If you were to do a search online on home magnetic generator, most probably you will see some write ups on the Magnet4Power system guide book. Using magnets to generate electricity to reduce home energy consumption has become a trend nowadays.
Since this blog is dedicated to information related to renewable energy for homes, I thought of writing a Magnet4Power review here.
If you didn’t know, the Magnet4Power pdf e-book is a manual that will show you how to make use of magnetism to create usable electricity for home use.
Sounds far fetch? I don’t blame you.
When you first visit the website at www.magnet4power.com, you’ll see a bold heading saying you can generate up to $1000 or more per year worth of electricity with a device made with spare parts lying around your house!
I know, it is very hype-py…but that’s how most web sites on the internet are nowadays to attract attention. Let’s move pass that.
Apparently the Magnet4Power e-book was written by Tomas Beronson. He is a self proclaim magnet, solar and wind energy enthusiast.
A quick Google on his name did not reveal much information. Most probably he is a marketing character created by the web site publisher to promote the manual. It’s a common practice so I am not too concern about it.
It took me about 30 minutes to read through the entire e-book. Generally, the idea is to make a magnetic generator to create electricity. The current generated is to be directed to a charge controller where it will be used to charge a series of deep cycle batteries.
Since the power output from the magnet driven device is very small, most probably you have to scale it up and have multiple generators connected in series to get a good power flow. Using only 1 generator will take you days to charge a standard 12 volt battery.
What I like most about the Magnet4Power guide is the bonuses. When you’ve made your purchase, you will get a copy of “Planning and Installing Bioenergy Systems” and “Renewable Energy Technology” e-books. If you are keen to learn other form of renewable energy sources, the bonus manuals will be a big help.
Magnet4Power Review Conclusion
It is fair to say, the technology of a home magnetic generator is not perfect. There is still a long way to go. Nonetheless, many Do It Yourself (DIY) enthusiasts are giving it a try.
Should you buy the magnetic generator guide?
That is up to you actually. If you like scientific stuff and love to spend time in your workshop, it wouldn’t hurt getting a copy to see what it has to offer. Heck, it comes with a 60 days money back guarantee anyway. For more information on Magnet4Power, click on the link below.