IFR510 Mosfet Car conversion kit/ e book

by michael robinson
(pembroke pines, florida)

Hi, my name is mike.

i bought the plans you have posted here, i liked the entire book it was very informative. i do not like the actual generator itself, i decided not to build it out of the schedule 80 pvc.

i have seen the stan meyer videos and have decided to use the "revolver" type generator he had using stainless steel tubing in a acrylic tank.

i have put together the "hytronics module" from the e book you posted. the IFR510 mosfet is no longer available. it is actually a spin off of a mosfet transistor produced by international rectifier. it is a low quality transistor. i called international rectifier, that is how i know.

i am using a IXTP60N20T Power Trench Mosfet, this has a 200v, 60 amp capability. (forget radio shack for the electronic components. i am buying my electronic components from a company named Mouser Electronics)i have put together the electronics module for producing the hydrogen gas.

the unit does not put out the 250 or 280khz the book claims. i am only getting 152khz. the problem i am having is once the electronics are connected to the electrodes my frequency output is gone.

i connect my o scope to the system and have the 152khz all the way through the system and at the drain pin on the mosfet transistor, when i hook up the electrodes to the mosfet the o scope no longer reads frequency, just voltage.

i have put together another oscillator. i used the same CD4069 CMOS Hex Inverter but is used different capacitors. i am producing 700, 800 and 900khz. i can also produce 1.20mega hertz.

i still have the same problem, once i connect the electrodes i loose

the frequency, the o scope no longer reads any frequency, just voltage. if i take the electrodes out of the water, i read frequency.

i am going to buy another mosfet transistor, the one i have is an n channel, i will be getting a p channel. the n channel i have works on the positive d.c. volts. when i hook it up to the negative (as per drawings) i loose the frequency as soon as i connect the negative to the source pin on the transistor.

i think i have the wrong channel transistor to work on the negative. that still does not correct the disappearing frequency problem. the amount of hydrogen i am producing is little.

i connected the electrodes to my 12 volt power supply directly and i am producing the same amount of hydrogen as with the electrodes connected to the electronic module. this proves that i am definitely loosing my frequency somehow, i just don't know why this is happening.

i am working on a theory that i have from watching the videos of Stan Meyer. he was producing hydrogen gas with little amperage and virtually no heat. the theory i have is he kept the electrodes separated far enough so the gap could not be jumped by the electrical energy stored in the one electrode also by using very high frequency.

the next experiment i want to run is by using a different hex inverter and a crystal. they have crystal that produce 250 mega hertz. the circuitry is very simple, i found that on the web. look up crystal oscillators.

my email address is michael robinson 1142 yahoo. you can email me there. i could certainly use any help you can give me.

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