Konehead: Rotoverter Conversion Demonstration parts1&2

This a simple step by step AC motor "rotovertor" conversion demonstration
Hook 3ph AC motor up to its HV 460V circuit. this will be shown on its label.
Connect AC power feed to only 2 of the 3phases.
(AC power feed lines to line 1 and line 2 coming from motor)
Run caps and start caps go between line 2 and line 3.
Adjust run cap UF value to get lowest draw.
Pretty simple.
Run it on single phase 120VAC grid power (or 240V if that is what you have in your country)
Or run these on DC to AC INVERTOR! Now you will be runnig this motor on batteries - golf cart batteries are the norm, as they are type of battery that can be discharged and charged everyday for 5years before they go bad - while regular car batteries can only do a few dozen discharge-charge cycles before they are no good.
With the rotovertor motor, also having pulse width adjustment,voltage control and frequency adjustment to it will make it so you cna really nail a supereffecient rpm, voltage and power level for th particular load the motor is turning.
got to my site:
look at link #16 for a rotovertor spinning a Bill Muller design of dynamo/generator Also look at "circuit diagrams" link on my site too for the basic rotovertor circuit and some more advanced ones, which make it so you can charge battery stacks at same time you run motor.

this is the 2nd half of the rotovertor demo.
This particular 3450rpm marathon-brand 3ph 2hp AC motor shown in the video I eventually got to run on .18amps (180milliamps) at 120Vac with no load on shaft, using a 9uf run cap.
The rotovertor is a discovery of Hector Torres and has been replicated and tested by hundreds of people since it was introduced publically around 8 years ago by Hector. This sort of motor has the ability to actually "run itself" if you spin a super efficient generator, and also pull out power not only from the generator, but also what the AC motor itself in rotovertor mode makes in additional power from its third "virtual" phase - this phase works more or less like a "rotary transformer"
Study the rotovertor circuit and you will see that the third phase does not draw electricity, but in fact makes AC power itself that can be extracted.
Look on my geocities site for the rotovertor circuit in "circuit diagrams" link - also look at the circuit there in that link that uses a 2nd trigger-transformer to pulse-out power from that 3rd virtual phase at the motor's sinewave peaks to charge 2nd battery stacks so there is "no reflection" to the input power to the motor itself. This can also be done using a strobe-light light sensor trigger circuit too.
my site:
Also look at link #16 which shows a 5hp 1850rpm rotovertor AC motor spinning a Bill Muller design type of dynamo/generator.
This generator should have its power-out pulsed out at the peaks of the sinewave that the coils prodduce to eliminate "lug" to the motor as it spins the generator. Also look up lots of good rotovertor information at this site: www.panaceauniversity.org
from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzO_lzgfoKM from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGGL7Hs0p5Y&feature=related