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HHO inductor for a buck converter

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Published on Jul 25, 2010

How to make an inductor for your HHO
in this circuit ....
buck converter...........it uses a very big inductor, the diode you see is just if the neg overloads with pos voltage......then the diode lets the pos go to the pos wire.
this is a pos and neg inductor.....the speed that the pulses tune to.......there is no colapse, just constant amp draw. the inductor evens out the pulse. the pulse controls the amp flow. both coils are primary and the direction of pos and neg pulses are a natural flow of a magnetic field.
this circuit is designed to control an amperage pulse.....to any amperage you wish.
this is not meyers circuit. the diode is in the wrong place and voltage will drop with this circuit.
but amperage is controled.....i chose 20 amps as a control, because it is easy to use from the car.
so at 12 volts and 20 amps input.............output at the cell will be 3 volts and 80 amps.....roughly.
hope this explains things
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