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* NEW RELEASE * John Bedini’s Self-Recharging Motor by Peter Lindemann, DSc

John Bedini's Self-Recharging Motor by Peter Lindemann, DSc
John Bedini’s Self-Recharging Motor by Peter Lindemann, DSc

Last year, Peter Lindemann demonstrated a self-recharging system invented by Carlos Benitez, which is the apparent origin of self-recharging battery systems.

This year, Peter demonstrated a method John Bedini used to keep a battery bank charged up while running his monopole motors. The method had been mentioned in the past in online forums, but nobody seemed interested enough to actually explore the reality to it.

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I personally witnessed this method nearly 20 years ago at one of John’s shops affectionately nicknamed the “Palace” because of its interesting interior layout. Below is a picture of the EXACT machine that John Bedini accomplished this with. I also include a 12 minute video where I show you the machine in a video and give a basic explanation of the self-recharging process.

John Bedini Self-RunnerIt was done most often with a plexiglass rotor where the coils were on both sides of the face of the rotor rather than at the circumference. It charged a large cap bank, which was then discharged to output bank. A battery was then shuttled back and forth between the front and back indefinitely without ever having to place them on a regular charger to charge them up since the machine and its setup accomplished this.

This demonstration unit that Peter showed kept its battery bank charged up all throughout the conference one one single charge. During the presentation, the monopole is running and he describes how the battery bank is arranged.

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