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any idea's on magnetic generators that would generate 34.5 watts output (3.5 volts, 7 amps) need to cut power costs. Answered

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lemoniefrollard

Answer 8 years ago

You can tell from the wording "magnetic generator", "cut power costs" - I just went to the trouble of finding something that matched.

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frollardlemonie

Answer 8 years ago

really a magnetic generator really would work, if you had a free POWER source to generate electricity with....

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frollardlemonie

Answer 8 years ago

that site states it uses the earth's magnetic field to generate power :S

no wind involved!

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Kiteman

8 years ago

What are you running off 3.5V and 7A?

(You don't need to call it a "magnetic generator", as all electrical generators utilise magnetic fields.  It;s the nature of the beast.)

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frollardKiteman

Answer 8 years ago

like a cheese quesadilla?

...hehe

I thought 3.5v7a was a bit much...