Stanley Meyer Guessing Games

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Stanley Meyer Guessing Games
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Hello

I invite every one to help guess phrases from Stanley Meyers hand writings  the missing word correctly

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Alberto

Re: Stanley Meyer Guessing Games
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First one is "Field Rotation"

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Re: Stanley Meyer Guessing Games
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Nice one Thank you !

warj1990

Re: Stanley Meyer Guessing Games
« Reply #3,  »
Second appears to be "Constant"

Switch bypasses SCR.

W.
Re: Stanley Meyer Guessing Games
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Final:

" Note:
This drawing is the sole property of
Stanley A. Meyer  All concepts and design
Here within shall not be ???? from this
Drawing without the written consent of
Stanley A Meyer.

All technical data furnished by
Stanley A Meyer must be returned upon
Request and shall not be reproduced
??? ???? ???? ???? "

W.

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Re: Stanley Meyer Guessing Games
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Excellent well Done !!!!!!!!

Belfior

Re: Stanley Meyer Guessing Games
« Reply #6,  »
Hmm in the image, isn't he grounding all the positive output from the full bridge rectifiers?

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Re: Stanley Meyer Guessing Games
« Reply #7,  »
Read Patents

warj1990

Re: Stanley Meyer Guessing Games
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Quote from Belfior on August 30th, 10:04 AM
Hmm in the image, isn't he grounding all the positive output from the full bridge rectifiers?
No.  The output is AC and the 3 phase bridge is rectifying correctly.



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Re: Stanley Meyer Guessing Games
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out put is dc to cell that is the important thing to remember

Belfior

Re: Stanley Meyer Guessing Games
« Reply #10,  »
I mean the 2 rectifiers in the non-regulated variable power supply.

warj1990

Re: Stanley Meyer Guessing Games
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While the drawing does appear to show an Isolation transformer for each one...they are usually 1:1 ratio.

We also know a variac is not an isolation transformer...

Looking at the waveform to the right of T1 it shows a positive pulse wave...

I think the diodes are just drawn backwards...

While it could work with one transformer, I don't think it would work with two the way it is shown... IC9 would also have to be a negative voltage regulator, which I don't believe it is.

If you look at D7... all the circuit becomes useless when SW1 is in the UP position.
Between D7 and DB nothing would work.

So I'm fully convinced in this drawing the diodes are simply shown incorrectly.

Good catch Belfior.

W.

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Re: Stanley Meyer Guessing Games
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better read patents people are using the tech already now


Belfior

Re: Stanley Meyer Guessing Games
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Quote from warj1990 on September 4th, 02:31 PM
While the drawing does appear to show an Isolation transformer for each one...they are usually 1:1 ratio.

We also know a variac is not an isolation transformer...

Looking at the waveform to the right of T1 it shows a positive pulse wave...

I think the diodes are just drawn backwards...

While it could work with one transformer, I don't think it would work with two the way it is shown... IC9 would also have to be a negative voltage regulator, which I don't believe it is.

If you look at D7... all the circuit becomes useless when SW1 is in the UP position.
Between D7 and DB nothing would work.

So I'm fully convinced in this drawing the diodes are simply shown incorrectly.

Good catch Belfior.

W.
Well I think this happens very easily if one uses off the shelf PSUs and they draw them out in their own circuits or just an easy mistake to make