Nikola Tesla 12-Volt 4-Battery charger circuit impossible? DIY

Nikola Tesla 12-Volt 4-Battery charger circuit impossible? Nikola Tesla demonstrates this with his “4-battery switch” system where he chooses to use four identical batteries to implement this circuit. The current flowing through the bulb can be arranged to be a charging current for another battery. It can both light the bulb and charge another battery without needing any extra current. And now, the newly charged battery 2 lights the bulb and charges up battery 3 again. Seem impossible? Well it isn’t!

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A Generator Maintenance Checklist for Diesel Generators

An industrial generator (a.k.a. genset) can last for decades, but only if it is properly maintained. Although a generator has few moving parts, it contains sensitive components that need regular attention. Complete genset maintenance requires different measures to be performed on different schedules. If you need a schedule for performing these measures, below is a basic checklist for diesel generator maintenance on a daily, monthly, semiannual, and annual basis.

Daily Measures

Diesel generators should receive the following measures on a daily basis:

  • General inspection – Check the genset for loose parts, signs of corrosion on parts, traces of carbon, and dust build up.
  • Coolant heater check – Make sure the coolant heater is securely in place and inspect it for signs of wear.
  • Oil check – check the oil level and add oil as necessary.
  • Fuel check – check the fuel level and add fuel as necessary.
  • Charge-air piping check – be sure the charge-air piping is connected securely to the radiator and inspect it for signs of wear.

Maintenance personnel commonly perform the measures above. Generator technicians can also perform them as part of a scheduled service agreement.

Weekly Measures

Diesel generators should receive the following measures on a weekly basis:

  • Air cleaner check – Check the air cleaner for debris and clean it as necessary.
  • Battery charger check – Check the float voltage reading on the battery charger and adjust the voltage as necessary.
  • Fuel Filter Drain – Drain the water from the bottom of the fuel filter housing.
  • Fuel Tank Drain – Drain the water from the bottom of the fuel tank until the diesel fuel appears.

Many facilities have generator technicians perform the weekly measures on a generator maintenance checklist. If building maintenance personnel perform them, they should have training in generator maintenance.

Monthly Measures

Diesel generators should have the following measures performed on a monthly basis:

  • Coolant concentration check – Take a sample of the coolant with a hydrometer and check its concentration by referring to the service manual from the manufacturer.
  • Drive belt tension check – Check the belt for proper tension and inspect it for signs of wear.
  • Exhaust condensate drain – Drain the condensate from the condensate trap.
  • Battery check – Check the charge on the starting battery and examine the connections for looseness and corrosion.

Because the correct concentration of coolant in an outdoor generator may be influenced by climate, a generator technician that specializes in emergency power equipment in the Carolinas should perform the coolant concentration check.

Semiannual Measures

Diesel generators should have the following measures performed on a semiannual basis:

  • Oil and filter change – Replace the oil and oil filter, regardless of whether the genset has been used in a non-simulated power outage.
  • Coolant filter change – Replace the coolant filter, regardless of whether the genset has been used in a non-simulated power outage.
  • Crankcase breather cleaning – Clean the crankcase breather according to the service manual from the manufacturer.
  • Air cleaner element change – Replace the air cleaner element, regardless of the level of debris accumulation.
  • Radiator hose check – Check the connection of the radiator hoses and inspect them for signs of wear.
  • Fuel filter change – Change the fuel filter, regardless of the level of sediment accumulation.

Generator technicians should perform the measures above.

Annual Measures

The genset should have a thorough annual cleaning of its cooling system.


The measures above are required for a diesel generator to stay in excellent condition. By incorporating them into a generator maintenance checklist, you can prepare the generator in your facility for the next power outage.

Although building maintenance personnel can perform some maintenance measures, many of them deal with components and types of inspection that are specific to diesel generators. Unless maintenance personnel are trained in these measures, they should be performed by a power service that maintains emergency power equipment in the Carolinas.


12V 24V 10A Automatic Generator Engine Battery Charger for Diesel Genset


This Intelligent battery charger is specially designed for Lead-acid battery,it is the replacement and upgrade of the traditional charger.It can save the energy more than 30% and lasten the life of Lead-acid battery over 50%.

It can work between AC160~280V,AC80~280V and many other voltage ranges.Working frequency is 20~100Hz, temperature range is -20°C~+65°.



12V5A Automatic Generator Engine Battery Charger for Diesel Genset


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It is the charger electricizing with float form, has over current protection, short circuit protection, fail to charge up and tiny electricizing functions.



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Kodiak Solar Generator Six Month Review – Testing refrigerators, ACs, And Washer/Dryers

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Kodiak Solar Generator Six Month Review
We are revisiting the kodiak solar generator. I’ve had it about six months, so we are going to dive into another review to see how it has been doing and what we’ve been using it for. We’ll show some big tests where I put it up against washers, dryers, air conditioners, and refrigerators to push this thing over the top and see what it can really do.
The Kodiak Solar Generator
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Using the Kodiak for Heating
I love using the Kodiak Solar Generator for heat during cold weather situations. For example, we used it when we camped at 11,000 feet at Chinns Lake LINK. In my tent, we set up the Mr. Heater LINK. For my girlfriend’s tent, I plugged an electric blanket into the Kodiak Solar Generator. It kept her toasty warm all weekend and used 15-20 watts for a twin sized blanket. The generator will run that electric blanket for three nights easily without needing to be recharged. It’s totally quiet and requires no propane; it’s very convenient.
Charging Your Electronics
My RV will connect directly to the 30 amp plug on the generator. For example, when I overextended my RV batteries early in the night, I connected the solar generator and restored power to the entire system. The converter was charging the batteries, all of our lights were on, I turned the stereo back on, and the whole RV came back to life. Otherwise, I would have had to start my front engine to charge my back battery so I could start the diesel generator, which is quite loud and blows exhaust everywhere.
Kodiak Solar Generator Load Tests
I ran a series of tests over the past six months to determine the load capacity of the generator and was pleasantly surprised by its capabilities.
Running a Washer and Dryer with the Generator
Electric dryers usually run off 220 volts, the Kodiak only has 110. Also, electric dryers use 3000 watts and are very power hungry. But if you have a gas dryer, the electric just turns the drum and ignites the pilot, so it will run the dryer as well. The generator easily runs the washer, even with a large load of laundry.

If your power is out or if it’s an off-grid situation, this generator is very convenient. It used maybe twenty percent of the battery capacity in the Kodiak, so you could probably run multiple loads without running out of power.

After a full cycle with both the washer and dryer, the Kodiak solar generator was at 60 percent, so it only used 40 percent of its energy doing an entire load.
Operating a Refrigerator
These generators will run a normal-sized, energy star compliant, light-duty cycle refrigerator for approximately 33 hours. Since my refrigerators are old and inefficient, I was curious to see how long they would run on this generator.

We used it all day with the compressor doing way more than 20 percent duty and it lasted 12 hours pulling over 600 watts. 12 hours would likely get you through a brief power outage.

I tried again with a newer refrigerator and it lasted 15.5 hours and we used it all day. I was pleased with the length of time it lasted. If you were using an energy efficient fridge and were not opening it very often, I am confident you could get 30 hours out of it.
Running an Air Conditioner with the Generator
It ran a 5000 BTU AC for 2 hours by itself with no solar. It also ran a 15000 BTU air conditioner and ti ran it fine for 30 minutes before I shut it down. See this link for a more detailed video of this demonstration. It will also run microwaves, fans, battery chargers, laptops, cell phones, solar lamps, flat screen tvs, power drills, and a wet dry vac all at the same time! Thanks to its pure sine wave inverter.
Using the Solar Generator to Power Your Home
The generator is great for power outages at home. I have experienced two power outages since getting this generator and it was very useful. I even plugged in my modem and router to maintain fast internet during the outage. I hooked up a laptop, a tv, a lamp, and everyone had their phones and ipads plugged in, plus a speaker for music. I am confident this generator would be perfect for any power outage or off grid situation.
Final Thoughts and Discount Codes
I love using the generator for every situation. I’ll bring it out for powering cell phones, lights, crock pots, water pumps, lights, lamps, music – this thing does it all. The four other solar generators I used went back to the store for being too heavy or having too little functionality. Here’s a LINK for 20 percent off the Kodiak Solar Generator.
You can also use the coupon code: “adventure” during phone orders.

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Bowfishing Champion 3400 Watt Inverter Generator Review

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Video review of our Champion 3400 Watt Inverter Generator that we use on our new G3 Bow/Fish 20 bowfishing boat. This review is for the free t-shirt we are not sponsored by Champion. This Champion generator has plenty of power to run the battery chargers and lights on the boat without every hitting peak throttle. The Eco mode works perfectly adjusting the throttle to the load on the Champion generator. Even on full power it is still quite enough to have a normal conversation next to plus its less then $800 way less then Yamaha or Honda.

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Hydrogen Generator – Can You Really Run Your Car on Water?

It's a great question. Can you run your car on water? A lot of websites and stories online and on the media are claiming that possibility. However, the best answer to the question is, "… sort of."

You can not run your car on water alone. Please do not try it. However, it is possible to run your car on a mixture of gas and water and get amazing mileage. But please do not rush out and dump water in your tank. It's not quite that easy. You're going to need some more equipment.

So, how does this work anyway? Well, it works on the principles of the hydrogen generator. You see, your car's engine runs great on gasoline, and it runs even better on the right mixture of gasoline and hydrogen. You remember hydrogen, the Hindenburg was filled with it when it blew into smithereens. Probably because of that disaster, we do not typically fuel things with Hydrogen these days. But, if you had a way to safely introduce just a little hydrogen into your car's fuel / air mixture, your mileage would go nuts and your engine would burn cleaner than it ever has before.

This works because Hydrogen is extremely volatile and it burns extremely clean. So, just a little bit of it increases the efficiency of every little combustion in the internal combustion engine under the hood of your car. Because the gas burns more efficiently you do not need as much of it to get the same amount of power out of your engine. Therefore you end up buying less gas.

But, you have to get that hydrogen from somewhere. With some major advances in hydrogen technology, brilliant scientists have developed a hydrogen generator that will fit under the hood of almost any car. It joins onto your car's fuel system and all it needs to work is a little bit of water that you supply and some electricity from your car's battery.

The hydrogen generator itself works on the principle of electrolysis. With electrolysis, when two pieces of metal are put in water and given an electrical charge, the resulting force causes the water to separate it's hydrogen atoms and oxygen atoms. Those atoms mix together into a gas called HHO or Oxyhydrogen. The output of the hydrogen generator, the HHO gas, is sent through the car's air filter and into the piston chambers where it mixes with the gasoline and causes that gas to burn much more efficiently and cleanly. When it's all said and done, you spend less money on gas. Some people can even double their mileage by introducing a hydrogen generator under the hood.

You may be wondering how much this is going to cost. Well, like most things in life, the price varies a great deal based on what you want to do. There are do it yourself kits available as well as full on installations. You can even purchase guides that will show you exactly how to build your own system from parts readily available at your local hardware store. So, it just depends on what you want to do.