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Notice: Power Output does not have to go through an inverter, it can go directly to the breaker box or transfer switch at 120 VAC or 220 VAC.
See our demonstration video below…
Since 1992 we have been researching different ways to produce electricity for home’s and to be affordable for the average home owner. We are very excited about our most recent invention!
The Fuelless Engine Model 2 is a free energy motor as well as a AC or DC generator. The generator is rated at about 4,500 watts x 220 volts DC. The generator can also output 120 VAC or 220 VAC at 50 Hz to 60 Hz.
Motor can also be used as a powerful DC generator charging system for UPS energy storage devices.
Power a home or business – continuously or as an emergency backup system.
………………………………………………………………. Option 1: Inverter Method – Easy to install. Use our free energy motor as a DC generator to charge 12 VDC batteries. A 5000 watt inverter is then connected to the batteries ( comes with instructions ) and the voltage is raised to 110 Volts or 120 VAC. The Inverter is then connected to a common manual transfer switch – which you can buy online at Homedepot.com or any other online company that sells backup generator supplies. The transfer switch is then connected to the homes breaker box, easy to install instructions are supplied. Wires are color coded for easy installation. Can run lights, computers, printers, TV sets. window air conditioners, heating units, power tools and more.
Option 2: Direct Method – You can use our generator as a direct connection to the transfer switch or breaker box. Also known as our new! SP500 AC Generator. Can run lights, computers, printers, TV sets. window air conditioners, heating units, power tools and more. We are now offering plans and kits to any and all backyard researchers, wanting to duplicate the experiment and test that you see in the video below – ” Stopping The House Meter Test “
SP500 AC Generator Kits – Contact Rick Gibson Sales Dept.
Step by Step Plans Only $175.00 USD : Purchase by Download >
Video of our lab test. Testing the free energy motor as a generator.
Rated at 4,500 watts x 220 VAC. Was running the ( white ) generator
as a test using 1 to 1.5 hp motor. Worked very well! Was very exciting!
This video was made about 7 years ago.
Video Correction: Video says ” 6,000 watts” Actual wattage rating = about 4,560 watts maximum. < Return to Home < Return to Our Older Website ( To return back to new hit HOME button ).