Thane Heins: 'Holy crap, this is scary,' inventor says

'Holy crap, this is scary,' inventor says

Feb 04, 2008 04:30 AM, Tyler Hamilton, Energy Reporter

It all began back in 1985, when Thane Heins, having studied electronics at Heritage College in Gatineau, Quebec, started thinking about how magnets could be used to improve power generators.

But it wasn't until after the 9/11 attacks that he started seriously experimenting in his basement, motivated by the desire to reduce our dependence on oil and the countries that back terrorism.

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Doug Konzen

"Doug Konzen has experimented with various aspects of electronics for several years, including invention of a device he calls a 'JamPhone' which allows the user to input electric guitar or other analog audio directly into telephone lines. He holds an FCC license and has focused his talents building and testing novel motor designs. For the past 5 years, he has been experimenting with a low-voltage colliding-coil GRAY motor, but also with a permanent magnet version as a hybrid Gray/Adams motor.

Back EMF / Recoil Recovery Battery Charger Circuit by Konehead

"Here is great circuit that will increase the power and speed in a pulse motor, while decreasing the current draw to it at same time while also chargeing a 2nd battery stack"

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