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Author Topic: Self Powered Generators & Motors-Part 4  (Read 2149 times)

Offline seraphis

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Self Powered Generators & Motors-Part 4
« on: October 04, 2018, 07:39:17 PM »
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An electro-mechanical device that can generate 120V AC electricity and operate on its own rechargeable power source.
The unit would generate enough power to recharge its power source and provide AC power at the same time, making it perpetual in operation.
It would not require any external power to operate at all.

Background Of The Invention
[002]This Perpetual Power Generator is capable of generating BOTH Alternating, (AC) and Direct Current, (DC) power-without the need for an EXTERNAL fuel or power source to recharge it. The design uses existing shelf bought technologies, but setup in a unique manner, that allows it to
generate power AND recharge its own power generating source.
[003]This unit is completely SCALEABLE, so power output can range from 100W to 10KW or more depending on components used in a similar design setup.
Applications for this design include, (but not limited to): portable backup power generators, fixed main home power generators, mobile or field power generators, electric automobiles, electric aircraft, electric boats etc. The included diagram illustrates the layout of the unit's components. Power output will depend on the number of alternators used, number of batteries used and the specifications of the dc to ac power inverter.

Summary Of Invention
[004]The prototype unit comprises the following components:
2 automobile power alternators, rated at 110Amps@12Volts DC, a 220Volt, 1/2 HP motor, which turns the alternators, 1 step up power transformer, which converts 110V to 220V for powering the 1/2 HP motor. 2 rechargeable 12Volt, lead acid batteries, 2 12 Volt DC to 110 Volt AC power inverter(s) and an on/off switch.
(005)The unit will be belt driven-which will mechanically connect the motor to the alternators.
Power generated from the alternators will go to a lead acid or other type of RECHARGEABLE battery. Power from the battery can be directly connected to the end use item or be tapped from the DC to AC power inverter, which will also be connected to the battery. Each inverter used in this prototype can provide 1,000 Watts of PURE SINE WAVE AC power.

List Of Components Shown In Figs 1,2.
[0017] 1….1/2 HP motor
[0018] 2….6” Pulley
[0019] 3….drive belt
[0020] 4….Alternator
[0021] 5….Alternator
[0022] 6….Housing
[0023] 7….Automobile battery
[0024] 8a….Power Inverter
[0025] 8b….Power Inverter
[0026] 9….Power Transformer
[0027] 10….2AWG automobile battery cables
[0028] 11….on/off switch connected to the 1/2 HP motor

Offline qwekw

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Re: Self Powered Generators & Motors-Part 4
« Reply #1 on: October 04, 2018, 08:31:58 PM »
Drive motor 1hp :)