When we tested the Hamilton flywheel for the static high voltage GENECON, we found that the flywheel did not rotate at all. Is there any know-how?

October 17, 2008

Note that: When assembling the support shaft for the flywheel, install them firmly. When the surface of polyvinyl chloride sheet supplied with the equipment is wet, leak current flows (electric leakage). Remove moisture using alcohol or the like. Place the rotation part on the top end of the support shaft in parallel with the floor in a wobbly condition.

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We want to replace felt fot static high voltage GENECON. Please provide instructions for replacement.

October 17, 2008

Do not replace the felt by yourself. Otherwise the performance of the equipment may deteriorate. In addition, replacement or modification of the product by the customer invalidates the warranty.


Is it possible to perform an electric discharge test by charging an aluminum current collector ball using the high voltage generation box WMS-001 instead of the static high voltage GENECON?

October 17, 2008

Do not use the high voltage generation box in this test. It is dangerous because the electric current of the WMS-001 high voltage generation box is higher than that of the static high voltage GENECON. Application of the WMS-001 high voltage box to a long term test results in breakage of the high voltage transformer.


Is it possible to perform a test where the static high voltage GENECON illuminates a fluorescent lamp? Please provide instructions.

October 17, 2008

The high voltage Static GENECON can illuminate a fluorescent lamp. Charging a capacitor with static electricity generated by the Static GENECON using a separately sold simplified capacitor assembly kit N99-B10-1324-05 and supplying static electricity charged to the capacitor to a fluorescent lamp illuminates the lamp. Or charging a separately sold aluminum current collecting sphere N99-B10-1324-03 with static electricity generated by Static GENECON and supplying static electricity.


We performed a test where the static electricity generated by the static high voltage GENECON bends city water flowing down from a faucet. City water flowing down to the static high voltage GENECON side was bent, but city water flowing down to the opposite side of the static high voltage GENECON was not experimentally bent. Please provide instructions.

October 17, 2008

Electricity generated by the static high voltage GENECON is positive. An approach of positive electricity generated by the static high voltage GENECON to city water as a dielectric substance charges city water with negative electricity. Therefore attraction between the positive electricity generated by the static high voltage GENECON and the negative electricity charge of the city water results in phenomenon where the city water is drawn to the static high voltage GENECON side showing as if city water is bent. In order to bend to the opposite side of the static high voltage GENECON,


How can we deal with the dirt from the felt for the static high voltage GENECON?

October 17, 2008

Since it is important that the felt keeps fluffing, dirty felt can be used as is.


How can we handle the operation of the handle wheel of the static high voltage GENECON when it becomes heavy?

October 17, 2008

Wipe the drum with ethanol and manually warp the felt sheet several times slowly to make it loose. Note that excessive warpage may deform the felt sheet this time.