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Cold Fusion Reactor needs Power Supply Help !

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Omicron, Nov 27, 2005.

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  1. Omicron

    Omicron Guest

    Hi - I need a 160 VDC 1KVA 4A Power Supply (is how it is termed in the

    instructions) , and I am ignorant about 'either or both' VARIACS and
    Isolated Transformers. (I have a 110VAC Variac and I use it, but not
    in the case of Isolated Transformers)

    I am fairly adept with Electricity and Wiring,,,, and I am sure I
    could wind a Transfomer, as long as I knew it was the right one, and
    had some clear instruction.

    I have been looking for ones to buy, but I dont know if one is the
    right item, if I dont know what the other is to combine them

    I would like to use 110V to begin with, even though I have 220V up to
    440V available........

    Does anyone know an economical way to render one of these, kit or
    instructions availble somewhere ? So much jargon is so vague and
    general, that it is not meant for the unexperienced.

    thanks for your support
  2. N Cook

    N Cook Guest

    It may be easier going down this route to fision rather than fusion
  3. Yes...perhaps you should take a lesson from that.
  4. Fred Bloggs

    Fred Bloggs Guest

    Hi - I need a 160 VDC 1KVA 4A Power Supply (is how it is termed in the
    Your question makes absolutely no sense whatsoever- there is no
    substitution "either or both" for variac and isolation transformer.
    Re-post with the instructions verbatim and stop trying to redact
    information you have no chance of understanding.
  5. Ken Smith

    Ken Smith Guest

    160VDC suggests a DC power supply is what you want.
    1KVA suggests an AC power source.

    It could be that the instructions you have are hard to follow because they
    are, quite simply, nonsense. Did you pay money for them?
  6. <snippage>

    Think about what you're doing. You claim to be "fairly adept with
    Electricity and Wiring," yet you don't know the difference between a
    Variac and an isolation transformer, both of which are devices that any
    first-year electronics hobbyist should know about.

    Couple that with the fact that you're trying to put together a
    device of questionable integrity (a cold-fusion reactor? Get real!) from
    what sound like equally questionable instructions.

    Sounds to me like you either got conned, or you're trying out for
    the Darwin Awards. Perhaps both...?

    OK, I'm leaning more towards 'Darwin Awards Candidate' after
    seeing that.
    That's exactly right. If you value your time in this world, I
    would strongly recommend that you become EXperienced, in terms of
    college courses and labwork, before you go any farther.

    Said experience should also save some stress on your pocketbook,
    as the knowledge you gain will help prevent you from being further taken
    in by those hucksters who prey on the electronics beginner.

    Dr. Anton T. Squeegee, Director, Dutch Surrealist Plumbing Institute.
    (Known to some as Bruce Lane, ARS KC7GR,
    kyrrin (a/t) bluefeathertech[d=o=t]calm --
    "If Salvador Dali had owned a computer, would it have been equipped
    with surreal ports?"
  7. CWatters

    CWatters Guest

    SUPPLY, 0 TO 160 VDC / 0 TO 8 AMPS, CV, CC, METERS $400
  8. Omicron

    Omicron Guest

    I am merely repeating the instructions as have been given to me, by a
    person who does not speak english. From a well accomplished project
    that has numerous working models and videos !

    I think the ones we should really be worried about is people who stalk
    these news groups to prevert naive people looking for a little bit of
    guidance and support. Any real Scientists, would be eager to help
    people which is what these News Groups are supposed to be
    about......... instead of prowling around and collecting websites,
    about peoples misfortunes, (if not actually being responsible for
    making them up) If there ever was anyone who offered their support,
    things like that would have never happened in the first place, and
    everyone would probably have Hydrogen Powered Homes and Vehicles years
    ago and not be sucking exhaust pipes, or being witless victims of
    societies dictation

    I found the instructions and a kit (which is what I have been asking
    for), for about 100$ ......... most of you people are only speculating
    something you dont know jack shit about .............

    as for the rest,,,,,, I also thank everyone here that has given their
    support and make this group for what it is about ! thanks for your
  9. Pooh Bear

    Pooh Bear Guest

    You're an idiot.

    The hydrogen economy is a vacuous wate of time fuelled as it is by
    hydrocarbon interests.

    You don't know your left from your right and it shows.

  10. Uh huh. Sure. Pull the other one, really...


    Dr. Anton T. Squeegee, Director, Dutch Surrealist Plumbing Institute.
    (Known to some as Bruce Lane, ARS KC7GR,
    kyrrin (a/t) bluefeathertech[d=o=t]calm --
    "If Salvador Dali had owned a computer, would it have been equipped
    with surreal ports?"
  11. Guest

    thats a fairly senseless spec.

    if you think the above is a fair spec, youre not adept enough.

    you need to know what psu you need first. 160vdc 4A 1kVA makes no

    Most economical is a bridge rectifier, reservoir cap on 110v. But as
    thats unisolated, it may be totally unsuitable. You'd need to know what
    it is you need first, else you may wind up frying yourself.

    theyre supporting you staying alive rather than supporting you
    achieving your foolhardy goal.

  12. CWatters

    CWatters Guest

    My guess is he needs and adjustable power supply but I agree the spec is
    inconsistant. I think 110V 1:1 isolating transformers are available - what
    do they use on building sites?
  13. Ken Taylor

    Ken Taylor Guest

    Another way of looking at it is that there are some 250 million people
    in the US alone. Let's say 5% are believers of cold fusion and other
    like-thinking technologies. Maybe only 5% of these are determined
    enough, like yourself, to get the goods. So (you can correct my math if
    you like) some 625,000 people should have the goods and be able to say
    to the world that you were all right and the rest of us will be
    gob-smacked and change to hydrogen power.

    Yet it hasn't happened. Hmmmm.

    Watch out for that power supply, it's lethal.


  14. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

    Of what? Failures?

    Surely nothing reproducible.
    No, the ones we really have to be worried about are the con artists
    who can get idiots like you to pay money for plans to build
    equipment which can't possibly work.
    **** you, you insignificant piece of shit. What do you know about
    real scientists? Absolutely nothing. You don't even have the
    wherewithal to figure out how to wind a transformer and yet you
    think you're qualified to make judgements about how 'real'
    scientists should act? And how newgroups are supposed to be used?

    This one's being used just right, right now, and it's being used to
    allow me to tell you what a stupid **** you are.
    Why don't you try talking about about something you know something
    about, like stroking your dick back and forth while pretending that
    some big black dick is working its way in and out of your ass, in
    perfect synchrony with Mr. Palm?
    OK, so educate us. Spill everything you think you know about what
    you're talking about.
    Blah, blah, blah, blah fucking blah.

    Since you're posting to three different groups, what do you mean by

    "make this group for what it is about !"?

    I don't think anyone gives a shit about your phony thanks, you
    pretentious little prick. At least, I don't.

  15. Richard

    Richard Guest


    Now, don't hold back, John; how do you really feel about this poor ignorant
    soul? ;-)

    Richard Seriani
  16. Jasen Betts

    Jasen Betts Guest

    ["Followup-To:" header set to sci.electronics.basics.]
    RCDs / GFCBs (same thing different acronym

  17. Guest

    I dont know about the US. But whatever he/she builds isnt going
    anywhere anyway. If the OP demonstrated any valid knowledge or were
    able to respond with fair points I'd accept an extremely remote
    pico-glimmer of hope. But without that, as most of us know, OP's dead
    in the water. Paying $100 for worthless paper that says build a 1kva HT
    supply is just a recipe for a Darwin.

  18. Andy Baxter

    Andy Baxter Guest

    Omicron said:
    How would you know if you /had/ proved the existence of cold fusion using
    this kit?
  19. You would die of radiation poisoning from the neutron flux. ;-P
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  20. CWatters

    CWatters Guest

    Well perhaps you are right. If they can't sort out the power supply on their
    own how will they manage the tricky calorimetry?
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