IMPORTANT NOTICE: As of 26 January 2010, the Vancouver Gadgeteers amateur inventors club will no longer be selling its Adams motors, e-books/e-guides, DIY plans, hydroxy devices, pulsers, components, or consulting services due to the personal risks and 'inconveniences' and perceived threat level as well as the lack of support from the public, generally speaking. While it has been an interesting, and at times, exciting area of tinkering, the bottom line is that the trouble just wasn't worth it. Other alternative-energy experimenters have also paid a painful price.
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You may not need a Toroidal Core, because this does 200V input/output already.
This is not a "pretty face" PWM that is full of analog gauges and LED lights. (Did you know that analog gauges easily go out-of-spec from vibration? You want to put non-automotive grade analog gauges in a moving vehicle? LED's are diodes. The can affect a circuit. Stan Meyer's patent did not have LED bulbs -- why add something that could affect the electronics?)
Stan Meyer is the gold standard because the Patent Office was emptied out due to high volume of hydrogen gas generated by his tabletop model when he showed his device. Compare that to a Dave Lawton PWM -- did Lawton even get a patent, at all? Meyer has several patents and hundreds of pages of complicated technical specifications.
Notice the huge heat sink on this pulser, too.
The Vancouver Gadgeteers HHO generators and inventions were featured on the WORLD'S FIRST front page story on water-hybrid cars, Ming Pao newspaper's magazine, June 21, 2008, Saturday. Compare our work/achievements to that of others, please, before you buy a PWM or a Pulser.
200V 60A High Voltage Stanley Meyer Pulser
by the Vancouver Gadgeteers club
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