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Re: Alternator stator: Triangle connection or star connection
« Reply #24 on: August 04, 2008, 16:35:49 pm »
Hi Steve

Here is the set up of the " mini cell"

I Did today again the experiment and want to correct a mistake about the amperage reading that I previously reported .

Apologize for that .

I run voltages between 10V ~ 25V and the amperage was not 5ma but 50ma


 Some comments:

1) in The original drawing of  "TheGuru2you" in you tube,  there was missing the rectifying diode D1.
2) R2 100 Ohm  should be 5watts minimum.
3) I am  re-using a custom made ferrite transformer with many windings. For that experiment enough to have any 1 to 15 ratio transformer.
4) The rotary SW1 is optional  eiher to  play with diffrernt frequencies either to easely adapt to to your HHO cell
5) DON'T EXPECT TO PROPULSE YOUR CAR WITH THAT MODEL!!!==> the circuit just show that resonant pulsating high voltage
     does create electrlysisl
6) I used distilled water. Somehow did not try with tap water yet..

Here attached below my schematics with components values.

Best regard
Yossi



Thank you Yossi,

Well done!
Lets see if anyone here can replicate your work to confirm your great looking schematic.

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Steve

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Re: Alternator stator: Triangle connection or star connection
« Reply #25 on: August 04, 2008, 16:50:12 pm »
Hi Steve and forum

Thanks Steve!



For those specially who want to duplicate that easy set up.

That cicuitry enter imediately to resonnance and it is audible form the transformer whisteling.
In case no resonance, swap transformer sensing windings pin 10 and 1.

Then it is possible to  play with potentiometer R4 and input voltge from 6V to 20V until good spot is obtained.
Watch always Ameter vs bubles.

Good luck
and again to evryone: DO NOT HANG GREAT EXPECTATION FROM THAT SET UP.

Best Regards
Yossi










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Re: Alternator stator: Triangle connection or star connection
« Reply #26 on: August 14, 2008, 04:43:40 am »
When you remove an internal regulator from an alternator, is there any jumper wires that have to be soldered back in place or anything? Does it just come out and thats it? I have it almost apart but I'm tired so I will continue tomorrow.  Hopefully I can have it all set up tomorrow evening.