This is Part 4 of Mike Clarke’s presentations on the Reactive Power Generator, which has advanced by leaps and bounds since its inception. At its essence, it is like a Bedini SG, but with multi air core coils, higher voltage and with automatic battery swapping.
The results? The input and output batts keep swapping and keep themselves charged up – it’s a true self-running motor that turns a generator that produces hundreds of net watts and again, the batteries stay charged up.
Due to a problem with an optical sensor used for timing, this machine did not run at the conference but worked just fine at Paul’s home shop the night before.
Mike shares how he is now making his rotor that is very inexpensive and faster than machining so the whole manufacturing process has been streamlined to the point that it is becoming practical on all levels, including financially.