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Author Topic: Stan Meyer "Voltage Amplitude Control"  (Read 4669 times)

Offline HeuristicObfuscation

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Stan Meyer "Voltage Amplitude Control"
« on: December 30, 2013, 12:27:23 AM »
Stan Meyer "Voltage Amplitude Control"
Stan mentions multiple times in his writings the convenience of not just controlling the pulse width but also the "voltage amplitude"

Now in Stans info we find references to "variable voltage amplitude" yet it’s usually in fixed positions in his diagrams. (Selector switch, or variac manual control etc).

What do you guys think of trying to apply a varying voltage during a repetitive pulse train?
Usually we only apply a fixed voltage pulse. And if we get it right this charges the cell.
Now imagine a step increasing voltage amplitude pulse. During step charging our cell. Acording to stan it should enhance the polarization process.

Let me know what you guys think, should i follow this rabbit?

In the video bellow I attempt to explain how to achieve this electronically using a
sequential circuit to trigger multiple SCR gates sequentially during repetitive pulse trains.

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Re: Stan Meyer "Voltage Amplitude Control"
« Reply #1 on: January 05, 2014, 04:30:38 AM »

Had to test the sequential circuit.  so here it is bellow driving the cells.....still waiting on parts....
more testings to performe, video bellow enjoy....