Technology – Nano Crystal Electricity and Graphene super capacitor battery by Fisker

By fair, January 13, 2018

Nano Crystal Electricity Technology touted by Michael Robinson/ Money Morning. Pending FCC approval? What company is the tout?
Also, Fisker Nanotech/ Fisker Battery/ Fisker Inc., Intoducing new Battery with graphene super capacitors that” will charge 1 minute for 4-500 miles usage.

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I am amazed that Robinson suggests that we can get multi- maybe kilowatts from small RF receivers….what is the tiny company?

Doug Manser
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The company name is Erogenous (WATT) There is also a company out of Boston doing wireless electricity with Magnetics

J Whelchel
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The correct name is ENERGOUS not erogenous which has a quite different meaning. LOL!

Brett Fogle
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I’m keeping an eye on http://www.Ubeam.com which is doing something similar.

Julie
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Brett, I couldn’t get a Symbol on Chas. Schwab…did you find one? It looks like a good company..

Kevin
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So nobody knows who this mysterious company is?

Angel Glisan
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Kevin, if you find out the name of this company can you share? angelwreath@cox.net. Motley Fool I belong 2, but they still are asking for additional money to get another monthly newsletter that will tell me some names. I don’t want to spend and waste another dime, only to find out you have to pay more and more. Thanks, Angel

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James
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I am with you Kevin. I am sick of all the hype and no one telling!

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I was a Nova-X subscriber for a little while, then cancelled and got my money back. But, somewhere along the way, in my notes, I have Energous Corp (WATT). “I believe” that they’re going for approval, or have been approved for a 3ft range as a first step and then going for another approval at a later date for a much longer range, like either across a room or maybe the whole house. If you do a symbol check, the stock has not spiked yet, so if this is all in all true and it’s going to change the way… Read more »
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Fid
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Energous Corp. (Nasdaq: WATT) It is from California

David
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WATT

Doug Manser
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company name is Erogenous. $19.95 a share on Friday close

Dom
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PPG Working with university for a lighter battery casting grafiete & smaller & twice the distance of a regular (400 miles) electric battery (800 + miles on one charge

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LadyBee43
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It is NOT Erogenous – it is ENERGOUS and the symbol as stated above is WATT. It went up to $20+ but is now back down to $17+.

backoffice
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I believe it’s Energous.

backoffice
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It looks like it’s in the Venture Capital stage.

Newbie
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It does seem to be WATT, based upon the recent FCC approval, and the number of patents issued.

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Natural Nano (NAND) A Rochester ,NY company used nanocites derived from the earth. Each nanocites has an cellular adhesion charteristic which can carry other cells cancer fighting cells programed(chemically) to adhere to cancer cells, thereby releasing its cargo which kills the cancer. They teamed up with an Boston Biotech and Cornell .NAND also merged with a French cosmetic Co. and Auto affiliated company which paints plastic auto parts. Again, the nanocites adhesion characteristics made the bonding of paint to plastic durable and long lasting. Nanocites can be put into or be crystallized to transmit energy.because of adhesive traits. The whole… Read more »
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awasserm
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I looked at a few companies that came up from this: Energous (WATT), uBeam, and WiTricity. WiTricity is based on resonant tuned coils, but their home page came up 404. uBeam is based on using ultrasound to transmit power, which requires line of site for transmission. WATT seems the most promising, developing serious technologies and getting the patents. They got their FCC approval end of December which is why the price spiked to 32, but it just dropped to 16. I feel good about this company, definitely worth a small amount of money. I found this Seeking Alpha article which… Read more »
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We are photonic and electric machines. Although it is a forbidden topic in modern science, the unit for induced magnetic field, Henry, is named after an American physiologist, who used EM fields to treat people. Nicola Tesla measured the human response to electro-magnetic field and figured out that 120Hz would be the least dangerous. Capacitances were not that good, so he had used a lower harmonics, 60 Hz. At 70 Hz the cell division is slowed down. It was a research topic, to find a way to slow down only the cancer cells’ fission. To my knowledge it is unsuccessful… Read more »
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J.E
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Nanocyrstal energy via super high frequency range transmission of power to devices. Ticker symbol: MICT

zip19709
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This is probably an over hyped technology that is being touted as being able to do stuff that physics says that it can’t. I.E., perpetual motion like.

bob
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yes the tiny company got the first wireless charger. good job But wate apple just got approved for two types of the same thing cordless charger.

Don Cowles
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Angel had it right. Pay pay pay and u still won’t get a name

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jan
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I joined Paul mamphilly’s run buy I think Banaan to get the name of this stock that is going to make you rich . That’s all he talked about in the video so I joined and did not get it I called a month later and asked them why I never received it . They said I had to join the next step up, costing more money. I cancelled the membership. I bought Motely fool next and the same thing happened again with need for more money.

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Arialbomb
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Did the same thing. Was a Paul Mamphilly subscriber and a Nova-X subscriber for a little while before I cancelled and got my money back from both. I think it was the Nova-X that actually did give the name. It’s Energous Corp (WATT). The thing is, is that these subscriptions are always trying to sell more and more subscriptions to make a larger amount of money for a higher price and non-stop emails about it. I had had enough of that BS and just cancelled. Good Luck.

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anna
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The company name that Michael Robinson recommends is
Energous (WATT)

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Aubrey g.
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There’s a lot going on in this field but Nano electricity will never run a 50 hp or larger eletric motor . If it would it would shock anyone close by

Arialbomb
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Anyone know how this works and the future of what they’re saying about running cars on this technology? From what I understand, the nanocrystal technology uses Radio Frequency to energize your electrical powered device. On a small scale, I could see how this works. But, on a larger scale, like driving your car across miles of roadway, how would that be possible. I could maybe see receiving an RF signal from anywhere where there is a radio signal, but not to the point of it being strong enough to provide enough power for your car. And if they plan on… Read more »
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Maggie
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Being a senior female I just wonder if there would be strong enough signal deep in the mountains to drive my car. I know years of proven gasoline motors are reliable, and I would not have to be concerned about worn out battery disposal from a new nano electric technology. Has anybody figured out where to trash the large used up batteries?
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John
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That will be a game changer for electric car batteries!

Anthony
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I am an electrical engineer and I can see how the technology can be used on cell phones but not on electric cars. The amount of energy that could be applied to a car based upon its size would not even supply 1% of freeway requirements.

Bob
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So, is this a good investment or a big dud???

backoffice
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so what will happen now when you call up with the problem ” It won’t turn on” they can no longer ask you “Is it plugged in?”

Gary Kirouac
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You would have to have a stack or gain stage design similar to a standard Class AB amplifier. The pre=amp concept would be the Nano Crystal generator then each stage MAY be powered from the previous stage. The last stage output would be your basic usable power. Here again I’m not addressing the wireless power part of this technology but rather the basic principle amplification stages….

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