9XB Stanley Meyer   

Signal generator (9XB)

This Board now INcludes the 9xd Voltage Regulator. 

and is used with the 8XA VIC Voltage intensifier cicuit.

this is meyers circuit, he used it in the 8xa and the basic circuit is in most of his research 








Dan  danieldonatelli1@gmail.com 

This simple circuit operates from 1 Hz to about 12,4 kHz. It maintains 50% duty cycle. It was built by stanley to operate with house power and frequency. The circuit consist of: - 1 x 555 Timer - 1 x 74LS04 - 1 x H11D1 - 1 x DIP selector switch - 1 x 7805 voltage regulator - 1 x 100 Kohm potentiometer - 1 x FWBR - 3 x 74LS90 - 2 x 220 ohm resistor - 2 x 4,7 Kohm resistor - 1 x 1 Kohm resistor - 1 x 10 Mohm resistor - 1 x LED - 3 x 1000 UF cap - 1 x 330 UF cap - 2 x 10nF cap (non polarized)



Stanley Meyr 9XB Stan HHo Hydrgen
Stanley Meyr 9XB Stan HHo Hydrgen

9XA   Has the 9XD Power Supply Built in 


Daniel Strongly Suggest you down load this video to you pc and 

than re up load to other video streaming sites 






Parts and demo 

Don gabel and his 8xa demo 


9xd power supply 

how to assemble the 9xb( 8xa) 

the SCR board 

how a variac works 

don gabel shows his 8xa 

me plating with my 8xa 

how to wind the inductor 

how a transformer works............funny 

the 9xb and 9xa board 

my first board 

the 8xa wave form...........my first time to understand it 

Learning alot......8xa and distilled water 

the 555 timer is what makes the clock pulse. this is based off the meyer 555 arangment. you can see the signal that comes off the 555. the pot turns to speed up or slow down the. in this circuit, you can choose the speed of the frequency (meyers circuit only contains one freqency selection) , by the dip switch selection and then fine tune it with the potentiometer. this frequency output, then goes into the divide by 10...7490 chip

the meyer circuit, then goes ninto nthe 7490, as a devide by 10. this is a ripple counter. most any frequency input will be counted and for every 10 ripples in, one square wave 50% duty cycle will be output

so if you use multiple divide by 10.... you can divide 10khz to 1khz to 100hz.... like that. which is what meyer did


now you can take that same 7490 chip and devide by say 5 or 2 this is a devide by 2 diagram

so if you use multiple divide by 10.... you can divide 10khz to 1khz to 100hz.... like that. which is what meyer did


now you can take that same 7490 chip and devide by say 5 or 2 this is a devide by 2 diagram

now the 7404 is an invert chip. simply when you input an on, the chip says its an off. when you input an off, the chip says its a on. a 7414 is the same pinout. and funtions simularly, but different.....i suggest you look into some of this



The 5 volt regulator is power for the circuit only. it is a 7805 voltage regulator. the 05 shows its 5 volts. you can input 7 to 37 volts. 2 volts are lost in the regulator. at 7 volts no heat sink should be needed. at 37 volts, the extra voltage is disapated in heat, and a heat sink and fan are needed. you can pass 1.5 amps though this regulator. use a heat sink to do that.


SCR HOW MUCH AMPERS and voltS can release and at which frequency max ,min

the circuit was designed for 120 hz.........the circuit is a gate( on or off ) of rectified house power. 120 hz pulsed DC the circuit here can handle up to 6 amps. meyer used a 5 amp variac, so 140 volt and 5 amps maximum power i am not sure how fast of frequency it would handle. an scr is made to chop pulsed DC


usa house frequency is 60 hz rectify that.......it becomes 120 hz pulsed dc the 9xb is made to on and off the 120 hz............its an scr..........it turns pulsed freqency on and off. there has to be an of time for the scr to function. say on for 10 pulse off for 10 pulses..........it will not make 5khz pulses from pulsed dc of 120 hz its a gate function the rectified house power is the main frequency


60 hz AC full wave rectification, becomes 120 hz pulsed DC


What is the biggest constant in the universe -no MAN can change TIME LINE -It is just an illusion and if you cut off the signal with 120hz or 50/50 meaning current which is at the entrance(watts) you only 50% get out which means VFC works with 50% of power with alternator you roughly have 500-1000 hz true and pure oscillations-and we all know what that means and Meyer constantly mentions 5000hz or 5khz


the vic transformers work on the design of the coil and perm of the core. he set them to match 5 khz, which is the midpoint that his circuit would pulse at. the variac circuit was different that it worked at 120 hz, that was his first test unit i think. then the alternator, then the more complex circuits


9xa There is only used 50% of enrgy from variac-but it is not important now that will explain later I presume you've got a small hho gas production also you applying a significant amount of energies for this process but what it means apply-it's like a normal capacitor when is full you have a big energy between tiles ,you have great energy but it is not spending my question is, you can prove it with 9xa you do not need any extra equipment(this can be easily done later)if we are right). and here is not important quantities of gas and time.It is important current consumption right away measure from the outlet and the amount of gas produced I guess you spend a couple of watts and the amount of gas will be small , but will also be a great In response to consumed wats and if is accurate then only needs to boost system with his electronics and stuff-Only then we will get the true extent of consumption production what I mean hi has efficiency only at high energy levels


1n4005 diode should be ok picture of your cell please its my opinion that all test with Meyers cells should be made with rain AND city water either or, one then the other meyer lived in grove city, a suberb of Columbus, the capital city of the state. his tap water was treated city water. over and over we see him fill it from the garden hose if your cell is too small and just one tube set, I will say it will heat up I also think at proper resonate action , a completely different process will take over


the size of the vessel if there is no water flow, you turn it into the meyer heater



So the two wires go in and are bifilarly wound and then they come out... Are the two "beginning wire ends" hooked up to the pos and meg on the scr, or is one hooked upto the cell and the other to the scr. talking about the inductors for the Ecore's The wiring up of them, one start hotwire to the cell and one negative finish to cell?


Circuit Pictured Below Showing Bifilar wind and connections.






what I can make out from Stan's writing on this inductor, It says (56 - 62)


Is this the numbers of turns variation on this inductor?

14 x 4 =56 15 x 5 = 62 or did he used smaller gauge as it would be a tight fit for 18AWG?


18 ga wire = 4 layers of 13 turns thats 52 turns


don gabel said it was 18 ga,

but he never unwrapped it so if it was slightly smaller wire 4 layers and 14 turns,


then you would get 56 6 more turns of one side may fit to get the 56-62

math says 19 ga adds up to those numbers i ordered 19 ga wire


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Coil Winding Pic this is for th special look chokes coils 

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Permability 2000-3000


Here is a 62 turn Inductor coil choke made for the 9xa/b As discussed in this forum some of us wanted to know what the 56-62 on Stan's choke meant. We think it is possible that Stan may have used the 19 A.W.G wire and if he did then the numbers of the 56-62 match!


I believe it was possible for me to make this a 64 turn choke with this wire but that would be max! I used 0.92mm paper spacers x4 between layers, that is (about) the thickness of the wire. picture may look like they are not all the same, but they are as the edge may not be. 15 1/2 turn per layer x4 and still able to close the gap of the E core if need be. please note: I can not test this out yet as I still need to order a veriac and meters. All in good time


I would still like to find out what happened if you don't use the spacers between the layers? I would still like to find out what happened if you fill up the E core with as many windings as you can? Thinking it might come in handy if you are to build a big HHO unit to match the capacitance.


Another thing about this inductor,


A few Builder have said they  hit resonance with the 8xa,at what freq?

because 54 turns is very few turns,small coils resonate at very high freq...Also JL naudin hits resonance with a bif coil similar to Stan's but at 47Khz,Tony with 4H bif coils.....Cheers!!!


the inductor here is what stan used in his 8xa, so it will work with the big tube set. a tank circuit, is what i have told everyone, and what meyer descibes. in a tank circuit, there are 3 variables. inductance, capacitance, frequency. take this -------------------------- x ----------- y ---------------------------------------------- z lets call them xyz x is frequency y is inductance z is capacitance -------------------------- y ----------- x ---------------------------------------------- z -------------------------- y ----------- z ---------------------------------------------- x

these will all resonate it is just like tuning in a radio. as i have said. to listen to your favorite station, you have to tune the radio to resonate with that station in this case our favorite station is 120hz. rectified house power. tune the radio in to match. in meyers battery circuit, our station is 5khz


NO! not in this instance. the scr chops rectified power at the "bump" in the pulse. the scr simply will not function as faster then 120 hz. the pulse train is the 120 hz, the scr makes the gate. resonance is not a magic frequency, resonance is a matched frequency with all componates. tony talks over and over about AC...........AC does not make HHO scr s will latch if not used correctly. the 8xa circuit is 120hz main frequency, and the scr cuts off that frequency, as a gate. the 8xa is a tuned circuit to match 120 hz. on time of the pulse train is the same as the off time.............this is the 8xa circuit, using the 9xb driver with an scr. i stand behind what i say here. this is fact. it works just like tuning a radio



i still use the first cores i wound. i believe they were ec 52





if your core is straight then you have losses out the ends. if you have a teroid, the flux lines stay in the ring. if you have a closed E and I core, the flux tends to stay in the core, mostly, with limited losses. i think what bussi was telling you, is your core will have a huge gap, because the magnetic flux would want to flow from the center core to the side core. when you gap a Ecore, there is a loss at the gap. a small gap can be fine, a huge gap is a huge loss. there is some point that the gap is just too large. however a straight core is more like a magnet. when we get into higher frequencies and skin effects, this is different then a saturated core effect. the welding rods act as a laminated core, and yes open ended. the key to all cores are saturation and reflection, as well as magnetic loss, and reabsorbing the flux they sale a magnetic paper type material. you can view the flux lines in the paper. it is fairly cheep


Core Gap

here is a good video that i think may help you for it did me. When he gets to showing the inductor, capacitor and the lite bulb part as he says pay close attention to what he is doing. Pretend the lite bulb is the water in you cell. Once you watch this video several times and you fully understand it you will see how and what you can do to make the bulb lite or in our case the water to make gas. This is the same setup as the 8xA with a fixed frequency. Also notice you can move the inductor in and out to change the frequency. That is the same thing as gaping the core as Max talks about. But keep in mind that you can only gap a core so much, it is not like a rod core that you can slide in and out. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=QwUgYBzdcrM


if you look at meyers patents and drawings. as well as the demo tube set, and other material. you will see that he turned off cell sets, and adjusted the tube legths.........this adjusts the capacitance of the cell. removing or adding wire turns will change the inductance of the inductor. and so will sliding the core in or out, as well as different permabilaties. too much gap and you change a lot of things. flux leakage can come from a wide gap. a gap normally is an amount of flux leakage. open ended inductors have much flux loss. E cores mated to an E or I will have less loss, and a teroid will have the least loss.


One thing I found out about gaping a core If anyone takes this route. Is if you use a E core only gap the center leg that your bobbin is on using sand paper, lay the sand paper on a flat surface that will allow you to only sand the center leg and slide the core along the sand paper and gauge it after each time you slide it across the sand paper, just the center leg of the core. If you decide to use this method start out using a piece of 40 gauge wire as a gauge for the gap. I would not advise anyone to go over a 30 gauge wire gap as Max pointed out there will be to much flux leakage.

Using 9xb in Flip Flop 

This is how flip - flop circuit works with Stanley Meyer 9xb circuit and activates three relays This board has two components: Microchip CD4013BC - 2 Resistor 4,7 K - 1

Using 2x 9xb to make a 9xa

This is how flip - flop circuit works with Stanley Meyer 9xb circuit and activates three relays This board has two components: Microchip CD4013BC - 2 Resistor 4,7 K - 1

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