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The Smallest AC Generator In The World, That You Can Get Only 3$! Ok i take the Turntable Synchronous Motor 220/240V AC 4 Watt is a Magnetic motor from a Microwave Oven and saw that produces a lot of energy for the small size of the motor ,Yes of course has a magnet at the rotor, like the washer drain pump motor. I think it's really interesting...what you say...Enjoy...To support my "work" every little bit helps! watch the "ADS" THANKS & Stay Tuned...

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.

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    1 year ago

    Thank you.
    Now i can make good use of damaged microwave


    3 years ago

    .Interesting, my name is Miguel From Dominican Republic.Muy interesante desde Rep.Dominicana.