Fig. 17 above is a block diagram view of the electrical system of the present invention Manmotor.
This one comes in at number eight on the evaluation of subject matter used within the present invention. Simply after the evaluation of subject matter in both views, and the overviewed, the reports and notes will allow the inventor to know precisely what is patentable within the invention, and in this case there is nothing novel or inventive about the electrical , simply due to it's all been done already and very unlikely that it's worth patenting, or in fact including it in the Patent Application for the Manmotor, oh yes it's critical to make the Manmotor do what is claimed, but the circuitry is not novel and perhaps someone could just go in and change some stuff and get around the claims of the elecrical system. This is important for the final Patent Application filing fees, it costs money for every claim you make, so if you have alot of claims be ready to fork out some cabbage when the Patent Application is filed with the USPTO.
Now for sure as an inventor you think your stuff is great, but get your invention boiled down to the exact patentable feature that allows a simple patent to be issued on the secret within the art of your invention. In the case of Manmotor the hydrobalanced wheel came in as the very most patentable art to make the invention perform as an invention and that in addition, other patentable accessories such as this electrical system could have patentable merit, but that's not our invention, it's only subject matter in compilation to enhance the performance of the hydrobalanced wheel.
Date Notes : January 20, 2009 : Tracking(s) assigned : MM01209D - MM01209E
Referring to Fig. 17 "the electrical system (ESD) block diagram embodies article eight of subject matter used within this present invention Manmotor, and therefore article eight of subject matter in the first outline includes Fig. 13 and specifically 124. and Fig. 17 and examples the electrical output system of the present invention. As 124. of Fig. 13 is rotated clockwise or counterclockwise from exerted human effort, a static charge is accumulated at 175. and further as the flow chart indicates, discharges into the coil array of 176. . Upon discharge onto the high voltage coils 176. produces an impulse of 120-180vac and directly connects to the input leads of two electromagnetic coils 181. and positioned stationarily onto the mainframe structure of the present invention, producing magnetism between the two said electromagnetic coil elements of 181. . 180. provides an electrical impulse in porportion to the positioning of the water decompositioning coils of 181. and the hydrobalanced wheel speed (RPS) and further decomposes water by electrolysis producing hydrogen and oxygen within the vacuumed cylinders of 123. and 125. of Fig. 13 .
The Hydrobalanced Wheel of the present invention is designed to rotate freely with little effort exerted on the part of the human powering the Manmotor of the present invention. As the RPS of the Hydrobalanced Wheel increases and at a specific point in charge by 175. . Sufficient Static Charge (SSC) is accumulated at 176. referring to Fig. 17 , the output ESD at 176. becomes divided after the optimum RPS of the Hydrobalanced Wheel of the present invention is reached. The division of the two voltage supplies is porportionally effected by the RPS of the Hydrobalanced Wheel and all or part of the output in the form of volts ac (Vac) received at 176. can be directed to a rectifier dc electricity (Vdc) and accumulated in a storage system accumulator at voltages between 60 and 90Vdc and allows the storage for the non used portion of the Vac. This stored Vdc is further directed into an oscillator circuit 178. and furthered into a conventional water decomposition coil 179. which effectively decomposes water into gases that are allowed to flow into a mixer conduit tube to blend with the currently produced gas at 179. a gas directed into the intake air port of a hydrogen powered diaphram fluid drive engine of 186. At the optimum RPS of the Hydrobalanced Wheel of the present invention, electrical impulses are used to induce magnetic flux field effects to higher voltage electrical coils 181. that are sealed and enclosed within the vacuum sealed water filled cylinders drawn within the block 181. This effect decomposes water into a gas form which is directed into an oxygen hydrogen filter system 183. and further seperated into container(s) 184. and 185. .
Date Notes : January 24, 2009 Tracking assigned : MM01249H - MM01249I
The ESD system of the present invention would be a really difficult item to write a patent application on that wouldn't be sent back many times for review and or statements to be revised, the claims. Each time you have to answer one of these questions on how your art is different than someone elses, costs you around $2,500.00 bucks toward the prosecution of the patent draft. So the analysis as follows simply recites the fact, that even though the ESD is written within the patent application and as specified to the working characteristics, there will be no claims written on the ESD in the patent application for the present invention Manmotor. As an inventor, if you don't clarify your art and let's say get an invention built that requires electrical monitoring and control systems, fluid drive systems, and mechanical all in one machine like the one we are inventing now it will cost you more than you can afford in the claims, and then it also makes it more likely someone will replicate your invention and due to so many variables involved in claim writing allow someone to patent around your invention. It is better to file a complete seperate patent on each form of art used within your invention and in this case of the Manmotor machine, the hydraulic system, electronic system, and the mechanical system. That's how the big companies do when they make a substantial improvement within many art forms within the machine that developes from the compilation and assembly process for this particular machine of the present invention.
We have to really understand this rule of the USPTO and especially when inventing subject matter for an invention. You will be prevented from collecting royalties on an invention that you cannot prove you have substantial knowledge and or experience within the art form to make a substantial contribution to the art. In an example as this, the block diagram of the electrical system for the present invention is compiled of products that are already built by the specific manufacturer individually and that is their product specialty. In this case Fig. 12 and in specific 183. a common gas concentrator like the ones at the hospital and for example an oxygen concentrator. The companies that have been manufacturing them are good at it and have refined their product to be competetive in the market. There is no possible way that I myself as an inventor could ever make an improvement on their art form, not even if I had the knowledge to do that. There will never be this issue, "unless" your product sells like hotdogs at a ball game, and then be ready to go up against some more money it costs you out of your pocket.
When a patent attorney files for a patent application, each claim you have costs paperwork money and that's not including the patent attorneys time. Now you file for a patent and have an average of 20 claims as I usually draft, weather they are allowed or not makes no difference at this time, it costs you money for each claim. Each claim that has been reviewed and sent back for clarification and or a request for a divisional patent from the first draft also costs you more money. So this subject matter evaluation can and will save you thousands of dollars in patent application and prosecution fees.
Note : MM01249H
Article eight of subject matter shows an electrical energy gathering system previously referred to as ESD system. This system accumulates statically charged particles electrostatically, this is a conventional process used for a century or so however in this application it allows the Manmotor machine to charge up without any outside power source. This is done with a mechanical shaft, the shaft is rotated and the electrostatic accumulator stores them until SSC (sufficient static charge) dicharges into an array of field coils causing a magnetic effect and produces a magnetic flux field (MFF). The MFF begins a process of accmulating Vac and conducted into a transformer (xfmr) coil array furtherd into two one way gates commonly referred to as rectifying diodes. These diodes then direct the arranged particles known as polarized voltage vdc into their respective storage components. As the Vdc build in the circuit the voltage is made present at the frequency controller driving one of the water decomposition cells. These are very common devices also but serve a specific function within the present invention to operate it as claimed, however this is an entirely different art form so it possibly could be divided from the patent application after review by the USPTO.
There are two sources of hydrogen/oxygen generators used within the present invention, one form uses Vdc and the other from ESD from oscillating AC at a high potential. Both rely on the mechanical process of the Hydrobalanced Wheel while rotating at it's optimum RPS and yields useable electricity, stored voltage, hydrogen and oxygen operated by a human being.
The advantage of writing this in detail and writing claims about an entirely different art form within the present invention, even though each claim costs you around 300 bucks in filing fees, you still have to write it and also your patent attorney has to clean it up and this is what can cost $2,500.00 bucks each. By filing the claims within the inventive subject matter and written within the patent application it could be possible to get a letter from the USPTO allowing you to divide the patents, for example with the present invention and the patent application written upon all subject matter claimable, I would pay one filing fee and then end up with possibly three patents for the original price of one.