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Author Topic: WFC replication  (Read 4594 times)

Offline philm

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WFC replication
« on: December 02, 2014, 01:16:12 AM »
Hello everyone,


I am starting a new thread to post my progress and results as the previous thread needed some help. Mainly, it was the large pictures.


So, today, I fired up the cell and I took a scope shot of what the input to the water capacitor looks like. Now, I am only inputting 5 V into my system (primary). If I remember correctly, I think my current was around 1 A. I do not know what the current is through the secondary. I have not debugged the sensor circuit yet but in time, I will have waveforms for the current.


Now, the probe I was using is a 15 kV probe. 1000x but my scope can only do 100x so multiply all voltages by 10.


The first picture is a picture of the finished cell! The next picture is the voltage waveform.


Enjoy and let me know what you think. Also, if you are interested in the originals, please let me know and I will try to PM them to you or email.


Also, please suggest anything that worked with your cell as I am still in the adjustment phase. Still trying to find resonance but I do have manual control. The waveform pic was with a gated frequency of 1700 hz comprised of about 10 pulses. Oh and this is the first time that I turned on the cell. Still making some changes to the circuit.