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Re: Pulsed signal 30% more effective then strait DC
« Reply #16 on: September 14, 2009, 22:15:18 pm »
Thank you.  Then crowbar has to do with its placement in the circuit, rather than the actual type of diode.

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Re: Pulsed signal 30% more effective then strait DC
« Reply #17 on: September 14, 2009, 22:36:10 pm »
Thank you.  Then crowbar has to do with its placement in the circuit, rather than the actual type of diode.

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Hi turtle , great to have you here . We know you have been working on this for years now .

Its an honor  ;)

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Re: Pulsed signal 30% more effective then strait DC
« Reply #18 on: September 15, 2009, 01:51:44 am »
So you sending in a frequency the same as the frequency you picked up in the cell Steve?

Sounds like resonance to me!?
I would have thought that less power would be needed to keep the cell resonating at the same amplitude?
Cant wait for the gas tests!  Perhaps volumes will pick up the longer its runnung!?
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Re: Pulsed signal 30% more effective then strait DC
« Reply #19 on: September 15, 2009, 05:23:40 am »
Hi turtle , great to have you here . We know you have been working on this for years now .

Its an honor  ;)

I 'm just glad to be able to still work at this,  but I am indeed living up to the name.

Without question... perseverence is part of my shell

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Re: Pulsed signal 60% more effective then strait DC
« Reply #20 on: September 15, 2009, 23:15:56 pm »
may be the cell is acting as a capacitor when charged with a pulse then when it is of it energizes your coil so nothing is wasted ,

the question is your cell producing the same amount of hho   .

I havent measured that in detail, but on sight it looks the same.
But i will run the gas test this week.

Steve

Gas tests are done.
Strait DC or coil circuit are producing exactly the same amount of gas.
So, that good news, finally.

I changed every component in the setup to see if anything else would work better.
There was 1. When i changed the old 2n3055 for a FET irf630, i got a better result.

I know now how to tune the circuit. Results are getting better when lower amps are used.
The sad thing is of course that with lower amps, production is going down as well.

My best result is at this moment a stunning 60% more efficiency...at a current of 0.1amp at the cell.... ;)

I must admit that Stan Meyer was right. Restricting amps is the way to go....Never thought i would say that the last months..... ;D


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Re: Pulsed signal 60% more effective then strait DC
« Reply #21 on: September 16, 2009, 03:34:48 am »
That is an excellent news Steve ,hope you can acheave better production with the same 60% effecencie.
i am just waiting for my ferrite to arrive from ukrane and i will do my tests .


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Re: Pulsed signal 60% more effective then strait DC
« Reply #22 on: September 16, 2009, 04:29:09 am »
WHat about solid state DC relays for your switching?

http://www.futurlec.com/RelSS.shtml

They could handle big power, and wrap the inductor with heavier wire, mebbe?

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Re: Pulsed signal 60% more effective then strait DC
« Reply #23 on: September 16, 2009, 08:38:56 am »
That is an excellent news Steve ,hope you can acheave better production with the same 60% effecencie.
i am just waiting for my ferrite to arrive from ukrane and i will do my tests .

Well, its just the way you look at it.
If i would say, that i keep the same power on the input, then you automatically get more power on the output and more gas.

So, yes. I make more gas for the same amount of power. 60% more gas.

Steve