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Published on Apr 28, 2014
This is a short clip of the QEG reaching resonance for the first time in the One People Community Aouchtam workshop. The bulbs represent 500 watts of power. This is not a how to video.
How the QEG works: First we use a starting power source, such as an outlet or a crank to power the 1 horsepower motor. This motor spins the rotor in the generator core. The unique oscillator circuitry configuration in the generator core causes resonance to occur. Once the core achieves this resonance it can produce up to 10KW of power, which can then be run through an inverter to power the motor that spins the rotor. You can then unplug the motor from the original power source and the generator will power itself. This is STILL IN PROCESS, and yet to be achieved by this QEG in Aouchtam.