Muller generator

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Muller generator

Postby WiLi » Sun Oct 08, 2006 3:41 pm

Hello to all,

has anyone heard of this yet:?

www.mullerpower.com

It looks like a very doable system somehow related to the adams motor.

No scematics, but rough and streight guidelines of the now deceased Bill Muller

and several videos.

Generating 200-400 Amps at 35 Volts with speed not going down under load.


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Postby jjbeamish » Wed Oct 25, 2006 8:48 am

Hi Wili,
check out the yahoo group evgray. They go into detail about it and have several working. I intend to build but they are kind of pricy for me right now. I have built a bedini ssg that works as claimed and cheap easy to do.

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Postby RonaldAKnight » Sat Dec 09, 2006 3:47 pm

I found Bill Muller's mtr/gen prints at http://www.fdp.nu/shared/manager.asp?d=files under Bill Muller.
If I remember correctlyPran Technologies Corp was Bill Muller's company .
After reading all the information on the mullerpower.com site I am a little confused on the real motive force being used to run the unit. There seems to be contradictory information in a couple of places which pertains to the motive force running the machine. The following page http://www.mullerpower.com/Research/Res ... #Research1 has mentioned in one spot : “The rotor is turned by a motor, such as a diesel engine or a windmill.â€
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Postby jjbeamish » Sat Dec 09, 2006 10:01 pm

It can run as a generator, a motor or a motor-gen
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