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VIC Working!
« on: September 15, 2019, 08:56:30 am »
Here I will Upload a Video of the Vic in action. Here you will see voltage rising above the supply voltage and you will see that current flow is restricted. You will see a Voltage Intensifier Circuit Working.

You will have every Detail on how this was done.
It should Be Understood, This is My First working Successful Model, with a great Deal of Flaws.

Please do not bash me, Please Understand This Circuit Works and has many faults. Please Understand The Voltage Across the Cell is Higher than the Input Voltage and the Voltage was Intensified at a Promising Point. Please Understand My Primary Coil is only Pulsed with 12 volts and Not 24 as stans was, Any My output voltage of my secondary is only capable of 140 volts.

Please Understand this is the first working model I have, and That I will put much more effort into making better setups for higher voltages. If you understand all this, Feel free to work with me and feel free to join in and share your success, Feel free to Beat my Voltage across the cell! This shall be easy for you to do now that you will gain a better understanding of how i Done this.

Look forward to new videos every week or so, and look forward for higher voltages. Also, I challenge everyone to upload their video here if you think you can beat my voltage potential across the cell using 12 volts.

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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2019, 09:07:25 am »
Looking forward to the video. And of course we know that we dont live in a perfect laboratorium world...
I am curious about your vid, Brian.


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« Reply #2 on: September 15, 2019, 09:53:33 am »
It's time for bed, and my phone is on 1 percent so I cant make a video at this moment. But amp flow is restricted and voltage is above the source voltage x 2. My secondary is to week but I have proved this device to work just as stan did. I will post all that I have, and share all that I have so you guys can make it better and sharpen all the edges. I know with this information you guys can firgure it all out rather quickly!

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« Reply #3 on: September 15, 2019, 18:28:04 pm »
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« Reply #4 on: September 15, 2019, 20:50:13 pm »
This morning it was over 20 volts after everything cooled off. and it does continue to run because the tubes become charged just as stan said. And I mean, the sucker really does continue to run for quite sometime! Not bubbles this time, but a real stream of realy hho.

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« Reply #5 on: September 15, 2019, 21:30:35 pm »
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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #6 on: September 16, 2019, 00:58:23 am »
Nice to see there is some people working at the bench. No matter how much people are achieving, but the fact that people are trying.
Every time we try there is a chance to learn and understand something new.
There is no reason to bash anyone for that.
Better to have something done than just talk theories and don't test it.
Great work Hydrocars.
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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #7 on: September 16, 2019, 07:24:08 am »
@Hydrocars:
That's pretty good, Brian, considering you're not chopping the down side of your sine wave.  That is to say, you're not commutating the SCR.  The voltage from a choke is related to how quickly the field collapses.  Is your cell staying cool?