Phosphor-photovoltaic charger – battery
Although it is a dream of mankind, perpetual energy sources may not be so unattainable. It is assumed that there would be already be devices capable of maintaining their functioning state without any outside intervention, but these are strictly secret.
I propose an imagination test: it is an assembly composed of optical and electronic components that I have been thinking about for some time - Phosphor-photovoltaic charger.
The theory behind this device is the parallel connection of electronic components. I have attached a drawing to give you an impression of what it is.
I will give a brief description of how such a device might work.
The basic idea lies precisely in the definition of electric current, that is, the movement of electrons through a conducting environment (that must be an ordered movement). I have thought of a way of perpetually moving the electrons through an electronic circuit so that some components will be useful (see LED1 in the drawing).
The supercapacitor or the battery (rechargeable) are previously charged and connected to the circuit, LED 2 is located between a photovoltaic cell and a phosphorescent plate. LED 2 illuminates both the surface of the photovoltaic cell and the phosphorescent plate which in turn transmits the absorbed light to the surface of the photovoltaic cell. Due to the fact that photons emitted by the phosphorescence surface have a lower energy, they are not reflected from the surface of the photovoltaic cell, they are absorbed entirely. The supercapacitor, can be replaced with a rechargeable battery that will permanently recharge itself thus, ensuring a longer service life of the entire circuit, including the operating time of the LED 1.
Here gentlemen we have a light source that will persist for a longer period of time than if it were a simple system consisting of a battery and an LED.