Introducing the Incharge™, a patented, compact magnetic-based energy source that not only produces energy but charges itself.
Online PR News – 27-March-2019 – Palm Beach, Florida – "We have the only solution to batteries running out of energy, and we don't have to depend on an outlet to recharge our weak batteries." (E. W. Letiziano, Signet CEO)
"We have to endure many limitations in our lives. Moreover, the frustrations to overcome these limitations continue. Imagine, not to be burdened with the trivial task of charging a cell phone or even an electric automobile. Our invention, which we call the InCharge™, will allow you to junk the charger, and not finding yourself sitting on the terminal floor next to an electrical outlet—in your nice suit. We have the only solution to batteries running out of energy, and we don't have to depend on an outlet to recharge our weak batteries. InCharge™ allows us independence. The possibilities for such a battery are endless. This is a new type of battery, not an attachment. It is a new-patented devise, totally revolutionary. It produces energy, it recharges virtually instantly, it offers a large number of cycles, a long storage time and it is smaller in size. We will actually replace the slow rechargeable batteries." These are the words of Ernest W. Letiziano, CEO of Signet International Holdings, Inc. (SEC, OTC:SIGN)
"This is what 'revolutionary' is! An invention is without parallel; it cannot be compared with anything on the market; what is faster than instant?" Signet's President, Thomas Donaldson, added. "We are extremely pleased and excited to introduce this truly incredible new nano-magnetic technology to the market. It will render practically all previous energy storage devices passÃ©. Any device that requires what we refer to today as a 'battery' will never be the same again! Think of it—instant recharge, longer lasting, smaller and lighter, and it can be used by anything that requires a battery as a power source."
"The goal of [our] invention is to replace today's chemical-based batteries, which are slow to recharge, with their new solution for energy storage," said Dr. Sakhrat Khizroev, co-inventor of the InCharge™. "The next step is to develop a prototype with a company that wants to use the technology for its devices. That could take a few months, or longer."
"The main idea of the innovation is to use magnetic energy as a source of energy," Dr. Khizroev said. "If your battery loses magnetic energy, you can re-magnetize them in a fraction of a second." The energy can be transferred wirelessly. Today's chemistry-based batteries use an external energy source, like a charger, which transfers its charge to the device through a series of chemical reactions that takes minutes to hours. "Tesla's an example of a technology that can be improved with our magnetic batteries," Dr. Khizroev said. "Today's batteries use an external energy source, like a charger, which transfers its charge to the device through a series of chemical reactions that takes minutes to hours…" With this technology …"we can do much better than that. There are no fundamental limits." *
*Edited in part by Emon Reiser- Digital Producer, South Florida Business Journal. July 6, 2018.
Signet International Holdings, Inc.
Palm Beach, Florida USA 561-832-2000