Put it on a separate circuit from your power source. The cell will
determine it's own current and if you do the transformer correctly then
the cell can carry a much higher current than the power source could
Second option; use less electrolyte in the cell. Number of ions
available also helps to determine the current that the cell will create.
harvey norris wrote:
> As usual what is concieved to to be the probable
> actions of nature, no where near matches what is the
> reality of the situation.
> I had forcasted that the E X B reaction vessel would
> make a preffered reaction in one direction. I also
> forcasted that the input would have to be chosen
> carefully, as that vessel would burn up its source.
> Burn it it does, no testings of a preffered direction
> were noted. Instead it merely burns up the diodes.
> The voltage from the alternator source can never rise
> past 2.4 volts, it just sends more amperage. That one
> phase behing limited by its voltage delivery also
> prevents the other phases from making the action
> seeking to improve efficiency, so the straight line
> approach seems rather useless, only causing disgust of
> common sense. HDN
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