The Magnetic Generator is complex system with an organized structural arrangement of permanent magnets, bifilar coils and PCB controller by specially designed software.
Initial start is performed by a battery or any other external source of energy to help motor reach needed RPM. After start the external source can be disconnected.
The device is able to operate in autonomous mode and maintain its RPM regardless of amount of useful energy being consumed.
The main components of the generator are:
- an integrated stator;
- bifilar coils (mounted inside with the same and opposite poles);
- rotor with shaft; permanent magnets (installed with both poles to the outside);
- axles and bearings.
The magnetic generator MG10 consists of 40 neodymium magnets and 40 bifilar coils. The constructional feature that enables generating electrical energy is the precise angular alignment of the coils and magnets inside the drum and the switching regulations to suppress back EMF and effectively collect accumulated energy inside the electromagnets (coils). As a magnet starts approaching a coil, at a certain point the voltage of the coil increases along with the amount of charge it can transfer. Once the switching regulator detects the maximum voltage of the coil, it switches off the coil. The magnetic field of the coil that has been formed after excitation of the coil will tend to collapse generating a back EMF in the coil windings.
The designed software of the generator is able to suppress the parasitic current and transform it into usable electrical energy that can be utilized by the end user.
Permanent magnets are uniformly situated along the circumference of the rotor with the same-name and opposite polar poles. Bifilar coils are situated along the circumference of the stator in the same way but with a precise angular alignment to the magnets and parallel-serial connection to each other.
A bifilar coil is an electromagnetic coil that contains two closely spaced parallel windings and a series connection counter coil. In order to properly increase the coil power, its turns are wound in such a way to provide the greatest potential difference between adjacent turns or spirals. The energy stored in the coil is proportional to the square of the potential difference between adjacent turns. Due to the special material of the coil’s core (transformer steel), capacity for a set value of the potential difference between turns has been significantly enhanced.
The Magnetic Generator operation is able to generate power due to interaction of permanent magnets with bifilar coils and an emerging electromagnetic force between them. The magnets and coils are directed towards each other to create torque on the rotor. This composition of the drum of the generator is designed in order for rotor to rotate indefinitely as long as energy of interaction between permanent magnets and bifilar coils is collected and dispensed rationally and effectively.