Revival of technology to measure inverse reactive current in unilateral phase detractors

I am am excited to help bring revolution to what was once a crudely conceived idea of a machine that would not only supply inverse reactive current for use in unilateral phase detractors, but would also be capable of automatically synchronizing cardinal grammeters.

I am, of course, talking about the Turbo Encabulator.

This incredible machine has received attention and development activity from a number high quality US companies including GE and Rockwell Automation. Over the years continuing development has been occurring to bring this technology to perfection.

Basically, think back to your high school science days, The Turbo Encabulator is based on the principle of power generation by the modial interaction of magnetoreluctance and capacitive directance. This negates the relative motion of conventional conductors and fluxes.

With technology that includes antigravic marzelvanes, ambifacient wane shafts, panandermic semi-boloid stator slots and 47 manestically spaced grouting brushes all encased in prefabulated Amulite and surmounted by a malleable logarithmic casing, this machine will revolutionize the automation industry. It is currently being tested in Nofer Trunion applications with expectations to expand into applications involving barescent skor motion by applying a reciprocating dingle arm thus reducing sinusoidal depleneration.

Really exciting stuff, big time changes coming in the world of automation. I hope you are as excited as I am.

You can find the GE datasheet for the Turbo Encabulator here.

This YouTube video documents Rockwell’s work in the 70’s. Their working revision was renamed Retro Encabulator.


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