Know-how is a symbiosis of permanent magnets and bifilar coils.
Bifilar coils are installed with a specific shifted angle to convert the parasitic current into usable energy.
Permanent magnets are required to maintain the rotation.
Initial start is performed by a battery or any other external source of energy. After a minute or so when the device achieves needed RPM the external sources of energy can be unplugged.
The device is able to work in autonomous mode and maintain its RPM in optimized mode by asynchronous motor with a special software, which controls RPM. The output power depends on the speed of rotation (RPM). 50% of the generated energy will be spent by motor, while the remaining 50% can be used by the consumer for his own purposes. For example, the device of 6kW is capable of producing 3kW for consumer, another 3kW will be spent to maintain required RPM at full load.
The Know-how device can be made for any type of voltage output with frequency of 50-60Hz.
- 380V 3-phase 50-60Hz
- 220V 50-60Hz
- 110V 50-60Hz
Electromagnetic generator will be produced in 3kW power output.
If a larger power generator is needed then 2 or more power generators can be connected and synchronized to produce 6kW, 9kW or more.
Production cost will be cheaper than production of wind turbines or solar panels
- On average depending on the region the generator will pay for itself in 1-2 years.
Small size compare to other power generating systems with the same power output
- Dimensions: 500x300x400 mm
- Weight: ~120kg
Special installation is not required
Mobility. Can be easily moved to any location
A mass production of this invention has not been established and individual units are not available for sale yet.
Video demonstration of Magnetic Energy Generator (presentation model) up to 10 kW