article Axios — Chromium has released the latest version of its chromium-powered electron-generating magnet.
It’s called the Na, which is the company’s name for its Electron Magnetic Field Generator.
It’s not available for the general public yet, but the company says the new magnet will be “available for the masses” within a few months.
The magnet is a new design for Chromium, and it’s an upgrade over the one that was already on sale in 2015.
In that case, Chromium made a custom circuit with two magnetically-encapsulated magnets.
It has a magnetic field of around 50 kilowatts, which it uses to charge the batteries inside phones.
Chromium says the magnet has a “low energy-to-weight ratio,” and it has “the capability to produce a field of over 5,000kW.”
This new magnet, however, has a field power of over 30,000 kilowatt-hours, which Chromium says will “make it ideal for mobile applications.”
The new Na has a high resistance and a low energy-discharge ratio, which means it should last for decades, the company added.
The new magnet also has an inductive field.
The magnetic field can be manipulated by using a switch, the Axios blog noted.
The new Na also has a power consumption of about 5W per gram of magnet material.
Chrome’s new Na is expected to be available by the end of 2019.