...Between the Q2 Water Energy System and Copies
Power supply variations and differing fields
Off the shelf transformers:
In the approximately 7 years QTech has been producing the Q2 System many changes have occurred in the manufacture of transformers, which is a primary component in the power supply. Obviously there are numerous transformers, which are close enough and basically do the same job. One important factor that must be remembered is cheaper quality or poorly constructed transformers will overlay what is termed electrical noise into the circuit degrading and changing the resultant field produced by the Array. This obviously in turn reduces the intended effectiveness and can cause unwanted long term affects.
- Close enough is NOT good enough!
Adjustable voltage control:
Due to the unique qualities of water in towns and cities around the world it was found that each different water source created their own unique challenges to overcome. One of the most prevalent was poor water quality or highly conductive water, which required the unit to use more energy to produce the desired result. Many options were considered to remedy this situation and virtually all were discounted due to there degrading affect on the field affect generated by the unit. The first way that QTech tackled the problem was efficient but was cumbersome and difficult to use. QTech also looked at the possibility of using a variable switch to regulate the power supplied to the Array, This was immediately discounted as this type of adjustment would create far too much electrical "noise" within the circuit leading to a degradation of the resultant field.
Methodology of construction and choice of electrical components:
As electrical component technology has changed so has the power supply for the Q2 unit, as one component becomes obsolete or is manufactured by a different process others must be found. For each component used in the power supply hundreds can be found that will do in electrical terms, "the same job". If we refer to the tuning fork example raised earlier, each individual component produces its own unique signal if these signals or vibrational resonances are not in harmony with each other, again the desired result can be diminished or wrong. It is not as simple as purchasing the cheapest component and using it, you must be aware of the field interactions and join them together to produce the correct harmonics. The controlling factor of field science even extends to the design, layout or placement of components within the power supply to ensure a correct energy flow. Conventional electronics does not recognize or for that matter understand the principles of field science and so does not see it as a consequence to operating effectiveness of electronic equipment.
Another integral part to the power supply manufacture is the choice of connectors and cable that connect the Array to the power supply, as an example the use of audio connection pins compared to proper electrical connectors. While both carry or transfer electrical energy each are constructed from differing materials and with different processes. Audio connectors can again overlay particular noise or interference to the signal supplied to the Array.
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