Bedini test-24

The video shows the charging of supercapacitors with a total capacity of 60F 16V. Charging is performed on a Bedini device, the so-called radiant voltage. Total system consumption is from primary battery 12,8V 3A. When the capacitors are fully charged, I switch the capacitors to an inverter 12VDC - 230VAC 50Hz - pure sine. A small power meter included in the output circuit will register the power consumption in Ah. The inverter output is connected to the load of a filament lamp 220V 15W. After the inverter shuts down automatically, we deduct the amount of energy consumed in Ah stored in the capacitors. The total output of the capacitors is 0.1Ah ........ After two years of work on the Bedina device I can say that the generator does not emit radiant energy in its true form. The generator works perfectly, but only as a battery desulfatizer and charging is realized by high-voltage pulses, the charged battery is charged with ordinary classical energy. Why can I say that? Example: I charge the battery with a so-called radiant to voltage without the problem of 16V. The next day I discharge the battery to 12V. Subsequently, this battery charges a conventional car charger, the battery is charged without problems to its full value. Then I can discharge and recharge the accumulator with a Bedini generator! So there is no radiant !!! Radiant or radiant, or the name zero or cold energy is an incorrect name of energy, these different names cause misunderstandings in the physical sense. Right or perhaps more correct and the logical name of this energy is astatic-astatic energy. Generator Bedini sure works as Mr. Bedini presented. But there's a thing I didn't find myself. It will be the correct setting so that the whole system works in resonance mode. That's about it.
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