Aviso Tech Electric Car R & D Transformation Part 1
Aviso Tech Electric Car R & D Transformation Part 2
Aviso E car tested by DOST & DOE feb 24 2011
An inventor from the Philippines has demonstrated a bare bones electric vehicle with an 11-kW DC motor running on just one 12-volt battery, which is kept charged via an antenna circuitry that draws electrostatic or radio wave energy from the surroundings. He’s also developed a super-efficient repelling force that he wants to engineer into an engine.
When we hear of electric vehicles, we typically envision a trunk full of batteries. Not so with an electric vehicle prototype developed by Filipino inventor, Ismael Aviso. In his small prototype vehicle, one 12-volt battery is all that is needed, because his vehicle is not running from the storage capacity of the battery, but the battery is merely serving as the delivery point for the energy that is being harvested from unseen energy all around us through his special circuitry.
This is reminiscent of Nikola Tesla’s Pierce-Arrow electric automobile conversion that he ran on a little black box, extracting energy freely somehow from the wheelwork of nature, requiring no petrol.
Aviso has been working on this for 13 years but recently achieved a major milestone, posting a video to YouTube showing his vehicle running for around 10 minutes back and forth in his long garage, with passengers on January 31, 2011; but the battery stayed full.
First of all, the 11 kilowatt DC motor should have very quickly drained the one battery. Aviso says that “there is no one else who can run an 11 kilowatt motor on just one 12-volt battery. Usually, it would take at least three such batteries.” So that was the first feat.
Secondly, at the end of the demonstration, the voltage on the battery was 13 — higher than the rated 12.6 volts for the stock battery. Acceleration takes a lot of energy. Stopping and starting like that repeatedly should have sucked a battery bank down. Yet the battery stayed full, and then some. The Motolite battery they used is a common and well-known brand in the Philippines.
Aviso said that this is made possible by an antenna that receives energy from signals in the range of 750 megahertz to 1.2 gigahertz. He says that once he tunes his device to the proper resonance, “any signal within that range will be collected to boost the power of the battery”, enabling one battery to power his vehicle. He names the effect “Fymeg” (FYMEGM) energy, in memory of two of his late friends who helped in the earlier phases of the project. In contrast to the Bedini and Bearden technologies which are high impedance, his technology is based on low impedance and high voltage.
Aviso did the demo in the garage because the weather was unpredictable. The next day, he posted a video of them driving around his neighborhood: a third-world depiction, that he said he would like to uplift once this technology takes hold.
In looking at his earlier videos, you can see that he stripped down the vehicle to its bare minimal requirements – making it easy to see that there are no hidden power sources or other devices that could be accounting for the power being demonstrated. This version is also greatly simplified from earlier ones that involved banks of capacitors and other electronics equipment.
This whole scenario brings to mind for me a prophecy: “”And base things of the world, and things which are despised, hath God chosen, yea, and things which are not, to bring to nought things that are…” (1 Corinthians 1:28)
Aviso envisions a retrofit kit costing around $3000 (not including labor) to enable a petrol vehicle to be converted to electric using this technology. He likes to compare that to the $25000 price tag usually accompanying conversion to run on an AC motor; or the $12000 price tag for conversion to run on a DC motor.
He said that his technology is ready for demonstration to qualified parties who are ready to help them move forward with the funding and expertise they need.
Once he gets adequate funding, he plans to file patents simultaneously worldwide. So he is not disclosing how it works yet, just that it does work. He said that the equipment that will be required to measure the ambient frequencies around the device costs around $150,000; and this will be one of the tests that will need to be done fairly soon to characterize what is going on with the device.
He hopes to get some support from the Philippine government to get some funding to do proper third party testing.
But this isn’t all. There’s more where that came from.
Once Aviso gets adequate funding, whether from investors and/or from sales of this first product, he wants to finish developing another technology he’s been working on – creating an electric piston engine using his repelling force. He demonstrates this force in a video, showing a 1 kilogram weight shooting about 20 feet into the air. He says he’s been able to get a 1 kg weight to shoot 33 feet in the air using just one AA battery.. He envisions replacing a fuel-based combustion engine with this electro-motive-force-driven engine.
Aviso is also working on a “Universal Motor” that uses his repelling force technology. It will be used in an upcoming electric car prototype. Currently, work on the motor is going well, but a vibration issue has to be worked on.