Can movement create electricity?
Yes. Movement can create electricity, because mechanical energy is converted utilising induction to provide electricity.
Active Kinetic 1 Induction Mechanism
Active Kinetic 1 is a new mechanism that utilises pendulum oscillation to capture movement and generate electricity from induction.
The mechanical movement from wind or water converts directly into electrical current.
What creates electricity from movement?
Electromagnetic induction is the most widely used method to create electricity from movement. Active Kinetic 1 is a new method that combines pendulum oscillation and electromagnetic induction to capture any movement efficiently and instantly produce electricity.
Most commonly 99% of mechanical energy is converted by a rotary induction generator.
How is electricity generated from movement?
Any movement or vibration can be used to generate electricity from linear induction. The movement of the pendulum causes the magnetic component to oscillate though the copper coil, efficiently converting mechanical movement directly into AC electricity.
Movement into Electricity?
Movement is kinetic energy and when it is absorbed by Active Kinetic 1 oscillating induction technology it will immediately generate an electrical current. The amount of kinetic energy is directly proportional to the amount of electricity produced and can be accurately predicted through kinetic energy formulas.