Some years ago i tried to make a magnetic-motor
but all the results were negative.
Inspired by the pulsemotor challenge i took (much too late),
the rotor that was left, out of the garage.
Well i didn`t a great job like other people did here,
but i send this because i was amazed that i got
the rotor running with so less components.
Just a battery, a cheap coil, and a reed-switch.
First i used a power-supply, but today I took
an old battery (12V) that i hadn`t used for more
than one year. When i started the power was
very low, but it seemed that the system was
helping the battery to raise power.
It`s too short time to do some tests, what is better...
I had it running with and without a fly-back diode(LED).
Anyway, i hope i inspire other people to do tests with the
system. (It`s not new, many other people did it before)
Maybe it`s the road to free-energy...
Update: After running 24h voltage has gone down to 9,75V :(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFASFVZgBs8#ws