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  • swghost

    Member
    March 27, 2022 at 4:23 pm

    OK, so I want to experiment with method 1 for charging, Are these links the right parts?

    Rectifier

    VARIAC

    Capacitor

    Also, I cannot find a 450 uF capacitor. Can you provide a link for that? Thank you.

  • admin

    Administrator
    March 29, 2022 at 3:49 pm

    Rectifier and VARIAC links are both good.

    <<CapacitorAlso, I cannot find a 450 uF capacitor. Can you provide a link for that? Thank you.>>


    I hate to do amazon, but here’s an example –

    https://www.amazon.com/BlueCatELE-400-480-Capacitor-Withstand-110-125V/dp/B08CSJPSB4

  • swghost

    Member
    June 22, 2022 at 2:52 am

    HI David!

    So I got sidetracked on a radiant charger build that I still have not finished due to poor plans and support, so let’s finish your method I already started.

    Anyways I want to get the Moe Joe in my car soon. I am also still assembling the charging VAT. So here are my questions…

    I do not use the bismuth core for the VAT water charger? (Double checking)

    It is not entirely required to use the phosphoric acid, correct?

    What do you use to polish the inner surface of thief the 5″ and the outer surface of the 2″?

    Thanks

    • admin

      Administrator
      June 27, 2022 at 6:08 pm

      <<I do not use the bismuth core for the VAT water charger? (Double checking)>>

      I would use a bismuth core, even in the water charger.

      <<It is not entirely required to use the phosphoric acid, correct?>>

      Correct. Phosphoric acid helps to “passivate” the stainless steel – meaning, reestablish it’s stainless properties if it’s gotten eroded in some way.

      <<What do you use to polish the inner surface of thief the 5″ and the outer surface of the 2″?>>

      You can do it mechanically or electrically.

      Electrically, you’ll get the most glorious shine – look into Electropolishing.

      For mechanically, you’d want to rig up the hemisphere on a drill press or a lathe, something that spins and you can be hands free. then get finer and finer grit sandpaper and hold it as the lathe / drill press spins.

      I am sorry for my late reply.

  • swghost

    Member
    September 19, 2022 at 4:33 pm

    Ok great. So I am at the charging stage. I am having no luck with straight John Ellis water (basically distilled water with a supposed higher bond angle). It will jump up slightly in voltage, but not in amps. I do have a natural spring close by that has clear water, so I am going to try that water instead.

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    • admin

      Administrator
      September 26, 2022 at 12:21 pm

      <<Ok great. So I am at the charging stage. I am having no luck with straight John Ellis water (basically distilled water with a supposed higher bond angle). It will jump up slightly in voltage, but not in amps. I do have a natural spring close by that has clear water, so I am going to try that water instead.>>

      oh let me know how that goes.

      You can always try adding a little KOH salts to increase the conductivity of the water.

      Pure spring water will let more current flow for sure than distilled or RO… but unless you use a lot of voltage, as per the variac and bridge rectifier set up, or you add some KOH, you might not get a lot of current even with spring water .

      • swghost

        Member
        September 26, 2022 at 3:44 pm

        How much KOH should I add? 1 teaspoon per/ ?

        • admin

          Administrator
          September 26, 2022 at 4:13 pm

          I never sorted that out, exactly. I first create a saturated solution of KOH in distilled water.

          Then I administer with a dropper bottle – a full dropper is around 1ml.

          You’ll probably need a few of those, going up into the teens, dependning on how much voltage you’re using.

          You can figure this out for yourself by noting how much water you have and how many droppers you’re putting in there, for a relationship between voltage, droppers of KOH and volume of water.

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