Kinetic Electricity

Any moving object has a kinetic force converted by this technology into electricity

How does Kinetic Electricity work?

The mechanical electric generator contains coils of wire and a magnet, and when the mechanical shaft moves, it induces a changing magnetic field in the coils.
As the magnetic field changes, an electric current is induced in the coils of the generator. This phenomenon is known as electromagnetic induction, discovered by Michael Faraday. The generated electricity is typically in the form of alternating current (AC).

Conversion and Distribution: The alternating current is then converted to the desired voltage and frequency through transformers and inverters. It can then be distributed through power lines to homes, businesses, and other consumers, where it can be used for various electrical appliances and devices

Frictionless motion enables direct conversion of kinetic forces into inductive charge motion to generate electricity.

Motion energy technology provides a method to use movement to generate electricity.

What is Kinetic Electricity?

An electrical charge converted from movement caused by kinetic force.

How is this solution different?

Most kinetic energy is converted from a rotating generator. The rotating generator uses thermal power station to heat water for steam power. The kinetic energy is used to spin the motor and the electricity generated is convert from movement.

How does Active Kinetic 1 work?

Active Kinetic 1 also use kinetic movement to produce electricity. By using an efficient mechanism, different to a motor, it is able to convert kinetic to motion energy and generate electricity.

How is Active Kinetic 1 different?

The machine is unlike a motor. The mechanism has low mechanical impedance and friction enabling Kinetic force to maximise the reuse of activation energy. The motion energy provides the driving force for the electrical charge.

The kinetic force kick starts kinematic motion causing interactions in electrodynamic components prompting electron displacement resulting in an electrical charge.