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Frequency,s for pulsed electrolysis known by me, till sofar
« on: August 18, 2019, 23:08:38 pm »
Dear all,

Many of you have researched pulsed electrolysis and many made PWM,s or Dave lawton 555 timer schematics.
Here is the knowledge i have when you talk about which frequency to use.

Based on known patents and writings on forums etc etc etc.
Brown,s gas or whatever you wanna call it, is made with a pulsed system which should not exceed 200hz.
Horvarth systems do not exceed 166hz
The reason is that when you go higher in frequency, the induced current in the cell will adapt  an AC current characteristic, which will retard electrolysis.

Now many want to know which frequency Meyer used and even Dingle.
Well.....if you choose a frequency higher then 200hz you get this phenomenon of ac current character.
Meyer used that characteristic to setup a resonance system.
So, the frequency for a meyer techno system is based on L and C
I have seen and observed that AC current.

Well, i hope you can do your advantage with this

Steve




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Re: Frequency,s for pulsed electrolysis known by me, till sofar
« Reply #1 on: August 19, 2019, 06:04:16 am »
I think the frequency parameter is related to the spacing between the plates.  The Pat5 document from the group's Files Section details a system running at 1.1 MHz, with a gap of one tenth mm between the plates, using a bifilar coil, with the second winding connected only to the cell.  I also read another report which claimed this frequency was overly efficient.  The 555 itself will produce issues at its high end, which is two or three hundred kHz.

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« Reply #2 on: August 30, 2019, 23:19:57 pm »
I will update this thread before the day here in the Usa is over. Please do not Criticize me for the documentation I am about to share with you all.
In just a few Hours from now, you will understand in detail how to harness a wealth of energy, and you will gain tremendous amounts of knowledge about the secrets that have been hidden for so long now. All though it has been right in front of your face the entire time, No light has been shed upon it. The curtains is about to open here in this thread. Thank you stevie for your very well put post! And as you will gain understanding, you will see then why the frequency is so important.

I am very sorry to hijack your thread, but I would rather get this out, and do this here, than create another thread of my own. Please get ready to print what I am about to post off, as it is very valuable, and it is really going to piss allot of people off.

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Re: Frequency,s for pulsed electrolysis known by me, till sofar
« Reply #3 on: August 31, 2019, 00:00:05 am »
Make me proud, Brian!

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Re: Frequency,s for pulsed electrolysis known by me, till sofar
« Reply #4 on: August 31, 2019, 04:25:03 am »
I am not perfect. I am not withholding anything at all. I say this because There me be errors in my work, meaning for example. Most use P Channel fets for Step downs, I do not. My Goal here is to give you an ideal, not try and mislead or hide anything at all. I would also like to add, I am very limited on time. With that being said, I will not be able to stick around and answer many questions. For those that want feel butt hurt because you do not feel this is what stan was doing - thats totally ok and I understand. I want be around to argue with you. I do what I can and I share what I can. Perhaps someone out there may make the best of this stuff. I am sorry if my documents offend anyone, that is truly not my goal here.

This technology never ends, and it is not new. Infact, it is old as tubes, if not older.

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Re: Frequency,s for pulsed electrolysis known by me, till sofar
« Reply #5 on: August 31, 2019, 08:34:48 am »
This coils diameter is about the size of a penny, and wrapped around a ferrite core, the wire size is about 4 or 5 times bigger than the hair on your head, it measures 52 ohms. The gas production is not normal at all for only 2.5 volts 30 milliamps, this is just not normal!

Thought I would share this since I was experementing with my old single 555 pwm, I have that of lawton, one timer, 10k ohm on gate of fet to ground! both 200k pentameters. one pot only needs to be 50k but 100k is overkill on one, underkill on the other.

I really hope someone has fun with some of this amazing, unusual stuff. I have to admit, I dont know what the hell I am doing at all, I am just playing around and stumbled upon this. I still have not tested bigger coils. This coil gets fairly warm, no where near hot. "Almost hot" its heated but not hot. 

0.03 amps to cell, 3.47 volts lol, 0.1041 watts haha
0.08 amps 12.62 volts input to circuit 1.0096 watts

its more power in than out but why is it making hydrgen? and a good amount pretty steady bubble action too!

I put my finger between the positive terminal of the fuel cell and the positive terminal of my power source when I was trying to put my amp meter in series with the cell, and it shocked the living tar out of me!
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Re: Frequency,s for pulsed electrolysis known by me, till sofar
« Reply #6 on: August 31, 2019, 09:04:13 am »
can you post a video of the gas production?

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Re: Frequency,s for pulsed electrolysis known by me, till sofar
« Reply #7 on: August 31, 2019, 09:56:40 am »
Yes