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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #32 on: April 29, 2010, 19:41:20 pm »
yea, I'll try and make my own step up transformer, not sure the turns he used, but i'll use a small flyback core and see what it can do.

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #33 on: April 29, 2010, 19:43:36 pm »
wouldn't it be better to evaluate first that the gas is from voltage and not from current? doesn't look like it's soo much gas.

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #34 on: April 29, 2010, 21:17:13 pm »
Hi donald

can you please make an schematic drawing of what you are testing exactly? add where you are measuring voltage and amperage too please.

This way we can understand better what are you doing.

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #35 on: April 29, 2010, 21:26:21 pm »
wouldn't it be better to evaluate first that the gas is from voltage and not from current? doesn't look like it's soo much gas.

The fact that  there is high voltage  across the water-gap (dead short condition), is a giant step in solving this technology. This is the way to go!

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #36 on: April 29, 2010, 22:00:24 pm »
sebosfato, anyone who knows anything about Stan's Water Fuel Cell knows exactly what I'm doing. This is called the Voltage Intensifier Circuit, and the videos are perfectly clear.

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #37 on: April 29, 2010, 23:03:14 pm »
I know donald

just din't find it that clear... for me you are having something strange going with your meters...
When i was trying my recirculating current theory, i noticed many times 80kv everywhere but wasn't true...  was the meters wrong because i was not using ground

here you see a video i did today with a full wave rectified 220v from wall into the water using a two cylinders one inside the other. Now i want to add my pulse circuit in the middle to apply hi frequency and try to find some resonance....

It start with 10 amps and than when water gets hot it drops to 5

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #38 on: April 30, 2010, 00:34:51 am »
I seen where you stated that you still got high voltage across the cell without the chokes, But you didn't say what type of water you was using. Distilled water allows high voltages.

Do you get high voltages across the cell when the cell contains TAP water? Is your tap water cleaner than the normal?

Try the step up without the chokes on "Tap water" and report back, Then try the same with chokes.

I stated for yall to use the chokes on Tap water, or a "conductive" water load, And with HV light in parallel. The lite should light proving high voltage across conductive water. If you remove My choke, The light should Not light.

Leave the conductive water, and the lite in parallell and then try your own chokes to see if they are worthy, I doubt most of the chokes you have will work.

GET THE BULB TO LIGHT IN PARALLEL WITH THE FUEL CELL CONTAING A CONDUCTIVE TYPE WATER. HOW MANY CHOKES DO YOU HAVE THAT WILL ALLOW THIS?

Of course, voltage will go high on distilled water, "its not very conductive."

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Gas Production is not important, You're looking at the voltage across the Conductive Tap water. How much voltage can you put across the tap water? And,,,,

Can you Do it without the use of my choke? Meaning Try your own chokes with the lite in parallel to see if its what you thought.

Again, Leave the Distilled water alone until you're on the right track, distilled or clean is confusing you.

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #39 on: April 30, 2010, 01:38:24 am »
Will do, thanks

I counted the turns on one of the primaries on the step up transformer:
80 turns
0.022" dia wire