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Developing Product Prototypes

PEMF Microcontroller for Batteries

Magneto is prototyping a pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) device to support our customers and partners power systems. Our affordable, lightweight and low power microcontroller holds potential to: 

  • Mitigate defects, electrostatic discharge and surface charging

  • Support exciton hole pair dissociation, electrode kinetics & transport

  • Increase domain alignment with high kA/m saturation ratio

  • Improve batteries and solar cell performance by 50%+

Hardware integration and advising

Magneto plans to design, build, tests, and launch of MagSat-2 for first on orbit demo in 2024. EM customized microcontroller and software modelling results are available for larger spacecraft and satellites upon request. Models predict subystems performance and interactions with electromagnetic fields to optimize payload designs. 


Modelling and Analysis of NNMF & EM Fields

After building and modelling two prototypes of  HelmHoltz (HH) coils to cancel out the Earth's magnetic field, Magneto is modelling 3D point cloud vectors with MagPy Lib and conducting experiments and tests in the 2nd gen 12V 27kg HH coils with larger test bed in San Francisco Lab. With 3-5mG high field uniformity and plant growth in simulated NNMF, our team Magneto is offering free testing under simulated hypomagnetic field (sHMF) biological effects on cells, plants, bacteria, and materials of interest.

Prototyping Electromagnetic Devices & Wearables

EM fields induces vibrations on surface of cell's plasma membrane, ion gated channels & proteins, and transmit ions across cell membranes (Panagopoulos, et al, 2002)​.

In expanding upon NASA's effort on PEMF in 2000s and helping analyse biomedical data, Magneto is designing and building  low cost electromagnetism prototypes.

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