The Next Generation of Electric Motors and Generators Are Here
Unsurpassed efficiency, size, reliability, and functionality
What we do
THE MOST EFFICIENT, POWER-DENSE ELECTRIC MOTOR/GENERATOR EVER DEVELOPED
High Torque Curve Through All Power Ranges
Operational Speed 2500 RPM or Less
Operates as a Motor or a Generator
Continuously Variable Electronic Transmission
Over 100 Foundational Patents
Inherently More Reliable
Our technology has enhanced reliability, efficiency, and cost of operation because the windings in our patented design are separated into independent modular coils. The failure of one coil does not create catastrophic failure of the machine.
Mechanical Transmissions Are Now Obsolete
Our motor design has a continuously variable electronic transmission made possible by the three phases of multiple coils that can be switched on/off on the fly. Drive train engineers will no longer have to worry about the size, weight, and expense of a mechanical transmission.
Extends Range By 33%
The three magnetic fields and three resulting air gaps all working synergistically result in >98% efficiency across the operating range.
PATENTED RADIAL-AXIAL-RADIAL DESIGN USES 3 MAGNETIC FIELDS
Our patented electric motor has three magnets positioned on the rotor in a Radial – Axial – Radial configuration
This design creates three magnetic fields and three precisely controlled air gaps, which provides significant performance advantages
Our design produces high power density, high efficiency, and extraordinary torque and power production, regardless of load, throughout the operating range beginning at very low speeds.
why we do it
Time To Change
Electric motor and generator technology has not changed in over 60 years. This is a foundational technology to the modern age, yet it is ancient. We decided to tackle the problem head-on to reduce carbon and radically increase efficiency.
FLEXIBLE DESIGN ALLOWS FOR HUB OR CENTRAL MOTOR DRIVE TRAIN APPLICATIONS
The flexible design allows our motor to be used in EV applications as either hub motors, axle motors, or central drive motors.