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Re: My induction coil keeps smoking!
« Reply #8 on: June 23, 2008, 17:54:46 pm »
i agree with stevie, do you know ohms law? Learn the current for 1 cell using a car battery, multiply that current by how many tubes you have then figure your ohms, its possible with that many tubes you have a dead short.

Then again, someone also told me that NYLON can cause dead shorts! i wish you the best of luck.

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Re: My induction coil keeps smoking!
« Reply #9 on: June 23, 2008, 20:02:17 pm »
OK, I got an ammeter. I was pulsing WAY to many amps across the circuit. I am now running at 1.0A with very little HHO production and lots of brown muck.

when I go up to 2A, that little red inductor in my picture starts to smell and get HOT!!!

should I make a larger inductor? Obviously I know very little about what I am doing, however I have great access to raw materials as I own an industrial supply shop and have a machine shop division in the same building.

Help me spend my money and utilize my resources vicariously through me, maybe you could tell me what to do to make this thing make HHO, I really don't wanna wait three months as Ravi claimed to see 10MM bubbles.

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Re: My induction coil keeps smoking!
« Reply #10 on: June 23, 2008, 22:08:38 pm »
you could wrap another layer of bifilar over the one you have and run i paralel  should double your amperage  or read into mutal inductance  depending on the size of your core you could go with a few wraps before you hit saturation  do you own a scope to see  the wave form that is coming out that way you can tell if you saturated your core  or if your even getting the wave you want to start with before you continue with it

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Re: My induction coil keeps smoking!
« Reply #11 on: June 24, 2008, 05:05:45 am »
WOW, just read the Meyers work has been cracked!

How does one build the VIC circuit with those toroidal ferrites?

How many windings.....component list for parts....etc....

Can anyone here compile that list / info?

I will get on it immediately if anyone can supply an easier schematic as the one J Naudin supplies is WAY to vague for this begginer.

The D14.pdf is more of my speed.....LOL


 
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Re: My induction coil keeps smoking!
« Reply #12 on: June 24, 2008, 06:03:45 am »
JTJB,  I have 9 tubes 27" long.
I draw over 100 amps on a 12v car battery.

on tap water too.

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Re: My induction coil keeps smoking!
« Reply #13 on: June 24, 2008, 08:16:56 am »
Hi Nograts,

100Amps!!

I thought we are supposed to be drawing 1/2 an amp or something like Stan Meyer but producing copious amounts of HHO.....No?

You are doing brute force electrolysis, I thought the whole intent of this work is to resonate the HHO out of the water with frequency, not liberate it with brute force?

Sorry for my naivety, I just built my cell over a 3 week period and only started testing electrically 2 days ago.

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Re: My induction coil keeps smoking!
« Reply #14 on: June 24, 2008, 10:11:00 am »
Nograts

I can't seem to find what kind of production you are putting out, To see if 100amps is too much. Out of curiosity, I pulled out my meyers style cell, to get some numbers. and a video

7 cell
10" long
1.5mm gap
15.2 amps
11.5 vdc
174.8 watts
300cc/min

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Re: My induction coil keeps smoking!
« Reply #15 on: June 24, 2008, 10:38:49 am »
Everyone always forgets to mention their gaps, the most important...