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  1. in these pictures is another version of the parasite zapper and i used this one to get rid of a migrain headache once. and it sure helps ease stomach pains as said by some who ive allowed to try it this circuit, the led comes on when you hold the electrodes so the brighter the led, the better it conducts through your body low voltage at certain frenquency. to kill certain parasites

    by Steven (received throught email)

    in these pictures are an electronic parasite zapper i biult from circuits on the net. the two coper pipe electrodes you hold in your hand enables the low voltage at certain frenquency to penetrate your body ,thus killing parasites and other bad organisims, although it may not be exsplained properly, but through exsperimentation of this circuit i accidently found this may be the electronic version for viagara. i once had a tummy pain, thus thinking, i to like my fiancee was getting apendicitis so i tested it out only to get the unexspected results, but it sure got rid of the tummy pain, and when you hold the electrodes you can tell its working ok as it interfears with the radio slightly

    this circuit here was an inprovised circuit , the small high voltage circuit i got out of my old astra umax 6005 or s computer scanner. the simple job of wireing it up allows mini arcs to be outputed through the attached probes. i used this circuit to get rid of an irritateing , rash on my wrist as i scratched it more, the more it anoyed me so i used this mini arc generator to get rid of it, so i held one electrode in my hand and the other i brushed it in a circle around the erea of the itch and the tiny arc burns a painless circle around the erea of the rash , i then went over the erea inside the circle. the itch went within 4 miniutes, the erea of skin in the circle , over a few short days formed into a dry spot and peeled away then healed, this is a good example of useing electric mini arcs to heal skin complaints.

  2. Using, a section of pvc pipe about the length of the ignition coil can. the pvc is cut down one side, then heated over a stove flame till its soft, then flatten it out on the floor with your shoes then reheat it till its soft again, over the stove flame, then with your hands, if you like to wear gloves, wrap the soft pvc around the ignition coil can , and bend out the ends, then hold it in position till the pvc cools and goes hard, then useing a saw or in my case a high speed mini drill and a pencil , mark out or draw out the section you need to cut out then drill holes along the lines you mark, or you can cut down each side with the saw then drill out the end section. then with a high speed mini drill with a small barrel sander sand the the section you cut the pvc bit out with and round off the corners,

    Then drill your holes where the screws go through to hold the coil holder in tight towards the coil body, for those biulding ignition coil driver circuits , its handy makeing your own non conducting pvc , ignition coil holder. and if yous follow my posts youll see other things made from pvc pipes includeing circuit boxs flyfack transformer holders , and capacitor holder as featured on the back of one of my hgih voltage circuit boxes houseing a flyback driver circuit. in my posts to the hoigh voltage stuff section.

    by Steven (received throught email)

  3. In this picture a slightly modified ignition pionts from a car i used to trigger a buzzer, first remove the spring clip that is attached to the points arm and body then solder, an ignition coil terminal to the top and bend part of it towards the barrel part of the arm now solder a thin twisted wire strand to the bottom of the points arm and that wire run it to the negative pin or terminal of a buzzer , then from the positive of the buzzer run a wire to the battery positive.

    Now the body where the points arm sits on, fix a wire to it then run the wire to the battery negative now this is set up so that when the assemble is moved the swing points arm swings from its closed position till it contacts the swinging arm body this is where the terminal from an ignition coil is solderd to and a blob of solder is there to give contact allso. the buzzer is then triggerd, it is easy to modify a set of points from a car distribiutor to act as a movement switch to trigger anything once its moved, the yellow wire that is attached under the points body runs to the battery

    by Steven

  4. although not finished yet this more compact hand powerd generator , will have 2 circuit boards inside it, as shown in one of the pictures, ones a high voltage multiplier circuit to multiply the output ac voltage from the microwave oven motor, the other cirvcuit board when finished is the full length parralell capacitor stack , so when the boards are filled to the end these will be inserted and fixed into the pvc pipe houseing, upside down and above each other, the parralell capacitor stack has a 1/2watt 1m bleeder resister to charge it up so at 630 volts the current will be higher. on the motor turn peace i fashioned a pvc lever to make turning more easyer , the front end of the pvc pipe is flared out to an oval shape to make more space. inside the pvc body are 4 pvc quarter sections fixed in place and modified to holde the long component boards, the unfinished parralell capacitor stack i tested before , chargeing it up from another high voltage multiplier circuit powerd by another hand powerd generator , and it sure works good .

    by Steven (received throught email)

  5. in these pictures is the lates generator , all installed into a pvc pipe with leg struts, one end of the pvc pipe at the top i used 2 screws for the output terminals , and at the top front end where i havent seald it yet, is the piezio push button ignitor i salvaged from our gas stove portable hand held lighter. the inside of the pvc pipe body , is 2 quarter circle pvc sections to sit the short high voltage multiplier circuit on , of which i tacked into position with hot glue, useing a bostic glue gun. this handy unit i just repeatedly push the black piezio ignitor , for about 12 clicks or more, thats the ignitor you push till it clicks and the output from it is multiplied by the hv multiplier circuit and the charge stays there untill i discharge it . i can use the small arcs from this to light the gas stove . when matches aint around to use. when i put my fingers across the output screws, after ive pushed the ignitor a number of times it sure puts out a reasonable electric shock. sometimes prity awsome

    by Steven (received throught email)

  6. in these pictures i used a small hv multiplier circuit that consists of 3kv ceramic capacitors and 1n4007 1kv diodes, and the small black thing is a push button piezio electric ignitor from a portable gas oven electric ignitor. so in this circuit setup i hold the piezio electric ignitor in my right hand and repeatedly press it about 12 times or more. the output ac from the ignitor is multiplied by the voltage multiplier circuit. the hv ceramic capacitors hold enougth voltage to give you a better shock than you would get from the arcs of the pizeo ignitor, alone.

    by Steven (received throught email)

  7. In these pictures of a second, hand powerd high voltage output generator. i put my mini marx generator . between the output terminals, each high voltage ceramic capacitor is rated at 6 thousand volts, and the 1m resister is 1/2 watts. every few half rotations of the turn peace on the microwave oven motor/ generator charges up the high voltage multiplier inside the pvc pipe, houseing then, this output via the 1m resistor ,, charges up the mini marx then it fires off a fat reasonably loud arc between the gap.

    by Steven (received throught email)

  8. Hameg doesn't have the English manual.. as they told me.. when i was searching about it. I have it only in hard copy. That means the only way to receive it ... is making a copy of it and then use post to send it to you.

    Do you want this way? Private message me your details and i will send it to you as soon as possible with no cost to you.

  9. In these pictures a length of pvc pipe is used to house the microwave oven motor/generator. in one picture taken from the opisite end youll see the rear of the microwave oven, motor/generator. and a microwave oven filter circuit, that i ended up leaveing this out as it puts a load on the motor/ generator, makeing it harder to turnin the other 2 pictures, ones a side view showing the brown plastic motor turn peace , protrudeing out the side near the front strut suport, you only need to rotate the turnpeace half way botth ways to charge up the high voltage multiplier circuit inside

    in these pictures, above view showing how it looks and with the suport leg struts in place, and in the second picture the long high voltage multiplier circuit board supports allready glued in place and an a bare circuit board which i put in to show.

    in these pictures the end section not yet sealed , showing the terminals for the output fitted . and the wireing yet to be cleaned up more and in one of the other pictures the front end sealed up with a peace of round pvc , made from a pvc pipe. onece thats all finished, then a few coats of varnish will look good .

    by Steven (received throught email)
  10. I think this links may help:

    A Rolling Code 4-Channel UHF Remote Control

    Long-Range 4-Channel UHF Remote Control

    Rolling code 4-channel UHF remote control

  11. Hi! I have built this psu, but when I connect some load to it and I set voltage to some value and then I decerase current (by setting current limit), voltage decerases too. Has it to be so?

    Yes, it's normal... if the current limiter (led is on) is working. Current limiter limits the current to a certain value and the voltage drops across the load, so Ohms law always stands.
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