There have already been a few posts/videos on shorting coils and they’re relationship to the Kromrey Generator. To show the potential, no pun intended, of shorting the Kromrey Generator coils, another video is available.
You can see that over 700 volts AC is available by shorting it’s small generator coils or almost 600 volts DC from the same coils.
Here is Shorted Coils Part 2, which shows a couple benefits of why you would even want to do it, possibly, in some of your own builds. You wind up with more output from your coils while simultaneously unloading the prime mover. We’ll show a bit more on the Kromrey with a few more experiments in another video soon:
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Bedini SG – Beyond the Advanced Handbook by Peter Lindemann – This is the first time John Bedini’s 1984 Kromrey Generator has been publicly demonstrated ever and the meters showed that the output was 200% compared to the input. And, the primary KEY piece of information to make it was has been fully disclosed! The Bedini SG that was demonstrated had a self-rotating battery system based on Bedini’s Splitting the Positive diagram and it recycled virtually all of the energy is used to run the energizer back through batteries to charge them up. The amp hours of running time that this energizer demonstrated was way more than the battery capacity can account for. A diode method was also shown that elicited way more radiant energy than the circuit and batteries could even handle, which teaches you that generating the radiant is not the issue because it has always been in the machine from the beginning – the real issue is how to safely capture it! The bottom line is that this presentation demonstrates that what was taught in the Advanced Bedini SG Handbook book is true. Release date – August 9, 2016. Learn more: Bedini SG – Beyond the Advanced Handbook
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