Analysis and Test Results of Stanley Meyers' Analog Voltage Generator Card

Earl

Analysis and Test Results of Stanley Meyers' Analog Voltage Generator Card
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The attached document is my analysis of the functions of the Analog Voltage Generator Circuit K8.  I built and tested the circuit so I could see what it actually did to the input wave train and see what output looks like. Report contains a describing of the card its inputs and output. The tests I conducted are documented with description of what I did and includes scopes shots of the signal going through the circuit. While circuit is not real complex by building it I could see the effect of the bias resistors as their setting define what really is going on with signal.

One thing that is apparent after doing that is voltage level is not being used to control gas required from accelerator input as that information would have been removed by the first amplifier in circuit as it puts out a 5 volt pulse.  Frequency appears to be set by Variable Frequency Generator that leaves pulse width, which testing of the card shows to be past through with no changes.  As source of signal is Digital Means card I did take a look at it and near the output of that card is an SN122N and one of the functions of this chip is vary pulse width which Stan has stated can be used to control gas production.

Main function of this card seems to be take an input pulse train at 5 volts PTP and output the same wave train with approximately 1 volt PTP with a DC offset.  Offset is always 2 volts (required to not clip signal) but can be set higher to set a minimum idle speed.  See analysis and test results for more detail.



Lynx

Re: Analysis and Test Results of Stanley Meyers' Analog Voltage Generator Card
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Quote from Earl on June 4th, 09:43 AM
The attached document is my analysis of the functions of the Analog Voltage Generator Circuit K8.  I built and tested the circuit so I could see what it actually did to the input wave train and see what output looks like. Report contains a describing of the card its inputs and output. The tests I conducted are documented with description of what I did and includes scopes shots of the signal going through the circuit. While circuit is not real complex by building it I could see the effect of the bias resistors as their setting define what really is going on with signal.

One thing that is apparent after doing that is voltage level is not being used to control gas required from accelerator input as that information would have been removed by the first amplifier in circuit as it puts out a 5 volt pulse.  Frequency appears to be set by Variable Frequency Generator that leaves pulse width, which testing of the card shows to be past through with no changes.  As source of signal is Digital Means card I did take a look at it and near the output of that card is an SN122N and one of the functions of this chip is vary pulse width which Stan has stated can be used to control gas production.

Main function of this card seems to be take an input pulse train at 5 volts PTP and output the same wave train with approximately 1 volt PTP with a DC offset.  Offset is always 2 volts (required to not clip signal) but can be set higher to set a minimum idle speed.  See analysis and test results for more detail.
Please excuse me if this is an overly stupid question.
Judging by the pictures on page 1 in the document you provided, is it the case that you are actually holding a Stanley Meyer electronic control card which is part of his WFC system?

Earl

Re: Analysis and Test Results of Stanley Meyers' Analog Voltage Generator Card
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No that is not the case that is one of the estate pictures that are posted in this forum.  I just included it to show what I was trying to build.  After I finished the card I spent 2 days trying to get it to work.  Made several mistakes fixed those but left off ground on Cal Pot and circuit did not work.  I had it in plug-in version but did not transfer it.  Kept looking at circuit then finally traced circuit using pictures you are talking about and found it .  Felt really stupid. But that is nothing new.

I will post an updated version of the documents which has new screen shots of output.  There is a slight change in output not sure way but signal level PTP dropped and it already was low.   I am beginning to thing this low level was done on purpose by Stan as last stage of circuit handles a higher PTP just fine as I tested that using wave train right out of Q3.  The signal shows up as ruff sine wave at 50 Hz, as saw tooth wave at 5 Hz and almost disappears at 500 Hz as PTP voltage drops in this circuit as frequency increases.

As I build these circuits I am seeing how things work together and can see why 5 KHz was discussed as recommend operation carrier wave, then a 50 Hz signal out Frequency generator could be the analog frequency and guess what it looks like a sine wave.  It will be interesting to see what the analog control circuit does to it.  That's what I am building next.  Note: The Freq Gen board provides method of output both levels at the same time.


Lynx

Re: Analysis and Test Results of Stanley Meyers' Analog Voltage Generator Card
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Ok, thanks Earl.