Introducing AIP’s “Compact Solar PV” Mag-Drive Power Supply

“Finally, a way to Provide the Power you need 24/7 that is not dependent exclusively on the Sun for your home or business, on or off grid Economically”


24kW “Compact Solar PV’ Mag-Drive (three 280 Watt solar panel to support the system!!!!)

Click here to download a PDF of the “Compact Solar PV” Mag-Drive Standard Specifications

“Compact Solar PV” Mag-Drive Power Supply Overview


The objective of the “Compact Solar PV” Mag-Drive Power Supply is to provide a practical source of AC power for an end user absent any combustible fuels or other traditional energy input provision. Storing energy for later use has become the focus of many in private industry as well as the Federal Government. Making use of rare earth magnets with the assistance of a minimal input voltage and current to maintain rotation of a specifically sized flywheel (Configured in a proprietary fashion) will drive a standard alternator, wind generator or dynamo in any number of DC formats. The present patent pending system design supports a 48VDC charge cycle and inverter which provides 240VAC out.

The rated output of a system as defined here is based on an average use cycle (meaning an estimated 8 hour day of full load off-take) In other words, if an average small gas station requires a 10kW resource so that the daily use including peak power could be realized without interruption, (and realizing that no average gas station uses full load for 8 hours continually, but rather spreads that use over the 24hour clock with short and medium durations of heavy use) then the rated system would be 10kW as defined by the battery storage necessary and the charging system which has an acceptable charge rate to replace what the system used at full load. In other words, systems are rated in Amp Hours (regarding battery storage capacity) to cover usage for a full day of operation.