Square1 Energy Incorporated has unveiled the Hydro-Maxx Servo Integrated Controller – a new digital technology that can save a great amount of power to produce high volumes of hydroxy gas (HHO). This patent-pending controller is meant for use with any hydroxy system. It revolutionizes the “Meyers Symmetrical Pulse Mode” Concept by placing it on “digital steroids”. Stanley Meyers is said to have the capability of running cars on water with the use of on-board electrolysis.
The controller also creates a servo controlled true digital Variable-Bidirectional-Asymmetric-Pulse-Output to safely control and power any hydrogen-on-demand “HOD” system. A USB interface and Square1’s CommanderT PC software are used to install, test and tune the HOD system.
The basic controller is a simple plug-and-play tool that controls and monitors cell output, current, electrolyzer temperature and circulation pump output. The full-blown system can map the various settings and manipulate pulse width to find a cell’s “sweet spot”. These two types of controllers feature software, as well as a programming manual that provides the Variable-Bidirectional-Asymmetric-Pulse-Wave-Output for the hydroxy cells capable of handling it.
“In twenty seconds, by pressing three buttons on the keyboard, we’ve been able to repeatedly tune a cell’s HHO molecular mass flow rate from .24 liter per minute to a sustained rate of over17 lpm for several minutes before the cell output drops back off. Our research is continuing to improve and extend that flow rate as well,” said Benson Miller, chief executive of Square1.