If you are a home owner, one of the best ways to reduce your monthly electricity consumption is to use a solar power system. The idea is to use Photovoltaic (PV) panels to convert the energy from the sun into usable electricity stored in battery banks.
When you have multiple electrical appliances drawing power from the battery bank, you will begin to notice a reduction of your month utility bill.
Apart from using solar panels, there is another way where you can use free energy from nature to charge the batteries. One of the methods gaining popularity is by using a magnetic generator.
When I first heard of this concept, I was really intrigued and decided to do some research on the subject on the web. When I was researching the information, it lead me to a web site call Free Power Blueprint.
The Free Power Blueprint was created by Ronald Bronson, who is a self proclaim alternative energy enthusiast.
I read through the web page and watched the video on the website at www.freepowerblueprint.com. It is very interesting and I bought the e-book just to find out what it has to offer.
Reviewing The Free Power Blueprint
The idea behind the Free Power Blueprint is to use magnets to create kinetic energy to spin an electric generator. The concept is not perfect, and yet the manual attempts to explain how it could be done.
What Ronald Bronson wanted to show in his manual is to utilize the natural “pulling and pushing” forces of magnets to generate energy. In a nut shell, you begin to build the magnetic generator by preparing a circular disc about 1.5 feet in diameter and supported at the center core through a set of bearings.
Magnet bars with positive poles are placed around the circumference of the disc. Next, place another set of magnet bars with the same positive poles outside the circular plate on a fixed location.
When you turn the disc, the magnets will come close to each other but they do not touch. When the same positive poles get near, their natural tendency is to repel one another. The repelling forces will build up and start to spin the disc faster and faster.
To harness the spinning momentum, a belt is connected from the central core of the disc to an electric generator. When the generator spins, it will create an electric current which then can be used to charge the battery units.
The entire process sounds easy when Bronson explains it in his Free Power Blueprint, but is does require a lot of precision engineering.
Free Power Blueprint Review Conclusion
So what’s my take on the Free Power Blueprint? Is Ronald Bronson for real?
The idea of using a magnetic generator for home sounds very interesting but there are still a lot of room for improvement. Not everyone would be able to make the Do It Yourself (DIY) magnetic generator.
You must have a good grasp on electrical wiring and have the ability to build high precision devices. Nonetheless, that has not stopped many DIY enthusiasts to give it a try.
Personally, the Free Power Blueprint is an informative product and I did gain some new knowledge from it. If you are interested to find out how to make your own home magnetic generator, get a copy of Ronald Bronson’s manual. It comes with a 60 days money back guarantee anyway. If you don’t like it, you can always ask for your money back.