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Re: Ionizationx Alternator Schematic rotor pulse
« Reply #16 on: April 16, 2008, 16:14:57 pm »
Good morning Hydrocars
  I would appreciate you input on my gadget. i purchased a aquapulser d1400 on ebay ( which I use to input the pules to my alternator).I have been sucessful with some production however the WFC gets hot and i believe more electrolises is taking place than high voltage dissaciotion.  Is your schematic a stand alone system that will give me a VIC ( this is what I'm trying for  ) ??? when i use the AQ D1400 I get aprox 55 to65 volts on all three outputs of the alt at aprox .4 amps.  I get a square wave only  it has a three  ( 3 ) bumps on the top of the pulse. I join all three to the outside of my cells either 3 or 6 tubes and I run the neg ( center ) together  through diodes back into the front of the cell ( pos. )
thanks for your input and watch out for the BIM's

EzBruce

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Re: Ionizationx Alternator Schematic rotor pulse
« Reply #18 on: April 17, 2008, 06:55:43 am »
im a little confused on this site as to which projects are which but this>
is the project that id like to replicate, also im curious as to how the diode bridge is assembled, as in dave lawtons schematics, there are 3 lines leaving the bridge, each going to 2 tubes within the cell. In your cell however it looks like you have just a 2 wire hookup to the diode bridge as shown by your "beta" schematic > http://ionizationx.com/index.php?topic=140.0 as i only see two wires leaving the alternator. Also is that .2 amps or 2 amps being read on the multimeter. sorry for all the questions and odd placement but im lost  :-\
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Re: Ionizationx Alternator Schematic rotor pulse
« Reply #19 on: April 17, 2008, 07:43:26 am »
that was me pulsing the rotor with a 555 timer, the output of the alternator is full wave rectified. the spike remover inside the alternator was removed.. the amps on the rotor was 2 amps pulsed. the rpm of the alternator was about 3k or more.

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Re: Ionizationx Alternator Schematic rotor pulse
« Reply #20 on: April 20, 2008, 15:27:27 pm »
and so its just a 2 wire hook up of all the negatives and postives (tubes) of the cell to the diode bridge leaving the alternator, correct? and one more question i noticed the slits cut in the outer tubes to get them to the right freqency, is there anyway to do that very acuratly?

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Re: Ionizationx Alternator Schematic rotor pulse
« Reply #21 on: April 20, 2008, 19:38:28 pm »
The slits is for faster gas production and it also helps keep the water cool, normaly i take the alternator and remove the cap inside the alternator and regulator, i then hook it directly to the fuel cell and pulse the rotor.

so, take the aternator and remove the cap, hook it to fuel cell and pulse at 3k rpm's. there is lots of pictures on this forum as well.

sorry for the lack of time i have today.

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Re: Ionizationx Alternator Schematic rotor pulse
« Reply #22 on: May 18, 2008, 12:05:21 pm »
Question for All: has anyone tried using the Boyce designed pulse unit with an alternator and if so what were the results. I bought the pcb @ HG and was thinking about giving it a whirl.  Also, I see that the favorite alternator to use seems to be a Delco. I have a really nice, chromed-out, Mustang alternator with outboard rectifier...was wondering if I can use that instead of the Delco?

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Re: Ionizationx Alternator Schematic rotor pulse
« Reply #23 on: May 18, 2008, 13:49:05 pm »
Hi Voltar,

Any alternator will work.
Just put some power on the rotor and rotate the rotor with help of a driver motor and you are on yr way!

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Steve