A permanent magnet synchronous generator is a generator where the excitation field is provided by a permanent magnet instead of a coil. The term synchronous refers here to the fact that the rotor and magnetic field rotate with the same speed, because the magnetic field is generated through a shaft mounted permanent magnet mechanism and current is induced into the stationary armature

Synchronous generators are the majority source of commercial electrical energy. They are commonly used to convert the mechanical power output of steam turbines, gas turbines, reciprocating engines and hydro turbines into electrical power for the grid. Wind turbines of any significant scale use asynchronous generators exclusively. In the majority of designs the rotating assembly in the center of the generator—the "rotor"—contains the magnet, and the "stator" is the stationary armature that is electrically connected to a load.

Can You Get Free Energy From Synchronous Motor. This is an Electrical Experiment ! Amazing you can drive a fluorescent light bulb with synchronous magnet motor like a ballast transformer, Fact or Fake ? Comments are Always Welcome! Those who knows electricity; "can you try" "Do it yourself" the circuit is simple!My own opinion is it take the energy from ether and it forces us to think differently. Positive thinking always helps "Peace" and FREE ENERGY 4 ALL Mankind...Enjoy... To support my "work" every little bit helps! Watch the "ADS" THANKS & Stay Tuned...

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<p><strong>I recently did something very stupid with these microwave motors... Don't ask :(</strong></p><p>Fine, About a month ago, I showed my friend that if you spin the microwave motor while shorting the +/- with your finger, It tingles a bit and it feels a bit weird. I did this before showing him, But with one motor that after measuring, I think it showed around ~4V.</p><p>I just told him this because we were in the middle of taking apart a different microwave. So after we took the microwave apart, I wanted to show him that it felt really nice. Sadly what I didn't know, Was that <strong>this motor generated ~150 VOLTS when being turned at the same speed.</strong> I only knew that after measuring.</p><p><strong>So basically what happened was that I (wanted to show) showed him that it felt nice and instead I got SHOCKED with a nasty surprise (pun-intended). My finger was still numb half an hour after that!</strong></p><p><strong>Moral of the story: </strong>There are too many...</p>
<p>I am guessing you don't understand how the florescent tube circuit works.</p><p>In your circuit the motor coil is acting as the ballast. To see what this does watch this video.</p><p><iframe allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="281" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/qLaD11LITbQ" width="500"></iframe></p>
<p>I'm not understanding what this demonstrates. When you turn on the mains power it runs the motor and lights the lamp. Exactly what we should expect. Perhaps youcould try explaining it in a different way. If it runs without being connected to t outside power it would better illustrate what you are trying to show. I look forward to seeing it...</p>
<p>Thanks for your comment. But first light the tube and after run the motor?</p><p>Give an explanation</p><p><br>1).Why can Change direction to a right and left the motor?</p><p><br>2).Why can light the lamp and not work the motor without having the ammeter consumption indicator for some seconds?</p>
<p>We used small lamps like this to indicate if x-ray heads were producing any output, are you exciting the electrons in this manner?</p>
<p>Interesting, but not much sign of free energy. A real demo of free energy, that is on that violates the laws of thermodynamics should be good for a Nobel Prize. Feeling close?</p>

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