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Stanley Meyer Step Charging Via VIC.

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Hydrocars:
Between 10 and 20MHZ, MegaHertz!

You look for "Ringing", Voltages as small as 12 volts will work with distilled water. Try it!

Hydrocars:
Stevie, if you can search and find my old alternator setup diagram I drew in paintshop , looked like I drew it with a crayon, I will tell all of you a secret... It was also posted on waterfuelcell.org, I can not find it anywhere.

Hydrocars:
I would still like to have that pic, but anways, here is a tip, "for the alternator setup".  and, self resonance..

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Steve:

--- Quote from: Hydrocars on April 17, 2019, 07:51:33 am ---Stevie, if you can search and find my old alternator setup diagram I drew in paintshop , looked like I drew it with a crayon, I will tell all of you a secret... It was also posted on waterfuelcell.org, I can not find it anywhere.

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You self deleted all those pics.... :(

We used the power of the charged wfc to power the rotor of the alternator.
So, we charged the wfc with external power and then let it ran

Hydrocars:
Stevie, we charged the roter for a brief second, I used it without a fuel cell many times on other things. But the diodes I had is why I got a different result, I'm just now realizing that! Also, these diodes, OMG, I'll update this later 🤔

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