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    Hello all! i'm running a colloidal silver generator with polarity switch at 1Khz, and i have determined that the duty cycle is absolutely critical. if duty cycle is 50.01% that means that at 1Khz, one silver bar conducts the positive terminal about 0.0001 seconds MORE than the negative at each cycle, at 1Khz thats 1000hz * 0.0001 = 0.1 seconds of difference between one bar and the other EVERY SECOND. That does't seem like much, but if you wait for 10 minutes = 600 seconds, you get 600*0.1= 60 seconds. these numbers are not exact, just an aprox, so around one full minute that the positive spends on one bar more than on the other for every 10 minutes. After one hour, one of the bars is completely black and the other is light grey, almost intact. so you see the importance of having a 50.000% duty cycle PMW to generate an even formation of oxides between the bars, this results on a much cleaner batch.

    Also, i'd like to ask whoever knows, higher frequencies seem to produce less oxides at the same rate of colloidal silver generation than lower freqs. any comments? the duty cycle's exactness is less important at lower frequencies, so if high freqs is required, duty cycle is CRITICAL, thanks for your time.

    have a good day everyone

    carlos

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    Can you please explain why this is General health and Wellbeing?

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      Originally posted by Carlos Galvis View Post
      Hello all! i'm running a colloidal silver generator with polarity switch at 1Khz, and i have determined that the duty cycle is absolutely critical. if duty cycle is 50.01% that means that at 1Khz, one silver bar conducts the positive terminal about 0.0001 seconds MORE than the negative at each cycle, at 1Khz thats 1000hz * 0.0001 = 0.1 seconds of difference between one bar and the other EVERY SECOND. That does't seem like much, but if you wait for 10 minutes = 600 seconds, you get 600*0.1= 60 seconds. these numbers are not exact, just an aprox, so around one full minute that the positive spends on one bar more than on the other for every 10 minutes. After one hour, one of the bars is completely black and the other is light grey, almost intact. so you see the importance of having a 50.000% duty cycle PMW to generate an even formation of oxides between the bars, this results on a much cleaner batch.

      Also, i'd like to ask whoever knows, higher frequencies seem to produce less oxides at the same rate of colloidal silver generation than lower freqs. any comments? the duty cycle's exactness is less important at lower frequencies, so if high freqs is required, duty cycle is CRITICAL, thanks for your time.

      have a good day everyone

      carlos

      Hi Carlos,

      In the Teslaian wisdom Frequency and Pulse have entirely different paradigm.. the first one is of the transverse EM nature.. when dealing with frequency of Transverse nature, the duty cycle does not necessarily imply... the role of the duty cycle here is played by the Amplitude of the Signal wave. not so with the Pulse wave.. duty cycle is essential here and determines the true Longitudinal nature of the Electromagnetism. the signal wave generated by way of Inductive spike or Capative dump needs to be duty cycled..try this out and it shall open up new doors of understanding on to your electroplating process here...
      Rgds,
      Faraday88.
      'Wisdom comes from living out of the knowledge.'

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