HHO stands for oxyhydrogen, a gas obtained from water used to run cars. PWM means pulse wave modulation and is a new technique used to deliver an intermediate amount of power. It can be used in various fields like telecommunication, power delivery and voltage regulation. A PWM sends signal in pulses. The width of each pulse determines the amount of power sent and actually this technology can be used for HHO generators as well.
The PWM Technology
A PWM is basically an electronic switch that switches off and on very rapidly. The speed is very quick and it can modulate the on time versus off time. The term duty cycle is used to describe the on time during each cycle expressed in percentage. Despite the fact that it switches on and off, the output signal appears smooth because is the rate is very high, just like a light bulb which goes on and off 120 times a second, but our eyes perceives a continuous light. The advantage is that a desired voltage can be delivered without much hassle. The PWM turns on and off rapidly so that amount of energy wasted in almost negligible.
The Purpose of a HHO PWM
Now the question arises, why do you need a HHO PWM? A HHO generator produces a lot of heat when it runs for few hours straight. This is particularly troublesome when you are running it for 6-8 hours in a day. If you donâ€™t take care of this problem, it will degrade the performance. High temperature can melt the metallic container and it will consume more amperage. So a HHO PWM is required to cut down heat production as it averages out the current and keeps the system cool for smooth operation. You can buy inexpensive and expensive HHO PWM by clicking here.
Why Use HHO PWM
Another advantage of HHO PWM is that it produces ortho HHO gas, which is 3 times more combustible than the para isomer. This better quality of gas increases the efficiency of your engine. When you use a HHO engine it enhances the performance of your car and makes it more environmentally friendly, and on top of that, if you use HHO PWM it makes a great combination for any type of car.
If youâ€™ve been looking to convert your car to an alternative fuel source (or to build a HHO gas Generator or a HHO Dry Cell Device to help save on your fuel bill and own hydrogen fueled cars) these are the guides we recommend:
Either Run Auto With Water (#1 on our Hydrogen fueled cars review page) or Gas 4 Free (#2 on our Hydrogen fueled cars review page) will make it easier for you to really learn about DIY HHO Gas Generators!