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Stanley Meyer => Stanley Meyer => Stanley's Vic => Topic started by: Dankie on February 02, 2009, 04:41:53 am

Title: PLL resonant locking
Post by: Hidden on February 02, 2009, 04:41:53 am
So it appears that the PLL circuit provided by Stan is somewhat functionnal , it might not be the best but still we have something here . I feel like once we get a proof of concept VIC the natural next setp will be to start working on Stan's electronics .

It appears also that you can install a pickup coil whenever you want so its not something thats drastic for now , where you install this coil I am still unsure tho , it appears it was in the "middle" ...

Title: Re: PLL resonant locking
Post by: Hidden on February 02, 2009, 17:26:17 pm
I see , Electrojolt did say the same thing to me ...

Title: Re: PLL resonant locking
Post by: Hidden on February 02, 2009, 18:19:10 pm
And since the pickup can be added last. After the VIC is actually working, then we can even make it loose so we can test it in several locations along the VIC. but I don't think it will matter.
Title: Re: PLL resonant locking
Post by: Hidden on February 19, 2009, 07:57:02 am
So it seems like the VIC coil 6-1 is indeed this pulsing core design , unless Stan had another all-in-1 wich we dont know about .

It seems like the circuit is complete from the looks of it , we have a driver circuit and everything else . But this driver is meant to work with the PLL so that means we gotta get everything working just to get our driver circuit working

What we need is an easy , inexpensive tester circuit that can replace the terribly flawed lawton circuit . After we see our desired results we then install the other circuit  .

We need to let the water relax , if everybody here is complaining about not seeing success with Stan , its probably because you are not even gating your signal . Odds are you have a lawton circuit so that means its impossible for you to gate properly .
Title: Re: PLL resonant locking
Post by: Hidden on February 19, 2009, 08:41:55 am
Odds are you have a lawton circuit so that means its impossible for you to gate properly .
wait what?.....do you know what gating is?.....do you have a lawton circuit? have you gated anything before?.......that is the only thing the lawton circuit provides perfectly......it's a pain in the *  to get 50 percent duty cycle......but every basic function can be accomplished with the lawton circuit....except sweeping.
Title: Re: PLL resonant locking
Post by: Hidden on February 19, 2009, 16:02:31 pm
I will soon post a stable circuit to replace Lawton gating circuit.


Title: Re: PLL resonant locking
Post by: Hidden on February 19, 2009, 17:26:13 pm
thank you for working on making a better pwm electojolt
!

outlawstc
Title: Re: PLL resonant locking
Post by: Hidden on February 19, 2009, 17:35:54 pm
yes , we will all send a generous donation to Electrojolt for this favor
Title: Re: PLL resonant locking
Post by: Hidden on February 19, 2009, 18:43:03 pm
http://pyroflatulence.tv/?p=45

http://pyroflatulence.tv/?author=2
Title: Re: PLL resonant locking
Post by: Hidden on February 19, 2009, 19:52:35 pm
Its nice to see the circuit actually works . I wonder how good it would work with an all-in-1 VIC .

We are really getting deep into Meyers now , everything has been revealed , this shit is biblical .

And this guy is just a dream come true , thx alot for this thread , will learn alot from this thread .
Title: Re: PLL resonant locking
Post by: Hidden on February 19, 2009, 20:47:21 pm
Take a look at our other topic

http://www.ionizationx.com/index.php/topic,344.0.html

I have there a schematic with the TL 594 and also one with the 556
Both with gatings.

br
Steve
Title: Re: PLL resonant locking
Post by: Hidden on February 20, 2009, 19:03:43 pm
from that site
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Note: I just saw something strange.  I noticed that after I turned the power off, the test cell had some voltage still on it.  I thought the scope was just decalibrated, but on GND it was at center.  Flipped back to DC, it was still showing 1.75 volts DC offset, same as in the picture above (the line at center of the waveform).  Huh?  I disconnected one of the cell wires, and the voltage is still there.  As much as I can figure, the cell is pulling some DC from the scope, and when it gets to the forward bias of the blocking diode, it stops.  So I short the cell, and it bounces back to about 0.6 volts.  I turned the circuit on, and voltage rose slowly to around 1.8 volts DC offset.  I turned the power off again, and it stays around 1.7V.  It looks like it’s sinking, very very slowly.  It’s a little weird.  It’s actually acting like… a capacitor?  Naw, that couldn’t happen.  Okay, I disconnected the scope, shorted the cell, reconnected the scope (0 volts), and then unshorted the cell.  The voltage started rising.  It’s acting like a capacitor and charging from the oscilloscope probe leakage.  Very cool, that’s a nice clue.  If I’m right.  It’s been a long day, I might be hallucinating.
Reminds me of bedini's negative energy effect on a battery as shown in EFTV 7