3 Steps To Building A Permanent Magnetic Generator - If you are considering buil...
3 Steps To Building A Permanent Magnetic Generator - If you are considering building a permanent magnetic generator
to help power your home or for another reason there are some steps you need to follow in order to make the process as simple as possible and to ensure you do not leave anything out along the way.
The first thing you need to do is to source and order the parts. The items needed when building a permanent magnetic generator are quite easily sourced and can be ordered over the counter or on the internet.
Here is a list of essential materials you will need.
* 4 No. Alligator Clips
* 1 No. Transistor
* 2 No. Diodes
* 1 No. Ohm Resistor
* 1 No. Ohm Linear Potentiometer
* 1 No. Neon Bulb Potentiometer
* 2 x250g Enamel Coated Copper Wire
* 2 metres of High Current Wire
These items sound more complicated than they are and can be gotten from any good electrical goods supplier for a relatively small price.
Here is a list of equipment you will need.
* Laser Tachometer
* Soldering Iron
Next you can begin to assemble the different components involved.
1. The Core
2. The Magnets
3. The Rotor
4. The Battery
Thirdly, once you’ve got all your components together you can start to put everything together. The basis for building a permanent magnetic generator is that when you set up a series of magnets on a wheel in a particular pattern, the nature of the repelling and attracting forces of the north and south ends of the magnets will create a rotating motion in the wheel, which in turn will turn a rotor and essentially use that kinetic energy to create electric energy. This energy can be stored in a battery and used to run some or all of the electrical components in your house.