Low MOQ for Disc magnet to Madagascar Factory

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Customized  any size 

15 years experience

Quality & Reputation concerned

Coating : NiCuNi  , Zn , NiCuNi+Sn ,NiCuNi+Cr ,NiCuNi+ Au

By air  ( magnet power  shelding package ); By sea ( plastic sack  package )

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    D: 118.10v

    S: 11.42v
    D: 118.01v

    S: 11.62v
    D: 117.98v

    S: 11.77v
    D: 117.91v

    S: 11.91v
    D: 117.86v

    S: 12.04v
    D: 117.75v
    Correction and update. I think I had said in the video that system is pulsing around 100 – 200ma but this was incorrect.
    At this lowest setting; it’s actually much lower with analog meter pulsing in a range of around 15ma.
    In the interest of no longer wanting to test my patience for 2-3 more weeks and wanting to see faster charging and actually finish this experiment; I have now decreased resistance to increase RPM, charging rate and current draw from source battery is now around 40ma.

    S: 12.13v
    D: 117.72v

    S: 12.21v
    D: 117.66v

    S: 12.30v
    D: 117.60v
    (Decreased resistance slightly to compensate for lower source voltage.)

    S: 12.39v
    D: 117.55v

    S: 12:46v
    D: 117.50v

    System is modified version of this design using 2N3055-


    Smaller wheel and ceramic magnets replaced with two neodymium magnets.
    Removed neon bulb limiter for higher voltage operation with 120v battery bank.
    Higher resistance so system may self oscillate (not desired) or run at very low power level.

    Source: 12.55
    Destination: 117.43

    Source: 12.62v
    Destination: 117.37v

    Source: 12.70v
    Destination: 117.25v

    I decided to go ahead and perform an ACTUAL load test of this SSG battery charging system operating at a very low input.

    I have discharged the large battery bank (ten 5ah. batteries) down to an average of 10v per battery under resistive load of .45 amp for around 10 hours. At which point the battery bank was dropping below 10v per battery under a load which had to be disconnected because discharging below 10v can damage batteries. The batteries powered the .45 amp load for around 10 hours and this is well within the 5ah rating for these batteries.

    I am now using a 12v, 10ah. battery (two 5ah. batteries in parallel) to run the system and recharge the 120v, 5ah. battery bank. This is a ratio of 1:5 or in other words, two batteries to recharge ten batteries over an extended period of time.

    System does use VERY little power (around 100ma. when system is actually ‘firing’ during the two different duty cycles.) from the source battery so I expect I will be able to run this system for a substantial length of time before source battery is discharged down to 10v and HOPEFULLY, the destination battery will be nearly or completely recharged back to its ORIGINAL 127v resting voltage.

    That is all for now.
    Kindest regards;

    UPDATE of current SETUP can be viewed @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DoG5N2bmu0A

    This is just a rough setup of an idea I’ve had brewing in my mind for a while now and would like to share with the world and possibly get some help with from others who are knowledgeable in the subject….

    This guy has a setup already up and running that he powers up with 120v and then once everything is up and running he switches over to the generator power and has that power his tool and his electric motor….pretty genius!


    I’d like to get this setup to generate electricity that I can use to power into my house; I do have solar panels that I built and wired up on my own and do realize the parts and costs of the parts I may need to complete such a project…..

    I just don’t quite know how to get all the wiring safely setup and also I’m not positive on all the other electrical parts I may need to be able to generate & capture the electricity generated safely….(like capacitor’s and stuff)

    I know that a GOOD Charge Controller is probably going to be at the top of my list of items needed…. I have a couple 2-stroke chain saw motors lying around the garage that I could probably mount up to spin the Magnet Motors shaft pretty good and fast! My other idea for finding something that will get the magnet motor spinning was another electric motor, something like the big air compressors use to spin the air pump motor that feeds air into the air tank……. that way I could have a electrical receptacle that I could use to get the motors spinning and then once up to speed and producing power I’d have some kind of a switch to use to switch the electric motor power over from the receptacle and tap it into the power from the generator….. so in essence the magnet motor would be powering itself after a brief start up period!!