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Re: New VIC pictures discussion!!!
« Reply #136 on: February 26, 2009, 14:09:55 pm »
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oulawstc, did you notice the bottom circuit (970) is shown in the independent evaluation report, being from (a patent of) 1981? (P. 17 and 20)
It is a design from the early days.

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Re: New VIC pictures discussion!!!
« Reply #137 on: February 26, 2009, 16:10:02 pm »
You miss-undertood

I used 2 TV transformers to create about 50KV potential between water.

so the Positive of one transformer was on one insolated plate, and the negative of the other transformer was on the other isolated plate.

the other 2 wires were just floating, not connected to anything, and it ionized the Air, I could smell it.

I also connected these two flowing wires to ground, to each other, only one to ground, the other to ground, using chokes, bifilar chokes, smoked some chokes. everything I could think of.

I did countless tests with HV and isolated electrodes. Not even one tini bouble. So if some people claim breaking water using isolated plates/tube they either have leaking insolation or they lying.

By the way, why do you think my screen name is Electrojolt ?

If you are still setup with that boil the water to steam.  Then pass the steam through the flyback plates.

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Re: New VIC pictures discussion!!!
« Reply #138 on: February 26, 2009, 19:10:44 pm »
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If  an a 6 pole alternator is running at 3000rpm
3000 revolutions in 1 minute
3000 x 6poles = 18000 sinewaves in 1 minute
18000 / 60       =  300 sinewaves in 1 second
therefore 300hz  Wink

hydrogenmask, you are correct.. my bad if i canfused people but this would be the simplest equation

divide rpm by 60 then times by 6.. i dont know if alternators differ in pole count mine has 6 of each. stans may of had 7
giving him 49a-49n  thats 14 pulses in one rotation cycle


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oulawstc, did you notice the bottom circuit (970) is shown in the independent evaluation report, being from (a patent of) 1981? (P. 17 and 20)
It is a design from the early days.

alan, its design may be from the early days but so was the vic sync pulsing circuit. it was his next step after rotary vic... his latest was 6-1.. you gotta realize 6-1  has primary field interacting with secondarys and ss chokes. at the same time in present space.. there somthing about allowing primarys field to coulple in the chokes..  i still dont fully understand but 970 states both primary and secondary coupling on inductor choke.. in order to get both coupling on same ferrite it must have power connection to both secondary and primary..  that makes it where primary and seconday have magnetic coupling in alternator and on the choke.. the positve stainless choke is accepting signal from primary giving pure dc pulses from.. the same pulses pulsing alternator are also pulsing choke..threw stainless.. like i said i still dont understaind completely .. but is all stated by stan.
970 is  important...... 49a-49n doesnt need conection to stainless in 6-1 because it is already coupling..



An isolation transformer is a transformer, often with symmetrical windings, which is used to decouple two circuits. An isolation transformer allows an AC signal or power to be taken from one device and fed into another without electrically connecting the two circuits. Isolation transformers block transmission of DC signals from one circuit to the other, but allow AC signals to pass. They also block interference caused by ground loops. Isolation transformers with electrostatic shields are used for power supplies for sensitive equipment such as computers or laboratory instruments.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isolation_transformer

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Re: New VIC pictures discussion!!!
« Reply #139 on: February 26, 2009, 19:16:21 pm »

An isolation transformer is a transformer, often with symmetrical windings, which is used to decouple two circuits. An isolation transformer allows an AC signal or power to be taken from one device and fed into another without electrically connecting the two circuits. Isolation transformers block transmission of DC signals from one circuit to the other, but allow AC signals to pass. They also block interference caused by ground loops. Isolation transformers with electrostatic shields are used for power supplies for sensitive equipment such as computers or laboratory instruments.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isolation_transformer


this is going to sound bad but it's not and isolation transformer......it's an isolated transformer......meaning it's a pulsing transformer used to seperate circuits.....so it is not an isolation transformer but a pulse transformer.

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Re: New VIC pictures discussion!!!
« Reply #140 on: February 26, 2009, 22:10:01 pm »

Galvanic isolation is the principle of isolating functional sections of electric systems so that charge-carrying particles cannot move from one section to another, i.e. there is no electric current flowing directly from one section to the next. Energy and/or information can still be exchanged between the sections by other means, however, such as by capacitance, induction, electromagnetic waves, optical, acoustic, or mechanical means.

Galvanic isolation is used in situations where two or more electric circuits must communicate, but their grounds may be at different potentials. It is an effective method of breaking ground loops by preventing unwanted current from travelling between two units sharing a ground conductor. Galvanic isolation is also used for safety considerations, preventing accidental current from reaching the ground (the building floor) through a person's body.

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Re: New VIC pictures discussion!!!
« Reply #141 on: February 26, 2009, 22:12:26 pm »
^^ that's completely true. ^^

but there is a difference between an isolation transformer and a isolated PULSE transformer.

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Re: New VIC pictures discussion!!!
« Reply #142 on: March 02, 2009, 16:04:19 pm »
Question: Why does the VIC box have a computer plug on the end?
Answer: It attaches to the Hybrid Laser Distributer


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Re: New VIC pictures discussion!!!
« Reply #143 on: March 03, 2009, 03:09:06 am »
You miss-undertood

I used 2 TV transformers to create about 50KV potential between water.

so the Positive of one transformer was on one insolated plate, and the negative of the other transformer was on the other isolated plate.

the other 2 wires were just floating, not connected to anything, and it ionized the Air, I could smell it.

I also connected these two flowing wires to ground, to each other, only one to ground, the other to ground, using chokes, bifilar chokes, smoked some chokes. everything I could think of.

I did countless tests with HV and isolated electrodes. Not even one tini bouble. So if some people claim breaking water using isolated plates/tube they either have leaking insolation or they lying.

By the way, why do you think my screen name is Electrojolt ?

Get some super corona dope and insulate the cathode.