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Re: Stanleys Alternator
« Reply #8 on: March 01, 2008, 11:24:47 am »
Yes, dude

I have an extended library in my rear......
After all this time together, i can still surprise you...LOL


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Re: Stanleys Alternator
« Reply #9 on: March 21, 2008, 22:42:04 pm »
Hi,
My entanglement with OU started many years ago when I first saw "it runs on water". For a long time I tried to replicate Meyer's technique and failed. Up to now I thought I had ALL the information available from Meyer until now!

I wish I had this information about the alternator when I was spending time on replicating the WFC.
None the less, thanks for posting this information. This means I will have to start my research all over again!

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Re: Stanleys Alternator
« Reply #10 on: May 25, 2008, 22:08:23 pm »
Hello to all: can anyone please explain how Meyers was able to input 1/2 amp @ 5 volts to achieve his results? By pulsing his pwm or by simply running a variac to a bridge? Was he even using a pwm or was the voltage going into the pulsing alternator enough? Been playing with this stuff for 6 months and am totally addicted. Thanks for your replies.

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Re: Stanleys Alternator
« Reply #11 on: May 25, 2008, 23:34:50 pm »
Hello to all: can anyone please explain how Meyers was able to input 1/2 amp @ 5 volts to achieve his results? By pulsing his pwm or by simply running a variac to a bridge? Was he even using a pwm or was the voltage going into the pulsing alternator enough? Been playing with this stuff for 6 months and am totally addicted. Thanks for your replies.

o.5amps and 5 volts are on the rotor of his alternator

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Steve