9XD Power Supply Card Stanley Meyer

Power supply card ,the meyer 9xd is just power for the circuit.

 

Today is your lucky day 

Here is the Gerber file for 9XD circuit 

power supply regulation 
9XD 

step down transformer.....full wave rectifier.......smoothing capacitors....voltage regulators ....smoothing caps 

120 volts from the wall AC 
the step down transformer turns the 120 volts AC into 14 to 36 volts AC 
the full wave bridged rectifier turns that into pulsed DC 
the smoothing capacitor removes the pulsed ripple and makes a clean DC 
the regulator maintains the output voltage. 7805 is 5 volts and 7812 is 12 volt. extra voltage is given off as heat. 
the other cap is then used to smooth the ripple from the regulator 

out goes a clean voltage to the pulse circuit 

AC power 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alternating_current 

transformer 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transformer 

diode bridge 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diode_bridge 

smoothing capacitor 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reservoir_capacitor 

78xx series voltage regulators 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/78xx 

DC power 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Direct_current

The 9XD is Shown here inside a  Voltage Intensifier Box , that was used for patent application process by Stanley Meyer .  The Box would Run on Main Power and Turn 110/220 to DC 12v and 5 v. 

 

Stanley Meyer use a Variac inside this Box pulsed with 8XA/9XA 555 and frequency ship set array which was inverted aprox 5 khz. 

there is a SCR Daughter board type switch to switch in the high dc to the pwm signal. 

this allow a gated signal and a high voltage ionization to occur at same time ( gated) polarizing the water and ionizing it to break bonds of h and o with little or no amps

A DBD barrier type effect is made on the out cathode tube which has a larger surface are than the inner tube. 

This High Voltage Dc out put between 400 to 600 v at less than 4 amp then went into a bifilar wound e core 2000 perm which than went through a blocking diode to wfc water cell wet cell tube array no electrolyte.

step down transformer.....full wave rectifier.......smoothing capacitors....voltage regulators ....smoothing caps 

120 volts from the wall AC 
the step down transformer turns the 120 volts AC into 14 to 36 volts AC 
the full wave bridged rectifier turns that into pulsed DC 
the smoothing capacitor removes the pulsed ripple and makes a clean DC 
the regulator maintains the output voltage. 7805 is 5 volts and 7812 is 12 volt. extra voltage is given off as heat. 
the other cap is then used to smooth the ripple from the regulator 

out goes a clean voltage to the pulse circuit 

AC power 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alternating_current 

transformer 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transformer 

diode bridge 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diode_bridge 

smoothing capacitor 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reservoir_capacitor 

78xx series voltage regulators 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/78xx 

DC power 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Direct_current

Full Wave Bridge Rectifier Video 

video of a power supply ....... the 9xd 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxFV0uDCeHg

this is a simple power regulater
input of 14 volts......as high as 37 volts......
is regulated down to 12 volts and 5 volts
easy for a biginer to assemble with your kids


most circuits are 12 volt or 5 volts, this unit regulates your voltage so the circuit will not melt from to much voltage

the regulators have automatic shut down if over heated or over amped

regulated voltage is 12 volts and 5 volts from AC 14 or more volts
or DC 14 or more volts

 

these are 1.5 amp chips.....double them for 3 amps


common use is powering circuits you are prototyping or even senstive electronics in your car
you can power your sensitive PWM main board,

 

mosfet switches for HHO would not go through this circuit

 

but this circuit would

protect the PWM main board

the pulser 

555 timer creates a on and off pulse. in this case a square wave 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/555_timer_IC 

i use the NE555.........its fast and acurate. 
the resistor and the capacitor set the output frequency. the big potentiometer is a varible resistor. change the resistance and the frequency changes.

555 timer makes a pulse and turn the knob up and down to make it go faster or slower 

decade counting chips devide by 10 so each time you select a chip you are 10 x slower 

7404 chip flips the on and makes it an off.....also splits the signal 

optocoupler....low voltage control of high voltage 
 

note that the clock pulse is not a 50% duty cycle 

the 7490 chip counts the ripple pulse in and shapes it into a perfect 50% duty cycle

you have a selector switch 
simply pick wich 7490 output signal you want. 
each time you go down the line of decade counters(7490) you devide by 10. 
10khz becomes 1khz.......so on

the selector goes to the 7404 chip 
basically the 7404 just inverts the signal 

it is also useful for splitting the signal into multiple signals

the opto coupler 

simply, one side is a LED...or light emiting diode. the other side is a transistor. 

the low voltage side is turned on by the pulsing circuit. then the transistor that is turned on handles the higher voltage on that side. 

there is no electrical interaction between the LED and the transistor. if something happens the high voltage will not short out the low voltage pulser


Below is a simple circuit to replicate the signal and the understanding of the circuit. 

 

Cheap as i can make it, and still be almost the same


Here is the Circuit  is Sales Supply Form 

 

Now the higher voltage side 
variac to full wave rectifier to SCR to inductor to cell

 

A variac 
turn a knob and the voltage goes up and down 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autotransformer

full wave bridged rectifier 
this is a set of diodes that change the AC into pulsed DC 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diode_bridge

SCR 
silicone controlled rectifier 
is like a remote controlled on off switch. is used on pulsed DC. turns on and off at the pulse 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silicon-controlled_rectifier 


protection diode........used to controll reverse power glitches 

diode 
is like a one way valve. lets power in and not back the way it came. the power has to move forward 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diode

now for the inductor 
a inductor is a device that stores power for a time and releases it slowly 
stan used a bifillar wound inductor 
bi mean 2

inductor.......stores power.....slows power...... 
meyer used a bifillar wind.............2 wires

ferrite core...very dense powered and then compressed 

this is the core of the inductor

PLEASE NOTE 

 

The Bi filar  Winding and Loose wind of this choke

this is a Very Special Chock made by Stan and Stephen .

 

How to build is on OUr Website

 

9xa / 9xb Sections

the ferrite core 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferrite_core 

ferrite is used in inductors and transformers. mainly in high frequency aplications. 

you can use ferrite fro high frequency, iron for low frequency, and in some aplications you can use air

last is the plate cell 
on this set up, stan used a 3x12 set of plates that were adjustable 

assembled circuit that we have out there 
the pulsing circuit and the SCR board to the inductor

parts for making the circuit 
this is a part list for the boards that we sale............minor changes from the original...........less expensive and easier to find componates 

9xb parts list 
bridged rectifier, not sure of the number.......only needed if you will use a transformer of 7 to 36 volts. use a 12 volt or 9 volt battery other wise 
KBU808G bridged rectifier 
3 x 1000uf caps 
7805 regulator 
.1 uf cap 
330 uf cap 
.01 uf cap 
10nf 
1k , 10m. 4.7k X2 parts, 220R x 3 parts..............resisters 1/4 w 
4 position dip switch 
H11D1 opto 
555 timer chip 
3 x 74LS90N decade counter 
7404 invert chip 
red Led 
1 100k pot 

scr part list 
KBU808G bridged rectifier 
100 ohm resistor (20 watt or so) 
S4025L (or simular use a heat sink and make sure the pin out matches) 
1N4007 diode 
6 Amp 1000 volt diode 
H11D2 and 220 resistor( not needed if using the 9xa or the 9xb) 

9xa part list 

KBU808G bridged rectifier 
3300 uf cap 
330uf cap 
7805 regulator 
4x 5k trimmer pots 
2x 5 position dip switches 
2x red led 
104 cap x 11 parts 
2x H11D1 opto 
2x 555 timer 
103 cap 
7404 inverter 
6x 7490 decade counter 
4x 220R resistor 
2x 1k resistors 
2 1m resisters 
2 100k pot
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NOTES FROM MILLER 

0 v limit....
If 12 volt supplied to a regulator chip.... 2 volts is lost in the chip.
The 9xd has a 12 volt and 5 volt regulator.
12 volt regulator needs 14 volt or more to output 12 volt.
A car runs on 14.5 volts. 
At rest the battery is 12 volts. So a 12 volt regulator outputs 10 volts.
A 2 volt drop through the regulator

===========================
he's taking about typical voltage regulator. 
Don't get confused about low drop out voltage 
regulators which don't have 2 v drop but they
also can't handle as much flow/current
===========
Lm317 is an adjustable regulater. 1.5 amp. 1.2 volts to 34 volts or so.
Has a 2 volt drop.
Other regulators would be buck or boost converters

7810 is a 10volt reg
Lm317 is and adjustable reg. You can make 
it a fixed voltage reg. A switch to a resistor.... 
Say 3 different resistors... 
This would output 3 different voltages. 
Preselected with the switch

One lm317 or 78xx series chips are 1.5 amps. 
Simply wire in parallel.... 2 chips are 3 amps...
 Same voltage outputs

An opamp....
Basically a voltage follower. 
There are different things they can do.
Mostly used as voltage followers..... Or amplifiers.
With a center tapped power supply.... 
They output a AC wave. Say a microphone amplifier.
With just Dc input... It will out put a DC wave.

These are simple answers. Not trying to get complex 

You also have neg voltage regulators.
Compliments to the 78xx and lm317 packages.
You need center tapped transformers for that.
Again.... This is a simplified answer.

You also. Need to pay attention to the ground icon.
For example.... Earth ground...... Chassis ground...
Ground reference...

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