Probably you always wanted to find out what tools and materials will be needed to build a magnetic motor or magnet generator? Here it is – the list at its best!
The PMG functions well at low rotational speed. It works towards generating 180 watts at 420 rpm. This is equivalent to 15 amps at 12 volts.
The PMG can easily generate more power at higher speed. However, high currents can be a cause of heated coils which decreases the efficiency of the Permanent Magnetic Motor. It would be great to change the stator coils for higher speed. These can be changed via utilizing different size wire or altering the way in which they are connected.
Usage of thicker wire is better for using PMG at higher speeds. Thicker wire is capable of carrying more current without getting excessively heater up.
The wire also results in fewer turns on the coils which indicate that the PMG will not function at low speed.
Changing the connections will let you utilize the same PMG for 10 was well as high speeds. These connections can be changed is two different ways.
List of tools and materials
Fiber glass mat (1 ounce/ square foot) – 300 grams
Coloring pigment resin – 50 grams
Putty or plasticize Stainless steel wire – 200 grams
Grade 3 ferrite magnet blocks (pre magnetized) – 4000 grams
Enameled winding wire – 3000 grams
Flexible wire Solder & s leaving for connections
Y2 inch masking tape Bridge rectifiers
Heat sink for rectifiers – 250 grams
Box section tube (RHS) for spire – 1100 grams
Magnet disk or octagonal plates – 6000 grams
10 mm threaded rod (studding) – 500 grams
10 mm nuts – 300 grams
10 mm washers 8 mm threaded rod – 125 grams
8 mm nuts – 50 grams
5 mm nuts & both for rectifiers Shaft – 500 grams
That is it: not difficult to find these item in ant store to build your magnetic motor – generator.