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Meyer-Photogrammetry Buggy Panel (revised)
« on: March 01, 2011, 12:36:42 pm »
Rough photo clip with highlighted areas of interest( Source WTVN video clip)
Labelling "Master Panel xxxxxx"
 
Left side of panel
 
1. Rheostat (Variac type)     circled red
2  Panel Meter                    circled  red
3. Panel Meter                    circled red
4. Circular pressure Gauge   (note angled indicator position)  circle red/blue
 
Midlle Part of  panel
 
2 columns of  10 toggles  switches each  column circled red
1 column of ??  blue
 
Right side of panel
 
1 column of 10 toggle switches
1 column of ?
 
Form and function
Stan needs to control and monitor voltage, pressure, amperage
 
picture 2
 
argument 578:55::<val>:1.120
11.77
rnd 0.25
12.0
 
Proposed control    four 9 tube arrays   9 switches , one for each tube 1 for grounding plate
Variac voltage control,   volts,amperage,and pressure gauges.
 
This is similar to the toggle arring the SME1 video                              thanks mina
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Re: Meyer-Photogrammetry Buggy Panel
« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2011, 14:53:08 pm »
Actually i think that stan used the alternator as the source of the signal for the resonance and used a variable speed motor to tune in to the resonance...


Than he might have controlled the gas generated by raising the voltage in the field coil of the alternator. If he raise the voltage probably raise the load in the motor so he might have needed to adjust to maintain the resonance...