Cell
Configurator Instructions 





1. Enter your Operating Voltage.
That would be the source of power the cell will run on. If it is your
battery, enter the battery voltage. If it is your vehicles Alternator,
measure the voltage while the engine is running at or near your normal
driving RPM's, and enter that. If you are powering the cell from an AC
source that is being changed to DC voltage, enter that DC voltage;
example, 120 vdc, 240 vdc. 


2. Enter the Number of Plates.
That would be the number of plates you are planning to use in a single
Stack. A stack is + 
A stack is also +nnn. You can come back and change this field at any
time. 


3. Click Calculate  Anytime
you click any of the Calculate Buttons, any changes you made will be
updated. It makes no difference which one you click; they all do the
same thing. They are positioned in multiple places just for convenience. 



4. Voltage Per Water Cell:
Now you should have the # of Water Cells populated. It will be 1 less
than the number of plates. You should also have the Volts Per Water
Cell. Changing the Operating Voltage and or the Number of Plates, will
change the Volts Per Water Cell. It is this voltage that is so critical
to efficient HHO production. I recommend using 2 volts to 2.5 volts; a
little more, a little less. 



5. Number of Stacks: This
is very important. This number causes some of the Amperage fields to
populate. They in turn populate the Liters Per Minute fields. If you
have two stacks, +nnnnnn+ , the configurator will multiply by 2, the
figures in Total Amps, Liters Per Minute, and Watts. Adding Stacks
increases the multiplier number. If you are configuring a Parallel Cell,
++++, Number of Plates in this example would be 2, Number of Stacks
would be 4. It works; play with it. 



6. Active Plate Length and Width:
Use this field if you have square gaskets. You should enter the
dimensions of the inside of the gasket. These 2 fields establish the
Optimal Operating Amperage, based on square inches of a single set of
plates. Optimal Amperage is the Maximum amperage you want to run this
cell at, without introducing excess heat. Changing the value of these
fields does not, I repeat, does not change the Liter Per Minute output.
LPM is calculated by the Operating Amperage, # of Water Cells, and
Stacks. 



7. Active Round Gasket ID:
Use this field if your gaskets are round. The Inside Diameter of the
gasket establishes the square inches of surface area.... so that Optimal
Amperage can be calculated. That is all it is used for. It does not
affect LPM. 



8. Maximum Amps Per Stack:
This is the Current Density capability of the size of the plates. It is
the maximum amount of amperage that your plate surface area can pass,
without causing excess heat. If you exceed this recommended amperage,
your cell will get hot much sooner than it is designed for. 90% or more
Experimenters operate their cells at too high of an amperage for their
plate sizes. 



9. Operating Amps Per Stack:
This is an important field. Your cell is not going to produce anything
until you put something in this field. LPM gets its figures from this field,
so does Watts. The Maximum Amps Per Stack field establishes the maximum
efficiency amperage, but the Operating Amps Per Stack adjusts the LPM
and Watts. Think of it as your electrolyte mix. The stronger the mix,
the more amperage. This is where you set that amperage. This amperage
determines how much HHO gas you make. 



10. Total Amps: This field
gets populated by the Operating Amps Per Stack. If you have more than
one stack, this Total changes as you
change the number of stacks. It is interesting to see how adding Stacks,
increases amperage demand from the charging system. It is also
interesting to see how it affects LPM and Watts. 



11. Centimeters: I have
also added a few convenience fields. for calculating Centimeter. As the
Inch fields are changed, the Centimeters get populated. 



12. HHO Amounts: With the
introduction of Separation Cells, we now need a method of determining
how much of the HHO is Hydrogen and How much is Oxygen. I think this
will help. By increasing the Operating Amps, you can increase the amount
of HHO the cell produces. 





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