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Author Topic: Bob Boyce Hex Controller  (Read 77445 times)

Offline Paul-R

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Re: Bob Boyce Hex Controller
« Reply #30 on: February 12, 2010, 09:26:25 PM »
What pdf?
I am not sure that I am right here, but it may be that this is what is meant:
http://www.free-energy-info.co.uk/D9.pdf

Offline CLaNZeR

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Re: Bob Boyce Hex Controller
« Reply #31 on: May 06, 2010, 11:26:26 PM »
I seemed to of missed this one, too much time playing with Steorn.

Going to order the toroid kit tomorrow and have a play.

The pulse circuit should be easy enough to knock together.

Cheers

Sean.


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Re: Bob Boyce Hex Controller
« Reply #32 on: May 07, 2010, 04:09:26 PM »
I seemed to of missed this one, too much time playing with Steorn.

Going to order the toroid kit tomorrow and have a play.

The pulse circuit should be easy enough to knock together.

Cheers

Sean.

Sean, looks like you left the Steorn replications.
Where they not successful?

B.t.w. I've replicated this Bob Boyce setup, with the only difference being that I used normal enameled copper wire instead of the silver coated wire.
I copied the hex controller easily, although I am not completely sure about the big orange capacitor Bob uses on his controller. I assumed it was connected to the MOSFET side connection of all three coils, acting as a charge buffer.



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Re: Bob Boyce Hex Controller
« Reply #33 on: May 07, 2010, 04:52:29 PM »
Hello teslaalset
Were you successful in your replication? I mean with OU

Offline CLaNZeR

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Re: Bob Boyce Hex Controller
« Reply #34 on: May 07, 2010, 05:14:55 PM »
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[A author=teslaalset link=topic=8289.msg240593#msg240593 date=1273241366]
Sean, looks like you left the Steorn replications.
Where they not successful?


Let's just say, doing the Steorn stuff has stopped being fun and I do thi for a hobby and all hobbies should be fun  ;D

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B.t.w. I've replicated this Bob Boyce setup, with the only difference being that I used normal enameled copper wire instead of the silver coated wire.
I copied the hex controller easily, although I am not completely sure about the big orange capacitor Bob uses on his controller. I assumed it was connected to the MOSFET side connection of all three coils, acting as a charge buffer.

Did you post any progress on a thread I can check out?

Ordered the toroid kit this morning and a few emails going back and forth from certain people, which I hope will help.

I have not zoomed in and studied the PCB for the controller but did see the nice big cap there in the middle.

Will be using a Pic Chip this end as usual and the pulse seems to be around 42khz with a pulse width of 2.5uS. Is this about the speed you used?

Cheers

Sean.


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Re: Bob Boyce Hex Controller
« Reply #35 on: May 07, 2010, 06:31:56 PM »
Did you post any progress on a thread I can check out?

Ordered the toroid kit this morning and a few emails going back and forth from certain people, which I hope will help.

I have not zoomed in and studied the PCB for the controller but did see the nice big cap there in the middle.

Will be using a Pic Chip this end as usual and the pulse seems to be around 42khz with a pulse width of 2.5uS. Is this about the speed you used?

No, I didn't post results, since I only did initial experiments which didn 't have a positive outcome w.r.t. COP>1
I used 125 ns pulses with various frequencies.
My experiment were stalled because I am spending time now on SSOrbo in my scarce freetime.


There are two Yahoo groups that discusses the controller that you might find interesting:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/b-hex/
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/WorkingWatercar/?yguid=47756180
It takes some time to get onboard of these groups, since they are moderated and you need to be approaved as member.

Another thread that could be of interest is following:
http://www.waterfuelforall.com/forum/index.php?topic=423.0

None of them show successful replication though.

I am not absolutely negative about this technology, but it is more complex that simply replicating what can be found public.
Once I will seize my research on SSorbo I will pick up this topic again as well.





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Re: Bob Boyce Hex Controller
« Reply #36 on: May 07, 2010, 07:10:41 PM »
Thanks for the links.

Have had a few emails from people since I posted that I was going to give this a go, so looking good and hopefully a bit of help out there.

Good luck with the SS-Orbo that end, I spent weeks logging data on the scope with my rig. Reckon they might have something there, it is all the other BS I do not like. But will not go into that here LOL !

Cheers

Sean.


No, I didn't post results, since I only did initial experiments which didn 't have a positive outcome w.r.t. COP>1
I used 125 ns pulses with various frequencies.
My experiment were stalled because I am spending time now on SSOrbo in my scarce freetime.


There are two Yahoo groups that discusses the controller that you might find interesting:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/b-hex/
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/WorkingWatercar/?yguid=47756180
It takes some time to get onboard of these groups, since they are moderated and you need to be approaved as member.

Another thread that could be of interest is following:
http://www.waterfuelforall.com/forum/index.php?topic=423.0

None of them show successful replication though.

I am not absolutely negative about this technology, but it is more complex that simply replicating what can be found public.
Once I will seize my research on SSorbo I will pick up this topic again as well.

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Re: Bob Boyce Hex Controller
« Reply #37 on: May 07, 2010, 07:29:58 PM »
Thanks for the links.

Have had a few emails from people since I posted that I was going to give this a go, so looking good and hopefully a bit of help out there.

Good luck with the SS-Orbo that end, I spent weeks logging data on the scope with my rig. Reckon they might have something there, it is all the other BS I do not like. But will not go into that here LOL !

Cheers

Sean.

I am not part of SKDB, so probably I should not call my privat research SSOrbo because of that. I have my own insights by now, gathered by the findings of many others.

Sad to hear you did not like the process over-there. Time will learn whether it will produce the info we are all yearning for.

I'll monitor this thread, so where possible I will answer further questions, if there are any.

I guess we all are glad to see you back here at Overunity. Have fun!
 

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Re: Bob Boyce Hex Controller
« Reply #38 on: May 24, 2010, 02:38:22 PM »
Still waiting for the Toroid kit this end, seems to be a delay.

But this has given me chance to get the Interface finished, along with a easy to use windows GUI to program the pulse sequence.

Full build details as usual are here http://www.overunity.org.uk/showthread.php?t=496

Have attached a few pictures below.


Offline Feb2006

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Re: Bob Boyce Hex Controller
« Reply #39 on: May 24, 2010, 05:47:11 PM »
Bob_Boyce-TPU.pdf
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http://mazeto.net/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=4252.0;attach=12032

might help if you haven't read it yet, god luck and take care !


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Re: Bob Boyce Hex Controller
« Reply #40 on: August 18, 2010, 03:32:59 AM »
Can somebody tell me what the "danger" is as referred to by Boyce and Watky-whatever1 guy?

Is it some threat by MIB types to give cancer to anyone who succeeds?  I don't understand.

Thanks,
Eighthman

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Re: Bob Boyce Hex Controller
« Reply #41 on: March 06, 2012, 02:57:43 PM »
P.S.  I wrote that entire Bob Boyce PDF, and may release it all soon.  And this copy is missing three fourths of it.  FYI
Cheers,
 
Bruce

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Re: Bob Boyce Hex Controller
« Reply #42 on: March 06, 2012, 07:46:28 PM »

P.S.  I wrote that entire Bob Boyce PDF, and may release it all soon.  And this copy is missing three fourths of it.  FYI
Cheers,
 
Bruce



Hi Bruce,


I've enjoyed your series "How to Build ...... TPU" and can't wait to jump in on that, but I've committed myself to first finishing my PPC project ... "PPC" stands for 'Poly Phase Controller'. 


The allure of Wacky's 'self charging battery' demo on YouTube captured much attention.  I set out to replicate it, but simply refused to commit to learning micro-code and all of the hardware issues, accompanying.  I also noticed that interest went cold with other experimenters too ...  just because of the 'micro-thing', so I set out to design a poly phase controller based on the building block principle that uses a silicon oscillator clock for precision, a frequency board and 1 or more phase boards ... all simply controlled by DIP Switch Input to establish Frequency & Phase Angles ... and NO programming skills required.  The stability is as good as with a micro, but I can't compare resolutions yet.  Right now I'm only thumping along at 4MHz clock speed.


Some of you may have already seen some of this development on my YouTube channel "gmeast". 


I finished populating my first phase board PCB and 'cabled' it to the frequency board PCB.  Below is a picture of the complete setup:

I have had several very good and informative private email exchanges with Bob Boyce with regards to some specifics dealing with choke specs, controller placement (relative to the Toroid), other specifics re: the MOSFET driver ... which one? and he says the UCC27322 (non-inverting) driver chip (with inhibit) is the way to go .... and more ... and also offered encouragement and NO 'negatives' as for what I'm trying to accomplish in hardware. 

Anyway, best to you Bruce and everyone,

Greg


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Re: Bob Boyce Hex Controller
« Reply #43 on: March 06, 2012, 09:11:19 PM »



Hi Bruce,


I've enjoyed your series "How to Build ...... TPU" and can't wait to jump in on that, but I've committed myself to first finishing my PPC project ... "PPC" stands for 'Poly Phase Controller'. 


The allure of Wacky's 'self charging battery' demo on YouTube captured much attention.  I set out to replicate it, but simply refused to commit to learning micro-code and all of the hardware issues, accompanying.  I also noticed that interest went cold with other experimenters too ...  just because of the 'micro-thing', so I set out to design a poly phase controller based on the building block principle that uses a silicon oscillator clock for precision, a frequency board and 1 or more phase boards ... all simply controlled by DIP Switch Input to establish Frequency & Phase Angles ... and NO programming skills required.  The stability is as good as with a micro, but I can't compare resolutions yet.  Right now I'm only thumping along at 4MHz clock speed.


Some of you may have already seen some of this development on my YouTube channel "gmeast". 


I finished populating my first phase board PCB and 'cabled' it to the frequency board PCB.  Below is a picture of the complete setup:

I have had several very good and informative private email exchanges with Bob Boyce with regards to some specifics dealing with choke specs, controller placement (relative to the Toroid), other specifics re: the MOSFET driver ... which one? and he says the UCC27322 (non-inverting) driver chip (with inhibit) is the way to go .... and more ... and also offered encouragement and NO 'negatives' as for what I'm trying to accomplish in hardware. 

Anyway, best to you Bruce and everyone,

Greg

Nice work Greg.  People seldom realize that Bob too uses harmonics but in a different way, with his hydroxy experiments.  Send me a pm and let's chat.  I would gladly send you the complete PDF if it might assist you in your work. 
 
Cheers,
 
Bruce

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Re: Bob Boyce Hex Controller
« Reply #44 on: March 07, 2012, 02:29:43 AM »



Hi Bruce,


I've enjoyed your series "How to Build ...... TPU" and can't wait to jump in on that, but I've committed myself to first finishing my PPC project ... "PPC" stands for 'Poly Phase Controller'. 


The allure of Wacky's 'self charging battery' demo on YouTube captured much attention.  I set out to replicate it, but simply refused to commit to learning micro-code and all of the hardware issues, accompanying.  I also noticed that interest went cold with other experimenters too ...  just because of the 'micro-thing', so I set out to design a poly phase controller based on the building block principle that uses a silicon oscillator clock for precision, a frequency board and 1 or more phase boards ... all simply controlled by DIP Switch Input to establish Frequency & Phase Angles ... and NO programming skills required.  The stability is as good as with a micro, but I can't compare resolutions yet.  Right now I'm only thumping along at 4MHz clock speed.


Some of you may have already seen some of this development on my YouTube channel "gmeast". 


I finished populating my first phase board PCB and 'cabled' it to the frequency board PCB.  Below is a picture of the complete setup:

I have had several very good and informative private email exchanges with Bob Boyce with regards to some specifics dealing with choke specs, controller placement (relative to the Toroid), other specifics re: the MOSFET driver ... which one? and he says the UCC27322 (non-inverting) driver chip (with inhibit) is the way to go .... and more ... and also offered encouragement and NO 'negatives' as for what I'm trying to accomplish in hardware. 

Anyway, best to you Bruce and everyone,

Greg


Hey Greg,


I am eagerly watching your videos now. I am very interested in that project. Can you share some of the info Bob gave you?


Many thanks,


Fausto.