Mechanism of The Pipetector is based on black-body radiation theory. Black-body radiation is a theory that any black-body materials emit electromagnetic waves by themselves and without power supply.
Ceramic and charcoal are some examples of black-body materials. Ceramic is sintered at 1,200 degrees Celsius when manufactured and can store thermal energy (entropy) within. Thus, it can emit electromagnetic waves.
Charcoals are carbonized at more than 800 degrees Celsius and can emit infrared waves while the thermal energy (entropy) decreases as the time goes by.
Inside the Pipetector, there are black-body materials that generate electromagnetic waves and neodymium magnets that control and adjust the waves. Based on the theory, the Pipetector is designed to emit electromagnetic waves without power supply.