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Trying to be more green in my daily life, so I researched the heck out of electric and battery-operated trimmers. With much thanks to those with experience in trimmers and who took the time to write reviews on products, I settled on the CORE. I've lived in a townhouse for the past 8 years with no needRead More
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CORE Outdoor Power was founded to commercialize an innovative motor technology into outdoor power products or equipment. The Conductor Optimized Rotary Energy (CORE™) motor is a cutting edge device capable of producing high torque rotary motion at high efficiencies and power densities. This technology was developed by Matt Jore and Lincoln Jore, a father & son team, along with a talented group of engineers at Core Motion, Inc. In brief, CORE™ technology uses a proprietary printed circuit board (PCB) stator to produce high torque rotary motion in a very compact package, without use of the heavy iron used in conventional motor technologies. The proprietary pattern of conductive material in the PCB stator, cooperating with permanent magnet rotors, optimizes the generated efficiency and power. With zero emissions, little noise and torque levels equal to two-cycle engines, CORE™ technology is uniquely poised to disrupt the market for portable outdoor power equipment, especially when combined with the recently developed hybrid power cell that will be used in all CORE Outdoor Power products. This hybrid power cell, which uses lithium based prismatic cells, is capable of storing and delivering unprecedented amounts of power in a very small package. The marriage of these two unique technologies allows for an "environmentally clean" line of products capable of consuming a large portion of the outdoor power equipment market, which has been historically dominated by two-cycle gas engines.
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