8XA Stanley Meyer

EPP Electrical Polarization Process - Bench top Unit

The 8xa is a square wave pulse with a 50% duty cycle, the 120 hz rectified house power is gated with the 8xa.

 

or more information, look my previous Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42ygEyRW4PQ

 


Tap water, without electrolyte
"Non-Regulated" 12 Volts Car Alternator
Pulce Frequency to the Cell - 943 Hz
"Gate" Frequency - 2 Hz
Voltage to the Cell - 148 Volts
Car Alternator's RPM - 10000 min-1

My circuit diagram:
http://alfa.kachi-snimka.info/images-2013/viu1467775093e.JPG

Dave Lawton's replication circuit:
http://alfa.kachi-snimka.info/images-2013/viu1468991760r.jpg

Stanley Meyer's 8XA working Circuit diagram:
http://alfa.kachi-snimka.info/images-2013/jdv1468769704m.jpg

Stanley Meyer's Patent US4798661A:
http://www.google.com/patents/US4798661
"The output voltages from the secondary windings 46 is relatively high and is in the order of two hundred (200) volts".

Can the Supply voltage variations to Variac effect the out come? YES

Stan Meyer's 8XA circuit has one serious drawback - if network frequency (110 Volts / 60 Hz) is change, "Step Charge" settings too changing. As you know, the network frequency is vary!

For High Efficient Electrolysis, Stan Meyer use three basic principle:
1. "Beat Frequencies" for creating "Step charge effect"
2. "Gated signal" for Decreasing current leak, but keep voltage between the Cell electrodes !!!!!
3. Two or more serial connected Water Fuel Cells - "Еxcitor Array" for Decreasing current leak.

If use 25.1 Hz, effects is produced both !
(Supply frequency 50 Hz / 220 Volts, after 4-diode rectifier 100 Hz)

Stan Meyer's Patent 4.798.661:
The pulsed d.c. voltage, the duty cycle pulses, the resistor from negative to ground, the serial connections of the exciters, and the plate resistor in series with a variable resistor between the negative plate and ground, is a sequence of circuits that conteract the electron leakage with increased voltage. Similarly, the same sequence individually and in combination are equally applicable with respect to the variation of plate spacing to vary the rate of generation of the gasses but yet, to restrict electron leakage.

 

The voltage levels from 0 volts upward will be dependant on the physical parameters of the apparatus

 

. In one typical structure of the apparatus the voltage was varied from zero (0) volts to 45 volts.

 

In a smaller structure, the voltage levels of FIG. 8 were utilized.

Stanley Meyer's 8XA with Bifilar inductor:

 

Andrija Puharich circuit diagram with two inductors:

 

Modifying circuit diagram with MOSFET:

 

Andrija Puharich Patent US 4,394,230:

 

How to wind 8XA 

 

2 15 foot lengths of wirepaper is 1.25 inch wide

7 inch long then

4 wraps of tapeone wrap of 18 ga wire,

13 turns6 wraps of tapeone wrap of wire ,

13 turns6 wraps of tapeone wrap of wire ,

13 turns6 wraps of tapeone wrap of wire,

13 turns2 wraps of tape

Stan Meyer  Stanley HHo H2 8XA   More RPM, Power Gas more Power For more information, look my previous Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42ygEyRW4PQ

 

Tap water, without electrolyte
I use "Non-Regulated" 12 Volts Car Alternator


Pulce Frequency to the Cell - about 650 Hz
"Gate" Frequency - about 2 Hz


Voltage to the Cell - about 90 Volts
Car Alternator RPM - about 5800 min-1

 

My circuit diagram:
http://alfa.kachi-snimka.info/images-2013/viu1467775093e.JPG

 

Dave Lawton's replication circuit:
http://alfa.kachi-snimka.info/images-2013/viu1468991760r.jpg

 

Stanley Meyer's 8XA working Circuit diagram:
http://alfa.kachi-snimka.info/images-2013/jdv1468769704m.jpg

 

Stanley Meyer's Patent US4798661A:
http://www.google.com/patents/US4798661


"The output voltages from the secondary windings 46 is relatively high and is in the order of two hundred (200) volts".

Stan Meyer's 8XA circuit has one serious drawback - if network frequency (110 Volts / 60 Hz) is change, "Step Charge" settings too changing. As you know, the network frequency is vary!

 

Generator is created with LM 566 - VCO (Voltage Controlled Oscillator)
For prevent overheating resistors,

Ultra High Power SCR is controled by other Low Power SCR - Darlington cirquit

 

My modifying 8XA circuit:
http://prikachi.com/images/441/6251441K.jpg

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