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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #120 on: December 25, 2011, 03:48:01 am »
You need to also remember that each resonant cavity and VIC transformer are matched. For example, lets say the coil will resonant at 3.5kHz, well the resonant cavity needs to also resonant at 3.5kHz. They have to be matched, just like a coil and antenna of a radio.

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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #121 on: December 27, 2011, 04:49:42 am »
I'm having a sale this week on the Complete VIC circuit, 10% OFF
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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #122 on: December 27, 2011, 17:01:12 pm »
meyer did it well...

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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #123 on: December 27, 2011, 19:13:39 pm »
Awesome, have you been selling a lot of them?

I've been working on my own design for a while,
and honestly If you guys look at the time and effort it
takes  to design, build, test, redesign etc I think
 it's cheaper just to buy one....i'll be buying one soon.

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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #124 on: December 27, 2011, 19:40:29 pm »
Awesome, have you been selling a lot of them?

I've been working on my own design for a while,
and honestly If you guys look at the time and effort it
takes  to design, build, test, redesign etc I think
 it's cheaper just to buy one....i'll be buying one soon.

Yea I started selling them back in July and sold out of them pretty quick. I have made so changes on the current ones that I am selling and they have been selling pretty good as well. I have a limited supply available and I also have kits available as well. It usually takes about 2 to 3 hours to complete one board. Yea you are right about the time and effort to build and design the boards. It took several months to back engineer this circuit and come up with the design.

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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #125 on: December 27, 2011, 20:33:16 pm »
Dear Tony:

I wish you well in 2012 with your enterprise.  Are you interested in sharing how you determine the resonant frequency of your average 3 inch ss tube set?  much obliged..

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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #126 on: December 28, 2011, 10:35:25 am »
Awesome, have you been selling a lot of them?

I've been working on my own design for a while,
and honestly If you guys look at the time and effort it
takes  to design, build, test, redesign etc I think
 it's cheaper just to buy one....i'll be buying one soon.

Yea I started selling them back in July and sold out of them pretty quick. I have made so changes on the current ones that I am selling and they have been selling pretty good as well. I have a limited supply available and I also have kits available as well. It usually takes about 2 to 3 hours to complete one board. Yea you are right about the time and effort to build and design the boards. It took several months to back engineer this circuit and come up with the design.

Hi Tony
with the greatest of respect you have done very well to re engineer the circuit and it is an enterprising person to market the product for the hard toil. It is an achievement to do so. For an educational and scientific view it is a worthy pursuit that should have its rewards.

The fact is no one so far has openly reported absolute success with non electrolyte 100% water cells that run an engine 100% conclusively.

I have always thought of the issue as.... is the entire circuit in its meyer form absolutely necessary and can the component count be reduced for smaller circuit board size.?

 I know people have been told go study the science and electronics to experiment at the level others have. I also know people who have experimented extensively with electrolyte cells, gaps, voltage and % savings off current fuel usage and im told they get gains of between 20 to 40% whilst finding how to keep cells at about 2v and running cool and no or very little contaminant buildup in the cell.

So where to from here? a booster cell for current vehicle efficiency or 100% water as fuel........?

Over the next year I intend to study at my pace the Arduino microprocessor to replace the signal generation portion of the circuit that relies upon a mains supply and frequency as a core frequency for the circuit operation. What I dont know yet is the microprocessor programming (and how to use the 8 PWM they have) and how to properly implement the resonant scanning to raise the rate of scanning and reduce the scanning time to lock on.

To my mind theres 3 distinct sections: the pulse and timing and resonant scanning, 2 The Vic coil and 3 the Cell itself.

Perhaps advancing past the idea of using cells and to the injector and gas processor might be a worthy focus.


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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #127 on: December 28, 2011, 19:08:06 pm »
Yea you can pretty much reduce the size by using micro-controllers to simulate what this circuit does. You can use chips such as the 68HC11 to do just this. You can also use PID's chips. The 68HC11's can be a bit tricky in programming compared to a PID. The PID's are pretty easy to program, as the program itself is setup like MultiSim where you just build a simulation circuit and then download the schematic to the chip and there you have it all in one chip. As of right now these VIC circuits are for testing purposes, as more needs to be learned and studies to make a car 100% water efficient.