Android Controlled Spark Plug Driver: Universal LENR Reactor
|March 26, 2013||Posted by Jack Cole under Dale Basgall, Hobbyist LENR, Universal LENR Reactor|
I have built a spark plug driver circuit designed by Dale Basgall to work with my Android control system. This circuit will be part of the control circuitry for the Universal LENR Reactor–invented by Mr. Basgall and his team. Mr. Basgall’s design calls for the use of a deep cycle battery, which I will be adding to the set up soon. Mr. Basgall has also provided me with a number of PowerPoint presentations for teaching about some of the theory and operation of this type of circuit.
I have made a video of the first test run of the system, and it appears to work well. The initial test was run at 30 Hz with a pulse width modulation (PWM) signal from the Android IOIO board.
Below is the circuit designed by Mr. Basgall for driving a spark plug from the Android device.
Mr. Basgall put a lot of work into the following PowerPoint presentations explaining the concepts underlying the operation of the above circuit and relates how these concepts may be important in LENR.
Mr. Basgall explains concepts of biasing elements as it relates to the spark plug driver circuit shown above.
Mr. Basgall explains concepts of saturation and oscillation.
Mr. Basgall explains concepts of induction and conduction in the following presentation.