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Author Topic: Allwest Power cell  (Read 19688 times)

Offline Andy Shell

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Re: Allwest Power cell
« Reply #15 on: July 22, 2014, 01:09:48 PM »
Thanks Allwest! I've been trying to find a source of Mg Al alloy in a cylinder form for quite some time now! I'll have to look into pot nitrate.

I have been using Ni-chro, Cu, & graphite paper in my most recent cells. with graphite paper I get 1.8v for the first day or two but it drops to 1.5 after that. My last 3 youtube videos show this. I was trying to exploit the high voltage anomaly shown in the video a few posts up with just Mg & Cu but it seems a waist of time as Mg ribbon wire is so birttle.

Thanks again!

Andy

Offline Allwest

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Re: Allwest Power cell
« Reply #16 on: July 23, 2014, 03:29:45 AM »
Thanks Allwest! I've been trying to find a source of Mg Al alloy in a cylinder form for quite some time now! I'll have to look into pot nitrate.

I have been using Ni-chro, Cu, & graphite paper in my most recent cells. with graphite paper I get 1.8v for the first day or two but it drops to 1.5 after that. My last 3 youtube videos show this. I was trying to exploit the high voltage anomaly shown in the video a few posts up with just Mg & Cu but it seems a waist of time as Mg ribbon wire is so birttle.

Thanks again!

Andy

Andy,
Your welcome for the mag welding rod tip
Let me know how the mag welding rod works, so far it has worked great in some test cells, much stronger than the mag ribbon 
Note: the KNO3 works like a salt bridge
I will look into using Ni-chro, Thanks 


Offline Allwest

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Re: Allwest Power cell
« Reply #17 on: September 05, 2014, 03:45:24 AM »
Hello All,

I have been working with some high amp cells, but what has impressed me the most is the low amp (20 MA) dry cell that has been running an LED for over a month holding .80 volts with no signs of depleting

I am not sure how to test this cell to see what it is capable of, the magnesium is showing very little signs of corrosion ( the magnesium I am using with this cell is a magnesium welding rod)

Right now I am measuring the volts while the cell is connected to the LED

Any help on how to long term test this would be appreciated

Thanks
Steve 

Offline Allwest

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Re: Allwest Power cell
« Reply #18 on: September 15, 2014, 12:03:22 AM »
Working on new mix designs for the higher volts with some good results, 2.7 volts for one cell

Magnesium and graphite

When this cell is first created it hits about 1.8 volts and them climbs up to about 2.250 by itself when dry

After a couple of days I charged it for about 15min with the following results 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKa90lIVB-M&feature=youtu.be