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Deviations on 3 phase made with 480 hz DSR1 Amperage meter

Original poster: "harvey norris by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <harvich-at-yahoo-dot-com>

By simply changing the scale reading of the amperage
meter recording the voltage and amperages to be
delivered to a DSR1 opposition, this changes the
effect shown in small scale. This is to indicate that
small and large scale differences exist, and the
monitor for small scale can change the observation
made on larger scale.

These differences of extra "impedance" added by the
DSR1 amperage meter shows dramatic changes on how the
meter scale amperage reading itself changes the total
3 phase interaction!
DSR1 amps on high scale 
Here 1.618 parametric stator volts is enabling .29
Amps on DSR1 phase. That amperage meter has a better
scale to make the reading more accurate, as this scale
is for 400 ma to 15 A. However in this larger scale
amperage reading the V(int) reads 8.34 volts for the
1.6 stator and the MIDPT volts reads 28.35 enabling
3.704 ma acraoss ~1 nf capacity with neon leakage
DSR1 amps on low scale 
This shows the changes brought on by DSR2 side
resonances by the mere change of DSR1 amp selection
range to read more accurate! The former reading of .29
A is now 288.9 ma, in close agreement to former. But 
now DSR1 voltage rise is reduced to 7.14 volts, and
DSR2 has been reduced in operation with 20.22 volts
enabling a ~10% reduction of interphasing conduction
to ~ 3.3 ma from the former 3.7 ma. The DSR2 
metering doesnt lie, but the DSR1's dont either, but
one changes the other! Therefore we must conclude
extra impedance at 480 hz is somehow added by the
measuring instrument itself when placed on the lower
scale amperage reading.

That 480 hz effs with meter scales to a great degree,
and in this example the variances brought forward for
prosecution  in three phase alternator processes are
made self evident to a great degree. HDN

Tesla Research Group; Pioneering the Applications of Interphasal Resonances