Fascinating article and patent dug up by Robert Nelson. I can't imagine
anything that would require 412HP (using 6500 amps) and am confused as
to whether he is talking about a motor or motor/generator combination
since he refers to it recharging itself while running the load;
01/25/06 - Jamison Energizer - the 200,000 mile car
(Kudos and Thanks to Robert Nelson of Rex Research who recently
discovered this 'lost' Jamison patent application! - JWD)
San Francisco Examiner (Sat., January 3, 1981), p. A6 - A Mississippi
mechanic claims he has invented an electric car that will run 200,000
miles without gasoline, oil, water or even recharging. Larry Jamison
calls the motor the Jamison Energizer.
The 65-year old Nettleton, Mississippi man commutes to Memphis seven
days a week to labor on his invention, housed in his one-room shop. He
says he can wire the dozen or so cylindrical-shaped motors and
energizers into virtually any truck or car --- at a cost of about $6,000.
The difference between this motor and all the other electrical cars on
the market is that mine never needs to be recharged, he said. It
produces more electricity than it uses and stores it in batteries.
Also, those other cars dont have any real power. Ive got a motor that
will outdo your Cadillacs and your Lincolns. When we get into
production, Ill guarantee the motor for 200,000 miles.
Jamison Thursday displayed a 1977 Ford Courier pickup equipped with a
Jamison Energizer. He admits it has a couple of small bugs. Jamisons
secret is a shiny metal cylinder a little mor than a foot long and about
10 inches in diameter. He wont discuss what makes it work.
Jamison says hes been contacted by major firms in Germany, France, and
the US, but doesnt plan to make a deal. But I aint going to let
nobody have it, he said. I want to manufacture it myself.
European Patent Application EP 0 067 755 - An energy producing system is
provided which produces energy for use, for example, in an electric
vehicle or in a home power plant. The system includes an electrical
energizer including a double wound rotor and a double wound stator, for
producing electrical energy which is stored in the system, e.g., in a
battery storage arrangement, which provides initial energization of the
The stored energy is supplied to an electrical motor which drives the
energizer to thereby create additional energy. The energizer is able to
supply the needs of the system as well as to power a load.
In a specific preferred embodiment, the motor described is a 48 volt,
412 horsepower motor (412 X 760 watts = 313,120 Watts) (313,120 watts /
48 volts = 6,523AMPS), having a top operating speed of 7,000 rpm.
Jerry Decker - http://www.keelynet.com
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