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Kromrey Generator Speeds Up When Shorted Out

Kromrey Generator
Kromrey Generator

The Kromrey Generator is one of the most interesting generators that has made it to the public. Although it has never been mass produced, enough researchers and developers have built them to demonstrate that it definitely has some anomalous properties. John Bedini is one of those geniuses that has been involved with the Kromrey Generator before most have ever heard of it as well as having built many variations that hold up to the claims of the inventor.

At the 2016 Energy Science & Technology Conference, Peter Lindemann presented a large-scale Bedini SG that ran itself and kept its batteries charged up as well as demonstrating John’s 2 Pole larger Kromrey Generator. In the demonstration, it showed that the input motor drew about 32 watts while charging a battery with 72 watts. That is about twice as much output as what was being supplied to the input. Peter’s presentation that goes into the operation of this machine is available here titled Bedini SG – Beyond the Advanced Handbook

On that same website is the third SG book called Bedini SG – The Complete Advanced Handbook and that goes into a lot of the details on the Kromrey Generator as well.

Below is a video where I show a simple video of the machine actually speeding up as the output is shorted – normally, this would create so much counter-torque that it will make it very difficult for the input motor to turn. Instead, it actually climbs 50-60 rpm while the input power actually drops! There is a simple reason for this but there are other anomalous aspects that conventional science cannot explain such as the demonstration results that Peter showed at the conference. The below video also gives a few closeups of the Kromrey Generator that John Bedini built (one of them) as well as an error that I discovered in the Kromrey Generator patent that nobody has ever pointed out until now.

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Share this video with your friends with the share buttons below – not everyone has seen a generator that actually unloads the prime mover when it is shorted out! Please understand the significance of this machine is profound. Imagine a gas generator set running and you turn on some lights powered by the generator but the gas engine stays the same RPM. That means that it doesn’t take more electricity to power a load. I still consider this technology in its infancy and there is a lot of room for improvements, which may be coming out in the near future.

3 thoughts on “Kromrey Generator Speeds Up When Shorted Out

  1. Hello Aaron,
    Greatly appreciate the Kromrey show and tell up close and personal. The basic outline of this design and the patent faux pas are excellent informational points for anyone interested in replicating this design.

    The operational and performance data are excellent markers or starting points considering that the entire device and driver assembly are not optimized. It all goes to show that careful and insightful manipulation of magnetic field interactions can yield very interesting results.

    Looking forward to the next design iteration,

    1. Thanks for your feedback here Yaro. As you can see in the video, the generator shaft wobbles and there are plenty of other things that could be improved. I’ll post a 2 part video update on this going deeper into the coil shorting concepts.

  2. Those permanent magnets should be dead since Tesla’s Special Generator’s massive, horseshoe shaped, electromagnetic ‘M’ coils (wound with 50 miles of thin gauge wire) would not allow much current to pass through them. So, their voltage will be high, but their magnetic field resulting from their passage of current will be low. Unless they’re magnetically coupled to a very large ferromagnetizable mass (such as the hull of an Elektro-U-Boat from WWII), and/or wound with 50 miles of thin wire, then something very interesting may happen: a beneficial gain in this device’s output.

    This is a variation on Tesla’s Special Generator in as much as his tiny ‘H’ coils reciprocated while the Kromrey rotor coils rotate. The placement of these coils also differs, but that’s a consequence of the different requirements of rotation versus reciprocation of this element in this device.

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