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Self-Runner demonstrations, Feb Indiana Convention, 10% off
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New Self-Runner demonstrations, Feb Indiana Convention, 10% off Year End

SELF-SUSTAINING MOTORS SHOWN AT CONVENTIONS

Last weekend we had the best Convention Workshop ever. It was a small meeting due to being the holiday season but it was enjoyed by all. The highlight of the meeting were two different motors running while their batteries were charging. That is not only were the secondary output batteries charging but the primary batteries powering the motor were also kept in a charging state as additional loads were placed on the output of the motor. We also gave the background information about what we were doing to the system. We started off the meeting showing the little mini magnet motor kit powering the mini DualPole kit, and then later the mini DualPole kit self-sustained while we added various LED loads on the output. Later we ran the 10 coiler DualPole kit with only 2 of the motor coils hooked up to circuits. 8 motor coils and 10 generator coils were not connected (due to lack of time) but placed a significant load on the wheel rotation. The motor was run at 24 volts and around 5-6 Amps. Three 9000 lumens 100W LEDs were powered and a stove top cooking element was heated on the front side of the circuit, while 24V of golf-cart batteries were being charged on the secondary side. When we added another 'open paths' process to the system everyone could see the three LEDs go to full brightness, the primary battery stop discharging, and two 11000 lumens LEDs go to full brightness (we had to cover them they were so bright). This demonstration ended up damaging one of my clamp ampere-meters due to the very amplified negative energy intensity. We also showed how the industrial 12” magnet motor can power a 10KW generator while charging batteries. Also shown was the larger 4 DualPole motor running a large industrial fan at variable speeds with our water-cooled mosfet controller. The setup represented a forced air heating or cooling and lighting system. We powered 4 100W LEDs very brightly with the generator coils at the same time. The motor was run on 24V of 35AH batteries up to 50A and charged two more of the same batteries at the same time.

 

You can see these kinds of things and much more at the upcoming meeting in February:

http://www.r-charge.net/Feb-12-13-2016-Indiana-Practical-Alternative-Energy-Convention-Workshop_p_289.html

http://tinyurl.com/zyks8py

 

We are presently having an end-of-the-year sale of 10% off all non-on sale items. Sale is only till the end of the year.

http://R-Charge.com

 

 

New Supplimentary Heater System.

We are also working towards make a new heating system where we water-cool our coils and circuits and allow for on-demand water or forced air heating. We realize that much of most people's energy costs are to create heat. The idea is to have an alternative to conventional resistive or gas heating. For example, instead of plugging in a 1500-1800W electric heater to warm a room, you power a heater that also charges batteries or powers lights, or even makes more heat (you select the options as you need them). These will also be part of our larger motor systems where we already have have motor power and battery charging. So now we have two, three or four outputs: Torque, charging, heat, and light. This water cooling also allows us to push our motors much harder while preventing them from heating up and blowing out. We have begun showing this as solid state or motor options at the last convention in Goshen this month.

This system will also work with making hot water for the home to use with or replace regular hot water heaters. It can also be used with or replace stove-top, oven, or toaster-over resistor elements. Come to the next Convention in two months and watch us demonstrate some of these things.

This next meeting will also go over several interesting miscellaneous topics such as Tesla coils and Remote power, and healing devices such as the Violet Ray. We hope to see you there.

 

10% OFF ALL NON-SALE ITEMS

We have also extended our 10% off sale till the end of the year.

 

Rick Friedrich

Renaissance Charge, LLC
sales@r-charge.com

R-Charge.com

PO BOX 127

Charlotte, MI 48813

208 304-2954

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