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Re: Stanley Meyer Step Charging Via VIC.
« Reply #8 on: April 17, 2019, 09:01:53 am »
Stevie, if you can search and find my old alternator setup diagram I drew in paintshop , looked like I drew it with a crayon, I will tell all of you a secret... It was also posted on waterfuelcell.org, I can not find it anywhere.

You self deleted all those pics.... :(

We used the power of the charged wfc to power the rotor of the alternator.
So, we charged the wfc with external power and then let it ran

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Re: Stanley Meyer Step Charging Via VIC.
« Reply #9 on: April 17, 2019, 18:48:23 pm »
Stevie, we charged the roter for a brief second, I used it without a fuel cell many times on other things. But the diodes I had is why I got a different result, I'm just now realizing that! Also, these diodes, OMG, I'll update this later 🤔

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Re: Stanley Meyer Step Charging Via VIC.
« Reply #10 on: April 19, 2019, 09:51:40 am »
why suppress voltage ?

TVS are in most electronic catalogs

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Re: Stanley Meyer Step Charging Via VIC.
« Reply #11 on: April 20, 2019, 02:14:14 am »
Where have you been massive? Something so simple yet I overlooked! Also, Stevie, I will report a very old circuit me and you tested years ago.

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Re: Stanley Meyer Step Charging Via VIC.
« Reply #12 on: April 20, 2019, 09:29:08 am »
Where have you been massive? Something so simple yet I overlooked! Also, Stevie, I will report a very old circuit me and you tested years ago.

I am looking forward to it  :)

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Re: Stanley Meyer Step Charging Via VIC.
« Reply #13 on: April 20, 2019, 09:30:08 am »
Stevie, we charged the roter for a brief second, I used it without a fuel cell many times on other things. But the diodes I had is why I got a different result, I'm just now realizing that! Also, these diodes, OMG, I'll update this later 🤔

So, what does these diodes add, Brian?

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Re: Stanley Meyer Step Charging Via VIC.
« Reply #14 on: April 21, 2019, 07:59:34 am »
It's Difficult for me to be exactly true at the moments, However, There is something very different! I am not yet sure if its a reverse base breakdown.

I was getting different results with the frequency on the alternater setup back in the day and I couldnt not explain why, nor did I understand why everyone elses was different from mine. The other day I ran into something, then I realized I used Axial Diodes with my original alternator setup. Something about the diodes act differently.

I once upon a time got a coil to emf the Dc capacitor threw the diode, at a lucky time the diode would break down and the capacitor would charge the coil, then a back emf would again charge the capacitor immediatly. there was an resonance occurring that i've never seen before. I havent yet been able to replicate my own work.

I have noticed, to keep something in resonance from dying out, you give it a slight push, and it keeps going.

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Re: Stanley Meyer Step Charging Via VIC.
« Reply #15 on: April 21, 2019, 21:51:00 pm »
It's Difficult for me to be exactly true at the moments, However, There is something very different! I am not yet sure if its a reverse base breakdown.

I was getting different results with the frequency on the alternater setup back in the day and I couldnt not explain why, nor did I understand why everyone elses was different from mine. The other day I ran into something, then I realized I used Axial Diodes with my original alternator setup. Something about the diodes act differently.

I once upon a time got a coil to emf the Dc capacitor threw the diode, at a lucky time the diode would break down and the capacitor would charge the coil, then a back emf would again charge the capacitor immediatly. there was an resonance occurring that i've never seen before. I havent yet been able to replicate my own work.

I have noticed, to keep something in resonance from dying out, you give it a slight push, and it keeps going.


Did you use a tvs diode in the same way we normal diodes uses?