The Reed'motor, courtesy of Nelson Camus

created on 02/26/98 - JLN Labs - last update on 03/27/98

This motor is based on the diagram below, courtesy of Nelson Camus. :

"This motor is able to run by itself and give FreeNRG from the magnets when the aluminium sheets are removed from the blocking position (between the magnets). After they are removed, the motor starts itself without stopping, like a real perpertual motion motor. The coils 1,2,3,4 are used only for tapping the magnetic energy and convert it into useable electrical power........

The Reed's motor is a North pole magnetic motor. To start the motor, it is necessary to move a little disc (at the top) with your finger. Two brackets mounted in cross with four aluminum sheets pass between the North poles on the top and the bottom of the cylinder. When you turn the little disc with your finger, the two brackets in cross leave the gap between the magnets.

This motor is a real perpetual motion motor.

The only power that you require is the power needed for turning the little disc with your fingers during the startup. If you want more power, you need to use NIB magnets for a bigger magnetic flux, so you can get more power."

Preliminary Adjustments :

1 - With the Aluminum sheets out, spin the rotor with your finger clockwise, insert the magnet #1, then #2, the rotation will jump. In the first jump insert the magnet #3 and #4 quickly.

The motor will still spinning.

2 - The magnets #1, #2, #3, #4 require to be far of the rotor magnets. Using an screwdriver adjust the #1 down 1/2 turn in the bolt, follow with the #2, #3, #4, you will have more speed.

NOTE: if one of the outside magnets has more repulsion than the next one, the motor will stop. Take care.

3 - When the motor is in rotation you can stop it using the Aluminum sheets. Also you can decrease the RPM with the same procedure.

4- The magnets #2 and #4 require to be no in 90 degrees -85 to 89 degrees adjustable the elevation and azimuth.

If the motor stop or no rotate the azimuth and elevation of #2, #4 are notin the correct angle.

Addtional comments from Nelson Camus :

Nelson Camus has said to me that he has built himself his own model in 1993 and that he has succeed to obtain a self-running motor without external power during a period of 6 months !! Today, unfortunately, the box containing the Nelson's model has been lost/stolen during his latest move to his new adress....

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