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Subject: Re: ozone generator diy
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Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2003 22:28:05 +1100
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so what in the way of circuits do u have or have u found the circuit plz
help ive heard that about the glass but they put plastic cup inside the
glass to change it so that outside of jar is isolatedand u can have the
inside of jar covered and inside of plastic cup lined
"Kevin McMurtrie" wrote in message
> In article <email@example.com>,
> "LEEANNE TURNER" wrote:
> >has any one got the circut for an ozone generator made from a car
> >coil like in some stores they sell a jacobs ladder kit that gives off
> >by mistake
> >Could that be changed to plates instead of probes for a larger effect???
> >has anyone repaired or opened one of these ozone gens to see what they
> >are??? or how they work!!!
> Copper tape on opposite sides of a glass sheet will do it.
> Funny thing is, I was just playing around with this tonight. The
> MOSFETs driving the ignition coil were getting hot with such a low load
> so I tried sharpening up the gate drive current with a circuit similar
> It semi-worked and then blew a gate. Doh! Time to get out the 'scope.
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