Overview of Meyer WFC Gas Management Unit Electronics

During the next few weeks, I will be working to reverse engineer all of Meyer’s circuits based on the huge amount of photographic evidence which has come into my possession (thanks to my friend and colleague in this research Russ Gries). I now have highly resolved photographs of the front and back sides of all the electronic circuits that made up Meyer’s work. It will therefore now be possible to reverse engineer everything!

For starters:

The rack below is Meyer’s Gas Management Unit (GMS).

Figure 1. - Gas management system

Figure 1. - Meyer's Gas management system

This was the control unit mounted in Meyer’s water powered dune buggy:

Gas Management Unit (GMS) installed in Meyer's water powered dune buggy

Gas Management Unit (GMS) installed in Meyer's water powered dune buggy

Closer shot of the GMS in Meyer's water powered dune buggy

Closer shot of the GMS in Meyer's water powered dune buggy

This rack contains 18 module cards and a cable connection bay with 8 ports.

The card modules are (from left to right):

1) Card Extender

2) Exh Gate

3) Air Gate 1

4) Exhaust

5) Air Gate 2

6) Speed Limit

7) Alarm

8 ) Freq Gen

9) Water Cell

10) Accel

11) Injector 1

12) Injector 2

13) Injector 3

14) Injector 4

15) Dist

16) Dist

17) 10V Power

18 ) 5V Power

 

The cable connection bay contains the ports:

1) Alarm (7 pins)

2) Dist (7 pins)

3) Gate (2 pins)

4) Accel (32 pins)

5) Exhaust Gate (2 pins)

6) TOR (8 pins)

7) DC Power (2 pins)

8 ) VIC Circuit (6 pins)

 

Below are larger view  images of these sections:

1) Card Extender

Figure 2. - Card extender

Figure 2. - Meyer's GMS card extender module

2) Exh Gate

Figure 3. - Exhaust gate

Figure 3. - Meyer's GMS exhaust gate module

3) Air Gate 1

Figure 4. - Air gate card

Figure 4. - Meyer's GMS air gate 1 module

4) Exhaust

Figure5. - Exhaust module

Figure5. - Meyer's GMS exhaust module

5) Air Gate 2

Figure 6. - Air gate 2 module

Figure 6. - Meyer's GMS air gate 2 module

6) Speed Limit

Figure 7. - Speed limit module

Figure 7. - Meyer's speed GMS limit module

7) Alarm

Figure 7. - Meyer's alarm module

Figure 8. - Meyer's GMS alarm module

8 ) Freq Gen

Figure 8. - Meyer's freq generator module

Figure 9. - Meyer's GMS freq generator module

9) Water Cell

Figure 9. - Meyer's GMS water cell module

Figure 10. - Meyer's GMS water cell module

10) Accel

 

Figure 11. - Meyer's GMS accel module

Figure 11. - Meyer's GMS accel module

11) Injector 1

Figure 12. - Meyer's GMS injector 1 module

Figure 12. - Meyer's GMS injector 1 module

12) Injector 2

Figure 13. - Meyer's GMS injector 2 module

Figure 13. - Meyer's GMS injector 2 module

13) Injector 3

Figure 14. - Meyer's GMS injector 3 module

Figure 14. - Meyer's GMS injector 3 module

4) Injector 4

Figure 15. - Meyer's GMS injector 4 module

Figure 15. - Meyer's GMS injector 4 module

15) Dist

Figure 16. - Meyer's GMS dist 1 module

Figure 16. - Meyer's GMS dist 1 module

16) Dist

Figure 17. - Meyer's GMS dist 2 module

Figure 17. - Meyer's GMS dist 2 module

17) 10V Power

Figure 18. - Meyer's GMS 10V power module

Figure 18. - Meyer's GMS 10V power module

18 ) 5V Power

Figure 19. - Meyer's GMS 5V power module

Figure 19. - Meyer's GMS 5V power module

All 8 elements of the cable connection bay can be seen below:

Figure 20. - Meyer's GMS cable connection bay

Figure 20. - Meyer's GMS cable connection bay

1) Alarm (7 pins)

2) Dist (7 pins)

3) Gate (2 pins)

4) Accel (32 pins)

5) Exhaust Gate (2 pins)

6) TOR (8 pins)

7) DC Power (2 pins)

8 ) VIC Circuit (6 pins)

 

The GMS Unit connected to the Voltage Intensifier Unit.

Figure 21. - Meyer's VIC control unit

Figure 21. - Meyer's VIC control unit

This unit was mounted on the back of the water powered dune buggy as shown below.

Figure 22. - Meyer's VIC control unit installed in the rear of the dune buggy

Figure 22. - Meyer's VIC control unit installed in the rear of the dune buggy

This rack contains 11 module cards and a cable connection bay with 12VDC rail terminals,  2 cable connection ports and a power switch.

The card modules are (from left to right):

1) Steam Resonator

2) Resonant Cavity 10

3) Resonant Cavity 9

4) Resonant Cavity 8

5) Resonant Cavity 7

6) Resonant Cavity 6

7) Resonant Cavity 5

8 ) Resonant Cavity 4

9) Resonant Cavity 3

10) Resonant Cavity 2

11) Gas Processor

Each of these cards have identical user interfaces.

 

I’ll be putting up details of the first card module soon.

 

Please also be sure to visit Russ’ site: http://rwgresearch.com/

Russ has done a lot great research including some further work on my discovery of the true function of Meyer’s EPG (ie. the gas core transformer http://www.alexpetty.com/2010/11/17/meyers-gas-core-transformer/).

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