Restore junk lead acid batteries for free. This took me 10 minutes to put together. Some printer solenoid coils, and old hard drive motor and plates, some magnets, a few pieces of recycled electronics. Thats it.
No winding coils of wire for days. No special machining or circuitry here. Just plain, old junk parts.
This is a Bedini Simplified School Girl motor made using old printer coils.
Note: I do NOT claim the words "perpetual motion", "over unity", "free energy" or any other such words that people fight over.
What I do claim is that this little device I made in 10 minutes using free junk is restoring old sulfated lead acid batteries - for free. It is restoring batteries that were tossed out by their previous owners as junk.
Call it what you want - I am repairing old batteries and using them to power my home.
If you want to make your own, please see:
I will be posting the circuitry and details to the charger shown in this video soon. Check back for updates.