Monday, November 21, 2016

Space1 Electronic Motor

The Humanoido Rocket EMotor prototype 
invention was transferred to Space1's 
Taiwan rocket lab
This fascinating electronic EMotor is now ready for rocket development. The futuristic motor can be repackaged to serve conventional or rocket technology.

Years ago, the founder of Space1 invented an electronic motor in his American scientific laboratory. A single prototype was manufactured and tested over decades. This prototype was placed in check through luggage, passed TSA airport security and is now at the main rocket lab in Taiwan for analysis of new space applications.

Space1 is interested in constructing a new schematic diagram, buying parts from the Electronics Part Plaza, and assembling a dozen of the motors for various new applications.

Some of these new engines may be offered up for sale. They could be offered assembled or in kit form. Assembled units can have specific engine tuning for specific apps. The motor uses basic electronics parts, a PCB, CMOS integrated circuit technology, rheostat tuning, discrete components and is extremely reliable. The motor is battery operated for remote functions and control.

In harsh tests, the prototype motor survived freezing temperatures down to -40 degrees F. and box heat approaching +120 deg. F. and continued to work. It was also subjected to high levels of humidity and water, vibration, rough handling, and ten-foot drop force tests, again surviving. It passed all corrosive tests over the years and continued to function as designed after being in outdoor conditions for a decade.

Applications looked at in 2016 and for 2017 include a marketable product, rocket motor, a micro-miniature version, single and multi board motor arrays, parallel phasing, automotive version, various sim apps, harmonics testing, timing applications, and specific devices requiring EMotor technology.

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