Posted: Sun Nov 27, 2016 11:24 am Post subject: 500 hp Overunity BLDC Motor
Submitted by Anon to the main page: http://www.bestenergy.ws/ Ron Brandt Perm Mag Motor Machine Drawings & Electrical Circuit Controller Schematic 1 version of 4 - Up To 500 hp (350 kw or 170 homes) on Prony Brake & Up to COP=932 Size 2 ft x 2 ft x 2 ft
This gives a brief over view of Ron Brandt's amazing 10 hp to 500 hp overunity self running BLDC motors that fits inside a 2ft x 2ft x 2ft box with controller. He was boy genius working on electrical motors in grade 3 and with Nikola Tesla on the Philadelphia Experiment. He continued Joseph Newman's overunity permanent high voltage motors with electronic control switching increasing the power output per lb by 500x upload to the main google drive with:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B7Fl9TsEYH5dQkVLai1RR2dCZ0k 40 hp original drafted models yielding up to 500 hp at 8,000 rpm due to 4x the power with 2x the rpm on prony brakes. The cost per continuous watt out is up to 100x less than wind or solar. Under $35,000 US for custom for 1 unit down to less than $10,000 approximately for higher volume orders depending on quality and volume.
Lamination drawings along with best 3 phase winding scanned image for maximum efficiency and the least cogging, and the
Overunity controller with several hundred thousand spent over 4 generations. Along with hall sensors, it uses optic sensors to pick up the back emf surge showing up on the oscilloscope as per Dr. Roger Hasting principle physicist for Sperry Univac acting on his own posted in the Newman Folder.
There are such BLDC builders as DIAZ showing on youtube of their building very similar motors. So far, they haven't incorporated the overunity controller. Posted there is gerber files not quite yet complete and links to several better 1 stop pcb board manufacturers in a word doc.
A patent has been applied for in Canada in order to help protect from some large corporation from patenting first with the threat of stopping others. Those that desire to have a joint venture in developing the controller to higher voltage up to 2,000 volts micro amps current so they can run on little 5 volt batteries in series like Joseph Newman did on one version, can contact me. An assignment of patent for their country can be signed giving them more incentive to develop faster. What is nice is the modular build of this motor with lamination packs that can bolted in and out along with conventional controllers or replacing with overunity controllers instead. The market for such a compact high power BLDC alone is significant.
I highly recommend downloading and mirroring the google drive to share with others as I was threatened within 4 months of contacting Joseph Newman for trying to raise $500,000 capital in order to become a Alberta manufacturer and distributor back in 1996 with having my wife taken hostage. For those that think this technology is stretching it, on the home page scrolling down is Tesla's 90hp electric car, Trombley's patent that was placed under a US National Security Order, Gray's 80 dyno test and areverse engineered ET craft by Northrup & GE, etc. or in google drive. This information is going to BLDC manufacturing and controller companies around the world including Chinese.
It might be that your company is not in a position to produce electrical motors like this, but know of other companies that will do so.
Also there are other amazing overunity technologies at:
http://www.witts.ws/verifications/ various engineer, electrical specialists along with electrical meter readings showing power going back into the grid and heating an 4500 sq ft lab except in the coldest 2 months of the year. I stayed in a building powered by one of these electrical devices in 2006 for 6 days that used electrical heating.
The biggest problem is companies canít believe this is possible. Also oil companies and others hire trolls to post negative information against www.witts.ws so that people are skeptical. Also up until this time, the dollar amount for royalties was so large, companies didnít want to pay.
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