Infinity MG10 magnetic generator
Infinity MG10: Product specifications
Total capacity: 13050W
Total capacity: 13050W
Control system consumption: 50W
Motor consumption: Idle – 200W, full load – 3KW
Generated voltage: 900 AC
Generated frequency: 400Hz
Generated current: 11.2A
Effective power output: 10KW
Effective frequency output: 50/60Hz
: 110V / 1 phase / 100A
Effective voltage output: 220-230V / 3 phase / 16A
: 380-440V / 3 phase / 16A
Motor rotation: 1500 rpm
Weight: 80 kg
Noise generation: 60dB
Operation temperature range: -40°C ~ 70°C
Connection (GPS navigation system)
The Magnetic Generator is equipped with a built-in GPS navigation system that is used for geographical positioning of the device. The system includes an external antenna for outside installation if the device is used underground or deep inside a building. The main function of the GPS navigation system is to locate and tie-in the device to its territory (country) in which it has been originally distributed and installed. It means that the device will operate only if the GPS navigation system is on (online) and if it is located within the authorized territory (country). In case if the GPS navigation system is off or the server cannot locate the device, the generator will automatically shut down and could not be used.
Connection (GSM, CDMA, WiFi system)
The Magnetic Generator is equipped with a GSM/CDMA/WiFi transmitter that is used for transceiving information about operational modes and condition of the device. The built-in software facilitates fastest and high-quality control over the device. Every unit has its unique individual serial number which provides this information when the server sends an enquiry signal to the transmitter. The following information can be obtained remotely:
– Generated and consumed power for a certain time period (day, week, month, etc.)
– Total operation hours of the device
– Reactive and inductive load history for a certain time period (day, week, month, etc.)
– Current operational temperature inside the device
– Noise generation of the bearings
– Effective power output values:
– Amperage (A)
– Voltage (V)
– Frequency (Hz)
– Load (inductive and reactive)
– Current (Cos Phi)
The system also has a timer function which allows to set on/off time of the generator if the demand for electricity varies throughout the day. In order to prolong lifecycle of the generator, an end user can set a limit of power generation according to their demand.
The transmitter operates just like any other remote device so the buyer can use any available network purchased from a local network provider in case if WiFi connection isn’t available.
The generator can be monitored and controlled both from a PC and a smartphone. The tremendous functionality of the software allows you to monitor the graphically represented overall process of operation with an incredible accuracy. With a single press of a button you will be offered a variety of options to change or correct operational modes of the generator, for example, its generating power. In case of a breakage or malfunction a problem can be solved remotely as the system will identify and display the problem to the user. All software upgrades of the device will be done easily and remotely just like updating software on your smartphone.
In case if larger power output is required, the generator can be connected to and synchronized with another device to produce total net power of up to 1MW. This is possible thanks to the CAN interface and special software of the device.
Each device sold within an authorized territory (country) will meet local national grid standards to main electricity, voltage, utility frequency, plug type, etc.
Available frequency: 50Hz / 60Hz
Available voltage: 110V / 120V / 220-230V / 380V / / 440V
Available plug types: NEMA 1–15 U.S. 2 pin, NEMA 5–15 U.S. 3 pin / CEE 7/16 Europlug, BS 546 5 A / BS1363 UK / SI 32 Israel / Australian AS/NZS 3112), SEV-1011 Switzerland, SRAF 1962/DB Denmark, CEI 23-50, 15 A BS 546, Brazilian NBR 14136, Thai TIS 166-2549
If the device is used in residential or recreational areas where certain level of noise must be met, the device can be covered with a special noise cancelling material which reduces noise generation of the device down to 30dB.
Start of the device is performed by a standard 12V replaceable battery (car battery) that will be automatically recharged after each launch of the generator.
Even through the device is capable to operate at 24/7 capacity, it can also be used to supply energy to the batteries in case if electricity needs exceed total capacity of the generator at peak hours.
All other individual suggestions for improving features of the generator will be considered if requested. Each device can be custom made to fulfil any demands of the client.
RPM control sensor
The BLDC motor of the Magnetic Generator is designed to withstand various loads and maintain its RPM regardless of external conditions. It has a build-in RPM control sensor that is used to monitor rotation of the motor shaft and prevent it from deviating from the operational limits (± 5rpm from default). Maintaining RPM is crucial for the system to operate within necessary voltage generating limits as even slight deviation from the set limits will result in failure and burnout of the PCB components. The drum of the generator is driven by the BLDC motor through pulse-width modulation of the software driver in accordance with a specified algorithm. In case of an error of the processing algorithm and deviation from the rotation limits, the RPM control sensor will automatically shut down the whole system as it is an autonomous apparatus and is independent from the algorithm. The generator’s display will present the error and provide solution for it.
There are several temperature sensors installed inside the Magnetic Generator. Each sensor is used to measure ambient temperature around generator’s windings and coolant of the device. The generator emits heat insignificantly but truly, that is why it is equipped with a forced cooling system to deliver the generated heat from internal components to the radiator at the back of the device. Once one of the sensors detect rise of temperature the cooling system will circulate coolant through the ductwork and run the radiator fan to dispose it outside. In case if temperature of any of the components keeps rising the correspondent sensor will shut down the device and the generator’s display will present an error.
Bearing noise sensors
Annual maintenance of the generator is most of all depends on lifecycle of its bearings and other moving components. Being the main source of frictional forces between the motor and its shaft it is crucial that bearings are always greased or replaced when needed. In order to perform maintenance at the right moment, bearing noise sensors are used to detect any significant noise or vibration level deviation from the recommended by the manufacturer limits. When life of a bearing comes to an end or it needs additional grease the sensors will display a message of an upcoming maintenance to the user. If noise generation exceeds maximum limit the sensors will shut down the device to prevent other moving components from damage.
Unauthorized access sensors
The Magnetic Generator is physically protected from an unauthorized access by various methods, one of which is detection of the external case opening. Each side of the generator is equipped with several motion detection sensors which serve to prevent people from opening the device. In case if one of the sensors detects the opening it will automatically shut down the device and will not let it start until an authorized person activates it.
• Production cost will be cheaper than production of wind turbines or solar panels.
• On average depending on the region the generator will pay for itself in 5-6 years.
• Small size compare to other power generating systems with the same power output.
• Special installation is not required.
Efficiency Rate (kWh/year)
per 10kW x 24h x 365 days = 87,6000kWh/year