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HHO Electrical Components





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Uploaded on Mar 14, 2008

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These are the Electrical Parts you need to install the cell in your vehicle. All are available on ebay

Circuit Breaker/Fuse: Connects between the Positive of your Battery and your Relay.

Relay: Receives Positve from your Circuit Breaker and sends it to your PWM. Your ignition switch wires to the relay so that your cell is turned on and off from the ignition.

ON/OFF Switch: You should go a step farther and add an ON/OFF Switch on your dash. Feed your ignition positive to the ON/OFF Switch. Feed the switch to your Relay control. This allows you to turn the cell off while you are driving.

PWM - Pulse Width Modulator: Changes your DC Current to Pulses of DC current. This reduces heat caused by straight DC current. PWM also allows you to adjust the amount of current flow, from inside the vehicle. You have to adjust the electrolytes in your water so that they allow your PWM to reach the maximum amount of current the PWM can handle. In other words, you can run a 20 amp PWM in water that is adjusted to conduct at 20 amps. Adjust your water to the PWM, not the PWM to the water.

Digital Amp Gauge/Meter: These are available in Analog and Digital models. I use Digital. I get precise measurement. Amp meters require a SHUNT. If the shunt is not built in, you need to purchase one.

Shunt: The shunt passes the DC current to the cell. It also allows you to measure the current. If you have a 100 amp meter, you need a 100 amp shunt (or higher).

Voltage Isolator: Lets you turn your 12 volts DC into an isolated 5 volts DC (makes it look like a different power source). A Digital amp gauge needs an isolated battery source. If you don't want to do this, use a 9 volt battery to power your digital gauge. You will have to change batteries when they run down.

Use the same Amperage parts for your PWM, Relay, and Circuit Breaker. Make sure your Amp Meter can measure that much current. Match your Shunt to your Amp Meter.

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