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Motionless Electromagnetic Generator ( MEG )

Motionless Electromagnetic Generator ( MEG )

A term MEG refers to motionless electromagnetic generator circuit which is designed to generate electrical energy without using any moving components or involving any kind of mechanical stages.

How a MEG Device Woks

The device is made solely through a strategic placement and interaction of permanent magnets, coils and a ferromagnetic core. The specialty of this device as claimed by the inventors and researchers lies in its potential to generate an output power much higher than the induced input triggering power.


How a MEG Device Woks

A MEG device comprises of a couple of winding sections wherein the first input and the output inductors operate along the regions of the first magnetic path, while the second input and output inductors operate along regions of the second magnetic path.

To execute the above function, the input coils are alternately agitated through an external pulsating DC, so that the back EMF from the input coils are able to induce an identical pulsating current over the secondary coils at a specified magnitude and rate.

This magnitude of output power as measured by the inventors show outstanding enhancement by a factor of COP 3.  

COP is the abbreviation for coefficient of performance, and a COP 3 overunity means an output power that's 3 time more than the input power..... it's like getting 3 watts from an input power of only 1 watt.

If we examine the proposed MEG device we realize that it's actually not violating any law of thermodynamics. The secret behind the increase in the COP value is due to the smart application of the coils and the permanent magnets, and their interaction with the central ferromagnetic core.

In one of my earlier posts we discussed about the parallel path magnetic device and learned how a small electrical pulse applied externally to its coils is able to channelize the power of the permanent magnets towards the relevant edges of the device generating immense magnetic force over those ends, and this immense concentrated magnetic force was as high as 4 times more than the capability of the input power.

The proposed motionless electromagnetic generator circuit exploits the same principle, by mobilizing the dormant stored power of the permanent magnets for generating electrical energy much higher than the applied input triggering pulses.

Basic Coil and Magnet Layout Set up for a MEG device

Basic Coil and Magnet Layout Set up for a MEG device

The figure above shows the basic layout or set up of the coils, magnets and the core. The green colored section indicates the ferromagnetic core, which are in the form of 2 C-cores joined edge to edge, like this [ ].

The violet colored items are the collector coils wound over plastic bobbins, these coils react with accumulated, concentrated pulsating magnetic fields and convert them into COP3 electrical energy or COP 3 overunity output.

The white sections indicate the smaller trigger coils which accept the pulsating DC input from an external power supply source.

The central red, blue blocks refer to the magnets which should be preferably neodymium types.

In the image the upper drawing shows the side view of the device while the lower diagram presents the top view of the ME Generator.

The coils indicated in white are required to be pulsated alternately at some specified frequency which could be according to the core specification.

For laminated iron C-cores, the frequency could be anywhere between 50 and 200Hz, this might need some experimentation for figuring out the optimal or the most beneficial outcome, in terms of the COP value.

The following circuit diagram can be effectively used for powering the primary coils, as stated in the above paragraph.

TL494 circuit  for powering the primary coils of MEG

 Core Specifications:

The core used for the MEG can be crucial, the details are furnished in the following image:

transformer core used for MEG details


Inventors:Patrick Stephen L; Bearden Thomas E.; Hayes
James C.
; Moore Kenneth D.; Kenny James L.Appl. No.:656313Filed:September 6, 2000


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6 thoughts on “Motionless Electromagnetic Generator ( MEG )”

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  2. wow, unbelievable, i thought overunity devices was impossible in our current technology, is that real?? i thought that one kind of a system was forbid since Tesla's time 🙂

    • thanks Joseph, since the above principle does not seem to violate the law of conservation of energy therefore it appears logical and might work….the concept uses a method to mobilize the dormant magnetic force stored within the permanents magnets to achieve the overunity results…I am not quite sure whether using this concept is legal or not in the present world.

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