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Mini 4 DualPole Magnet Motor

Mini 4 DualPole Magnet Motor

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4 Pole Mini DualPolar Magnet Motor
Fully assembled [+$60.00]
500VA Autotransformer Variac 0-130VAC for generator coil output [+$75.00]
10A 12VDC 4PDT Latching Relay Contactor for rotating batteries [+$40.00]
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4 Pole Mini DualPolar Magnet Motor 12-24V.


The above video is called: Speeding up DualPole Motor with Shorted Induction Coils Loaded

Comes with circuit and rotors assembled. Full assembly optional.
The 4 DualPole has now been significantly improved to be both an attraction and repulsion motor. The motor now has a very strong pull from the larger magnets to the new enlarged coil cores while continuing to pulse them away after top dead center to allow the motor to still run in repulsion mode (that is running in attraction mode would mean the motor would be turned on to attract the magnets in, but that would be worse and is not necessary with this motor as they do that on their own without the need to turn on the motor at that point). The motor still runs the same way, only it has a lot more torque because the natural attraction adds to the motor. The 16 magnets are 1/2" x 1/2" (pulls 28 lbs each) cylinders and pressed into a 1/2" thick rotor. The stator coils have much bigger 19 ga wire and a thicker core with improved laminations that make for a much stronger motor. The shaft is also enlarged to a 3/8". The driving circuit is also improved with a new Arduino controlled mosfet gate driver for improved efficiency with significantly higher frequency switching. Various code options allow for changing the frequency along with a pot adjustment to change the pulse width. Included within the frequency on time is our liberty pulse frequency which is an attempt to change the frequency every 10th of a second for biological safety over harmful effects cased by being subjected to continuous contact with unchanging frequencies. The generator coils are also the same as the motor stator coils and allow a significant output. With this motor you can use what I have called the third stage process without having to use the trigger coil. The mosfets are now protected with a suitable snubber arrangement which contributes to the added efficiency of the motor.
This motor can be stacked with second and third layers. Click here for ordering extra rotors. The motor can run up to 120W @12V (and that doubles with doubling voltage).  36-48 volt input requires different code and bigger heatsink.
New optional Autotransformer Variac for loading the generator coils
This is shown in our video and used in reverse from normal usage. When the 4 (or 8 if you have a doublestacked motor) generator coils are in series you can connect the two wires to the output plug and a load to the input. Use at your own risk. We can only recommend this to be done by qualified technicians and in accordance with local code requirements (reversing plugs can cause confusion and accidents). When so connected the motor will speed up with a suitable load when the dial is turned down to 0-10V. As you turn it up it will slow down the motor more and more. If the switch is turned off the motor will slow down (if the dial was below 10V under load). This allows for another gain in the motor and also as a variable output. The maximum output is about the same as the input from the battery (while a charging battery is also charging at around the same rate). If you were to use a regular generator on the shaft you would get probably 50% of this in efficiency. Do not turn dial while turned on (especially under heavy load) or it may arc.
You can also add more coils around the motor coils as shown in our video to increase the output without affecting the motor function and its regular gains. This is also shown in our above video. Click the link to add as many coils to your order as you wish. They are not a huge gain to the system, but they are significant. 
As of April 9, 2018 controller boards come with optional battery rotating built into the code. To activate battery swapping code place jumber across pins 4 and 5 and use pins 3 and 6 to drive two mosfets to momentarily power alternating solinoids on a four pole latching contactor. See above video and schematic for details. Presently we offer the latching contactor

Below new video is now outdated as we doubled the magnets now to 8 per rotor.

Older Assembly Instructions Video:

Kit as it formerly was Assembled with Aluminum Rotors.

Motor shown below with only one motor and one generator coil out of four.

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