Standard Alternator/Generator vs. Intelligent Technology Power Generator
In a normal alternator, as a magnetic field approaches a conductor/coil, the magnetic field induces a voltage in the coil as the strength of the magnetic field increases. As long as the magnetic field strength increases or decreases, an emf will be developed in the coil. As the emf develops in the coil, the output of the coil is also attached to a load. The induced electric current is allowed to flow from the coil to the load. As a side effect, a counter magnetic field is developed from the electric current flow in the coil. It is a magnetic field of the same polarization and in proportional strength to the field which induced the emf in the coil. Since the magnetic field that was applied to the coil is in motion, in order to create a strengthening and then decreasing magnetic field strength in the coil, the counter magnetic field from the power generation coil will apply a force against the moving magnetic field that passes near by. First the magnetic field leaves the source magnet, and then enters the power generation coil, resulting in induced electric current flow in the coil. The power generation coil then exerts a counter magnetic force (that is the same magnetic polarity) against the moving magnetic source. This is magnetic drag repulsion that occurs within a normal generator. (Lenz law).
The ITPG's design reduces this magnetic drag effect on the magnetic source that is in motion, thereby improving overall efficiency.