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The electromagnetic generator of permanent magnets and bifilar windings.
The electromagnetic generator of permanent magnets and bifilar windings are designed to generate electricity. The electromagnetic generator can operate in standalone mode and to generate electricity with a capacity of 10 kW.
The technology is awaiting funding!
The electromagnetic generator to generate electricity consists of rotor and stator of the bifilar windings, which are mounted with a certain offset angle to convert the parasitic current into useful energy.
The rotor consists of plastic, which are neodymium magnets. Permanent neodymium magnets are required to support rotation.
The permanent magnet generator has small size in comparison with other generating systems with the same power output.
The initial run of battery or any other external source of energy. After about one minute when the device reaches the desired rpm, external energy sources can be disabled.
The electromagnetic generator can operate in Autonomous mode and to generate electricity with a capacity of 10 kWh. Its speed of rotation is maintained in optimized mode asynchronous motor with special software that controls the number of revolutions per minute.
The output power depends on the speed of rotation. 50% of energy generated is used by the engine, while the remaining 50% can be used by the consumer.
The electromagnetic generator can be made for any type of output voltage with a frequency of 50-60 Hz: 110, 220 or 380 V.
– the cost of manufacturing is cheaper than manufacturing wind turbines or solar panels;
– on average, depending on the region, the generator will pay for itself in 1-2 years;
– small size in comparison with other generating systems with the same output power;
– special installation is not required;
– mobility. Easy transportation.
|Output voltage, V||110, 220, 380|
|Power output, kW/hour||to 10|