E-Cat Report Update – No Evidence of Hidden Power
|June 10, 2013||Posted by Jack Cole under Andrea Rossi, E-Cat, Validation Reports|
Not long after the publication of the report validating the operation of Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat HT, skeptics asserted that Mr. Rossi may have concealed direct current (DC) within the alternating current (AC) supplied to the device. The report authors have updated the report with an appendix addressing this concern.
All cables were checked before measurements began. The ground cable, the presence of which was necessary for safety reasons, was disconnected. The container holding the electronic control circuitry was lying on a wooden plank and was lifted off the surface it was resting on, and checked on all sides to make sure that there were no other connections. We furthermore made sure that the frame supporting the E-CAT HT2 was not fastened to the pavement and that there were no cables connected to it. Therefore, apart from its connections to the control electronics, the E-CAT HT2 appeared to be electrically insulated.
The PCE-830, in addition to providing voltage and current values for each phase, allows one to check both the waveform and its spectral composition in harmonics of the fundamental frequency (50 Hz). As far as voltage is concerned, the figures, considering that peak values are shown, clearly show that the waveform was sinusoidal and symmetrical, and that there were no levels of DC voltage – having it been already established that there were no other electrical connections.
Pictures are shown in the appendix of the PCE-830’s measurements of the waveform of the input current. So it would seem that two major issues were addressed in the appendix: 1) the possibility of supplying current through the metal frame holding the E-Cat HT, and 2) hidden DC current being supplied to the system.