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Re: PWM schematic
« Reply #16 on: December 10, 2009, 02:57:51 am »
yea, understandable :)

i have really been thinking and hoping this alternator is going to provide some promising results, and i don't see why it wouldn't if it is actually the rotary "vic" and wound properly, we can clearly see it being used to run the dune buggy, and he also says he was going to get the RVIC ready for mass production

(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v81/bigbuba/Picture7-4.png)

it would be nice to know more about your experiments and winding styles, because if this thing really did work... then it's just us missing something... and if we figure it out, then it can do everything for us that it did for Stan.

One question, ok, two questions, that are on my mind for winding this, is what gage wire, and what kind of diodes to use, can you comment on that? I have no idea what the output would be, but i'm thinking 30 gage

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Re: PWM schematic
« Reply #17 on: December 10, 2009, 03:53:48 am »
that alternator never ran that car   that thing was set up their as a deternat to make people think it would run a car and it still work till today

ive tried wire from 10 to 32 gauge  what size it all trial and error
always ultra fast rectifying diode  like fes16gt  400v 16 amp  or diode equal to that  but in required voltage and amprege 

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Re: PWM schematic
« Reply #18 on: December 10, 2009, 04:11:46 am »
Thank you for the diode type, it appears to be similar to the MUR1560 which i was thinking i might try.

how do you know that was set up as a deterrent ?

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Re: PWM schematic
« Reply #19 on: December 10, 2009, 04:35:27 am »
Dudley, I got these pictures from Kevin, is this your alternator by any chance?

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Re: PWM schematic
« Reply #20 on: December 10, 2009, 04:43:54 am »
well if you look in the video you can a see the gas output by eye is clearly not alot 

even others here have been able to produce about 90 % of the amount using standard alternator and timing it to the psi gauge

the only reason the flame dosnt blow back in is because of the quenching circuit 

the gauge dosnt really drop because the torch orfice is really small  it less than .015

it works every person that ever saw a stan meyers video with vw running always assumes that the  alternator is running the car

then they look at the second alternator mounted on the car and think thats running it  but it wont work if you  change rpm

it there cause vw have a crappy generator which dosent put out at low rpm

they dont notice the giant silver box attached in front of the motor 

even if you could make the same amount of gas coming out of your cell per minute as stan has in the video  you couldnt run a 5 hp briggs with it

the tubes are so long  to act as a radiator  to keep cell from getting hot quick   

the tube being so long also allows him to put more water in container to keep it from getting hot

how long dose it take to heat 1 1/2 gallons of water 

please dont think i dont believe in the technology  cause i do very much

 just every thing he wrote on paper has purposely made  flaws in it which deter you from being able to  recreate his work

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Re: PWM schematic
« Reply #21 on: December 10, 2009, 04:46:07 am »
yes thats my alternator

if you use those diode on heat sink  like picture you must  insulate between diode and heat sink or it will short 

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Re: PWM schematic
« Reply #22 on: December 10, 2009, 04:48:53 am »
hmm, so something was running the car, what is the silver box? a solid state vic coil?

even if it was a solid state vic coil, wont the rvic act like a vic? it has all the same components

did you get amp restriction out of your vic? what kind of waveform and voltage/current? it must be similar to a vic coil...

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Re: PWM schematic
« Reply #23 on: December 10, 2009, 04:51:46 am »
i got all kinds crazy waves from mine  nothing over unity 

for most people the rotary vic is a start point it gives a good foundation  and knowledge of the wfc  i wouldnt stop on my account

yes it ran on a solid state vic

the alternator on car is a marketing ploy to get investors