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Circuits I've built based on Stan's 8XA patent

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TonyWoodside:
(http://www.globalkast.com/images/tonywoodside/Digital_PWM-7.jpg)
This is the Pulsing Circuit fully adjustable from 1Hz - 10kHz. The duty cycle from the 555 chip is 95% and is then inverted by the 7404 to 5% duty cycle. All pulses from 7490 chips are 50% duty cycle.

(http://www.globalkast.com/images/tonywoodside/+5v_+12v_PowerSupply-5.jpg)
This is the Power Supply that provides +5v and +12v to the pulsing circuit. I have this power supply limited to 1A. I'm only using the +5v.

mina:

--- Quote from: TonyWoodside on July 01, 2010, 01:22:05 am ---(http://www.globalkast.com/images/tonywoodside/Digital_PWM-7.jpg)
This is the Pulsing Circuit fully adjustable from 1Hz - 10kHz. The duty cycle from the 555 chip is 95% and is then inverted by the 7404 to 5% duty cycle. All pulses from 7490 chips are 50% duty cycle.

(http://www.globalkast.com/images/tonywoodside/+5v_+12v_PowerSupply-5.jpg)
This is the Power Supply that provides +5v and +12v to the pulsing circuit. I have this power supply limited to 1A. I'm only using the +5v.

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The only problem is, the circuits do not show up in your posting as both of them never appear when the page with your post loads.
 
Regards,
mina

Steve:
It looks like that the website on which the pics are placed is not available.....
 
Steve

TonyWoodside:
Ok I have them back up and going now, my server was down. Thanks for letting me know guys.

-Tony Woodside-

charlieb000:

--- Quote from: TonyWoodside on July 01, 2010, 01:22:05 am ---This is the Pulsing Circuit fully adjustable from 1Hz - 10kHz. The duty cycle from the 555 chip is 95% and is then inverted by the 7404 to 5% duty cycle. All pulses from 7490 chips are 50% duty cycle.

This is the Power Supply that provides +5v and +12v to the pulsing circuit. I have this power supply limited to 1A. I'm only using the +5v.

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hey tony,
i cannot find the 8XA circuit online! are you able to post it?
that circuit might exist in a scarce version of MEMO 420 (might be called MEMO 420 DA) that is called 'RE: Electrical Polarization Process' which i cannot find also (the well known 420 is about the 'fracturing process')... so thanks in advance for posting...

Charlie.

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