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  1. anglophony says:

    Nice blog with relevant informations , sir.
    I have you bookmarked and look forward to further readings.
    G’day to you

  2. Chiper says:

    Yes, really nice blog. I bookmarked too.

  3. Bjorn Sandvar says:

    Hi,
    I am a Norwegian-Canadian retired Marine Engineer. I live in Canada outside Vancouver, BC.
    I have been working as a Machinist, Welder, Engine Fitter, Sheet Metal worker and a few things more. Last thing I was doing before I retired, was that I had my own Appliance Service business.
    I have been experimenting with making Hydrogen Generators. Made one I put on my wife’s car but saved only about 20% of the gas consumption. I have been using a battery charger for my experimenting, and that is not good enough. My hope is to make an hydrogen generator that can produce enough to run the car on only hydrogen but I need some better equipment tor my experiments than the battery charger. Now I have read on the internet how to make a bridge rectifier, but I don’t know how to read this technical codes and signs. So her is where I need help from you.
    I have been watching your demo on the internet, and I am very impressed. To me it looks like it so easy for you as it is for me to read a book. You are also a very handsome looking man. What I was thinking about is a Bridge Rectifier that can take the 120 VAC from the wall outlet and make it in to so close to !20 V DC as possible. There was many guys on the net that could tell how to make a Bridge Rectifier but none of them was with high voltage, but you was the one that impressed me the most. Also most of them was low voltage. For what I am going to do I probably need some big diodes to and capacitor. Probably need to be able to take a load of about 30 DC amps out. Can you please tell me how to do this and what kind of sizes to use, and I will tell you how I am progressing, so you can drive your car on hydrogen too.
    Regards
    Bjorn

  4. Nepal says:

    Sir,

    I have read one of your article with title “Using relay tip and tricks”. It sounds interesting and looks very helpful for the circuit i am thinking to build. The circuit in question is just about driving relay by manually powering the circuit using a on/off switch. However the relay turning on/off should be quite fast such that computer does not reset. If you can help me drawing this circuit i would be really grateful. If you require more detail i can share it to you.

    I wish if i could provide you a block diagram here but it is not possible as your homepage doesnot allows to upload the diagram. Below is one line diagram and requirement in brief, hope it is clear.

    Mains power 220VAC -> Relay NC point
    Genset power 230VAC -> Relay NO point
    Computer load -> Relay common point
    12 VDC Relay coil -> To be driven by circuit in question
    Power to relay and circuit shall be 12V DC

    The requirement here is, as soon as 12VDC is applied to circuit the relay must turn ON and when 12VDC is removed the relay must turn OFF but the relay switching must happen quickly (like UPS switchover time) such that computer or alike load doesnot restart.

    Hope i have clarified the requirement. I am keen to highligh more on the requirement if you need further details. Thank you.

    Regards,
    Basanta

  5. Samir Chandra Ghosh says:

    I want to add.

  6. Alex Faulkner says:

    i need help with my power supply thing. i dont have 3.3v sense but i have a brown wire labeled V.S and a creme colored one labeled +5V.

  7. Dennis says:

    ATX Power Supply to Bench Power, Problem finding a 5watt 11 ohm ceramic dummy
    Resister. Can you help on a supplier..DL

  8. Orlie says:

    I watched your videos in you tube and I find it interesting and eductional, I always follow your videos, it great you are educating a lot of people like me electronically. Keep up educating us..

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