QM Power was selected for a $1 million Phase II S…

QM Power was selected for a $1 million Phase II SBIR grant from the US Army entitled “3kW High Performance Alternator without Rare Earth Content”. Following on the success from its Phase I efforts, QM Power will continue to evaluate non-rare earth magnetic alternatives and analyze QM Powers Parallel Path Magnetic Technology in 3kW genset applications.

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QM Power Joins WEMPEC

QM Power has joined the Wisconsin Electric Machines and Power Electronics Consortium (WEMPEC).  The company looks forward to working with the world class faculty, students and other sponsors in pursuing market leading solutions for electric motors, generators and actuators.

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QM Power was awarded the first phase of a $750,000…

QM Power was awarded the first phase of a $750,000 SBIR Phase II grant from the US Navy for “Advanced Lightweight Scalable Marine Generators for Combatant Crafts”.  A six month $70,000 extension option on its Phase I contract was also recently awarded. QM Power Q-Gen™ technology has higher power density, efficiency and reliability characteristics and increases

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N.Y. Times – A Push to Make Motors With Fewer Rare Earths

Jim Witkin. “A Push to Make Motors With Fewer Rare Earths”. The New York Times. April 20, 2012. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/22/automobiles/a-push-to-make-motors-with-fewer-rare-earths.html?_r=2&pagewanted=all& QM Power, based in Lee’s Summit, Mo., has designed a motor using what it calls Parallel Path Magnetic Technology. “Changing the orientation of the magnets allows us to couple the power from multiple magnets and create

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QM Power was awarded a $500,000 SBIR Phase II gran…

QM Power was awarded a $500,000 SBIR Phase II grant from the National Science Foundation for “Advanced Portable Power Generators”. While several companies are competing to improve the chemistry, life and safety of existing and prospective rechargeable battery technologies, there are few technology efforts focused on improving the devices responsible for recharging the batteries, particularly

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QM Power was selected for a $3.7 million ARPA-E aw…

QM Power was selected for a $3.7 million ARPA-E award from the Department of Energy to develop high power density and high efficiency electric motor solutions without rare earth magnets for electric vehicles http://arpa-e.energy.gov/media/news/tabid/83/vw/1/itemid/39/department-of-energy-awards-%24156-million-for-groundbreaking-energy-research-projects.aspx.  This highly competitive award further validates QM Power’s enabling technologies among the world’s leading subject matter experts.  More importantly, by teaming

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QM Power was selected for a $100K Phase I SBIR gra…

QM Power was selected for a $100K Phase I SBIR grant from the US Army entitled “3kW High Performance Alternator without Rare Earth Content”.  QM Power will evaluate non-rare earth magnetic alternatives and analyze QM Powers Parallel Path Magnetic Technology and QSR (Switched Relutance) Technology in 3kW genset applications.

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QM Power was awarded a $150,000 SBIR Phase I grant…

QM Power was awarded a $150,000 SBIR Phase I grant from the Department of Energy for “High Efficiency Commercial Refrigeration Motors”.  This project will further develop and optimize QM Powers innovative and patent pending Q-Sync technology for use in commercial refrigeration applications.  While many commercial refrigeration applications are using shaded pole alternatives at 19% efficiency,

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QM Power featured in Control Engineering

Dan Jones. “Advanced motor design: New Motors Reach New Applications”. Control Engineering. February 9, 2011. http://www.controleng.com/single-article/advanced-motor-design-new-motors-reach-new-applications/091900ae47.html QM Power is the best example of a combination of motor technologies. The new QM Power Parallel Path Magnetic Technology (PPMT) combines VR and PM technology. There are two flux patterns developed and sharing the same motor magnetic elements, one

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QM Power was awarded $730K Phase II and $50K Phase…

QM Power was awarded $730K Phase II and $50K Phase I Option SBIR grants from the US Army entitled “Improved Robot Actuator Motors for Medical Applications”.  QM Power will demonstrate and analyze QM Powers Parallel Path Magnetic Technology and higher force linear actuation performance capabilities in robotic medical applications with Vecna and the University of Missouri – Kansas City.

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