SOURCE: Legends Business Group, Inc.
MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - February 07, 2013) - Legends Business Group (PINKSHEETS: LGBS), today announced the completion of the performance testing on the Multi-Function Charger Controller (MFCC). Resonance Group, the same facility who tested the Restorer Charger (RC), has compiled the MFCC performance testing results.
The Multi-Function Charger Controller's performance test was to verify the claim that the longer you use the MFCC, the more energy can be stored in the battery, that the battery will sit at a higher resting voltage, and the end result is a longer battery life.
The MFCC performance test consisted of a monitoring computer, two computer-controlled oscilloscopes, and sensors which enable the system to measure the input power from the wall outlet as well as output power going from the charger to the batteries. Through the computer software, the charger's input power, output power, efficiency, and total Watt-hour usage are recorded and analyzed. An electronically controlled relay board is connected to the initial testing computer, which allows it to automatically activate and deactivate the charger, turning on a large solenoid valve, which connects a bank of large power resistors to the batteries to discharge them. While the batteries are charging and discharging, the input and output power is monitored and recorded to data files for later analysis.
Based on the results of the testing performed by Resonance Group, their data shows that the instantaneous input power of a standard DC golf cart charger, at the start of the charge cycle, was 755 W. While the MFCC pulse charger consumed 113 W, which makes the MFCC approximately 85% more efficient than a standard DC golf cart charger. Legends will post Resonance Group's, final testing results for the Multi-Function Charger Controller on the website shortly. Please Visit: http://www.legendspower.com/current_projects.php
"The performance results from the MFCC testing were met and even exceeded our expectations," said Rudy Sablon, LGBS's President and CEO. "With independent testing completed on both products in the Zombie Chargers line, we have high hopes our customers will feel confident in the performance of our products." The MFCC is available for pre order on the zombie charger website http://www.zombiechargers.com
One of Legends new undertakings is overall transparency to its shareholders; visit our website under current projects to find updates on the MFCC. Visit: http://www.legendspower.com/current_projects.php
About Legends Business Group
Legends Business Group, Inc., was incorporated in March 2006, and is a publicly traded company. The company has recently refocused its purpose and has moved itself into the alternative and exotic energy marketplace. For more information please visit: http://www.legendspower.com
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