The CEG - Continuous Electrical Generator
Date: Tuesday, October 08, 2002 @ 22:07:00 GMT
Topic: Devices

Patent US #20020125774, sept. 12, 2002
Inventor: Mr. Alberto Molina-Martinez

This is a kind of para-magnetic transformer with no moving parts. It has been built as a "three-phase AC standard motor", but without any moving parts. The inventor claims:

"[0011] (...) The Continuous Electrical Generator ONLY NEEDS TO BE STARTED UP by connecting its inducting three-phase windings to a three-phase external source for an instant, AND THEN TO BE DISCONNECTED, to start the system as described herein. Then, disconnected, it will run indefinitely generating a GREAT EXCESS OF ELECTRIC POWER to the extent of its design."

"[0046] The outgoing electric energy provided by this system HAS BEEN USED to produce light and heat, run poly-phase motors, generate usable
mono-phase and poly-phase voltages and currents, transform voltages and currents by means of transformers, convert the alternate outgoing
poly-phase currents to direct current, as well as for other uses. The electricity obtained by the means described is as versatile and perfect as
the electricity obtained today with common electric generators. But the Continuous Electrical Generator is AUTONOMOUS and does NOT DEPEND ON ANY OTHER SOURCE OF ENERGY BUT ITSELF ONCE IT IS RUNNING; may be carried anywhere with no limitations; it can be constructed in any size and provides any amount of electricity indefinitely, according to the design."

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