The E-Cat motor manufacturing plant is under construction and the robotics need to make it a fully automated operation is well underway. Recently Rossi hosted an E-Cat motor demonstration in the U.S. which was deemed a success. It did not go unnoticed that there were no energy level measurement tests but Rossi explained that the demo did not need it since it serve a more commercial purpose and promised to execute these test during the demonstrations to follow.
The cold fusion device could operate on an ‘on demand bases since the fusor device having a long warm up time? The Inventor said that the E-Cat for home use can work on demand if a bypass was integrated but could always provide full power on the spot since it would already run on lower power levels all day long. The maximum electricity consumption rate of the e-cat motor is at 2.7 kW but the average is estimated to be at around 1.2 kW. It is estimated that if the E-Cat would be running for the whole day or 24 hours, the consumption should be around 1.2 times 24 in order to get the average.
Some might want to hold off on buying the first e-cat motor model since later versions are for sure improved and may have better features. The price tag for one domestic Rossi e-cat motor is estimated to be between 600 to 900$ and the hydro fusion cartridges cost tens of dollars but then again they only need to be replaced every six months depending on the usage of the 10kW e-cat motor. Other effects the E-Cat motor could have is that the gas and oil prices might sink dramatically once the LENR technology is in full swing. We need remember that Leonardo Corporation’s competitors are all working to get their version of the E-Cat motor in the market as well.