Gas Processor VIC Coil

firepinto

Gas Processor VIC Coil
« on October 8th, 2013, 11:23 AM »Last edited on October 8th, 2013, 11:42 AM by firepinto
After studying the Stanley Meyer Estate photos, I started to wonder about where the Gas Processor VIC Coil is.  As you can see in the picture below, there are the Resonant Cavity coils, one Steam Resonator Coil, and one heat sink with a square hole.  Also notice the labels on the face of the Gas Processor VIC card have a larger font.  This was probably reprinted at a later date, replacing the Resonant Cavity 1 card.

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Another view of it in the lower left corner of this picture.

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electro1622 had tried to tell me awhile ago that he thought there was a different kind of coil bobbin in the estate pictures.  I didn't see it at the time. :s  Well after some searching I found something in this picture that looked different.

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If you look to the right of the exhaust cooler at the bottom of the picture, you can see a bobbin with a rectangle bracket on it.  I imported this picture into sketchup and started trying to take measurements.  It wasn't easy because of the wierd angle, but I think I have finish what could at least be called an "artist's rendition" of what that bobbin might of looked like.  

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I also drew in an E core to match.  Dimensions are not set for fitment tolerances.  Just to give an idea what it would look like.  

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With the core installed, the bobbin will fit in the U Channel heat sink.  The side of the core with out the bobbin bracket will sit against the aluminum for good heat dissipation.  The square hole is just the right size to allow the bobbin to protrude.   The rest of the coil fits nicely inside the U portion of the heat sink and will not hit the heat sink for Resonant Cavity 2.  I imagine some kind of clamping bracket like what is used on the Steam Resonator Coil would hold the coil to the heat sink.  

I have the Sketchup file finished, you can download it at the printables thread below:
http://open-source-energy.org/?tid=1483  

Nate


I forgot to mention, I think Figure 10-4 was intended for this bobbin.

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securesupplies

RE: Gas Processor VIC Coil
« Reply #1, on October 9th, 2013, 03:28 AM »Last edited on October 9th, 2013, 04:04 AM by securesupplies

GREAT GREAT GREAT

Awesome Skill working there.  

Thant this does appear to be right.

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Can we do a full sketch up of gas processor?

So  Coils

Can we Detail the Specs moe precisley by now.

Coil Steam Resonator
wire size
 turns
Core
impedance
resistance
power
voltage


Injector Coil
wire size
 turns
core
impedance
resistance
power
voltage

Vic Coils
wire size
 turns
core
impedance
resistance
power
voltage

we can than look for companies to make these to a higher quality and performance
as tempretue  and short out seam to be a issue so far.

the more detailed info the better,  it not  100% perfect ok just put what we know now. as it raise the common knowedge

testing military coils
http://www.magnelab.com/uploads/4c51d8dc93129.pdf

firepinto

RE: Gas Processor VIC Coil
« Reply #2, on October 9th, 2013, 05:14 PM »Last edited on October 9th, 2013, 05:30 PM by firepinto
Quote from securesupplies on October 9th, 2013, 03:28 AM
GREAT GREAT GREAT

Awesome Skill working there.  

Thant this does appear to be right.

==============================

Can we do a full sketch up of gas processor?

So  Coils

Can we Detail the Specs moe precisley by now.
lol... well I'd have to have some way better photos to look at to find all that info.:P  I dig at what I can.  I wonder if Don remembers seeing these parts.
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There is another one of these coils in this picture.  In the green milk crate, you can see that it is wound with wire, and has faint writing on it.  I can almost make out turn counts,  but its really still a guess I think.   Also the E cores, that are not broken, do not fit this coil.  I suspect the broken one laying by the wing nut is for this coil.  The pieces still in tact have measurements that fit.  



securesupplies

RE: Gas Processor VIC Coil
« Reply #3, on October 12th, 2013, 08:08 AM »
Quote from firepinto on October 9th, 2013, 05:14 PM
Quote from securesupplies on October 9th, 2013, 03:28 AM
GREAT GREAT GREAT

Awesome Skill working there.  

Thant this does appear to be right.

==============================

Can we do a full sketch up of gas processor?


So  Coils

Can we Detail the Specs moe precisley by now.
lol... well I'd have to have some way better photos to look at to find all that info.:P  I dig at what I can.  I wonder if Don remembers seeing these parts.

There is another one of these coils in this picture.  In the green milk crate, you can see that it is wound with wire, and has faint writing on it.  I can almost make out turn counts,  but its really still a guess I think.   Also the E cores, that are not broken, do not fit this coil.  I suspect the broken one laying by the wing nut is for this coil.  The pieces still in tact have measurements that fit.  

ok , we have several very cool things now

I have just mobilized the data for stans gear

www.securesupplies.biz

should work on all phones
Re: Gas Processor VIC Coil
« Reply #4,  »
The Magnetic company in those pictures

Magnetics Booneville Arkansas
https://www.mag-inc.com/
Magnetics Headquarters/ Technology Center
110 Delta Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15238-0428
Sales: 1-412-696-1333