Most of the low voltage coils (6 to 12 volts) were made with a
resistance of 7 to 12 ohms. You can find charts on the web for any size
of magnet wire and they will give a resistance per meter and from that
you work out the length of wire to use. Counting turns or layers is not
necessary, you just want the resistance in the right range. Higher
voltage input and you would use higher resistance as Robert says if you
are using over 100 volts up to 360 volts input use 72 ohms resistance
which was where he got very good results. These pages don't describe
all there is to know about these machines and Robert wanted to people to
experiment and learn many of the secrets of permanent magnets and Aether
energy that he learn't over his lifetime learning this stuff. He used
to love to help genuine experimenters but unfortunately we are no longer
able to ask him questions as he died 18 months ago and I have many
questions I would love to ask him still. You can generate pulses of
aether energy then you need to learn how to use them as they don't store
in batteries well at all but need to be used as they are created to
perform work. The Bedini Motor is all about trying to store this
energy in batteries which I now believe to be the wrong approach and
does not work very well with radiant or aether energy. This is a long
learning curve but a few have traveled it before us particularly Tesla
so much reading and learning is required. All the best and keep asking
questions and learning from what you see and experimenting.
> Have a good day to all!
> I wolud like how make a coil in photos. How many layers a have to make.
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