Most solar powered devices run off of a battery of energy storage cells rather than taking electricity directly from the solar panel. The solar panel recharges the battery and the solar powered device runs directly from the battery. Yet, my design requires so little power that I can get away with eliminating all batteries! Instead, I take electricity directly from a micro mini, solar panel powering a high frequency, sine wave generator at a cost derived from the ambient lighting surrounding this device.
Since I run off of inspiration, I haven't had much to say concerning Tesla's Pierce-Arrow until now (see the following paragraphs). But I've been busy writing a book on a motorized transformer - as well as translating it into Spanish to help with my grammar and presentation.
Byron Brubaker is a cool guy. Trained as an electrical engineer, confidant to Joseph Newman, and going by the moniker of MX6Maximus on YouTube and Facebook, has given me a few gems of electrical wisdom during our conversations. He deserves credit for his achievements and contribution to our knowledge. I owe him a lot of credit for inspiring and educating me on some of the finer points of electrodynamics.
Someone over at Quora asked a question. He wanted to know how many watts does it take to satisfy an electric motor of an EV. I tried to explain to him that, from my point of view, he's asking the wrong question.
So, I'll ask you the same question I rhetorically asked him, "How much power do you want?"
It's all about boosting a tiny input via the fractionation of electricity into its constituent ingredients of its two types of reactances, capacitive and inductive, plus time.
While it's in this state of fractionation, it can easily be manipulated by manipulating time.
In other words, by inverting the polarity of its voltage, its current has no choice but to proceed towards areas of high voltage rather than move away from them, thus, increasing voltage differences rather than equalizing them. This accentuates current as well and, thus, feedsback to continue the escalation of voltage in a never-ending spiral if not for a spark gap which momentarily halts this escalation and collapses this amplification almost to zero by reverting the voltage polarity back to normal: in phase with the current. This is one-half of my circuit.
The second half constitutes the load side. Here is located a plunger coil devoted to reciprocating a rod attached to a diaphragm vibrating a vessel of fluid. This coil is assisted by a sparking connection similar to a magneto-dynamo dating back to the earlier days of cars in the 1940s. These sparks negate the normal behavior of a coil into that of a capacitor in which current leads voltage. If I want normal behavior, then either a parallel capacitor, or else parallel capacitance inside the coil, will revert it to normalcy.
The vessel of fluid (water, perhaps?) will want to stay in one place and merely vibrate at a frequency much too high for rotating a drive shaft.
Here is where we get to use two of Tesla's inventions to solve this part of the overall problem: his valvular conduit and his bladeless turbine.