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Re: Complete VIC Circuit- but couldnt work? :(
« Reply #8 on: October 15, 2014, 22:26:07 pm »
Thanks for your answer and couraging me  sebosfato :)

I read Tonys message on this forum and use his pcb from his site . also I asked him is it ok. maybe I make some mistake while structred  parts of circuit.
anyway no problem. I am studying and reading about stanley meyer, :)

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Re: Complete VIC Circuit- but couldnt work? :(
« Reply #9 on: October 15, 2014, 22:50:39 pm »
hi friends Steve and Sebosfato
Is there any users  or install manual about Tony woodside pcb circuit. Do you know ?
I mean after instructed circuit like Tonys make, what must we do for perfect work circuit? is there any document about this? do you know ? Thanks so much

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Re: Complete VIC Circuit- but couldnt work? :(
« Reply #10 on: June 22, 2023, 18:10:37 pm »
Hi everyone,
 I have a problem. please help me. I download and built   from www.globalkast.com  , by  tony woodside,   Complete VIC Circuit  .  Everything is  ok ,  I use 12 volt but it couldn't work. Where  am I is wrong. I havent  make any adjust. I added  some pictures . only two leds lighting .  Also I couldnt  get any square wave in oscilloscop :(. is there anyone to help me ?
Thanks


You should certainly watch Valentin Petkov's videos. He has shown it working and his testing as well with details and references to patents. https://www.youtube.com/@valyonpz/videos

You also need to consider:

1. Your metal tubes in your cell will need to be approximately 14mm apart.
2. Charging choke will need to be tuned for your cell.
3. The resonant frequency will need to be dialed in with an oscilloscope
3. This frequency will change as the water breaks down. Thus why Stan created the PLL circuit and scanning circuit to dial in on it.

Hope this helps!