Magnetically powered energy devices are an attractive feature of the electric energy devices. For example, magnetically powered water heater may have a small amount of free energy stored or stored with its magnetic system. The magnetic system may be a single magnet.
What is magnetically powered battery?
Magnetically powered batteries offer an interesting opportunity to increase electricity efficiency. In some embodiments, the magnetic portion is a permanent magnet, e.g., the battery is capable of magnetically attracting free electrons to the active magnetic portion of the device.
In some embodiments, the magnetic part of the energy device is a permanent magnet. In some embodiments, when a charge accumulates in a portion of the battery, the magnetic section in the battery can change. The magnets are permanently attached to each other and to the battery wall. When the battery is fully charged, when one magnet enters a free state it attracts the other magnet, the magnetic system of the charge accumulates and when the charge is sufficient, the first magnet can free itself to an adjacent portion of the battery’s magnetic system. The charge can then be transferred from the active to the free area of the battery wall and/or transferred out of the battery and into a non-magnetic area of the battery. Alternatively, the magnets in each portion of the device are permanently attached to each other and to the battery wall. When one magnet enters a free state, the other magnets attract each other. The charge can then be transferred from the active to the free area in each battery.
In some embodiment, the charge accumulator and/or charge pump can be used to collect the flow of charge. Therefore, it is possible to transfer charge from the active area and into the non-magnetic area of the battery wall in order to recharge the battery and/or to discharge the battery.
How does the magnetic portion of an energy device work?
Magnetically powered energy devices are magnetic in that one magnet can attract free electrons to its magnetic core. When free electrons are attracted to a magnet, the free electrons in the environment may be magnetically attracted to the magnet or at least partially magnetically attracted to the magnet. If not, there is an open circuit, a potential difference is applied between two opposite magnetic poles and the magnet or the surrounding magnetic material may lose its own magnetic charge and become a conducting material. Therefore, during operation, the conductivity of the magnet, when compared to the materials surrounding the magnet, may decrease. Further, if a magnetic
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