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self running dynamotor(motor generator


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Hi, i have recently purchased a redi line dynamotor, it runs from a 12v dc battery and produces 220v ac. This is fed through a bridge rectifier to produce a full sine wave. The dc side of the rectifier is not used. I would like to either run 12v from the rectifier back to the 12v vattery input or use a 220v to 12v transformer in the same way. is this possible?

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If you feed AC through any kind of rectifier you produce DC, not a sine wave.  A rotary machine produces a pretty good sine wave in the first place.

 

As for feeding the output back to the battery, why would you want to do that?  If you are trying to build a perpetual motion machine trust me it won't work. 

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