Magnetic Switch invention could ‘change the world’
Posted by keelynet on October 9, 2009
They just keep coming apparently without doing a decent search of prior inventors…same techniques, just new buzzword to describe it…l
“A light-bulb clicked, and inventor Larry Fullerton from New Hope, along with Correlated Magnets Research LLC, trademarked “MAGNIT,” yes with an “I,” technology. Mark Roberts, is the president of CMR. He said that everyone can and will most likely use this technology in their daily lives.
“For example a door during the daytime, I have it with five pounds of force to where I can open and shut the door. At night I hit the lock on it, it’s 400 pounds of force,”said Roberts. It’s force that is formed through a unique coding made up of many small magnetic fields.
“They’re stronger than ordinary magnets, twice as strong,” said Fullerton. The concept is complex in theory, but the end product should be user friendly. To put this in practical terms, regular magnets will stick together just about any way they touch, they can also be very dangerous.
Programmable magnets will only stick together in one precise position, but they can be released with just a simple twist. Larry and Correlated Magnetics Research already have 60 patents filed. ” – Source. This has already been invented and detailed on KeelyNet, read about it at Vorktex vs patented Hildenbrand Magnetic Switch.
Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.