For those not familiar with the trials and tribulations of Cedric Lynch's motors, the IPR issues, problems with investors etc, it's worth mentioning that there are two, or maybe three, companies now making them, I believe, only one of which is still associated directly with Cedric.
The original company was the Lynch Electric Motor Co, LEMCo. I don't know the full story, but there were some difficulties that led to them parting company from Cedric at some point. I believe that LEM (now LMC) are still making the "original" Lynch designs (see here: http://www.lmcltd.net/index.php?page=mo ... nerators-2
The design of the Lynch motor has been licensed to other companies, notably Briggs and Stratton who used Cedric's topology to build the Etek motor. Since then the design has been copied by others and made in China in significant numbers. Whether or not these copies infringe Cedric's patents isn't clear, but I'd guess that some probably do. I think that the design may have been licensed to other motor manufacturers, too, but I'm not sure.
The current manufacturer of this motor is Agnimotor (see here: http://www.agnimotors.com/home/index.ph ... &Itemid=47
), the company that Cedric is now associated with. The Agnimotor seems to have some improvements over the original designs still manufactured by LMC, presumably because Cedric is still actively involved in development.
It looks as if there are now several different companies selling original Lynch designs as their own. These may be LMC motors re-badged, or they may be copies. This business seems rife with IP fraud, so it wouldn't surprise me to find they were just rip-offs.
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