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Lutec 1000

Claims generator that will produce up to 1000 watts of DC electricity twenty four hours a day, every day, which will be stored in a battery bank and then inverted to AC power and connected directly into the home or business.

Page Contents:
Official Website Independent Coverage Negative Results Reports Intellectual Ownership Controversy See also Contact

See also: Lutec - publicly editable directory at PESWiki

This index is not officially associated with Lutec 1000 and is for coverage purposes only.  All substantial reports for or against will be considered for posting.


  • Lutec Demo Video Alleges Over Unity - Video shows 4.25 Watts rectified DC going into the spinning device, which meanwhile is producing 15.4 Watts AC, for an efficiency of 362%. (PESN; Sept. 10, 2005)
  • Lutec 1000 Evades Holy Grail - Progress report on the Australian company that has claimed for years to have a commercially ready free energy device. (PESN; June 24, 2005)
  • Nov. 19, 2003 - first update since March. "Final design, construction, testing and satisfying regulatory authorities could take one to two years. Everything hinges on our completing the prototype to the degree required, after which things will move very quickly."


Lutec 1000 Official Website

  • - home page "The first free energy machine to be developed to commercial stage anywhere in the world."
    • Updates - expecting unit to be on display in next couple of months or so; patents allowed in USA & Singapore; negotiations underway with U.S. company for global rights. (Mar 4, 2003)
    • How it Works - permanent magnets ...
    • Skeptics
    • Patents
    • FAQ
    • Opportunities - Wanted: Electricians from all over Australia!
    • Pictures


Independent Coverage

Thanks to Google


Negative Result Reports

Engineers Reporting Negative Results:
Rosenthal and Cole
Ian Bryce


Rosenthal and Cole

Report by Sterling D. Allan
March 8, 2003

Engineers, Walt Rosenthal and Parke Cole were invited to measure the Lutec1000 in January 2001.  Their measurements showed results showed 28% efficiency.  The exchange was amendable, despite the negative test results.  Rosenthal stated, "I walked them through the calculations carefully so they would understand, but they didn't want to believe the results."  Test entailed a dynamometer measuring output the motor, powering with power supply from wall producing DC volts, optical shaft encoder on end of shaft to measure rpm.  Results showed 50 Watts power going in and 14 Watts equivalent of mechanical power coming out.

After receiving the above synopsis, Walt Rosenthal added the following:

Report by Walt Rosenthal
(recorded March 8, 2003)

The inventors would start with fully charged batteries for the demonstration. They assumed that the battery terminal voltage would decrease linearly as the battery was used. So, after using the battery for, say, 30 minutes, they would again measure the battery terminal voltage, and subtract this value from the start voltage, then multiply that difference voltage times the known amp-hour capacity of the battery bank, to come up with their assumption of the total energy consumed from the battery bank. Unfortunately, battery terminal voltage is almost flat for perhaps 90 percent of the battery capacity, before it drops off rather steeply for the last 10 percent of it's capacity. Parke Cole and I tried to explain this to the inventors. I am not sure we succeeded. We were about the 15th group of people to show up on their door step after they went public. We were the first people to bring our own test equipment. The inventors said that the first people to show up were the Russian Mafia. Our bottom line was 50 watts of DC power input, which resulted in 14 watts of rotary mechanical power output. I hope the inventors have improved their device from where we tested it so that it now matches their statements of it's performance.

Follow-up Comment from Walt

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, March 15, 2003 10:08 PM
Subject: Energy Wise 1000 mentioned at

Sterling:  The pictures of the Lutec 1000 show that the inventors have added a second unit apparently driven by the motor and in line with the motor since Parke and I tested it.




Sent: Sunday, March 09, 2003 7:23 AM
Subject: Re: [FE-OU-FraudVictims] Lutek 1000 only 28% efficient according to Rosenthal, 2001 independent measurement

Thanks for that update. It seems evident that although electro-magnets require energy input to "turn on", permanent magnets require energy input to "turn off"! The example given on their Website - the permanent magnet and electro-magnet supporting a weight from a steel beam - should demonstrate this principle. i.e., Energy must be inputted to the electro-magnet in order to overcome the weight. Although no external energy is required for the permanent magnet to support the weight, energy must be supplied to OVERCOME the magnet and cause the weight to fall...thereby producing useful energy. In other words, the permanent magnet is producing zero energy while supporting the weight.  
Scott MacGregor
9 South St
Plainville, MA 02762
Voice 508-695-3717
Fax 508-643-0233


From: bruce meland
Sent: Tuesday, March 11, 2003 3:52 PM
Subject: Re: Lutek 1000 only 28% efficient according to Rosenthal, 2001 independent measurement

Hi Sterling I believe the measurements were taken before they had it perfected. there was also a question of their meter. Ask John and Lou for comments.   Bruce   

Ian Bryce


Intellectual Ownership Controversy

----- Original Message -----
From:  ***
Sent: Wednesday, January 29, 2003 7:51 AM
Subject: lutec 1000

[...] Could you please do a feature on the Lutec 1000 found at there is nothing about it in the nuenergy search archive its probably another false hope, and the Adam's motor people are claiming the Lutec is stolen from them.  With this claim and international patents protecting this seemingly soon to be produced generator which has swindled no investors . . . . could this be the real thing?...

(This index page you are now at came as a result of the above inquiry.)

Claim that Lutec 1000 was Lifted from Adams

July 17, 2002 Report by Alternative Energy Institute:

According to a recent article published by an Australian newspaper, two Australian inventors have developed the world's "first commercial machine which can power a house from a clean, green virtually free energy source." The story has been posted on the Aethmogen Technologies: New Energy Scientists website "for those interested in the subject of reverse engineering, plagiarism, and stolen intellectual and other property." In response to the anticipated production of the "Lutec 1000 Motor/Generator," noted Australian inventor Dr. Robert Adams reports background details to enforce his argument that this magnetic motor cannot be patented. Adam's writes, "This invention, which is mine, was granted a British Patent in 1996 along with Dr. Harold Aspden of the United Kingdom (IBM's Patent Director for 19 years), was placed in the public domain by international publication in Nexus Magazine and according to International Patent law, thenceforth becomes unpatentable!" Learn more about this unfolding drama from Down Under.  



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Page created by Sterling D. Allan March 8, 2003
Last updated October 14, 2007



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