Power "HHO" device to a vehicle is directly proportional to power the alternator on a given vehicle. If the alternator is 100A and the output voltage of 14.1 V we have the alternator with a power of 1.41 KW.
Each alternator has an upper threshold at which forces can operate continuously. The average power is 60% of the total power of the alternator (the large alternators go up to 85% of total capacity). So we can take a useful power from the vehicle only if the sum of all electrical equipment on the vehicle, working at the same time, we add to our strength, "HHO" cell and a result can not exceed the lower number of signs in the vehicle alternators power expressed in amperes.
This data can include measured by vehicle and include all electrical devices on the vehicle that would otherwise normally work together. Then turn on the HS-VG pulse modulator and gradually turning up the power cell. During this time, constantly measures the voltage of the vehicle. If the vehicle is at 12V, that is when you turn on 14V, the upper limit of power that the alternator can produce, we have at the moment when the voltage from 14.1 V power amplification in the cell drops to 12.5 V. Or the vehicle at the upper limit of 24V power that the alternator can produce we have at the moment when the voltage drops from 28V to 25V. This test gives reliable data on the ultimate capabilities of the vehicle alternators.
Cross section that HS-VG powered electricity from the vehicle should be at 10mm2 every two cells in the system. Voltage of 14V with two cells connected in parallel section = 10mm2 copper wire. Voltage of 28V in series with two related CELLS = 10mm2 cross section copper conductor. Increasing the number of cells required to increase the conductor in the above relation.
For an average 20% fuel savings for a period of one hour of operation, per 1000 cm3 displacement, requires that the device produces 30 to 60 gallons of gas per hour or 0.5 to 1 liter per minute.
The ratio of invested power, electricity from the vehicle, in the process of electrolysis of water in the device HS-VG and gas obtained during one hour of work, is that it takes up to 200W 240W to make electricity from the vehicle, depending on the conditions of devices, to get 60 gallons of "HHO" gas.
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voltage intensifiers -Transformers configurs on providing high voltage and low amps to cell to greaty improve gas production and reduce loads on alternator's'.
Whilst improving power and reducing loads on engines.