Seems to me that these fans and SSG's, etc. do a pretty good job but the COP is still
relatively low, even John's own personal bests (or as peter lindeman cites) normally
COP>20 or sometimes up to >60 with the rotary converters. Also using batteries.
Just a theory, but it seems that a hyper-steroidal device like Floyd Sweet's VTA
actually pulls in and converts the RE directly to usable current. COP's of >1,000,000
were actually measured and in my humble opinion, COP=infinity is technically feasible
if you ignore control power and strictly use a pure potential voltage (no current) input
to your conversion device. This necessitates really fast switching... quite different than
my current understanding of the Bedini technology, which is still light years ahead of
anything I have achieved in my short time as an FE tinkerer.
I might (should) redo my apparent COP>6 experiment of the IRO ver. 2.2 but it would
even possibly increase the COP levels, there was lots more room for the input watts to
decrease (100X to 200X) as compared to the induced voltage differentials on my huge
"battery" of batteries totalling 472 AH. Go figure, my lab is now all in boxes and totally
Doubt that I will ever re-do that old IRO
No offense to the Bedini folks, I for one owe a huge debt to JB and Tom Bearden,
but my own path is quite different. Just need time to pursue it!