Magnetoelectric generators MEG-NS are designed to convert mechanical energy from the thrust engine into three-phase AC electrical power due to the phenomenon of electromagnetic induction. During rotation of the rotor, fixed with permanent magnets, a rotating field is created. The magnetic flux generated by the rotor passes through the stator, where the primary windings are situated. According to the law of electromagnetic induction, electrical voltage is induced in the conductors of the stator winding. As a result, a sinusoidal voltage is generated at the output of each phase of the three-phase windings with a frequency and level proportional to the rotor speed.
MEG-NS generates electricity of a three-phase alternating current of unstable level and frequency in the operating range of rotational speeds.
MEG-NS can be installed onto the thrust engine of the aircraft, engine nacelle or in a pressured or unpressurized compartment of a fuselage or a wing. The placement on board is determined by the layout of the aircraft.