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Electric Power Controller White Paper

The entire system of the electric power controller is driven by a radiant energy collector. This natural energy is directly collected from the environment (capacitors, voltage regulators, and magnetic energy), and it is also extracted from ordinary circuits using a "fractionation" method. The magnetic energy radiation can provide the same functionality as regular electric power. The power transformer is driven by permanent magnetic radiation. It uses a 6W power source to control the multipath output magnetic field of the permanent magnetic energy. By guiding the motion of the strong magnetic field force, the electromagnetic field increases the electric power in the magnetic energy drive to achieve high voltage output. Under magnetic motion, the oscillation frequency ranges from 1000Hz to 1600Hz, and under frequency conversion, it reaches the standard usage frequency of 50Hz to 60Hz.

The electric power controller uses a 24V10A electric power to charge the battery for load purposes. According to the setting, the 24V10A startup battery is increased to 110V3A by the electric power controller. Through control, pulsing, excitation, and high-frequency magnetic motion at a frequency of 1000Hz, the 48V400AH battery is charged, and the charging time is 6 hours. We know that pulsing and excitation are similar to the quantum we study, but the difference is that the signal quantum transmits digital signals. The controller charges the battery through electric energy and high-frequency pulse oscillations. The electric power controller consists of an excitation transformer, a pre-control amplification circuit, a balance control circuit, a battery charging and frequency conversion pulse protection circuit, a backflow control circuit, and a complete machine safety device control circuit. The complete machine has three indicator meters: charging voltage meter, charging current meter, and control frequency meter. There are overcharging indicator light, over-discharge shutdown indicator light, overall operation indicator light, intuitively showing the machine's operation. If overcharging or over-discharge occurs internally, the system will automatically detect the battery's internal resistance, determine the battery's condition, and automatically check if the battery is over-discharged for the load, and it will automatically shut down after an alarm.

Purpose: Currently, solar power generation systems have higher requirements for solar panels, and they are relatively expensive. The electric power controller will replace large-area solar panels comprehensively, making the system safer and cost-effective. For instance, a home using 5000W of solar power relies on solar panels, which only have an actual efficiency of 20-30% due to the influence of sunlight. On the other hand, the electric power controller with its built-in 24V10A battery can maintain a voltage within the range of 24V5A-8A. By using frequency conversion to increase the power of the electric power controller, it can charge the 48V400AH battery. The charging time is only 6 hours to fully charge it. The difference lies in the fact that using large-area solar panels for a home solar power system costs several times more than using the electric power controller (which requires batteries to provide backup power for three days). The working principle of the electric power controller is fully automatic start-stop operation. The heavier the load, the better the effect. The electric power controller automatically charges the batteries used and can be used with loads at any time, independent of environmental conditions. The electric power controller is an energy controller that uses low-voltage and light current voltage as a high-energy frequency conversion pulse oscillation circuit. Through transformation and conversion devices, it operates in a high-frequency state and then converts to safe voltage to charge the batteries through frequency conversion. It can also be used in electric bicycles, new energy vehicles, home lighting, and more. The grid diagram provides a detailed description of the interrelationships and the inventor's thought process for the electric power controller. There is a detailed explanation of its working state and process, and the parameters described by the inventor in the electric power controller are just a representation. The role of the electric power controller is to drive large power with low power to achieve energy savings, green energy, and safe use. It especially provides comprehensive protection for battery charging and discharging.

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