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Re: Steve's replication of Stan Meyer resonant HHO setup
« Reply #24 on: January 18, 2011, 00:05:47 am »
hello Yaro
 i wasn't implying that he was producing enough gas to power the circuit. The circuit itself is consuming some power so the the current leekage across the cell is even less then 2.25 ma. To see any gas production at these low levels of current imput is impressive, atleast to me.
It leads me to believe that something else is going on here, not electrolysis! ;) 
 
Steve thanks for the circuit!
You are welcome, Dave.

You can play with every type of fets and diodes...no difficult stuff.

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Re: Steve's replication of Stan Meyer resonant HHO setup
« Reply #25 on: January 18, 2011, 00:33:30 am »
Hi Tony and others,

Here some measurements:
coils: 6.5h each
tubecapacity: somewhere between 142 and 165nF, accoording to my meters.
resonance frequency: between the 980hz and 1khz...

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Re: Steve's replication of Stan Meyer resonant HHO setup
« Reply #26 on: January 18, 2011, 01:37:17 am »
(http://www.globalkast.com/images/tonywoodside/Freq_Burst.png)
In the image above you see a cycling signal with a period of 3 seconds. This what Stan was doing, it came directly from Puharich's work. What is taking place is the frequencies below the resonant frequency (-fc) will polarize the molecule and rotate it to a particular angle (109'28") and the center frequency (fc) is when the PLL circuits VCO will equal VDD and at this resonant freq the water molecule will just fall apart.  Typically fc = 3980 hz.
 You can somewhat do this with the 8XA circuit. As the resonant frequency needs to be at the peak of the 120Hz wave. You can use FKS to do this by ANDing two close freqs, ie. 596hz AND 604hz. This will cause frequency scanning so to say. the freq range for this example would be something like 582hz - 618hz with fc = 600hz. Research "Frequency Burst".

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Re: Steve's replication of Stan Meyer resonant HHO setup
« Reply #27 on: January 18, 2011, 17:10:41 pm »
Hi Steve
Do you measure 800vac accros water capacitor? ( ground point of probe to one plate wfc and hot point of probe of your oscyloscope to two plate of wfc?)
Do you connect earth to your circuit ( if yes to where?)
If you have 800Vac on the chokes what is voltage on water capacitor? We need high voltage on the water capacitor ( not on chokes or VIC)
thank for ansver
andy

The probe is not across the plates, but over the chokes.
Here is a picture of the scope when the probe is across the plates..
It al looks a bit like Puharich waveforms..


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Thanks for ansver Steve!
It helped my. What is value of waveform's voltage when you measure it across the plates? Or how many V/div on the scope. Thank Steve
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Re: Steve's replication of Stan Meyer resonant HHO setup
« Reply #28 on: January 18, 2011, 17:12:51 pm »
Andy & Crazy,

the neg oprobe is put at neg line on amp meter after HV bridge, btw running at 1200hz - 2400hz....

  probes across the tubes show 70 volts

Crazy,  I'm dong just that, my step down toroids and now with my new iron powder EI core I'll test this theory further.  I've made it so I can switch out cores for tests.  Step downs always have made more gas for me.

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Re: Steve's replication of Stan Meyer resonant HHO setup
« Reply #29 on: January 19, 2011, 17:16:49 pm »
(http://www.globalkast.com/images/tonywoodside/Freq_Burst.png)
In the image above you see a cycling signal with a period of 3 seconds. This what Stan was doing, it came directly from Puharich's work. What is taking place is the frequencies below the resonant frequency (-fc) will polarize the molecule and rotate it to a particular angle (109'28") and the center frequency (fc) is when the PLL circuits VCO will equal VDD and at this resonant freq the water molecule will just fall apart.  Typically fc = 3980 hz.
 You can somewhat do this with the 8XA circuit. As the resonant frequency needs to be at the peak of the 120Hz wave. You can use FKS to do this by ANDing two close freqs, ie. 596hz AND 604hz. This will cause frequency scanning so to say. the freq range for this example would be something like 582hz - 618hz with fc = 600hz. Research "Frequency Burst".

Interesting, Tony.
Do you have such a setup working?
Have you seen any gas production, as Stan wrote in his patents? = hugh production with just volts.....

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Re: Steve's replication of Stan Meyer resonant HHO setup
« Reply #30 on: January 19, 2011, 18:03:27 pm »
Yeah Steve,

I believe it to be electrolysis also, my cut and paste post part got mangled that talked about that.

btw,  I use a 12" 10 gauge wire to measure amps to tenths with a dmm and a dial 1-5 gauge.  How are you guys measuring amps accurately so low?  special equipment?   

I'd like to use the same method if possible.  danka

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Re: Steve's replication of Stan Meyer resonant HHO setup
« Reply #31 on: January 20, 2011, 02:22:48 am »
Steve,

Can you share the resistance value of your 4 henry chokes please, thanks kb