Hydrogen On Demand Generator for Cars, A New Hope!

Hydrogen on demand generator for cars. Daniel Dingel did it, as well as Stanley Meyers, Dennis Klein, and many others you can see in youtube using hydrogen on demand system generator... And now, Ronn Motors.

The Scorpion - 450 hp, 0 to 60 in 3.5 seconds, a top speed of 200 mph, gets 40 mpg.

Hydrogen on Demand Ronn Motors Car Scorpion

Here's an excerpt from Ronn Motors' breaking news on Scorpion™ Hydrogen eco-exotic sports car.

"Breaking News Release:Thursday, 21 January 2010

MARBLE FALLS, TX--(Marketwire) - Ronn Motor Company, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: RNNM) announced today that they have received the first purchase order for the manufacture and delivery of the Scorpion HX™ eco-exotic supercar, from Eco Luxury Motorsports.

Ronn Motor Company has received its first order for 10 units from Eco Luxury Motorsports. Each car is expected to carry a retail price of $250,000, plus additional amounts for any special customization ordered by the customer. This will represent potentially $2,000,000 of new revenue to Ronn Motors. The cars will be distributed to purchasers in the Miami/Ft. Lauderdale, FL and Atlanta, GA markets. The first of the newly manufactured units is expected to be delivered in third quarter of 2010, shortly after the commencement of full scale production in Ronn Motor's new 80,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Marble Falls, Texas, the result of a unique public-private partnership between Ronn Motors and the Economic Development Corporation for the City of Marble Falls, Texas.

Unlike with a hydrogen fuel cell car, the Scorpion's "hydrogen on demand" system wouldn't require a high-pressure hydrogen storage tank. Nor would a driver need to find and fill up at a hydrogen fueling station.

Instead, electricity from the Scorpion's alternator sends an electric charge through the water in a storage tank, fracturing molecules and releasing hydrogen, which is injected into the motor, explained Ronn Maxwell, CEO of Ronn Motor in Horseshoe Bay, Texas.

Watch video of Daniel Dingel with his water-car invention:

Some pictures of pulse width modulator for hydrogen on demand generator:

PWM Viking - sample image
PWM 150amps with connection diagram
PWM 35 amps
PWM Schematics

There are claims that:

Pulse Width Modulators changes the atomic structure of the hydrogen so you achieve better results.

So it's not just electrolysis or passing electrical charges to water with added electrolyte to generate hydrogen but through electrical pulses.

With Stanley Meyer's Water Car project:

"The electrodes are vibrated with a 0.5 to 5 amp electrical pulse (depending on your speed and acceleration) which breaks 2(H2O) => 2H2 + O2. When the pressure reaches say 30-60 psi, you turn the key and go. When you step on the pedal, you send more energy to the electrodes, and thus more vapor to the cylinders; i.e. fuel vapor on demand."

PWM SYSTEM TUTORIAL Video

Though Ronn Motors is careful of what they have positively expressed about their eco-friendly car, we can only hope the best for the world to experience.

And hydrogen on demand generator for me is one of the cleanest and fairest path towards hydrogen economy.

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