How to Build a Free Energy Generator – The Mini Romag

mromag01.gifAbout the Mini Romag

A free energy researcher named Jean-Louis Naudin, claims to have built a free energy device he called “Mini Romag,” which he claims to be working uninterruptedly.

Magnetism has always been a kind of “Pandora’s box” for energy. It is known that magnetic fields (and fields, generally) can’t be used for energy generation, but still, magnets have stirred the curiosity of out-of-the-box thinkers.

Although the explanations by mr. Naudin seem a bit un-scientific at times, some may give them a try and actually try to build the thing by taking the schematics.

By using the principle of free-moving magnetic flow called by some researchers “magnetic current”, the “Mini Romag” can produce about 24W of electricity (7 amps at 3.5V DC).

The generator is able to sustain itself, but has to be kickstarted by an external motor that has to be spun for about 42 seconds at 2,100 RPM. After that, the Mini Romag allegedly becomes self-sustaining and produces extra energy.

How the Mini Romag works

If spun at 2100 rpm, the generator charges the six coils of copper wire, the copper tube that supports it and the the copper coated steel wires around these magnets.

The charging takes place while the six coil connection wires (part #22) set up their magnetic poles by making contact. After the 42-second charging process, one of the coil connections has to be opened. As the current is drawn from the six coils, magnetic poles are set. They are a response between the rotor magnets and the coils, which causes the main shaft to rotate as the 12 permanent magnets attract and repel each other.

Maintaining the Spin in the Mini Romag

To maintain the fields of the magnets during their spin and not have them enter a state called “hold-back attract,” the device makes the fields blend into each other, so each time a magnet set passes a coil, an exchange of energy between the coils around those magnets and the generating coils sets up neutral magnetic polarities (aka “release fields”) and the hold-back doesn’t happen anymore.

This circuit is of utmost importance, since it allows for the uninterrupted movement of the rotor and the extraction of “free” energy.




You can find the parts list to build the Mini Romag here.

The Mini Romag free energy generator apparently demonstrates profound concepts and has a surprising number of applications. Build this unit and explore new possibilities of creating “free energy” yourself!

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