FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: Is your technology a new type of battery?
our technology consists of energy pulse circuitry that
optimizes or manages the way a device allocates the energy
from its energy source. InteliPulse is a battery management
technology, not a battery.
Q: In what
types of appliances or devices does your technology work?
technology works in any type of portable appliance or
Q: Does this
circuitry work in appliances that use very high amounts of
energy like clothing dryers?
P²’s Technology is ideally suited for
appliances that have very high energy requirements. Our
circuitry can withstand extremely high loads.
Q: How do I
determine the benefit of your technology on my products?
Technologies owns a lab facility where our engineers work to
determine the “before and after” by incorporating our
circuitry into our customers’ appliances. Our lab engineers
will work with you to achieve the optimal circuit
configuration and end results for your products.
Q: What type of
run-time improvement can I expect from your technology in my
run-time improvement varies from product to product. Some
appliances are already very efficient in their use of
energy, which means that our technology might improve the
run-time only slightly. On the other hand, some types of
appliances, like those that generate heat, are very
inefficient and benefit considerably from our technology.
The larger the electrical motor and the larger the
mass and the higher the inertia will equal
larger amounts of energy saved.
Once we determine the
benefit of P²’s
our products, how do we do business together?
Technologies is an
intellectual property licensing company. As such, we
work with our customers to incorporate our circuitry into
their product designs. We sign license agreements with
our customers and earn a royalty on the products they sell
that use our technology.
How big is the circuitry?
Will it fit into a very small appliance?
A: Our circuitry can be miniaturized
to a single chip and added to an existing circuit board.
If size is not a significant issue, the circuit can be built
using separate discrete components and placed on a larger