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Author Topic: Spanish magnet motor ?  (Read 4249 times)

Offline hartiberlin

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Spanish magnet motor ?
« on: November 04, 2007, 12:26:26 AM »
have a look at this video:

and his other videos at:

Is this the spanish version of Dennis Lee with the
Humbird magnet motor ?

Please can somebody who understands fluently
spanish can post a summary of these videos in English language ?
Many thanks.

Regards, Stefan.

Offline olympios

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Re: Spanish magnet motor ?
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2007, 10:32:30 AM »
He explains some of the characteristics of the unit but nothing about how it works. The only thing we know is that is using permanent magnets.

First video, doesn't really say anything. He says that conventional generators produce a lot less power than the power needed to run them. Sometimes the production is as low as 50% less than the input. Same applies to tranformers; their efficiency can go as high as 99%.
What you are about to see now, it will change your way of thinking. Here, we will describe some of the characteristics of our generators. The principal of their functionality is based on bipolar oscillation of permanent magnetic fields. In this case we multiply the obtained energy, focusing the actuation of the permanent magnetic fields through coils with high vertical permiability, which in turn......(abruptly ended).

The second video:
Remember that the end product of conventional generators, includes all the mechanical and electrical loses. With this in mind, we are going to use the measured 400 volts, 4.25 amps, and apply the equation P=I.U.1.73%, we obtain 1,176.4W, which tells us, the efficiency of our generator is 165.5%.
This video is our invitation, and if you want you can use your own technical personel to prove the facts.
We have built our prototype according the above mentioned characteristics. Nothing stops you from using this for any application, from small generators up to industrial size for the production of electric energy. We believe, if you use this instead of conventional generators, you can save lots of fuel which is expensive and hard to find.

In the others videos, he talks about the same thing, but different words, lol.
Also he talks about very high vertical permiability, which in turn, permits a great penetration of the oscillation of the permanent fields. The dual fancionality of the permanent fields is based on the applications of the laws of Maxwell, Faraday and the inventors own investigation.
It can be used for the production of low voltage-high current which is used in electric vehicles. The unit, turning at 30 RPM, can charge an automobile battery. At 600 RPM, it can produce up to 2000W at 50HZ with a clean sinusoidal form.


Offline olympios

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Re: Spanish magnet motor ?
« Reply #2 on: November 04, 2007, 10:45:17 AM »
Looks like it is using a three face motor (variable speed) to turn the generator.

Offline ChileanOne

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Re: Spanish magnet motor ?
« Reply #3 on: November 04, 2007, 05:21:00 PM »
I just saw the videos, exactly he is using a 3 phase motor to turn his generator, he claims that the motor consumes 1176,4 watts and the lamps are consuming 1947 watts, thus he claims a 165% efficiency of the generator.

Interesting. I wrote him a message inviting him to this forum, and also asking him to summon independent third party validations (Like Earth Tech or New Energy Congress).

Let's see what develops.