I have a linear DC motor. It has a rod with permanent magnets inside and the rod moves through the coils. Normal operation is applying 320V to three windings and the rod moves depending on the phase of the input. An output sensor tells the position of the rod. I want to move the rod mechanically and capture the power coming from the three coils (hence the generator). I want to then regulate the power. I understand the lower the resistance of the load the more force required to move the rod. My rod will not move continuously (it will stop for moments at the end of each travel), but I want to create a circuit that will help regulate the output. I don't care what the voltage out is, I only care that what I get out gets regulated enough to power some LEDs or something. Thanks.