“We could utilize magnetism as an energy source” – Nobel Physicist Werner Heisenberg
The Chava breakthroughs in magnetic power research have so far come from our own labs; however for over two decades Chava has also investigated devices invented elsewhere claiming to extract electricity from magnetism. Most claims we examined were found to be invalid, either due to errors in measurement or a lack of understanding of the science involved. A small number of claims were determined to be fraudulent.
One of Chava’s patent pending devices offers novel advances for low power generation, currently referred to as “energy harvesting” devices, that produce power from mechanical vibration and remote sensing.
Cyril Smith, one of Chava’s Electrical Engineers, has worked for over 15 years on the theory of tapping magnetic energy including harnessing power from the quantum magnetic spin moment of electrons.
Utilizing known materials characteristics, Chava has succeeded in varying the characteristics of a magnetic circuit in a manner that effectively cancels the counter forces described by Lenz’.
Nothing Chava has done claims to have violated Lenz’ law – we merely have found another way to generate power that does not utilize magnetic induction but is well within the generally accepted understanding of Maxwell’s equations. Our research suggests that the electron quantum spin moment enables a path to quantum fluctuations that are inherent to Zero Point Energy.
Chava researchers in labs located at in Washington, Italy and Australia have developed several designs. Currently solid-state prototypes are under development, and are nearing submission for independent laboratory evaluation.
Chava has two U.S. Patents patents aimed at commercialization under the trademark of MagGen™. Patents #7,830,065 and #8,093,869 cover solid-state (no moving parts) magnetic generators. An early prototype produced an output, at a very low power level, of more than 100 times the input.
The first patent titled “Solid State Electric Generator,” was issued Nov 9,2010. The second titled “Apparatus for Generating Electricity…” issued January 10,2012. Several prototypes of more advanced devices have been built and an additional, very broad, patent application has also been filed. All power generation modules can be combined, in a manner similar to solar cells, to provide larger amounts of power. We expect to file an additional thirty (30) patents over the next three (3) years for various magnetic power device designs.