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Title: hydrostar hytronics
Post by: urthlight on October 17, 2005, 10:25:48 PM
Hello group  ,
Urthlight here, I am new to this group so I felt that introductions are in order. I have been a mechanic machinist, electronics tech, computer tech, network engineer, programmer, inventor et.al..
I just found this group through yahoo watercars. We have purchased the plans for the hydrostar system, and my job is to build the electronics unit. I was wondering if any of you guys have built this device, and would like to share your experiences with the group. I am having to rework the circuit to make it operate.  Any thoughts  any history???

c ya
urthlight
Title: Re: hydrostar hytronics
Post by: EMuntinga on February 02, 2006, 07:01:00 PM
hello ,

i have built the hydrostar and he works
but the hydrostar is no more than a powercontrol
it is not boost the hydro production but you can
control the amp's for more or less production

gr ernst muntinga the netherlands
Title: Re: hydrostar hytronics
Post by: qbjorn on July 06, 2006, 03:09:04 PM
First time I hear of 'Hydrostar', but it really seems like some scammers trying to fool people out of their money for some plans they found on the Internet.
From what I can determine, 'Hydrostar' should be the same as http://forum.osen.org/Home/tabid/36/forumid/2/tpage/1/view/topic/postid/6/Default.aspx#297 which in turn is practical construction of US patent 6126794.
Title: Re: hydrostar hytronics
Post by: CarbedNotch on January 18, 2008, 05:45:51 AM
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=120211228152&indexURL=0#ebayphotohosting

This is a hydrostar hytronics module. It comes with instructions so it will make it easy. Let us know how it works.
(http://i20.ebayimg.com/02/i/000/cf/26/02e8_3.JPG)
Title: Re: hydrostar hytronics
Post by: thecalculator on January 18, 2008, 11:04:21 PM
...
From what I can determine, 'Hydrostar' should be the same as http://forum.osen.org/Home/tabid/36/forumid/2/tpage/1/view/topic/postid/6/Default.aspx#297 which in turn is practical construction of US patent 6126794.

With regard to patent 6126794, here is one of its fundamental claims:

An apparatus comprising:

a. a container for holding a fluid solution including water;
b. a pair of electrodes arranged within said container, said electrodes being spaced apart from each other by 5 mm or less; and
c. a power supply coupled to said electrodes for providing a pulsed signal to one of said electrodes, said pulsed signal having a mark-space ratio substantially equal to 10:1 and a frequency of from 10 to 250 KHZ;
d. wherein said electrodes are adapted for submersion in said fluid solution.


Granted in 2000?   ???

Eh, a little close to Stanley's already expired patent, and the plentiful prior art in existence, no? ::)

And does that claim not go out the window, if alternative implementations instead use a mark:space ratio of...9:1, 11:1, 12:1, etc?
Title: Re: hydrostar hytronics
Post by: CarbedNotch on January 19, 2008, 12:23:23 AM
Who knows...
I'm building this PC board right now ...
Title: Re: hydrostar hytronics
Post by: CarbedNotch on January 19, 2008, 06:40:28 PM
...
From what I can determine, 'Hydrostar' should be the same as http://forum.osen.org/Home/tabid/36/forumid/2/tpage/1/view/topic/postid/6/Default.aspx#297 which in turn is practical construction of US patent 6126794.

With regard to patent 6126794, here is one of its fundamental claims:

An apparatus comprising:

a. a container for holding a fluid solution including water;
b. a pair of electrodes arranged within said container, said electrodes being spaced apart from each other by 5 mm or less; and
c. a power supply coupled to said electrodes for providing a pulsed signal to one of said electrodes, said pulsed signal having a mark-space ratio substantially equal to 10:1 and a frequency of from 10 to 250 KHZ;
d. wherein said electrodes are adapted for submersion in said fluid solution.


Granted in 2000?   ???

Eh, a little close to Stanley's already expired patent, and the plentiful prior art in existence, no? ::)

And does that claim not go out the window, if alternative implementations instead use a mark:space ratio of...9:1, 11:1, 12:1, etc?


I would like to add that the patent was placed under public domain so anyone can use it.