Bedini SG Kits

Bedini SG
Bedini SG
Bedini SG
Bedini SG
Bedini SG
Bedini SG


Based on John Bedini’s classic bicycle wheel Energizer, this kit is authorized by John Bedini. John designed the circuit himself to make sure that it is built correctly and will perform the same as his. All circuits are tested before they are shipped.

What’s included…

High quality laser cut adjustable plastic frame that comes partially assembled. Each one has its own unique serial number with the Bedini logo engraved.

20″ diameter steel bicycle wheel with axle extensions and bearings. This allows the entire shaft to rotate for the purpose of connecting a fan, switches, etc…

Aluminum fan blade that you can attach to the shaft. This gives the shaft a real load demonstrating that real mechanical work is performed while moving air.

A coil that is prewound with 7 power windings and 1 trigger winding. It is wrapped on a spool and will have a a bundled welding rod core.Complete circuit board with all transistors, resistors, diodes, etc… All you have to do is connect the wires from the coil to the correct places on the circuit, hook an input and output battery up and you’re done.

Batteries not included.

Shipping weight is 30 pounds.

Shipping dimensions are 18 x 18 x 18 inches.

Bedini SG Bicycle Wheel Kit$877




TOTAL $914


TOTAL $954

Depending on shipping

Bedini SG Bicycle Wheel Kit$877



TOTAL $974

Bedini SG Bicycle Wheel Kit




TOTAL $1127




  • Mohammad, I have moved your conversation here as it is more relevant on this page.


    Mohammad Yaseen

    7 hours ago

    Hello Everyone:

    Does the Bedini motor really work?

    Let me share my experience with you.

    about three months, I bought an ” 156 Bedini small window motor”
    Prototype From Rick Friedrick, one of the most famous Bedini student and
    ex-coworker as we all know.

    I thought the motor would really
    produce power more than what it take to run but surely it did not.
    Although the primary battery was fully charged in the beginning of every
    experiment, it was always almost totally discharged before the charging
    battery was fully charged(although both of the primary and charging
    batteries was identical).

    I talked to Rick Friedrick by phone and
    told him about what happened with me. He told me to do some steps and I
    did exactly what he told me to do. but the output still less than the

    I am sorry to say that. But I should say it. If Rick is one
    of the most famous Bedini student and ex-coworker as we all know and
    his prototype did not work how can I believe anyone one again about the
    free energy existence?

    If you really can produce such device, why
    do not you produce some small and cheap prototype and buy it on amazon
    or eBay so everyone can see the free energy device work?It will even be
    greet benefit for you, if you will not do that how can any one believe

    Thank you all.
    Mohammad Yaseen.


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    Aaron Murakami

    Mohammad Yaseen

    6 hours ago

    Hello Mohammad,

    Yes, they really work, but it is an energizer
    and not a motor since it isn’t intended to do mechanical work – the
    wheel is simply a rotating switch.

    I see you mention the window
    motor – that is different from the Bedini SG that I’m talking about – so
    yes, that is a motor..very efficient and is not supposed to be some
    free energy motor. You will get less energy out than in.

    Friedrick has been kicked out of John’s company quite a while back for a
    lot of unethical behavior, etc… he is still making cheap imitation
    chargers based on John’s circuits and none of them work right – and all
    without John Bedini’s permission.

    Also, he never did anything
    right. In his Bedini machines, he put neo magnets and they’re supposed
    to have ceramics because the neos oversaturate the cores… so many
    things he did wrong they’re hard to count.

    If Rick was claiming
    the window motor is some free energy overunity machine, then he was
    deceiving you, unfortunately and I’m sorry you had that experience with

    I would suggest looking at the material Peter Lindemann and
    myself have made available in regards to John Bedini’s circuits – namely
    the Bedini SG manuals at

    I hope that helps.



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    Mohammad Yaseen

    Aaron Murakami

    5 hours ago

    Hello Murakami
    1- Thank you so much for your response.
    2- I
    have bought the manual that you referred to me above but it will take
    more money and time if every one will build his own prototype. I suggest
    you to build some prototype (as Rick Does) and buy it on your web or on
    amazon …. If you do it, it will be very cheaper because you will do a
    lot but if everyone will build his own it will be more expensive and
    many mistakes may be done. I am sure it will even be greet benefit for
    you and I will buy it.
    Do you have some prototype for sale?If so please tell me because I am really interested.
    You say it does works. Do you mean If we begin the experience with the
    primary battery fully charged and the charging battery ( almost fully
    discharged), then the charging battery will fully charge before the
    primary battery will almost fully discharged?

    • Hi Mohammad, at least with the manuals, you get the full working theory, specs, etc… for the Bedini SG technology, which is the genesis of the chargers here at Tesla Chargers. We did offer just the bicycle wheel kits for a short time here: but they are unavailable right now. If we can find a manufacturer who can create an affordable high quality kit, we will offer it on that page.

      Yes, the Bedini SG does as claimed. However, you will not have the back battery fully charged before the front battery is discharged. There have been some circumstances outlined in the books where constant charge and discharge cycles did show a gain in the output battery beyond what was expected, but that is with tests going 24 hours a day 5 days a week minimum.

      With the Bedini SG, a very good build can wind up with 85-95% in the back battery. Let’s say 90% recovery. However, if the SG is running in attraction mode, if the wheel is being measured for mechanical work, it will actually show a 30% electrical equivelant in mechanical work. 90% recovery and 30% mechanical is a demonstration of total work done at a COP of 1.20 and at a 90%+ efficiency. Under 100% efficient, but over 1.0 COP.

      Therefore, no physical laws are broken – it is a demonstration of a non-heat pump electromagnetic non-equilibrium thermodynamic system.

      The environmental input source potential in some quantum physicists eyes may be the “virtual photon flux of the quantum mechanical vacuum” as Bearden would say, but I recognize the validity of the aether and use that terminology as Michelson-Morley NEVER invalidated the aether and the real history shows that Dayton Miller’s findings are rock solid with multiple validations. I recommend you study this page as you are a physicist:

      When the aetheric source potential is recognized for what it is and it is understood that it can be polarized from a symmetrical state with a dipole, then that source potential can come into the system and become disorganized through a variety of resistances, which of course is real work measurable in joule seconds per second.

      • Mohammad Yaseen

        Do you mean that, If I use friction-less wheel and superconducting wires and run the wheel in the vacuum, and use batteries with no resistance, say identical circumstances( it is just theoretical case, cant be actually exist), then I will gain about 120% energy from what I give for the motor to run?

        That mean, in such identical case, if I began the experiment with the primary battery fully charged and the charging battery almost fully discharged, then the charging battery will fully charge before the primary battery will fully discharge, isn’t that what you mean?

        • Reducing friction helps increase efficiency and COP but very slight. Not sure where to get super conducting wires, but wheel in vacuum could help a small amount.

          Actually, low resistance batteries are part of what is necessary. At Bedini’s shop about 10 years ago maybe, Peter and John were doing a LOT of tests with 2000 ah 2 volt batteries wired into 2 different 12 volt banks. The impedance of the batteries were so low it was nearly impossible to measure. This is KEY. On one charge test that Peter did, the batteries received a lot more load powering capability than what left the power supply – it was unmistakable and was very high COP. When you have a longitudinal impulse propagating, any impedance greatly reduces the potential energy there… but this large battery bank, which came from a cell phone tower, had low enough impedance to allow the gains to show up.

          Also, under these circumstances, the batteries actually do turn into negative resistors. Read this carefully:

          When polarizing a battery with impulses of nearly pure potential and virtually no current, the battery develops its own internal charging current that did not come from the impulses… and it is not a tradeoff between voltage and current. That battery gets polarized with a high potential difference between its terminals and that polarizes the vacuum source potential around it to come into the battery and causes not only the battery to go into charging mode, but to actually give it a strong charge that is not just a voltage increase, but a load powering capacity increase.

          With smaller batteries, Peter and John did thousands of charging/discharging tests – smaller meaning golf cart batteries. As long as the charge/discharge cycles were VERY CONSTANT, the batteries were able to deliver more energy than what left the power supply. Over the weekend when the charge/discharge cycles were not going on, these gains disappeared. There are countless charts that show this very consistent behavior.

          Very few people have seen this because most people building these machines are hobbyists and are not setup to have these tests going on day in and day out so 80-95% or so is what they see in battery recovery alone – not including mechanical work from the wheel, which is free.

          • Mohammad Yaseen

            Thank you so much Murakami, I learned too much from this conservation. But I have some other questions?

            1- When will the kit showed above be available?

            2- If I do not include the fun(to increase COP), and use big batteries, say 500 Ah as charging battery and 500 Ah as primary battery, will I get COP that significantly more than 1. For example 1.2 – 1.5.
            Did you do some experiment on this kit with big capacity battery 1000 Ah or more?If so what was the result?
            Please note that: by COP I mean that the ratio between the energy gained by the charging battery to the energy given by primary battery. For example, if the COP is 2, and we begin the experiment with the charging battery fully discharged and the primary battery fully charged then the charging battery will be fully charged when the primary battery half charged.

          • Hi Mohammad,

            We are not sure that this particular kit will be available again.

            If you have non-stop charge/discharge cycles, you may see over 1.0 COP in the output battery not including the mechanical work. The batteries in the golf cart I believe were L16’s, which are several hundred ah each – so the big cell phone tower batteries are not required to achieve these gains. However, I cannot guarantee that you will. This happened at Bedini’s shop and others have seen this as well – I’d encourage you to explore this at because that is the official Bedini SG forum.

            The kit on this page is small scale. It will draw about 1.3-1.7 amps at 12 volts with the 7 power windings. That is about 15-20 watts. The input and output batteries should only be around 30ah to be perfectly matched to this machine if we’re going with a 20 hour discharge rate, which is what the batteries would be rated at.

            I don’t believe over 1.0 COP will show up on this particular machine in the batteries alone. A 30ah battery has quite a bit more impedance than the big L16 batteries.

            The tests at John’s company with the golf cart batteries was with a solid state charger and the machine that charged up the cell phone batteries with a very high gain in those batteries was a 10-coiler machine – this is the exact one:


            The cell phone batteries were on the other side of the wall.

            Yes, COP is total work done by the output battery compared only to what we provided from the input battery.

  • Who

    Okay, so what happened? Why did you stop making them? Can’t find enough suckers? Cut out the hype and PROVE what you say works, actually works! Stop leading everybody on and making them do the work for you when it doesn’t work or it does work! Which is it? And Aaron, you’re nothing but an opportunistic wannabe trying to share the limelight with the TRUE pioneering greats, Bedini and Lindeman! I’m surprised your not claiming yourself up there with Bearden and Searl! Just go back to being the sales boy and leave the honor where it belongs! With the TRUE Greats! You’re just an opportunistic data regurgitating teachers pet college kid!

  • meh…

    Aaron, you have seemed to say that the Bedini charging systems are efficient chargers, but not over-unity. Correct? Yet the page “Welcome to Bedini Technology” describes over-unity, the battery as a negative resistor, using a large coil/magnet motor, which charges more batteries than the source battery can output.
    So which is it? Can these systems put out enough power from a battery source, and charge a large bank of batteries, thus ending up with enough surplus to power the entire house by using the charged batteries?To quote the page:
    “This home is immune to power outages from storms, blown transformers, substation
    failures, brownouts, or blackouts.
    Everything is powered by electrical energy obtained directly from the active
    If it can and does, why sell the solar chargers, and not sell these units that charge more batteries than what is required to power the charger? Does Bedini sell a charger that actually produces what he states on the “technology” page?
    Thank you.

    • What is the exact link to the page you’re quoting? It seems you are mixing apples and oranges.

      • meh…

        I’m sorry I don’t know which one off the top of my head. I should have saved it. The Bedini products are sold on it. How am I mixing apples and oranges? Several times in the past John Bedini himself said that there are systems which were able to charge several batteries off one battery, like the very large (8foot?) wheel he used as a display a few years ago.
        Now it may be that there are those out there who are ready to wipe him out if he says too much, but at least could you all just stick with one statement? It gets very confusing to hear one thing from you all in the past, and then today it becomes so watered down that you have almost joined the common crowd who says “there is no such thing as a system that can draw enough energy from the atmosphere to power a home”.
        thank you.