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Jun
13

How To Connect In Parallel ?

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This article talks about how to & why connect in parallel 2 or more HHO Cells that use plates as electrodes. Most known type is Dry Cell, but any kind of unit using more than 2 plates as electrodes can be connected in parallel.

If you need to connect 2 or more Mason Jar type units, please refer to this article : http://www.hhocellcarkits.com/hho-cell-how-to/how-to-connect-in-series

Well, you generally will have to connect plates  HHO cells in parallel because :

1 : the configuration of the plates is dividing voltage by the number of gaps the current have to “pass” through between a + connected plate and a – connected plate.

2 : Inside a HHO Cell, electrolysis will become significant at a little more than 2 volts, let say 2.5 volt.

There is a lot of litterature about electrolysis, you will read here or there that 1.8V or 1.6V or even less ( theorically 1.24 v )¬† is required for electrolysis to occur. Well, that may be true in very specific conditions, but practically, the cars HHO cell designs need more than 2 volts to give significant results. I’ve been testing a lot of HHO units & I’ve seen that 2,3,4,5 intervals are ok, but 6 is too much for a 12 volts system.

So if your cells are counting more than 2 intervals each,( that’s 3), when connecting them in series you will get 6 intervals that will divide by 6 your 12 volts battery power. In fact you get 13.5 volts when driving. So 13.5:6 = 2.25 volt. This is a very optimistic schem untill HHO cells very often count 4 or 5 intervals between + & – plates….

That’s why the parallel connection is required for dry cells or other plates designs. You simply have to wire + on + & – on – ! It’s a kid game….

However, when choosing or building a hho cell, the closer you are to 2 volts per gap, the less heat you will product. Regarding this, the +nnnn- config. seems great. You can try the +nnnnn- config. if supplied voltage is 13volt or a little more. Before deciding this test the voltage on your car when engine is running at 2-3000 rpm.

Also remember that when adding a second cell, connected in parallel, to your system, you theorically will double the amps drawing. Think of it before running the system and may be change your electrolytic bath to reach a twice lower electrolyte concentration. Other way you may burn fuses, damage your installation, or simply draw too much amps and reduce your mileage gain.

All right ? Just go ahead & be carefull on the road !

Christian, Your Brother In HHO.

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