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Title: Stanmeyerlives
Post by: Login to see usernames on April 09, 2011, 21:48:55 pm
The more one researches Meyer's technology, the more interesting and fascinating it becomes.
This is the 8XA circuit and Stan's Electrical Polarization Process box, but with a water cell consisting of a tube, and not plates as he used.
The electronics are as stated in the patent.
The resonant choke specs are the following (thanks to Dynodon for the clarification):

134 Turns of AWG22 magnet wire
L1 = 768uH, .5ohms
L2 = 760.2uH, .5ohms

Without ferrite core:
L1= 283.8uH
L2 = 281.1uH


The circuit, although it is a 'proof of concept' circuit, works beautifully and produces much more gas than brute-force cells used in the past.
The results below were taken with .5 amp current and around 50V AC input to the circuit.
It is evident that the incoming AC frequency, 60Hz, is doubled at the cell (roughly 120Hz), as Stan suggests.
The water being used is distilled water - no additives.
Stan's dream is becoming a reality - one step at a time.
Keep pressing forward everyone!
Title: Re: Stanmeyerlives
Post by: Login to see usernames on April 10, 2011, 20:57:01 pm
Thank for sharing bro!

Keep work at the same level!
Title: Re: Stanmeyerlives
Post by: Login to see usernames on April 19, 2011, 14:49:43 pm
Here's another gem - a picture of Stan Meyer in the Grandview Heights High School Class of 1959....
Title: Re: Stanmeyerlives
Post by: Login to see usernames on April 19, 2011, 14:51:48 pm
Here's a larger copy...
Courtesy: http://www.ghhs59.org/photos.html
Title: Re: Stanmeyerlives
Post by: Login to see usernames on April 27, 2011, 04:04:49 am
Here is another test cell - approx. 2.in. in length, on a 2nd 8xa box.
Production at 1 amp is excellent, the box to the left is the Rotary vic control unit in progress...

Title: Re: Stanmeyerlives
Post by: Login to see usernames on September 15, 2011, 22:11:57 pm
Hi Stanmeyerlives,
 
I'm just starting out learning all of this stuff from the beginning.  I'm slowly learning all there is about this, and I still have a lot more to learn.  I really like your setup and would like to accomplish something similar, to just learn the basics.
 
I tried registering on your site stansdream.com but it says I have to be approved before I can post anything.
 
What did you use to create your 8XA circuit?  I see that TonyWoodside sells boards, but in the learning process I want to create my own and build from scratch, if possible.  I would like to save money so one day I can buy Tony's more expensive board (after I understand the basics)
 
I already ordered a Powerstat 21 so I can build a setup comparable to yours.  I attached a picture showing the 8XA circuit that I believe DynoDon posted.  I'm having trouble finding where that post went now.
 
The picture I attached, is that the one that you built?
 
Thank you
Title: Re: Stanmeyerlives
Post by: Login to see usernames on October 30, 2011, 02:49:57 am
Yes, that diagram is correct.
The most difficult part is the coil, but it is possible as long as you understand it is bifilar, wrapped a row at a time.
Dynodon was indispensable in documenting this, as most was not listed in the patents.
Keep at it and you will be successful!
Here is a video I just uploaded that shows the new 8xa board in action:
Also, if you sign up at stansdream.com you will be able to post - we had some spam issues that have now been resolved...
Title: Re: Stanmeyerlives
Post by: Login to see usernames on November 01, 2011, 16:47:08 pm
Thanks for the reply.  I had signed up for stansdream.com but my account was never approved.  I signed up again just now as HurstOlds there, waiting to be approved.

Thanks

I have yet to order any parts.  I will be placing my order soon, once I hammer out all the details.  I only have a Powerstat at this point.

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Title: Re: Stanmeyerlives
Post by: Login to see usernames on March 23, 2012, 23:15:24 pm
Just posted - the World's largest cache of Stan Meyer documents:

http://www.stansdream.com/files.htm

We are continuously adding more as we find them.
Feel free to peruse...