The Vic Matrix Set
When Stanley A Meyer Installed the Voltage intensifier Circuit into his vehicle, he had several controls in it , this was the most advanced version Stan had over 12 version of the VIC voltage intensifiers Circuit this one was the final and most complex, In 1994 to 1996.
Since than a lot of the Ems Ecu EGR and Valve , pedal controls are now standard on vehicles.
and common place.
So we pull out the Vic Matrix just the Water fuel Making part and show it here.
Yes Secure Supplies worked it out and merged all the wires into hidden traces now your job is easy just buy the ready boards. See the Previously unknown VIC and Daughter board Merge. WORKING
Yes Secure Supplies worked it out and merged all the wires into hidden traces now your job is easy just buy the ready boards. See the Previously unknown GMS Gas Management System Mainboard matrix. WORKING
Here is solid state auto cut out relay protection for the
Vic Matrix GMS and Ecu Hydruino
FULLY REPLICATED Working
How did Dan do it ?
updated 31 Dec 2020
Vic Matrix Replications
Built holder for boards from 2 shelf boards as laying them out on table was taking to much room. Wiring was mostly to route power to each board. I left enough slack in wires so I could pull each board out to check it with a scope.
I was glad I did as I start to do system tests to see if everything was still working, I found I had moved pot settings and needed to reset them to match setting from my initial testing.
The scope shots in my test reports were very helpful in doing this.
Hopefully with this setup I can just connect the coils to connection strip on the end and continue testing. One thing I do not like is the 2n3055 mounted on the leg make that whole leg to be at +12 DC.
I need to do something about that. I am still working though checking things, but I did find another issue I though I would report. I started on the analog side and was working my way though resetting the pots and I am getting the results
Pictures below. Front and back of finished boards mounted power comes in on left through a 12-volt connecter and there 2 LM317s one for 10v and on for 5v that feed bus bars on back.
Common ground through out system. Boards powered from the bus bars. Bus bar on the right will connect to primary and feedback coils.
Continued testing with check the High frequency side. Verified boards are working and then checked inputs to both sides of primary coil.
Channel 1 Yellow is from Cell Driver K4 and Channel 2 Blue is from Voltage Amplitude Control K9 on Analog side. Both scope probes are hooked up prior to diodes as I wanted to see input to primary coil.
At this point I am just using a 10-ohm resistor to provide a resistive load.
The first picture shows this test setup. As there is are no coils in the system, I have hooked the output of K21 (G) back to what would be the input (H) to the board from resonance sensing pickup coil and Pulse Indicator Circuit K14 (black jumper in picture).