Laser Distributor

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Laser Distributor
« on November 22nd, 2013, 09:27 PM »Last edited on November 22nd, 2013, 10:48 PM by securesupplies
Dear Members
& Moderator

If there is a thread on Meyers Laser distributor please merge to  this one
Here is the real deal on the HV Bobbin coils and Laser distributor
to to plug and play and pull some apart for  trails

This can drive ecu on older cars and bikes and
link to injectors solenoids and or other logic circuits  directly



http://www.c5ignitions.com/ignitions-101.html

http://www.c5ignitions.com/c5-technology.html

http://www.powerarc.com/techhq.htm

Check the 101 link and look at the coil design for  pulse int on our applications

and attached

Dan
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Matt Watts

RE: Laser Distributor
« Reply #1, on November 23rd, 2013, 05:39 AM »
Dan,

I had never really seen any drawings of Stan's Laser Distributor, but I know we have two choices here:
[list=1]
  • Use individual lasers for each cylinder.
  • Modify a conventional distributor with a single laser aiming down into the top cap.  Then replace the rotor with a mirror angled 45 degrees and use fiber optics at each segment of the distributor cap running to the injector plug.
[/list]Working daily with fiber optics, I would highly recommend we avoid the later method and instead build the laser diodes right into the injectors for each cylinder.  Getting the alignment of laser beam and fiber optic carrier precise enough to work reliably would be far too difficult for most.  My vote would be to abandon the laser distributor altogether and just pony up for laser diodes.

JM2C

Jeff Nading

RE: Laser Distributor
« Reply #2, on November 23rd, 2013, 04:48 PM »Last edited on November 23rd, 2013, 04:49 PM by Jeff Nading
Quote from Matt Watts on November 23rd, 2013, 05:39 AM
Dan,

I had never really seen any drawings of Stan's Laser Distributor, but I know we have two choices here:
[list=1]
  • Use individual lasers for each cylinder.
  • Modify a conventional distributor with a single laser aiming down into the top cap.  Then replace the rotor with a mirror angled 45 degrees and use fiber optics at each segment of the distributor cap running to the injector plug.
[/list]Working daily with fiber optics, I would highly recommend we avoid the later method and instead build the laser diodes right into the injectors for each cylinder.  Getting the alignment of laser beam and fiber optic carrier precise enough to work reliably would be far too difficult for most.  My vote would be to abandon the laser distributor altogether and just pony up for laser diodes.

JM2C
I have seen drawings of the laser distributor from Stan's patents here on the forum somewhere. It looked like to me, it was just an add on to modify the distributor of Stan's dune buggy engine. If I recall correctly, it was built in such a way to where it would pulse the "light emitted from the diodes", he he, LED. :D:P

securesupplies

RE: Laser Distributor
« Reply #3, on November 25th, 2013, 01:06 AM »Last edited on November 25th, 2013, 01:07 AM by securesupplies
The Thing to note with this is Stan Made it well ahead of time to  convert cars bikes
which have no  injection system or electronic ignition Aspirated carburated engines

a add on to upgrade
to hydrogen injection, the system I have shown in this thread is a very close design
 of stans and infact better as easy to adjust with pc.

if you compare pics of the internal of the distributor to stans distributor you will see it is similar design.

So what now?

Now you can convert aspirated carburated motors bikes and cars to hydrogen injection easily,
the distributor is a pc of the puzzel it
can let after market off the shelf ecu's ( GMS unit) the engine rmp timing and when to inject. the solenoid can be lpg solenoid rails
and can go to h2 injectors, standard low impedance type  or onto stans injectors.

People can now advance and inject HHO! to bikes car and boats

There was a confusing comment above about laser etc

 that is a add on which is not required, yes it would be cool and advance it
and could easily be controlled by the distributor precise timing control. But the Distributor above is in place now and working with very high voltage to spark coil driven spark plugs, much easier and in place now

the plus timing signal from the distributor can drive many circuits that is the beauty of it

Here are some examples
Drive timing to
1 coils and sparkplugs
2 to ecu
3 to 2nd or 3rd ecu
4 to solenoids
5 exhaust solenoids
6 coil and laser (leds) where ever they may be placed
7 on off switches on mini electrolyzers logic circuits
8 on off for air ionizers (gas processor) logic circuits


Dan
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RE: Laser Distributor
« Reply #4, on January 5th, 2014, 03:10 AM »


Hi Just an Update


Here are some videos on the distributor from Stanley Meyers

VW Buggy


The Ins and Outs


Power to RWG FORUM!!!!!!!

Daniel
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Lynx

RE: Laser Distributor
« Reply #5, on January 5th, 2014, 03:40 AM »
Quote from securesupplies on January 5th, 2014, 03:10 AM
VW Buggy
What fuel are you using to run the VW Buggy in this video?
Thanks.

securesupplies

Re: Laser Distributor
« Reply #6,  »Last edited
Just Sending some old pictures I found from web, I think from ronnie or neal ward,

This is parts of the spacer design from Stanley Meyers Lazer Distributor design.

To my Knowledge there is at least 30 people with this  part,

We can draw it  and post?

Dan
Re: Laser Distributor
« Reply #7,  »Last edited
GOD SPEED
Re: Laser Distributor
« Reply #8,  »
Found some pictures worth sharing of the Distributor Circuit replication from Ronnie and Neal

DD

hydrofuelincanada

Re: Laser Distributor
« Reply #10,  »
Distributor is the same principal, same parts basically.