Foam Battery
Silica Foam UltraCapacitor Charge Keeper Battery
The Silica Foam UC Charge Keeper holds a voltage by charging and insulating
different layered potentials so that electrons and protons cannot escape the
structure's walls without an alternating DC voltage being applied to its two bases.

One base voltage controls the output's voltage and current level,
matching impedance with the charging source, and turns the positive anode on or off.
The other base voltage puts the Keeper in a charge or discharge/load mode and
also turns the negative cathode on or off.

The internal charge is a cumulative static state within the lightweight,
non-conducting silica foam  medium. If a negative charge is applied to one layer
of the one-sided foam layer and a positive charge is applied to the other
unilateral foam layer, and a "breakover" AC voltage is applied to that,
a stationary static charge occurs within the middle layer of silica foam
without altering the actual chemical state of the fibers.

When the energy retaining and non-self-discharging technology is used
with the device, nothing allows leakage of energy within the Keeper
unless an alternating DC voltage is once more applied to the
two bases of its internal transistors. The corresponding levels of applied
voltages determine the exact release of  energy, therefore matching
the Keeper's output to almost any existing battery system. More elaborate
existing circuitry can be built into the Keeper to produce
clean DC or pure sine wave AC and DC outputs.

The Keeper is able to contain extremely large voltages, depending
on the insulating properties, the size and the quality of transistors used.
The Keeper is the ideal power source for electric cars, as well as many
other systems requiring lightweight batteries.
Here are the basic characteristics of the Keeper:

1) It has a very high "cell" voltage.

2) The discharge voltage curve and consistency is determined precisely by the
    applied base voltage.

3) The base voltage also determines the stability of the output.

4) The Keeper's circuitry, once adequately compensated for, will operate efficiently
    at almost any temperature.

5) It has a very high energy density or ratio of capacity to weight or Keeper size.

6) Leakage will be completely prevented by same-potential layering, negative
    charge forcing, and by the lightweight non-conducting insulators.

7) The Keeper is very safe, given its voltage and heat insulating properties
    (same a space shuttle shielding); also has integrated self-discharge
    emergency release circuitry.

8) The Keeper will not release any gases since it is a "non-chemical"
    ultra-capacitor power device.

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