Design Desk Inc.
1. Start pressure actuation "button"
2. spring compression ( release ) button , causes number 7 to begin it's oscillation fixed ( base deck electromagnet / wrapped permanent magnet )
3. linear generator inverse ( current pickup outer diameter ( fixed position ) inner "slider" permanent
4. fixed ( base deck electromagnet / wrapped permanent magnet )
5. permanent magnet aligned to cause repulsive fielding to cause the slide deck number 7 to oscillate
6.fixed ( base deck electromagnet / wrapped permanent magnet )
7. slide deck assembly
8. linear generator ( fixed "core/ permanent magnet ) outer permanent magnetic field coil oscillates with the slide deck number 7
9. electrical current pick up ( fixed to the base deck ) "armature"
10. fixed permanent magnet ( fixed to the base deck ) to then induce electricity upon the slide deck and
excite the field coil to then cause the "armature , number 9 to then energize the electromagnets, numbers
4 and number 6.
11. field coil ( current induced by the linear generators upon the slide deck 6 inverse linear generators
12. depressed "coil spring " release mechanism allows the P.M.E.M. ( permanent magnetic
electromagnet ) to begin to oscillate and continue doing so
13. roller wheels in slide track top and bottom
14. dual coil spring assembly ( depress to cause tension causing locking then depress number 2 to allow
the slide deck to begin oscillation
15. slide deck connecting brace ( allows for the coil sprigs release to then move the slide deck "brace will
also then remain in motion when the deck , number 7 is oscillating . One spring upon each side of
the "brace" , also then acting as a slide deck maximum travel limiter by the fully depressed coil springs.
Currently cell phones and laptop computers use lithium batteries. The batteries energy density at times can make the batteries hazardous yielding thermal or explosive results. We have addressed the problem then designing an "on - demand" generator to then also does not require a charging period as this is a time issue making it a un-nessary activity daily... think about it ... over the course of a year... how much time then involved with the charging of a phone?
The design is is based upon linear generator to then cause horizontal oscillation then increasing the lateral rate via current increase to electromagnetic the with their fields aligned to then repulse to produce electrical current by amplifying an natural magnetic field via electromagnet to then "bounce" the armatures of additional linear generators to then yield a usable electrical current level to power a phone continuously.
The system contains automatic electromagnetic switching by the slide decks position.
As then slide deck ( number 7 ) the contact points then directing the current to amplify the magnetic field upon the slide will then align to then cause the on / off, of the electro-magnetics circuit to then yield the circuit to adjust the magnetic field to allow for lower field in the intensity that the direction that the slide deck is then traveling in and when at maximum distance then to pulse burst current to the the "slide deck " in the opposite directing . This causes oscillation and then yields high rate of oscillation. the maximum rate the controlled by potentiometer then limiting the current to the electro-magnetics also with diode and resistor ( upon final circuit design ), upon the circuit to the also restrict the electricity level.
An additional circuit may be added into this system to then increase the initial pulse of magnetism (via multiple capacitor discharge increasing the current to the electromagnets). This then increases the intertia when the system starts then holding the electrical charge from its prior cycling.
The design can be made this and small enough to then be installed within a cell phone to then fall in line with the current design trends.
The same "bouncer" type system may then be in the shape of batteries to fit into existing components battery size "A" "AA" "AAA" "C" "D" and 9 volt formats. the alternate design then with a 2 directional solenoid and and 2 to 4 linear generators for the round batteries and for the 9 volt battery format would contain 6 linear generators producing 1.5 volt per linear generator.