Critical Needs

All electronic devices waste energy. Inefficient transformers and “power supplies” lose 5 to 20 percent of the input electricity when they convert AC to DC (and AC to AC) causing heat.

When power leaves a transformer to run an electronic device, it meets resistance in the circuit and turns into heat. That does not happen with the Veactor, because it provides a second pathway for the power to reflect back into its magnetic flux pool. No heat is created. The saved power is available for use by the electronic device. No energy is wasted. The load determines the power delivered.

The Veactor revolutionizes the 100-year-old transformer with its breakthrough technology. The Veactor™ upgrades the aged transformer into a new type of transformer with magnetic regulation and rectification of AC and DC without circuitry.

Data centers such as Amazon AWS or Microsoft Azure have much to gain from this technology as each mounted server will emit less heat, and more importantly, draw less power from a Veactor™ power supply. 

The technology has been 3rd party lab tested and indicated up to 70 percent power savings per server at full load against the most efficient power supplies available at the time of testing.

Data centers utilizing Veactors™ will become data centers that deliver a new star of energy efficiency, and in turn, allow for higher server density which will drive site growth and profits.

Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) should be a top concern for mission critical data centers or for the military, for example.

Veactor™ technology is variable ratio energy transformation.  To protect against EMP, the Veactor's figure-8 dual magnetic path resists electromagnetic interference through a process known in physics called "destructive interference" which cancels out excess waves that can overload electronics. The net effect provides "hardware-smart", balanced current and EMP protection.

The Veactor technology has far reaching implications:

  • Reduce energy consumption from our power grids to consumer electronics.
  • Increase the safety of our power grids and consumer electronics. 
  • Preempt potential national security threats to our power grids and electronics.