new" status that lead-acids are said
to achieve with this product, but I've only just the other day given it a second
treatment with the R-Charger.
Owen Mullen, who is one of Bedini's dealers, says that there is a great deal of
interest in this technology. "70 percent of the batteries that go to
the landfill could be reclaimed," he said. Companies who use
electrical forklifts, for example, could save a lot of money and time by using
The purpose of the 10-coil-energizer kit is to help teach people some of the new
principles involved in these Tesla-related electrical systems. Friedrich
is working on a 5 kW version of the system.
While these themselves might not be the ultimate free energy device so many of
us are looking for, they provide a meaningful step in that direction. And
if you want to see some really cool stuff, stay tuned for what is coming next.
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