A new idea for HHO production?
Or just an half backed one ?
A couple of weeks ago, I stumbled upon this very youtube video from user TheGuru2You:
I copied the circuit from the screen, here it is:
>>> So this cap the must be well chosen.
Today (15/05/11) I decided to reproduce this circuit.
I did not use any HHO cell, neither a big transistor, as I just wanted to test the circuit.
I tried it with the following specifications:
L1 and L2 are a toroidal bifilar coil.
Measured inductances = 2 * 0.31 milli Henry.
The transistor is a 2N2222.
The HHO cell is replaced by a mere 92 nano Farad (measured) capacitor.
The voltage, the resistances and the potentiometer are the same.
I did not use a 50 micro Farad cap because I found it too big. I first used a 22 micro Farad one.
After some explorations with the 10 K pot , I managed to trigger the CCT and got this kinda 'hacked' wave form:
Then I tried a 10 micro farad cap and I got the same type of wave form.
Finally, I tried a 1 micro farad cap and I was able got get a continuous wave form:
Some ' zooms":
I measured a frequency of about 23.1 KHZ.
The "'theoretical " frequency, according to Thomson formulas is 29.7 KHZ.
My freq. is about 20% lesser. According to measurement errors and
parasitic resistances, I consider that this CCT is working.
Thanks to TheGuru2You and also to ZeroFossillFuel and a third guy, whom I missed the name
and who are mentioned in the video...
BTW, here is my setup :
To be more precise, I put the 'dots' here :
Now, what is the new idea ?
According to these facts:
1) Jean Louis Naudin seems to have got some success in a , not completely finished (?), Stanley Meyer 's WFC replication: http://jnaudin.free.fr/wfc/index.htm
He uses pulsed HT (1.4 kilo Volts) and managed to make some gas out of distilled water electrolysis.
2) Bob Boyce get indisputable results with "mixed pulsed currents."
He use 3 mains frequencies :
42800 Hz , 42800 / 2 = 21400 Hz and 42800 / 4 = 10700 Hz (lower octaves harmonics).
So, what about mixing the two processes?
1) What about using 1000 to 1200 volts in the "Self powering resonant circuit" instead of only 12 volts?
It exists, at least; one transistor that could do the job, it is the BU508.
The complete Data Sheet can be found here: http://freenrg.info/DataSheets/BU508.pdf
2) What about using an old fashioned Air Variable Capacitor to get the 42800 Hz frequency?
This kinda 'beast" ( 2 * 30-500 pico Farad)