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Posted by Josepi on January 1, 2011, 8:13 pm
 
He has been demonstrating this circuit in these groups for several years
now.
He apparently isn't capable of understanding a schematic or wiring it.


It's a simple circuit....  Hook it up.

Let us know how it goes.


boB





Posted by Jim Rojas on January 1, 2011, 11:07 pm
 
Josepi wrote:

I have the circuit running on a single phase for 3 years now. I am
asking for help on getting it setup on 220v. I am no electrical
engineer, so my knowledge is limited to trial and error. No one here is
able to come up with a solution.

If I connect a second circuit in parallel to the first, it works fine.
The minute I connect it to the 2nd Hot AC line, a fuse blows. So I
replaced the fuses with resettable DC circuit breakers.

Jim Rojas

Posted by Josepi on January 2, 2011, 1:19 am
 You will not be able to acheive two voltages 180 degrees out of phase on in
phase without some isolation. It isn't possible.

It also isn't possible to backfeed a 120 Vac supply (180 volts peak) from a
3 volt or even a 48 volt dc supply without some voltage level
transformation. Since your circuit has none and you claim it is working
successfully you are only looking like a complete fool and a liar.

Now get real or go away. You are losing (have lost) listeners very quickly.
I went ovet this same garbage with you last year as well as other people,
also. Any person with any real circuit experience can see this is a bad joke
that has been played on you and made you look very foolish.

I am not being nasty in any way. Find a real electrical guy (Radio, TV guy,
not an electrician...most couldn't tell your ass from a thyroid, control
circuit guy or electrical eng.) and show him/her this circuit. Then listen
to them and stop the nonsense before it cascades on you here.



Josepi wrote:

I have the circuit running on a single phase for 3 years now. I am
asking for help on getting it setup on 220v. I am no electrical
engineer, so my knowledge is limited to trial and error. No one here is
able to come up with a solution.

If I connect a second circuit in parallel to the first, it works fine.
The minute I connect it to the 2nd Hot AC line, a fuse blows. So I
replaced the fuses with resettable DC circuit breakers.

Jim Rojas



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