It is a fact that we need electrical energy in all aspects of our lives. The fact that this energy has become so integrated with our lives has also increased the need for sustainability and continuity of electrical energy. When our connection to existing electrical energy sources is cut off for any reason, we resort to generators in order not to be without power, and we want to continue our work without a hitch.
Generators are the most ideal machines to ensure the continuity of systems powered by electrical energy. The first generator was built in 1831 by physicist Michael Faraday and has succeeded in developing and diversifying to the present day. The principle of operation of generators is the conversion of mechanical energy into electrical energy. In short, it is a kind of electrical energy producer that can provide the conversion of mechanical energy to electrical energy.