The  "Motivator is an electric automobile motor system that will have unlimited range and will self charge.

Parts List

1. Hydraulic max pressure safety valve

2. Hydraulic impeller

3. Electric motor

4. 1:2 ratio gear set

5. High speed electric motor

6. Permanent magnetic high voltage generator

7. Hydraulic pump

8. Switching control "logic"  board

9. Sensor measures current level reports to computer

10. trans axle / automatic or manual transmission

11. Main electric motor

12. 1:4 ratio gear set

13. High speed permanent magnetic high voltage generator

14. Wound magneto control for number 13

15. Air conditioner compressor

16. Power steering pump

17. Power break pump

18. 12v Dc alternator

19. Air compressor / Air pump (optional )

20. Main electric motor "throttle" box

21. "start" circuit - idle electronics

22. Ac to Dc transformer

23. Battery charger

24. Dc to Ac inverter

25. Battery tank

26. Wound magneto control unit

27. Hydraulic fluid flow tube

28. R.P.M. sensor "wire bus"

29. "wire bus" to main logic computer control board

30. Drive shaft "from transmission"

31. Pulley wheel

32. Serpentine belt

33. Hydraulic fluid reservoir - piston pressurizer

     by coil spring also contains bleeder valve

34. Main electric motor "throttle cable"

35. Hydraulic flow tube post max safety pressure valve

     returns to number 33


 From "Start"  current in number 25, The Dc to Ac inverter in number 24 will energize numbers 11, 5  and 3. This causes rotation to "base idle".

 With number 3 rotating  into the 1:2 ratio gear set number 4's rotational out put is twice that of input rotational speed. Number 5 then is reducing the resistance produced in the gear set and counteracts the resistance produced by the pumping of the hydraulic fluid.

 The fluid speed is then impaling an impeller attached to the drive shaft that is attached to number 3 causing it to speed up. This part of the system is circular and will increase in speed compounding rotation.

  The current produced in number 6 then feeds number 13's field coil and branches into number 20 and then to number 11. The current intensity to number 11 is always greater than the current intensity to number 13 to allow the system to climb in rotational speed.

 Number 13's electrical output is fed to number 8 then numbers 3 and 5 causing rotational increase and more current produced. Number 13's electrical output is also fed to number 20  and then to number 11 causing the whole system to accelerate. The system is "load reactive".

  Number 6 also energizes an Ac to Dc transformer and then powers a battery charger to then charge the battery when the system is in operation. The "start" circuit is the in the off position when in operation.

 Number 11 causes number 13 to rotate at four times the rotational velocity because of the ratio gear set number 12. Both drive shafts number 30 are connected to number 10 (trans-axle/ transmission).

 The field coil intensity for numbers 6 and 13 are adjustable and will increase in intensity at high rotational speed.

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