Yes, this is about the circuit that is supposed to split water at low voltages. This is for my electrolysis cell. I'm trying to be focused here so please no sceptical remarks or I'll be forced to hex you with passing a kidney stone the size of a mountain.
The circuit is simple but too complicated for me in respects to determining the size of the resistors and capasitors. If someone could either break it down for me or recommend a size I would greatly appriciate it. I have only a few schematics to share with you. But most of you are probably so dang smart you can imagine the rest of it(wish I could).
The Basics:555 timer 1 : The ending result will be a 12 volt DC pulsed square wave at 300mA (3.6 watts) with a 10:1 mark-space ratio and a linear frequency sweep from 10-250 KHZ.
555 timer 2 : The ending result will be a 12 volt DC pulsed square wave at300mA (3.6watts) with a 10:1 makr-space ratio and a linear frequency sweep from 15-30 HZ.
Only Available Schematics located @ :
The circuit schematics I have are for two 555 timers and I want to use a single556 timer instead.
I want to switch to use either, timer 1 or timer 2, as primary and secondary into my electrodes( 1= orthohydrogen, 2= parahydrogen). Basicly one switch to swap jobs.
I would like the option of a toggle switch to switch from 300mA to 600mA output if possible. I would like an LED to indicate power ON.
I would love to have the option to swap the polarity of the electrodes using a potentiometer (0ff-????HZ) for testing. I'm currently researching the possibility of adding some sort of strobing infared LEDs to vibrate the water in a way which will also increase the gas output. So if that is possible I'd like to add that for testing also.
The patent I am toying with is from a company called Xogen (co has disappeared) and relative ideas from the videos and patent of Stanley Meyers (dead). Both claimed to have invented a contraption that would split water in to hydrogen and oxygen on demand to run cars, planes, boats, generators...etc. I have to say I will only know if it is true or not by making the circuit myself. But I need some help...all the info I have is @
My email addess is email@example.com . I'm setting here with my soldering iron hot.. I got a radio shack 2 miles down the road (no IC knowledgable reps tho).. and I have a hand full of parts already: project box and ic board, 556CN, 10K resistors, and a 2N3055 transistor... and in the other hand some money to buy more parts! I really am excited to work on this but desperate for some simple instructions so I can just slap one of these puppies together. If it works and you help me the most I'll make one for you.... if it doesn't work I'll send you the original :)
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