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  1. Quantum, I found a site for you with nice experiments; there is a small problem though. Or maybe not, can you read German: http://www.hcrs.at//MIKRO.HTM Ante ::)
  2. Woops, ;D forgot the link: http://jlnlabs.imars.com/bingofuel/html/bfrhowto.htm Ante ::)
  3. mrtrhs, Take a look at these: http://www.embeddedtronics.com/public/Electronics/thermocouple/schematics/thermocouple_schematic.pdf http://www.embeddedtronics.com/public/Electronics/thermocouple/schematics/thermocouple_layout.pdf http://www.embeddedtronics.com/public/Electronics/thermocouple/schematics/thermocouple_bom.pdf Ante ::)
  4. I had a look at Naudins site, pretty amazing stuff. There is one thing I am confused about, what kind of material are the wires made off. If they where made of copper in this gauge and carrying over 80Amps :o they would go up in flames in a minute. Ante ::)
  5. Dazza, A good schematic does not exist for an application like this, you have many factors in play and it have to be tailor made so to speak. A PWM system has a fixed frequency and a variable pulse length so yes the switching duration is the same. This parameter must be experiment with since different applications needs different frequency
  6. Steven, According to my reference table the D40D1
  7. Steven, The MJE182 will work fine. Ante ::)
  8. harsh, This is what I am talking about: http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/electronic/schmitt.html Ante ::)
  9. harsh, A suggestion, if you add some positive feedback you get a Schmitt trigger effect and a better on/off switch. Ante ::)
  10. Steven, I tried to post it as is, without zipping it but it was not an accepted file type. Sorry :'( Ante ::)
  11. The spark is formed when switching out a powerline under load. Even the sound is amazing I think. Steven, I am sorry you can
  12. John, Is this anything like the switches you make? Ante ::) [attachment deleted by admin]
  13. Dazza, How about PWM, will it affect the hydrogen production efficiency? I think it can be done with PWM but then you should have a separate battery and alternator. A PWM circuit can be made with very fast response time, but isn
  14. Steven, I am a little bit disappointed, I was talking about cars and you mentioned FORD
  15. Dazza, Which is most important, the current or the voltage? If it
  16. Yes, you are right MP but sometimes the obvious is hard to see! Ante ::)
  17. Quantum, It depends on the construction of charger. But there will be no big disaster. Ante
  18. Steven, I am not sure I understand, what do you use it for? Ante
  19. Tubbytwo, Welcome to this forum. No there is nothing to gain from connecting the center taps. And yes it
  20. Westlc01, I am not sure what that amount will buy at your place. Have you checked this one? http://www.electronics-lab.com/forum/index.php?board=2;action=display;threadid=128 Ante ::)
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