Das Problem ist nur, die Firma sitzt in Kanada und die Energie-Erzeuger kosten einen vierstelligen Betrag. Also nix mit mal eben bestellen und testen, vom Zoll mal ganz abgesehen.
Dennoch, ich wollte herausfinden, was es damit auf sich hat, ob der Erfinder Richard Willis tatsächlich etwas gebaut hat, was Strom aus dem Nichts zu erzeugen scheint.
Ich bekam nun eine Nachricht eines Hawaiianers, der das Gerät vor Ort besichtigt und getestet hat. Hier sein Urteil:
This looks like one of those „too good to true“ situations. So, after several months of phone conversations and emails with Richard, I asked Brian to make a personal visit to test. The live test was done two days ago in Canada. Results: Positive enough that I plan to take delivery of a unit in a few weeks to do further testing.
Per phone report from Brian, this was the test set-up: Power unit << >> Battery, car size, dead (11.35v) >> Inverter >> 1000W bank of 120V incandescent lamps.
The double arrows between Power unit and Battery represent high frequency switched bi-directional energy flow.
Time: Test run was for about 45 min. continuous @ 1000W, then about
2.5 hours continuous @ 300W (halogen lamp) all from same original battery. Battery voltage at start: 11.35, running: ~11.55. Inverter did not attempt low voltage shut-down, and lights did not dim. At end of test (shut down shop for the day), battery voltage was higher than at start. Actual volts at end = ?, didn’t get into my phone notes.
The power unit and the battery did not get hot. Electrical components were tested at 80 degree F., max., under load.
Test 2: tested with dead motorcycle battery, ~12AHr, powered 350W inverter, with 100W lamp, for about 45 min. Same results: battery voltage higher at end of test.
Mechanism: (My amateur analysis) We believe pulses of energy from the battery stimulate a fluctuation of the field of the permanent magnets. A current (perhaps unconventional) is picked up by coils and fed back to the battery. This bi-directional energy flow is at a switched frequency range of 1-5 kHz. The energy form that enters the battery is converted, in the battery, into a form usable by the inverter, apparently, virtually instantaneously. There appears to be an unconventional and significant energy gain. We see that it works with flooded lead-acid batteries, but don’t yet know how well it works with other battery chemistries.
Conclusion: In normal circumstances, a less than 100AHr battery, even if fully charged, would not supply 1000W for 45 min. and then 300W for 2.5 addition hours. Normally, the voltage would soon drop to a level where the inverter would shut down, and the battery would certainly show a much reduced voltage at the end of the test. We conclude that this technology justifies further testing.
We were told this power unit has been tested at 20+KW output. The power unit, in production, is expected to weigh less than 50#.
Richard has already started supplying units in small quantities and plans to ramp up production ASAP.
Perhaps, you will find this info useful….
Es geht hierbei um die Firma Magnacoaster aus Kitchener in Kanada. Ich kenne den Erfinder von zahlreichen Mailkontakten her und würde gerne einmal ein solches Gerät live testen.
Wenn Sie Geld übrig haben und so ein Gerät bestellen möchten oder zufällig gerade nach Kanada fliegen sollten, sagen Sie mir bitte Bescheid.