Be-Rex's innovative STaR architecture opens up exciting possibilities for designing a new generation of highly compact products, including turbines, pumps, and aggregates. Each product line is described in increasing complexity.
Be-Rex's turbine is the 'least complex' application of the new STaR architecture. Air or fluid pressure causes the mechanism to rotate, and energy can be generated through the built-in magnets and coils functioning as a dynamo. This turbine produces direct current, making it ideal for charging batteries directly.
Additional applications include:
Using electricity to power a machine based on the STaR architecture creates a pump capable of moving gases or liquids. Compared to the turbine, it requires additional electronics to control the coils and force rotation. Be-Rex prefers using direct current for the electric drive, enabling direct drive via accumulators or batteries.
Be-Rex's STaR architecture can be used as internal combustion engine. The magnets and coils are used to start the engine and also as a dynamo, to generate electric power. The result is a compact Be-Rex generator that is half the size and weight of traditional generators.
For a more in-depth technical explanation, visit the 'Patented architecture' page.