VIC components modular design library

Gunther Rattay

VIC components modular design library
« on April 27th, 2012, 01:58 PM »Last edited on May 24th, 2013, 11:08 AM by bussi04
In this thread I will post some modules successfully used for proper VIC operation.

those modules posted here implement the functionality of Stan Meyer´s circuits as found elsewhere in the internet but make use of actual components.

Please don´t post questions or annotations in this thread but post those in my other thread "Comments VIC components modular design" at http://open-source-energy.org/?tid=470&pid=4631#pid4631

that way it´s easier to get the structure straight.




Switch

U1
TC4429 for positive pulse propagation (pulse on = switch closed, pulse off = open switch), TC4420 for inverted pulse propagation

R1 200R for +5V, 640R for +12V pulses

R3 usually direct wire connection

D1, D3
snubber diode low voltage 13V i.e. P6KE13A

D2
suppression for back emf i.e. BYP102

K1  
socket to screw Mosfet for easy exchange if blown up

Q1
any N-channel Mosfet i.e.  IPW60R099CP

Batt
i.e. 9V Block battery or rechargable (>= 5V <= 12V)

Pulse +5V, Pulse GNDA
these are the pulsing inputs to the switch

Switch+, Switch-
these are the switch connectors to the circuit

This configuration works as a potential free switch. Optocoupler U1 gives galvanic barrier like H11D1.
Switch+ has to be connected to the more positive potential, Switch- to the more negative potential.
Switch needs a potential free power supply (Batt+).  This can be a plug in power supply for the grid or a battery/rechargable.
In very high voltage environments there may be a problem to connect to the grid (isolation safety issues). So a 9V battery works as well.

This switch retrofits the SCR/R/H11D1 configuration used in 8XA.

This switch also works fine as an EEC switch with a light bulb.


Please don´t post questions or annotations in this thread but post those in my other thread "Comments VIC components modular design" at http://open-source-energy.org/?tid=470&pid=4631#pid4631.

VIC components modular design library > WFC capacitance measurement tool
« Reply #1, on August 13th, 2012, 01:02 AM »Last edited on January 23rd, 2014, 02:54 AM by bussi04
WFC capacitance measurement tool

this measurement support tool helps calculating the WFC capacitance: http://hereticalbuilders.com/showthread.php?t=506 (brief description)


Please don´t post questions or annotations in this thread but post those in my other thread "Comments VIC components modular design" at http://open-source-energy.org/?tid=470&pid=4631#pid4631.

PGen pulse generator version 2.0 design and operation
« Reply #2, on November 20th, 2012, 12:30 AM »Last edited on June 15th, 2014, 04:13 AM
PGen pulse generator version 2.0





http://open-source-energy.org/?topic=1836.msg25094#msg25094


Today I want to give you a brief overview into my ultra compact versatile µC based pulse generator.


Having designed some 555 and 4046 based pulse generators years ago I knew very well their design dependent restrictions.

So I was happy to find on the market a modern ultra compact "all in one" solution for precision, transparency and expandability.

Once I had got the hardware components I knew that this is a real software solution that means that functionality can be changed by software.

What I like most is precision. As you can see at the photo appended frequency can be changed in the 1/100st of Hz or 100s´ of ns. the same for the other parameters (duty, pulse on time, pulse off time ...)

For harmonic frequency search at my VIC variable increment parameter is a valuable feature.

there are some youtube videos I have made the last days and some more to come :-)

The first one is a conceptional overview


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYeCFKaOw6M#


the second one the most trivial usage of the windows controlled pulse generator


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-GCkBXJFC0#ws

the picture appended shows the pulser chip with lcd firmware assembled on baseboard, lcd and multifunctional encoders, an isolated switch and simple power supply.

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For more information http://source-for-innovations.com


Please don´t post questions or annotations in this thread but post those in my other thread "Comments VIC components modular design" at http://open-source-energy.org/?tid=470&pid=4631#pid4631.

that way it´s easier to get the structure straight.



RE: VIC components modular design library > Parallax Propeller chip
« Reply #3, on April 18th, 2013, 04:45 AM »Last edited on May 24th, 2013, 11:07 AM by bussi04
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Why I use Parallax Propeller chip instead of Atmel or Arduino for my software projects

here you find a brief compilation of my arguments for the Propeller uC chip integrated into laboratory equipment:

http://open-source-energy.org/?tid=1097&pid=14584#pid14584


Please don´t post questions or annotations in this thread but post those in my other thread "Comments VIC components modular design" at http://open-source-energy.org/?tid=470&pid=4631#pid4631.
VIC components modular design library > PGen phase shift module
« Reply #4, on May 24th, 2013, 12:32 AM »Last edited on May 24th, 2013, 05:45 AM by bussi04
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Now PGen Version 2.0 also supports as a new advanced feature phase shift and lock control for up to 4 channels in a single uC.

You can run each channel independently or bind 2 to 4 channels together so that their pulsing scheme is synchronized.

phase shift can be exacly modified in realtime for each individual channel. each channel can have completely different designed pulsetrains with or without gating, different duty cycles, different pulse repetition rates and as long as total pulsetrain length is equal those channels will stay locked towards each other.

if you make slight changes in pulsetrain length for a channel you can easily create controlled floats of pulses between those bound channels.

total pulse train length is monitored and displayed for each channel and between channels so that it´s easy to adjust timing for each channel to make sure that pulselength stays the same.

for all those adjustments you not even need a scope because the control information is displayed by PGen.


This complex feature gives total control i.e. for the Gas Processor EEC vs. high voltage pulse and led pulse control, railgun, Bob Boyce applications, magnetic gas applications and many others.


For more information http://www.source-for-innovations.com



Please don´t post questions or annotations in this thread but post those in my other thread "Comments VIC components modular design" at http://open-source-energy.org/?tid=470&pid=4631#pid4631.

 
Re: VIC components modular design library
« Reply #6, on May 30th, 2015, 11:22 AM »Last edited on May 30th, 2015, 11:56 AM
Overcoming problems dealing with electromagnetic interference  caused by BEMF or other kind of ripple like antenna voltages makes shielding and special isolation necessary.

in some cases you can use shielded twisted pair connection wires




...

but sometimes you need more.

then optoisolation by optocouplers or by using fibreoptics are the way to go ...






while optoisolators solve the common ground problem by creating an isolated ground or by shifting voltage levels fibreoptics as shown in the pic above can solve the distance problem between controlling circuit and test configuration.

so your test configuration can be far away from your control circuitry and both are linked by fibreoptics.

reverandkilljoy

Re: VIC components modular design library
« Reply #7, on June 15th, 2015, 08:19 AM »
Lol....

Dude no one has got the vic working the way stan did it and ur marketing this as a functional stan meyer pgen..... Lol wtf.... Its safe to say if anyone cant build their own pgen they should pack the meyer work and move on ..... U think amateur researchers are the only people who have ever tried voltrolysis .... Lol ....


But wait what am i saying ... The fail column is done .... And they are using ur pgen right? Lololololol

Have fun waiting for neal and adam to remove theyre heads from ronnies ass and realize theyre Flacked LOL

Lynx

Re: VIC components modular design library
« Reply #8, on June 15th, 2015, 08:36 AM »
Quote from reverandkilljoy on June 15th, 2015, 08:19 AM
Lol....

Dude no one has got the vic working the way stan did it and ur marketing this as a functional stan meyer pgen..... Lol wtf.... Its safe to say if anyone cant build their own pgen they should pack the meyer work and move on ..... U think amateur researchers are the only people who have ever tried voltrolysis .... Lol ....


But wait what am i saying ... The fail column is done .... And they are using ur pgen right? Lololololol

Have fun waiting for neal and adam to remove theyre heads from ronnies ass and realize theyre Flacked LOL
And this is of course not a good way to go about commenting the works of other members here on the forum.

Tone down things a bit.

reverandkilljoy

Re: VIC components modular design library
« Reply #9, on June 15th, 2015, 08:42 AM »
Im sorry i just thought id spice things up a little bit heree






Whats hho research without hate and aggression....?



Lynx

Re: VIC components modular design library
« Reply #10, on June 15th, 2015, 10:56 AM »
Quote from reverandkilljoy on June 15th, 2015, 08:42 AM
Whats hho research without hate and aggression....?
True..........unfortunately.

However, there's 2 kinds of people in this World, the ones who actually do stuff and the ones who comment.

Carry on.

Matt Watts

Re: VIC components modular design library
« Reply #11, on June 15th, 2015, 01:42 PM »
Quote from reverandkilljoy on June 15th, 2015, 08:42 AM
Whats hho research without hate and aggression....?
Not exactly sure, but the opposite is http://overunity.com/

gpssonar

Re: VIC components modular design library
« Reply #12, on June 15th, 2015, 02:47 PM »Last edited on June 15th, 2015, 03:25 PM
Quote from reverandkilljoy on June 15th, 2015, 08:19 AM
Lol....

Dude no one has got the vic working the way stan did it and ur marketing this as a functional stan meyer pgen..... Lol wtf.... Its safe to say if anyone cant build their own pgen they should pack the meyer work and move on ..... U think amateur researchers are the only people who have ever tried voltrolysis .... Lol ....


But wait what am i saying ... The fail column is done .... And they are using ur pgen right? Lololololol

Have fun waiting for neal and adam to remove theyre heads from ronnies ass and realize theyre Flacked LOL
Funny, very Funny comment. First I would like to let you know I have used the P-Gen and it is a great tool to have while learning about Stan Meyers work. I am sure once Gunther has all the information needed, It will do exactly what is needed to accomplish the task. And if you think the team has failed, I would like you to re-think that comment. I think the Photo below will say different. You are welcome to share anything that you have accomplished on my thread if you have anything to share other than comments. Some people like you are so pissed that we have went silent in what we are doing. Sometimes silence is the best, makes people wonder what your up to. But if you want to see updates form time to time, visit my thread. LOL Also attached is a video of the Digital control and Laser accelerator working. So who has failed, you or us? Our work speaks for its self don't you think? I would like to ask you to use my own personal thread if you have things to say about Neal, Adam or myself. This is not the thread to do it in.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hCwakBu8hU

freethisone

Re: VIC components modular design library
« Reply #13, on June 15th, 2015, 04:15 PM »
operating dc voltage please?

118 v vs 12 24 48...

reverandkilljoy

Re: VIC components modular design library
« Reply #14, on June 15th, 2015, 05:22 PM »
Lynx i posted my youtube channel on the member introduction thread.... U can view the work ive done and ull see im not just a bystanderd whose commenting

gpssonar

Re: VIC components modular design library
« Reply #15, on June 15th, 2015, 06:33 PM »
12volts 10 volts 5volts

Gunther Rattay

Re: VIC components modular design library
« Reply #16, on June 16th, 2015, 12:11 AM »Last edited on June 16th, 2015, 12:47 AM
Quote from reverandkilljoy on June 15th, 2015, 08:19 AM
Lol....

Dude no one has got the vic working the way stan did it and ur marketing this as a functional stan meyer pgen..... Lol wtf.... Its safe to say if anyone cant build their own pgen they should pack the meyer work and move on ..... U think amateur researchers are the only people who have ever tried voltrolysis .... Lol ....


But wait what am i saying ... The fail column is done .... And they are using ur pgen right? Lololololol

Have fun waiting for neal and adam to remove theyre heads from ronnies ass and realize theyre Flacked LOL
reverandkilljoy,

it´s people like you who are successfully preventing cooperation and workload sharing  between open minded people. your nickname is a relelavation showing where you are coming from showing your personal agenda.

how do you think that people dealing with experimentation could not be able to build a pulse generator like mine by themselves? of course they could, but it takes time and effort to do so - time some people familiar with workload sharing prefer to invest into experimentation instead of programming ... PGen 2.0 supports experimentation but it can´t substitute straightforward thinking!

I´m quite sure that you have not put too much effort into getting into detail how and what way PGen 2.0 pulse generator is different and much more powerful and versatile than standard pulsing devices found in the forums.
But why should you? your intention seems to be to critizise and to redicule instead of taking your part of experimentional progress ...
I watched your youtube videos and what? ... no results, wagging pics and no common theme ...

Last time we had contact due to your comments to PGen 2.0 in youtube commenting Russes video about  PGen 2.0 I thought you were Max Miller himself but taking your fledging age into account now I would say that you are more like a pale carbon copy of struggling Max Miller.

Farewell and good luck but please don´t do so here im my thread ...

"Have fun waiting for neal and adam to remove theyre heads from ronnies ass and realize theyre Flacked LOL"

It´s never too late to get a good education, that also should work fine for you. now that you are old enough to buy a beer without your parents permission you should try to learn some basic ways of serious adult communication. 

try that as a starter ... http://www.merriam-webster.com/



"Please don´t post questions or annotations in this thread but post those in my other thread "Comments VIC components modular design" at http://open-source-energy.org/?tid=470&pid=4631#pid4631

that way it´s easier to get the structure straight."



Poor boy - you are the first and only one for more than 3 years who successfully managed to destroy the structure I wanted to establish in my thread. try to find someone who can explain to you the meaning of the bold letters above and at the start of this thread.
you can´t be serious ...
this is the exact way how narrow minded people as you are disturbing without taking notice and showing respect to others at all.

Big dislike!
Re: VIC components modular design library
« Reply #17, on June 16th, 2015, 12:18 AM »
Quote from reverandkilljoy on June 15th, 2015, 08:42 AM
...
Whats hho research without hate and aggression....?
...cooperation ...

reverandkilljoy

Re: VIC components modular design library
« Reply #18, on June 16th, 2015, 09:14 AM »
gunther ur right man wow i was out of line

gpssonar

Re: VIC components modular design library
« Reply #19, on June 16th, 2015, 03:23 PM »Last edited on June 16th, 2015, 03:25 PM
Gunther you have my permission to remove my posts from your thread, including this one in order to keep your thread clean and on topic. I should have not responded to his non since in the first place.

freethisone

Re: VIC components modular design library
« Reply #20, on June 17th, 2015, 09:29 AM »
Quote from gpssonar on June 15th, 2015, 06:33 PM
12volts 10 volts 5volts
oh I see. I was doing some research, and found a vid that he used 118 volts rectified rather then 12 or 24 volt and got great results. ill have to locate it..  ty