Overunity magnet motor released !
Date: Wednesday, February 22, 2006 @ 19:53:46 EST
Topic: Devices

Stefan Hartmann writes (free_energy yahoo group): Hi All, please have a look at the new overunity permanent magnet motor from Mr. Henry Sprain.

He has a patent for it and it is the first real overunity motor generating more mechanical output than needed for the electromagnet to kick the rotor over the sticking spot.

Have a look at it here:


Best regards,
Stefan.----------------From his OverUnity.com forum:

This is the first OVERUNITY magnet motor released to the public ! It produces more mechanical power than needed electrical input power for the electromagnet. It is the video from Mr. Paul Harry Sprain. I had signed NDA for it and now he has released it to the world !

It is simular to the Takahaski design and Mr. Sprain has got a patent for it.

The electromagnet at the end of the spiral stator switches for just a few Mikroseconds the field to zero flux density, so the rotor can escape the stator fields.

For the rest of the rotation circle the rotor is purely accelerated into the track. All magnets are in attraction mode, stator and rotor magnets ! This is so far the best magnet motor shown.

Congratulations Mr. Sprain for this success for presenting the first overunity permanent magnet motor to the world !


P.S: It is a spiral like permanent magnet stator and a pure permanent magnet rotor.


Mr. Sprain wrote to me [Stefan]:

I have been working on this project for 4 years. I have spent a little under a million dollars. I have a patent and a working prototype (see attached photos). The rotational force is measured using a torque sensor that allows me to put it under load just like a real generator. I have measured the energy going into the electromagnet voltage and current. It comes from a digital power supply so there is no guessing as to what is being used. I'm using a super perm alloy core for the electromagnet. A digital encoder controls the firing of the electromagnet.

My results:

out-.6 Nm at 10 radian/sec =6W
in-19.8v @ 1.9A = 37.62W each pulse is .028ms = 1.05 W per pulse 3 pulses
per/sec = 3.1W total input

Please see patent 6,954,019

Thank you,
Paul Sprain

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