Hybrid Car – More Fun with Less Gas

Grid Tie Inverter Project - Page 4

register ::  Login Password  :: Lost Password?
Posted by Jim Rojas on December 22, 2010, 1:25 pm
 
The Ghost in The Machine wrote:

Insane? Maybe. I'm like most. I am just sick and tired of overpaying for
a monopolized utility. I am very well trained at handling high voltage.
I rewired my entire house, and upgraded in incoming service myself. I
went from an old 80Amp service to 200Amp.

Jim Rojas

Posted by Josepi on December 22, 2010, 3:19 pm
 
You show an obvious ignorance for basic physics and reading a schematic
diagram.

There are so many errors in that schematic of a overdone full wave bridge I
cannot begin to explain them all! You have displayed this ignorance a year
or so ago here and you were told then it was a garbage circuit and will not
do anything except probably explode.


Insane? Maybe. I'm like most. I am just sick and tired of overpaying for
a monopolized utility. I am very well trained at handling high voltage.
I rewired my entire house, and upgraded in incoming service myself. I
went from an old 80Amp service to 200Amp.

Jim Rojas



Posted by Josepi on December 22, 2010, 3:26 pm
 Sorry. Looking at the circuit again, in disbelief, the circuit will do
nothing except chage the input capacitors.

Look. Somebody is playing a bad joke on you by giving you a full wave bridge
rectifier circuit, injecting a few obvious to a tech joke capacitors and
telling you to hook it up backwards.

You have been totally suckered by a conartist and you are currently telling
the whole world you are looking for an "Up-Doc". It is going to get a lot
worse, here, if you keep displaying your ignorance on these matters.

You may be trained in high-volateg but I doubt you understand a BPD, CVT or
PC circuit.



You show an obvious ignorance for basic physics and reading a schematic
diagram.

There are so many errors in that schematic of a overdone full wave bridge I
cannot begin to explain them all! You have displayed this ignorance a year
or so ago here and you were told then it was a garbage circuit and will not
do anything except probably explode.


Insane? Maybe. I'm like most. I am just sick and tired of overpaying for
a monopolized utility. I am very well trained at handling high voltage.
I rewired my entire house, and upgraded in incoming service myself. I
went from an old 80Amp service to 200Amp.

Jim Rojas





Posted by Jim Rojas on December 22, 2010, 4:58 pm
 Josepi wrote:

The single phase 110v connection works fine. Instead of criticizing, why
not help with trying to get the 220v connection resolved?

Afterall, newsgroups were created so we can share ideas. Just ignore the
post if you do not care to help. What's the worst that can happen with
this circuit? A few blown fuses or a couple of devices fry?

Use your expertise to help, not hinder and belittle those trying to do a
worthwhile project.

Jim Rojas


Posted by Josepi on December 22, 2010, 6:19 pm
 Instead of trying to avoid the eventual outcome of this why do you not take
some elctronics courses at a local college and learn why you look so stupid
here.

It does **NOT*** work and three things come to mind from this.

1) Either this website is **your** website or you are the victim of a bad
joke. The schematic is a scam to sell some other product, only and could
never function.
2) Either way you have lied many times about your success, energy from
magic, and the schematic and are nothing short of a very poor conman.
3) You are an asshole/troll for wasting people's time and attempts to help
you with your criminal style behaviour.

We'll be watching for more of your garbage.

Shame on me, I believe we were to this point a year ago with your ignorance.
Go away.


The single phase 110v connection works fine. Instead of criticizing, why
not help with trying to get the 220v connection resolved?

Afterall, newsgroups were created so we can share ideas. Just ignore the
post if you do not care to help. What's the worst that can happen with
this circuit? A few blown fuses or a couple of devices fry?

Use your expertise to help, not hinder and belittle those trying to do a
worthwhile project.

Jim Rojas




This Thread
Bookmark this thread:
 
 
 
 
 
 
  •  
  • Subject
  • Author
  • Date
please rate this thread