How to use the APRAN voltage stabilizers
The APRANTA voltage stabilizing technology is based on a patented method.
It uses a combination of three principles: The energy from the magnetic field is absorbed in a device that allows it to absorb an electrical charge, which is then stored in a battery and used to generate an electric current.
The device can then be used to stabilize the magnetic fields of the surrounding magnetic field.
The device has been used successfully in the field of nuclear reactors and power generation plants.
The APRANTA system has been developed by APRANS leader, Dr. Alexander Lien, a professor at the University of Oxford.
He says the APRANTAs patented magnetic field stabilizers can be used in an array of applications from nuclear power generation to power generation of satellites.
Dr. Lien said APRANN’s devices have been used for nuclear power plants to stabilize magnetic fields in a turbine, which helps them operate at lower temperatures and reduce the risk of runaway.
APRANCAN is also being used in nuclear power plant control systems to control and regulate the power flow to the generators.APRANTAs products have been tested in laboratories, including one at the German Federal Institute of Technology.
Dr. Lian said that when the APRAM system is applied to a turbine with a specific magnetic field, it stabilizes the magnetic lines and prevents them from breaking.
APRAMs are also used to control the speed of the turbine’s output shaft and to regulate the flow of the electricity through the generator.APRAMs have also been used to lower the magnetic flux of a semiconductor crystal.
A semiconductor can be turned into a crystal when a magnetic field changes and that change is reflected back to the crystal, where the magnetic energy is absorbed by the crystal.
APRAAN’s magnetic stabilizers also work well in a solar cell, Dr Lien explained.
APRIAN has also been tested to stabilize an array with an electric field of up to 6.3 gauss, he said.