# How to Build Radiant Chargers

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2 This guide is not intended to seek out free energy. We are going to focus on an under-unity design that charges batteries. I have not been able to measure any type of overunity with any of my machines. I won t say that would be impossible, but the following machines are not over-unity when measured with conventional methods and normal math. The machine you are building will bring down the impedance of the battery this is how the charge takes place, it drops the internal impedance of the cells, no real current is needed this way. There is no "Free energy", there is no "Over Unity" in any of these machines that can be measured with normal scopes and meters and we are just all assuming uncles Joe's theory to be right. When I put up the new pages I did not want to debate anybody about what I posted. I only wanted to try to explain what I found to be the proof of what everybody is calling Free Energy/ Over Unity, as it turns out to be "Radiant Reactive Power", so term it as you will, di/dt or whatever it is all the same in the end. If the machine can produce this Radiant spike before the switch turns on and the spike is reactive and if it tapped off at the right time and sent to the battery in the proper polarity, it will charge your battery. I'm not going to buy into all these theories about unproven experiments unless the experiment is done in front of me, as I have posted enough experiments to show everyone what it is. One step further on this is that, I know some of the people did try to build my motor's and did not get the results expected, but I can say that enough people have been to my shop to see the proof of what I say I have built and have watched these motors and solid state devices charging batteries. So I'm saying that the power you seek is "Radiant Reactive Electricity", and it takes an input to get it in some amount, that is all there is in these machines and strange devices. The riddle has been solved in my book. - John Bedini

3 The picture above was drawn by a member of Overunity.com. This was his explanation of radiant charging on a battery that has been heavily corroded. Experiences will vary, and this picture is just one example of what other people have experienced.

4 The charger above was drawn by a member at Overunity.com. This person claims that this charger works very well. It has been tested many times on many different batteries will very good results. The core is an air core, but it could be made from black sand, or another suitable laminated silicon-iron alloy core, like the metal used on most transformers.

5 The same variation of the charger above, can be shown below, only this time, you will be using multiple transistors. You can put a resistor on the base input current to the base of the transistor, to limit power. Neither of these two configurations is found to be easy to setup, and the power draw is excessive, creating unnecessary heat in the transistors. The goal is to create low current, high voltage spikes to charge the battery. If you put too much current into the power coils, when they release their power, you cannot help but end up with some current. The current output, plus the voltage output, will not normally exceed the input power. Typically there is a 90% efficiency of the input current, to the output current. The idea is to reduce the input current very low. The power coils will create a high fly back voltage of at least 150 volts to 500 volts, or more. As you increase the input current, the output current will gradually go up as well. No free energy will be created in the device its self, you will only be multiplying voltage, similar to a transformer. The difference in a Bedini style radiant charger is the resistance (impedance) of the charging coils. On this particular setup, there is only a ¼ of an ohm on the output coil, and yet you will be producing 150 volt spikes. With a 12 volt, to 150 volt step up transformer, you will have at least 10 ohms or more on the 150 volt secondary winding. Transformers do not have thick wire on the secondary, so they do not have the same effect on the battery. The lower the impedance is on the power coils, the better the device will charge. If you use extremely thick wire on the charging coils, you will end up with too much power, and on small batteries, they will charge too quickly, boiling in the process.

6 In the circuit above, you can use a 3300 to 10,000 ohm resistor (shown in blue on the diagram). This resistor provides the start current to create a self resonating or self oscillating circuit. If the circuit stops resonating for no reason, then reduce resistance, use a 3300 ohm resistor instead of a 10k.

7 Easy (non moving) electric fan motor, with self resonating circuit. Charges small D, C, AA and AAA batteries. Does not work to charge large batteries. This produces 400 volt spikes and very low output current. Rotor shaft does NOT spin. This is an old 120v bathroom fan. The type of circuit is not critical. You can use the circuit that is shown above. One side of the bathroom fan simply triggers the transistor. Since both coils share the same core, it doesn t matter that they are not wound directly on top of each other. The laminated stamped steel windings assure that the magnetic field collapses very quickly, with no eddy current losses (no heat) whatsoever on the coil its self. Because the windings have 78 ohms resistor, this charger will work good for very tiny batteries like AA s or something smaller yet. A 2N3055 transistor will handle the current just fine.

8 Below is a trifilar version of a self resonating circuit. This has about 0.25 to 0.50 ohms resistance or less on the output coil, which provides power for standard 6, 12 volt or 24 volt batteries of any size or shape. This particular unit works better for smaller batteries. The low output resistance is achieved because all three coils are put into parallel with each other. Each coil has about 1 ohm or less of resistance. Winding in series would make higher voltage spikes, but would reduce the effective charging ability, since the impedance (resistance) of the charging coils should be very low, since batteries have very low resistance, less than 1 ohm. Each coil of wire is wound next to the other one. They are all wound at the same time, 100 wraps of 20 gauge wire. The spool is about 1.75 around after it is wound. The inner core is about 0.75 in diameter, and it is made from black Xerox developer powder for a copy machine. The powder is mixed with clear epoxy from Harbor Freight, and poured into the center. Before the epoxy hardens, a magnetic is placed on both ends of the core to align the small magnetic flakes to create a very good lossless core. The best cores are those which do not conduct electricity, but which conduct magnetism very well. The epoxy black sand core is the best, since it does not conduct any measurable current, but has medium magnetic properties. It has no eddy current losses and the Hysteresis (the ability) of it to rapidly discharge is very good. The black sand discharges immediately when you release the magnetic field, creating a sharp high fly back voltage.

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