RotoVerter Demo Part 2 of 3

Uploaded by prosper4all on 18.04.2009

Héctor: There is the amperage.
Héctor: Does it consume anything?
Omar: It's like less than zero?!
Héctor: OK, lets turn it off.
Omar: Now its in zero.
Héctor: Lets turn it off. And lets stop it.
Héctor: OK, look when it starts.
Omar: Yes it goes up. I saw it a while ago go up.
Héctor: 9 amps.
Héctor: That is the Roto conversion effect. Now do you see?
Omar: Mhhhm (Yes)
Héctor: Evidence. The input voltage.
Héctor: Here are three phases.
Héctor: Measurement.
Héctor: 138 (volts)
Omar: 120 (volts)
Héctor: 120 (volts), which is (input) line.
Omar: 131 (volts) Héctor: 131 (volts)
Héctor: 138 (volts). That is, there are three phases.
Omar: Mhhhm (Yes)
Héctor: If we measure the input amperage with a more sensitive meter...
Héctor: ...let's measure it.
Héctor: That's what that motor is consuming, 0.28 (amps).
Héctor: What is the benefit of the RV on a conventional engine?
Héctor: Very simple.
Héctor: You have a jigsaw, a drill, a machine to cut meat, whatever...
Héctor: ...a power tool.
Héctor: While at work, look at the amperage.
Héctor: You stop working. That is what is called power on demand mode. Why waste energy, if the motor is not doing any work.
Héctor: You're going to cut something...
Héctor: If you put your hand near here, you will feel the heat.
Omar: (Laughing...)
Héctor: If you feel it...
Omar: Hey, it smells like its burning already...
Héctor: Smell.
Omar: Yes, yes, its burnt.
Hector: So, there is strength there.
Omar: That one is 7 horsepower?
Héctor: 7 horsepower and it gives you more than 1 horsepower in RV mode.
Héctor: Actually it gives 1.8 (horsepower), what happens is that I am very conservative.
Héctor: But what do you prefer to have in your home?
Héctor: A Sears powerdrill that consumes 0.28 (amps).
Héctor: Or a washing machine that consumes 0.28 (amperes).
Héctor: And it consumes (electricity) according to the (load) of clothing that you want.
Héctor: Or a dryer whose motor consumes according to the load of clothing that you want.
Héctor: Or a conventional motor.
Héctor: And now you are going to see a conventional motor. Let's turn this off.
Héctor: Let's connect there a conventional motor.
Héctor: OK we have a a normal circuit of...
Omar: ...of a (clothes) washing machine.
Héctor: ...of a (clothes) washing machine.