Here are some more questions and answers about the no-grid version of the E-Cat that Andrea Rossi has been talking about quite a bit lately.
December 17, 2022 at 4:57 AM
It seems you have considerably progressed and you are able to deliver an off-grid version of the mini SKLep, for which I congratulate you.
I hope you will allow me to ask some basic questions about this version:
1. Is this version able to generate continuously 10 Wh/h as the grid version was able to?
2. Does the off-grid version need some sort of energy source to start like a battery?
3. In case of a ‘start-up’ energy source: Must the off-grid SKLep continuously be connected to this energy source?
4. Does the off-grid version require an earthing connection?
5. Can we assume that the output voltage of a single off-grid SKLep will be around 12 Volt?
Thank you for answering our questions.
Kind regards, Gerard
December 17, 2022 at 2:33 PM
5. the voltage can be stepped up and down at will
December 17, 2022 at 3:58 AM
does SSM for the ECAT SKLep mean that the ECAT runs continuously, i.e. is never switched off? Or can the SSM ECAT be switched off and then restarted via an external source?
December 17, 2022 at 2:29 PM
it can be switched off and on anytime,
I find it very interesting that AR is describing a machine that can be switched off and on at will, but there is no connection to an external energy source like a battery. And that there is no need for an earth, which at one time he said was needed in the grid-connected E-Cat. He has mentioned previously that the difference between the grid and no-grid E-Cats is the circuitry. The only thing I can think of is that there is a switch inside that somehow activates a connection to the Zero-point energy field, and the electricity generation starts, which of course is something unheard of in any current technology.