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VIC accoording Iontruster
« on: October 27, 2009, 16:40:48 pm »
Hi,

I had a great discussion with Iontruster about the VIC.
Here are his comments:

The VIC (Air Core E type Transformer) is just a good way of limiting the amp. Stans capacitor need a voltage charge or polarization mode to switch of the covalant bonding between the hydrogen and oxygen and the water have a treshold close to 20kV, you only need mA.
What happens is that all that voltage will turn into amps and start a wave of BEMF forces on the primare coil, but since you have a blocking diod that amp puls will be denied to pass and said wave will then go true the capacitor AGAIN to the secund pickup coil (VIC bobbin #2) and experiance a similar action there. Some of this amp will pass, but since there is energy left, this will then fly back to blocking diod etc... until all of the energy have passed true pickup coil #2 - pick up coil #2 is a stepdown transformer, turning amp potential into voltage and amp. This "energywave" is known to exist for some 0.74 - 0.95 secunds.. this is free hydrogen production - or OFF PULSTIME!

You can see on stans schematics that he uses two chockes/bobbins - this is the reason why. In my mind as i see the action inside he's capacitor - charge, discharge! Look at the primary choke, there you see a blocking diod, then look at the secondary choke, ther you see non and also, notice that the winding is opposite ( a turned choke).. the rest is logical!


 

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Re: VIC accoording Iontruster
« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2009, 16:55:47 pm »
Iontruster,

Where did you find that 20Kv threshold of water?

Steve