Bedini Monopole Motor – now finally spinning

by Stephen Hobley on December 7, 2009

I’ve had the parts to build one of these on my shelf for over a year – I thought it was about time I dusted them off and actually put the thing together.

I first tried it with some small ceramic magnets attached to a hard-drive platter. But this only put out about 7-10mV – which did not seem to be enough to get the switching function going.

Replacing it with a low friction bearing from a VCR, a plastic CD spacer and some “rare earth” magnets seemed to do the trick.

The iron coil attracts the magnet, but then when it draws level it generates a trigger pulse that switches on the coil – this reverse magnetises the core and pushes the magnet away. The cycle then repeats with the next magnet.

Basically this is a super-efficient motor.

But it’s rumoured to be the basis of a zero point energy device as well…

[Cue Twilight Zone Music]


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adxxx October 27, 2012 at 5:48 am

Hi…it nice to read your blog. I write this email to you because i am very excited about your post regarding to monopole motor. My passion about this matter are extremely for me to know better. I do believe you can help me to make my dream become true. I hope you are willing to share on how you build the monopole motor start from the beginning.
Thanks for the help. I am looking forward your respon and i am really waiting your respon to do so.

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