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How to adjust amperage?
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How to adjust amperage?
How do you adjust the amperage? I know very little about electronics. Is it done by adjusting the electrolyte or is there a different way? Also how do you measure amperage?
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02-22-2012 01:42 AM
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RE: How to adjust amperage?
2 ways:

1) use a PWM. See this article: http://www.dry-cells.com/what-is-a-pwm for more information on what a PWM is and how it works.

2) Adjust the electrolyte

Probably there are some other ways too, but these are the 2 most practical, and the ways that its done in the HHO industry.

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RE: How to adjust amperage?
You can also decrease the gap between the plates, increase the surface area to name but a few more.
Measuring is done using an ameter that is placed inline (in series) in the circuit.....Do not bridge the cell to measure amps....that is to measure volts or potential difference.
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RE: How to adjust amperage?
Yes, exactly. There are other methods. But given a particular cell, the methods I've described are the 2 simplest to execute.

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