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Magnetronic Motors
Technology Presentation
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Conventional Motor Technology
Magnets
Iron
0.5 lb force
Conventional rotors use iron
10 lb force
• Motors operate on alternating (push/pull) electromagnetic fields
• A magnet picks up fewer nails when iron is used as a transmission path
• The iron rotor in a conventional motor resists magnetic flux transmission
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Magnetronic Motor Technology
Magnetronic Coil Windings
• Magnetronic coil windings
are less complex than
conventional coil windings
The simple Magnetronic Coil (Normally
encased in plastic)
Conventional Coil Windings
Conventional windings are extremely complex
• Simpler coils:
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Easier to repair
Less likely to need repairs
Stronger magnetic fields
Lower cost
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Magnetronic Motor Technology
Coils
Magnets
• The cool-running coils are
encapsulated in plastic
• Heavy iron is not used to
transmit the flux
• Each coil pushes against
4 magnets (2 per side)
• With 48 coils, the failure of
a coil reduces power by
only 1/48th of the total
The Magnetronic Motor
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The Magnetronic Motor
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This Magnetronic Motor has 5 stator/rotor sections. The Magnetronic
Motor design is very flexible and can be designed with any number of
stator/rotor sections. Each section can be designed with as few or as
many coils and magnets as are needed.
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Higher Density Designs in Process
1st Generation: 32 ft-lbs, 5.4” wide
3rd Generation: 105 ft-lbs, 3” wide
Current 2nd prototypes produce 68 ft-lbs,
3rd generation available soon
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Retrofit TestVehicle
Vehicle
Retrofit
Motor Control System
Batteries
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86 Foot
Pound Test Motor
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Future Design
Vs.
Cummins 5.9L Turbo Diesel
610 ft-lbs torque at 1600 RPM
325 horsepower at 2900 RPM
2 Automotive Hub Motors (16” Rim)
730 ft-lbs torque at wide range RPM
25 horsepower at 1120 RPM (80 mph)
64 horsepower at 2900 RPM
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Magnetronic Motor Advantages
• Cooler operation  higher efficiency
(heat = waste)
• Smaller with higher power to weight ratios
• Modular design = highly fault tolerant
(Broken wires no longer mean weeks in the shop)
• Much lower starting power
(conventional motors dim the lights in the room during
startup)
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Magnetronic Motor Products
• Magnetronic Motors
• Magnetronic Hub Motors
• Magnetronic Transmissions
(Infinitely variable transmission motor)
• Magnetronic Generators
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Magnetronic Motor Applications
• Aerospace
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• Airplanes
• Helicopters
• Automotive and Transportation
• Alternators
• Cars
• Small Trucks and Vans •
• Large Trucks
• Tractors
• Buses
• Construction and Construction •
Tools
• Earth Movers
• Power Tools
• Dental Devices
•
• Generators
• Power Plant Generators
• Retail and Commercial
• Wind and Water
Generators
Household and Industrial
Appliances
• Fans
• Kitchen Appliances
• Washer and Dryers
• Vacuum Cleaners
HVAC
• Air Conditioners and
Heat Pumps
• Blower Motors
Lawn and Garden Products
• Power Tools
• Lawn Mowers and
Tractors
Manufacturing and Industrial
• Centrifuge Motors
• Conveyers
• Hydraulic Pumps
• Equipment Motors
There are many applications for
Magnetronic Motors
• Marine
• Boats, Barges, Shipping,
and Other Large Boats
• Boats, Recreational
• Medical Devices
• Positioning Motors
• Powersports
• Motorcycles
• ATVs
• Snowmobiles
• Small Motors
• Cooling fans for
computers and
electronics
• Toys
• Water, Air, and Chemical
Pumps
• Compressors
• Chemical Pumps
• Water Pumps
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