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Posted on Sunday, March 29, 2009 in Mens Clothing

Magnetic Power
Magnetic Power

Most people are familiar with the more common renewable energy systems such as solar power and windmills. You will be driving down the highway and see commercially installed row upon row of solar panels or windmills depending on your area. Also, you will occasionally see residential homes that have built their own solar power system or windmill. Unfortunately, most people are unaware of another alternative energy system that runs off magnets.

A zero point magnetic generator uses magnets, and magnetic force to make perpetual motion. A perpetual motion device is a machine that continues to move indefinitely by itself without stopping. Therefore, it will produce a larger amount of energy than it consumes, which ultimately results in a surplus of energy for you to fully power your home with completely free electrical energy. Since it runs by itself, no resources such as solar, wind, heat, water, coal, or any kind of third power device are needed to power it.

Building your own magnetic generator is not a difficult process at all. Several companies provide a DIY guide that contains simple, detailed, and easy to follow instructions for creating your magnetic electric generator. The companies that offer quality DIY guides also provide 24/7 quick and reliable support should you have any questions while building your system.

This generator can be built by anyone using just your basic tools. The material needed to build a permanent magnetic generator is cheap and easily accessible from any local hardware store. Once the device is constructed, no additional work or maintenance is required. In addition, the generator will work in extreme hot or cold weather conditions.

A free energy generator can be built as a tiny, compact system capable of powering a room or several appliances, to a larger system capable of providing electricity to your entire home. You would virtually eliminate your utility bills with either the construction of an additional unit or the construction of a larger generator.

Hundreds of successful zero point power generators have been built around the world. You too can use this technology at a very reasonable set-up cost and eliminate your power bill by 50% or even completely.

Are you tired of paying high monthly electricity bills and want more information on alternative renewable energy sources? If so, then check out for a way of reducing or eliminating your power bill with this technology.

Enjoy and good luck with building green energy!

what are the units to measure magnetic power?

The magnetic field has the SI units of teslas (T), equivalent to webers per square meter (Wb/m²) or volt seconds per square meter (V s/m²). In cgs units, has units of gauss (G). The vector field is measured in Amperes/meter (A/m) in SI or oersted (Oe) in cgs units.

The tesla (symbol T) is the SI derived unit of magnetic field (specifically magnetic flux density). The tesla is equal to one weber per square metre and was defined in 1960 in honor of inventor, scientist and electrical engineer Nikola Tesla.

The gauss, abbreviated as G, is the cgs unit of magnetic flux density in a magnetic field (B), named after the German mathematician and physicist Carl Friedrich Gauss. One gauss is defined as one maxwell per square centimetre.

Oersted (abbreviated as Oe) is the unit of magnetizing field (also known as magnetic field strength or intensity) in the CGS system of units. It is defined as 1000/4π (≈79.5774715) amperes per meter of flux path, in terms of SI units. The oersted is closely related to the gauss, the CGS unit of magnetic field. In a vacuum, 1 Oe = 1 G, whereas in a medium having permeability μ, their relation is 1 Oe = μ G. One oersted also equals a magnetomotive force (mmf) of 1 gilbert per centimeter of flux path.

The unit was established by the IEC in 1930 in honour of Hans Christian Ørsted, who discovered electromagnetism in 1820. From the Standard Handbook of Electrical Engineers; “It is that magnetic vector quantity at a point in a magnetic field which measures the ability of electric currents or magnetized bodies to produce magnetic induction at the given point.”

How To Build a Magnetic Power Generator

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