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VIC setup 1
« on: December 12, 2011, 22:24:07 pm »
Here I`m attaching some photos of a VIC i`v built some time ago.
I built this on a TV flyback transformer core and is smaller than Meyer`s WFC multi VIC setup, therefore I used smaller guage wire (36awg) so to be able to fit as much as turns.
It has a primary(yellow)  600turns
secondary(blue) 4000turns
two chokes (red) 4000turns each
Resistance and inductance of each coil is attached on one of the pics.

Soon will be redoing some testing of this thing and keep you informed.

HM
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Re: VIC setup 1
« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2011, 11:40:34 am »
here is the first test for the VIC above.
I connected the vic as per 'Control and Driver Circuit' patent
I measured the output to cell using 2 probes.
Probes were connected common ground before L1(TX5). then to +ve(green) and -ve(yellow) treminal of cell.
differential voltage output is also calculated  by the oscope and shown in red. This is what the actual voltage across the water gap is.
The 2 waveformes on each terminal are axactly in phase.
There is some sort of resonance @10.4khz where the sine waves on each terminal rise to 120v ptp as you can see below. But this has notting to do with the capacitance of cell because I replaces several tube sets with different gaps and lenght during testing however the resonance points remained the same. This gives me indication that this resonance is in the coils itself and the water gap has notting to do with it.

Now the next step:
Should I start unwinding L2(tx5) and check for phase shift?
At the moment these have L1 4000 : L2 4000 exactly
if I`m understanding some people correctly some are suggesting that turns ratio should be L1 1 : L2 [12th root of 2]
therefore this should be L1 4000 : L2 3775


HM
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Re: VIC setup 1
« Reply #2 on: December 15, 2011, 11:48:34 am »
This is the input across primary
here it is pulling 35mA of current

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Re: VIC setup 1
« Reply #3 on: December 15, 2011, 12:02:42 pm »
This is the output to the cell terminals and whats in between is calculated in red.

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Re: VIC setup 1
« Reply #4 on: December 15, 2011, 14:51:42 pm »
Do you tried reverse terminals of the L2 choke?
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Re: VIC setup 1
« Reply #5 on: December 15, 2011, 22:10:50 pm »
Do you tried reverse terminals of the L2 choke?
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Just reversed the terminals of L2 and retested.
Both waves still perfectly in phase. Resonance peaked at @ 19.2khz now. Still water capactitor value is not responsable for the circuit resonance.

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Re: VIC setup 1
« Reply #6 on: December 16, 2011, 08:48:57 am »
Tony succesed in geting 180 degree phase shift of waveforms. You can ask him.
Thank for ansver.
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Re: VIC setup 1
« Reply #7 on: December 30, 2011, 22:48:04 pm »
Reconnected VIC as in the first post(ie L2 not inverted). Started unwinding the L2 choke and retested for every 20 turns less intervals. There was no significant difference in the waveforms produced at each terminal and across the cell itself. With choke ratios of L1-1.05946309(12th root of 2) : L2-1 (ie 4000 : 3775 in this case) still waveform phaseshift is not acheived.The peak voltage waveform I was able to produce is attached below with gated pulse input.
The next step now is to construct another VIC having specs closer   to Stans.