Turbo Encabulator inspired Rockwell's Retro Encabulator, the Micro Encabulator and more
By: +David Herron; Date: October 22, 2017
Encabulator Transmissions supplying inverse reactive current for use in unilateral phase detractors, and is also capable of automatically synchronizing with cardinal grammeters. These are important attributes in modern control systems, as anyone in the know will tell you. The Turbo Encabulator launched a wave of machines using Encabulator technology. Instead of power being generated by the relative motion of conductors and magnetic fluxes, the Turbo Encabulator produced power by the modial interaction of magneto reluctance and capacitive duractance. Originally they used a base of prefabulated ammulite built to keep the spurving bearings in direct line with a panametric fam built using marzalvanes. The Turbo Encabulator shown in this video has undergone much development, and is successfully being used in novertrunions.
Encabulator technology became most popular when Rockwell developed the Retro Encabulator. Chrysler got involved by applying the technology to the Dodge Viper.
Because little or nothing is known about the principles involved in magneto reluctance, diagnosing faults can be a problem. Fortunately a diagnosis machine, the DRB2, is available. It is connected to the aft-end of the moxiinterrupter, using adapter WUPV2. The most common fault is sigmoid rumbling below the belt-line, that customers will describe as a burping or hiccuping noise. The Turbo Encabulator Diangnostic Procedures and Songbook contains instructions for any repair.
After 2010, the cost of the grammeters and other parts of the traditional Encabulator design drove some to develop a less expensive version. It would found using 3 hydrocoptic marzalvanes instead of the usual 6 achieved the same effect, at lower cost. A Jeffrey's Tube connected the marzalvanes to a quasilubial waneshaft they custom 3D printed in the shop. Another innovation is replacing the grammeters with low-cost multiplexing.