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3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?

Very useful power efficiency control products.
2 (3%)
Software Defined Electricity is the future!
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Nothing new, all been done before.
4 (6.1%)
Not sure / don't know.
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Probably mostly just snake oil / scam.
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Offline Yansi

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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #50 on: May 20, 2019, 10:11:32 am »
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #51 on: May 20, 2019, 10:45:52 am »
Why isn't this troll already banned?

But then he wouldn't be able to tell us who the manufacturer of the 24 bit 100MHz error free ADCs is. :)
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #52 on: May 20, 2019, 10:46:50 am »
Pretty neat, huh? It is always nice to teach somebody something that they did not know. You will carry that information forever.  :-+

I've now read many pages on lightning and nuke EMP, not one mentions or shows the tsunami effect. I think you're making it up.
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #53 on: May 20, 2019, 11:00:59 am »
Why isn't this troll already banned?

But then he wouldn't be able to tell us who the manufacturer of the 24 bit 100MHz error free ADCs is. :)

I get that you are repeating my words sarcastically, so let me clarify the error free data acquisition statement.

We have developed a layer in between the data acquisition and the model input. It is within this layer that the tech oversamples and by the next input (6 ns) has drilled down to the error free data.

So in other words, the input is error free.
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #54 on: May 20, 2019, 11:35:46 am »
We have developed a layer in between the data acquisition and the model input.

I always suspected it was just the reading of the digital values out of the ADC that was error free, everyone can do that.

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It is within this layer that the tech oversamples and by the next input (6 ns) has drilled down to the error free data.

It oversamples digital values? What does that even mean.

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So in other words, the input is error free.

Nope, "the input" to what?  As the analogue readings are full of random and measurement errors, no data onwards is error free.

It probably uses 24 bit math, and you're totally confused. :)
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« Reply #55 on: May 20, 2019, 11:51:27 am »
We have developed a layer in between the data acquisition and the model input.

I always suspected it was just the reading of the digital values out of the ADC that was error free, everyone can do that.

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It is within this layer that the tech oversamples and by the next input (6 ns) has drilled down to the error free data.

It oversamples digital values? What does that even mean.

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So in other words, the input is error free.

Nope, "the input" to what?

It probably uses 24 bit math, and you're totally confused.


This is not done in the same way that you are familiar with. It oversamples analog data, and within that 6ns converts to digital and performs all the data error corrections so that the input data (the data fed into the computing model) is error free.

It is literally an abstract layer of data processing that is new. Intelligent sensing.   
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #56 on: May 20, 2019, 12:40:18 pm »
This is not done in the same way that you are familiar with. It oversamples analog data, and within that 6ns converts to digital and performs all the data error corrections so that the input data (the data fed into the computing model) is error free.

Thanks for trying, I've tried, and no one will make sense of that!

How many bits wide is the "input data"? I suppose if it was cut down to only 6 bits wide you could claim that any error must be less than one LSB so it's error free. :)

Changing 60Hz power is so ruff and ready that quite a bit a error won't matter at all, so all the claims of 24 bit error free data is total nonsense.

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It is literally an abstract layer of data processing that is new. Intelligent sensing.

LOL
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #57 on: May 20, 2019, 01:39:28 pm »
This is not done in the same way that you are familiar with. It oversamples analog data, and within that 6ns converts to digital and performs all the data error corrections so that the input data (the data fed into the computing model) is error free.

It is literally an abstract layer of data processing that is new. Intelligent sensing.

I'm beginning to sound like a broken record, but I will ask one last time: Do you have a technical publication, scientific paper, or patent application which describes this? You position this as a rather central idea for 3DFS's business, with applications well beyond electricity. You can't bank on keeping it as a trade secret, right? So why not explain it in technical terms, preferably to a patent examiner?
 

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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #58 on: May 20, 2019, 02:55:39 pm »
This is not done in the same way that you are familiar with. It oversamples analog data, and within that 6ns converts to digital and performs all the data error corrections so that the input data (the data fed into the computing model) is error free.

It is literally an abstract layer of data processing that is new. Intelligent sensing.

I'm beginning to sound like a broken record, but I will ask one last time: Do you have a technical publication, scientific paper, or patent application which describes this? You position this as a rather central idea for 3DFS's business, with applications well beyond electricity. You can't bank on keeping it as a trade secret, right? So why not explain it in technical terms, preferably to a patent examiner?

On the contrary, trade secrets are the only protection today, not patents. We will build and maintain our market advantage by never disclosing our technological advantage, only the results.

The fact that we demonstrate results to clients is our market advantage (although this does slow the initial market adoption). Most executives do not care at all how the technology accomplishes what it does. They are only interested in results. With this strategy, we simply need a foot in the door to exhibit the instant asset performance improvement and efficiency gains.

This shifts our strategy to working on case studies and benefits realization models of the results instead of technical publications on how the technology works.

The same is true for SAM Controllers. Although with the smaller price points and much smaller price tag, it is expanding faster than 3DFS.

I genuinely would like to bridge this communication gap, without as you say revealing the secret sauce, and have found success with our "prove it" model.
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #59 on: May 20, 2019, 06:01:43 pm »
Why isn't this troll already banned?
Because we are all having too much fun with this thread and even learning new marketing spin terms and outright fantasy.  :-DD   This stuff is science fiction without the science.  :popcorn:
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #60 on: May 20, 2019, 06:31:32 pm »
trade secrets are the only protection today, not patents. We will build and maintain our market advantage by never disclosing our technological advantage, only the results.

Ahh, now we are getting somewhere. So you intentionally never explained how your technology works. And there I was, wondering whether we had a communication problem, maybe caused by different educational background.  ::)

Could you please share the peer-reviewed papers and independent third-party studies of the results then?
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #61 on: May 20, 2019, 06:40:40 pm »
So the little blue box senses analog anomalies at the breaker panel and over samples these glitches to make sure it hasn’t erred.   :-// All of this over sampling takes a finite amount of time.

Then it converts this huge amount of oversampling into 24 bit digital signals and sends it to the processor.  This certainly isn’t instantaneous.  |O

Then the processor accesses the super-secret algorithm and decides the best way to deal with the myriad of spikes, sags, harmonics etc. present; this has to be done for each unique anomaly in order to provide the promised results.  Happens in no time, no doubt.  :-DD

Then the processor signals the appropriate switching of some more secret circuitry that can magically capture the spikes and use the energy to fill in the sags.  WOW  And even better this all happens in real time as fast as the anomalies initiate and stop them in their tracks. :wtf:

Maybe it utilizes the infamous flux capacitor to magically go back in time and correct the problems before they happen; but how does it get to 88 miles an hour?
Maybe the marketing wizards at 3DFS believe the grid is make believe and all digital, like The Matrix.   And the blue box can magically stop the digital glitches in mid cycle.  :blah:  :blah:  :blah:  :palm:
 

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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #62 on: May 21, 2019, 09:15:45 am »
All of this over sampling takes a finite amount of time.

They claim oversampling makes the response faster. :palm:
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #63 on: May 21, 2019, 11:22:36 am »
trade secrets are the only protection today, not patents. We will build and maintain our market advantage by never disclosing our technological advantage, only the results.

Ahh, now we are getting somewhere. So you intentionally never explained how your technology works. And there I was, wondering whether we had a communication problem, maybe caused by different educational background.  ::)

Could you please share the peer-reviewed papers and independent third-party studies of the results then?

The beautiful thing about SDE is how easy and non-invasive it is to install. We go to clients and show them directly what the improvement is.

Typically, since existing power quality analyzers are pretty much useless from a data verification point of view, the easiest way for us to show the difference is to install a VectorQ and run a test where it continuously measures, but turns the correction on and off every minute for 20 minutes. Then we run a report like this https://3dfs.com/download/3dfs-redacted08292016 and compare it against their data.

Presently, we have not covered an entire data center yet. We start with a row, let them experience it and expand from there. Once we are covering a full data center, we will release a case study showing the before and after.
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #64 on: May 21, 2019, 12:10:32 pm »


So.. You are asking a  forum of EEs to trust on good faith that you are improving power quality. Yet
1.It is a revolutionary technology which does something.
2.A forum full of EEs cannot comprehend the technology.
3. You cant demonstrate it using traditional T&M equipment since they are "pretty much useless".
4. The perceived improvement can only be measured, observed and reported by your technology.
5. You cannot give away your IP / trade secrets in order to maintain your market advantage.


I am sure anything is possible if you change the rules of engagement... If you cannot, using todays widely accepted norms and standards, to demonstrate the use and benifit of your system I doubt if you can get anyone to even understand what you are wanting to communicate.


Sure, your stuff does work... but before you revolutionise physics and electronics and anything else inbetween... explain in todays terms and standards..


In the words of Richard Feynman "If you cannot explain it simply, you dont understand it".
Either that or you are stringing everyone along...


 >:D 


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trade secrets are the only protection today, not patents. We will build and maintain our market advantage by never disclosing our technological advantage, only the results.



Ahh, now we are getting somewhere. So you intentionally never explained how your technology works. And there I was, wondering whether we had a communication problem, maybe caused by different educational background.  ::)

Could you please share the peer-reviewed papers and independent third-party studies of the results then?



The beautiful thing about SDE is how easy and non-invasive it is to install. We go to clients and show them directly what the improvement is.

Typically, since existing power quality analyzers are pretty much useless from a data verification point of view, the easiest way for us to show the difference is to install a VectorQ and run a test where it continuously measures, but turns the correction on and off every minute for 20 minutes. Then we run a report like this https://3dfs.com/download/3dfs-redacted08292016 and compare it against their data.

Presently, we have not covered an entire data center yet. We start with a row, let them experience it and expand from there. Once we are covering a full data center, we will release a case study showing the before and after.


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and we are this stupid
then....
 

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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #65 on: May 21, 2019, 12:12:55 pm »
Which leads me to my next question...


If you are sure that traditional power quality analyzers are useless.. how are you able to demonstrate the effectiveness of your technology?
What is the T&M equipment your reports are based on???
What are they using for data acquisition??
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #66 on: May 21, 2019, 12:50:05 pm »
So.. You are asking a  forum of EEs to trust on good faith that you are improving power quality. Yet
1.It is a revolutionary technology which does something.
2.A forum full of EEs cannot comprehend the technology.
3. You cant demonstrate it using traditional T&M equipment since they are "pretty much useless".
4. The perceived improvement can only be measured, observed and reported by your technology.
5. You cannot give away your IP / trade secrets in order to maintain your market advantage.

Nice summary of the key points, krish.
Feels strangely familiar to the sales pitch made by the typical "audiophoolery" vendors...  ::)
 

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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #67 on: May 21, 2019, 01:54:44 pm »
Which leads me to my next question...


If you are sure that traditional power quality analyzers are useless.. how are you able to demonstrate the effectiveness of your technology?
What is the T&M equipment your reports are based on???
What are they using for data acquisition??

I guess I should dial that back a bit. It is not that they are useless, unless of course you would like precision in your readings in which case they are. We do have people come in all the time and bring their PQAs to test and see.

It is funny to us because here we provide more data and analytics that they could ever receive from their equipment, but still they are not convinced until they see it with their own eyes on their own instruments.



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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #68 on: May 21, 2019, 01:56:58 pm »
So.. You are asking a  forum of EEs to trust on good faith that you are improving power quality. Yet
1.It is a revolutionary technology which does something.
2.A forum full of EEs cannot comprehend the technology.
3. You cant demonstrate it using traditional T&M equipment since they are "pretty much useless".
4. The perceived improvement can only be measured, observed and reported by your technology.
5. You cannot give away your IP / trade secrets in order to maintain your market advantage.

Nice summary of the key points, krish.
Feels strangely familiar to the sales pitch made by the typical "audiophoolery" vendors...  ::)

1. Yes
2. It has nothing to do with comprehension. You all have more than enough intellect to understand.
3. The effect can be seen, the data cannot be verified because our technology is the only one that works at that level. The end result is seen on any equipment.
4. See 3
5. Yes.
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #69 on: May 21, 2019, 02:21:19 pm »


Regarding Point 3 - I am sorry, It doesnt work that way.
"The effect can be seen but the data cannot be verified. "


You need to be able to quantify and analyse data for your claims to hold true. As I said, todays standards for measurement and analysis.. use them to quantify and measure.. then you can prove your claims..


Pretty much any active power quality filter / manager works the same way. Power quality improvement happens only in a finite amount of ways.
1. Improving the power factor by reducing the phase difference between current and voltage
2. Reduce current and voltage harmonics in the source.
3. An uncommon method is also to balance three phase currents, but that is really only relevant in > 100s or KW power range. (granted this doesnt inherently improve power as much as reduce imbalanced load upstream to generation)


to name a few...


And as others have mentioned COTS power filters already accomplish this.. What you have done is to do speed up the rate of the correction being applied..
Its utility is a seperate point for discussion..


Behind all the smoke and mirrors, this is what your device does. The rest of the english adds little value to this fact.




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>Quote from: krish2487 on Yesterday at 10:10:32 pm
So.. You are asking a  forum of EEs to trust on good faith that you are improving power quality. Yet
1.It is a revolutionary technology which does something.
2.A forum full of EEs cannot comprehend the technology.
3. You cant demonstrate it using traditional T&M equipment since they are "pretty much useless".
4. The perceived improvement can only be measured, observed and reported by your technology.
5. You cannot give away your IP / trade secrets in order to maintain your market advantage.



Nice summary of the key points, krish.
Feels strangely familiar to the sales pitch made by the typical "audiophoolery" vendors...  ::)



1. Yes
2. It has nothing to do with comprehension. You all have more than enough intellect to understand.
3. The effect can be seen, the data cannot be verified because our technology is the only one that works at that level. The end result is seen on any equipment.
4. See 3
5. Yes.


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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #70 on: May 21, 2019, 02:55:31 pm »


Regarding Point 3 - I am sorry, It doesnt work that way.
"The effect can be seen but the data cannot be verified. "


You need to be able to quantify and analyse data for your claims to hold true. As I said, todays standards for measurement and analysis.. use them to quantify and measure.. then you can prove your claims..


Pretty much any active power quality filter / manager works the same way. Power quality improvement happens only in a finite amount of ways.
1. Improving the power factor by reducing the phase difference between current and voltage
2. Reduce current and voltage harmonics in the source.
3. An uncommon method is also to balance three phase currents, but that is really only relevant in > 100s or KW power range. (granted this doesnt inherently improve power as much as reduce imbalanced load upstream to generation)


to name a few...


And as others have mentioned COTS power filters already accomplish this.. What you have done is to do speed up the rate of the correction being applied..
Its utility is a seperate point for discussion..


Behind all the smoke and mirrors, this is what your device does. The rest of the english adds little value to this fact.




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>Quote from: ebastler on Yesterday at 10:50:05 pm


>Quote from: krish2487 on Yesterday at 10:10:32 pm
So.. You are asking a  forum of EEs to trust on good faith that you are improving power quality. Yet
1.It is a revolutionary technology which does something.
2.A forum full of EEs cannot comprehend the technology.
3. You cant demonstrate it using traditional T&M equipment since they are "pretty much useless".
4. The perceived improvement can only be measured, observed and reported by your technology.
5. You cannot give away your IP / trade secrets in order to maintain your market advantage.



Nice summary of the key points, krish.
Feels strangely familiar to the sales pitch made by the typical "audiophoolery" vendors...  ::)



1. Yes
2. It has nothing to do with comprehension. You all have more than enough intellect to understand.
3. The effect can be seen, the data cannot be verified because our technology is the only one that works at that level. The end result is seen on any equipment.
4. See 3
5. Yes.



Let me rephrase. It cannot be verified with other data acquisition devices because they do not have the accuracy and precision to be able to do this. As the image above shows, they can verify the results using their own tools, but the accuracy of their data is still not there.

The traditional RMS is averages and integrals, so when SDE corrects, the averages and integrals are of the corrected power, so will clearly show up.

If they want the granular data, they can only use our tech.

Regarding power quality improvement using the traditional methods, its the bare minimum. When examined with our method of measurement, it reveals that modern pfc and harmonic filtration, etc. does not save any energy, it just displaces where it is lost. It is like squeezing a balloon.


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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #71 on: May 21, 2019, 04:39:01 pm »


As I said, you are wanting to redefine science in order to prove your alleged claims... The T&M instruments are not accurate / precise enough...
We can prove our claims using our technology... Our method of measurement reveals that no energy is saved....


Ok, I ll bite.. First step to accepting your paradigm shift is to repeat the tests.. So how do you do what you do... doesnt have to be extremely specific in details.. just the broad sequence of steps to repeat your process... A -> B ->C....


And how is it any different from any COTS solution...


Let me rephrase.. what are you doing different, in order to get your claimed improvements?


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Regarding Point 3 - I am sorry, It doesnt work that way.
"The effect can be seen but the data cannot be verified. "


You need to be able to quantify and analyse data for your claims to hold true. As I said, todays standards for measurement and analysis.. use them to quantify and measure.. then you can prove your claims..


Pretty much any active power quality filter / manager works the same way. Power quality improvement happens only in a finite amount of ways.
1. Improving the power factor by reducing the phase difference between current and voltage
2. Reduce current and voltage harmonics in the source.
3. An uncommon method is also to balance three phase currents, but that is really only relevant in > 100s or KW power range. (granted this doesnt inherently improve power as much as reduce imbalanced load upstream to generation)


to name a few...


And as others have mentioned COTS power filters already accomplish this.. What you have done is to do speed up the rate of the correction being applied..
Its utility is a seperate point for discussion..


Behind all the smoke and mirrors, this is what your device does. The rest of the english adds little value to this fact.




>Quote from: cdoerfler on Yesterday at 11:56:58 pm

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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #72 on: May 21, 2019, 04:46:30 pm »
It is funny to us because here we provide more data and analytics that they could ever receive from their equipment, but still they are not convinced until they see it with their own eyes on their own instruments.

I wonder why they don't believe your claims. It's not as if you fill the interwebs with impossible claims, or anything like that.

I wonder why the voltage and current are so out of phase.

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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #73 on: May 21, 2019, 06:00:08 pm »


Regarding Point 3 - I am sorry, It doesnt work that way.
"The effect can be seen but the data cannot be verified. "


You need to be able to quantify and analyse data for your claims to hold true. As I said, todays standards for measurement and analysis.. use them to quantify and measure.. then you can prove your claims..


Pretty much any active power quality filter / manager works the same way. Power quality improvement happens only in a finite amount of ways.
1. Improving the power factor by reducing the phase difference between current and voltage
2. Reduce current and voltage harmonics in the source.
3. An uncommon method is also to balance three phase currents, but that is really only relevant in > 100s or KW power range. (granted this doesnt inherently improve power as much as reduce imbalanced load upstream to generation)


to name a few...


And as others have mentioned COTS power filters already accomplish this.. What you have done is to do speed up the rate of the correction being applied..
Its utility is a seperate point for discussion..


Behind all the smoke and mirrors, this is what your device does. The rest of the english adds little value to this fact.




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>Quote from: ebastler on Yesterday at 10:50:05 pm


>Quote from: krish2487 on Yesterday at 10:10:32 pm
So.. You are asking a  forum of EEs to trust on good faith that you are improving power quality. Yet
1.It is a revolutionary technology which does something.
2.A forum full of EEs cannot comprehend the technology.
3. You cant demonstrate it using traditional T&M equipment since they are "pretty much useless".
4. The perceived improvement can only be measured, observed and reported by your technology.
5. You cannot give away your IP / trade secrets in order to maintain your market advantage.



Nice summary of the key points, krish.
Feels strangely familiar to the sales pitch made by the typical "audiophoolery" vendors...  ::)



1. Yes
2. It has nothing to do with comprehension. You all have more than enough intellect to understand.
3. The effect can be seen, the data cannot be verified because our technology is the only one that works at that level. The end result is seen on any equipment.
4. See 3
5. Yes.



I would say that our approach to correction is inclusive and predictive.

Inclusive in that SDE corrects for reactive power, harmonics and phase imbalance together in one action, through current injection/extraction which occurs every microsecond.

Predictive in that SDE is assessing that current injection/extraction every 6ns, verifying the need ~167 times before the injection is made. This is a key difference because the device does not store the energy until just before it is injected. The other difference is that the excess current extracted is used to inject, never drawing from the main, which is what allows it to operate at 70W.
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #74 on: May 21, 2019, 06:08:04 pm »


Evasive, inconclusive and vague at best...
I asked for the precise sequence of steps to replicate your success....


All you are giving me is the marketing material and investors pitch talk..


I am asking for this..
1. Setup a test rig of this capacity and this load..
2. Now measure V/I at these and these points...
3. Now this measurements has to happen at 20 or 30 Mhz.. meaning you need a FPGA and a fast ADC with lots of memory...
4. Since we are aiming for 24 bits ENOB the signal path has to be clean and be guarded against any noise... meaning we need these and these safeguards..
5. Now with the measured data... perform this and this transform...
6. We end up with this results...
7. This is where our AHA moment comes into play...
8. We use this data is this manner (which is different from the mainstream COTS correction)
9. Now we use this calculated parameters to correct the supply in precisely this fashion...
10. Now we are able to observe these and these results before and after the correction...


You see where I am going with this... If I ( or anyone cant replicate this sequence) then whatever you say might be fluff....
That is what I and many others meant by repeatability...


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>Quote from: krish2487 on Today at 12:21:19 am


Regarding Point 3 - I am sorry, It doesnt work that way.
"The effect can be seen but the data cannot be verified. "


You need to be able to quantify and analyse data for your claims to hold true. As I said, todays standards for measurement and analysis.. use them to quantify and measure.. then you can prove your claims..


Pretty much any active power quality filter / manager works the same way. Power quality improvement happens only in a finite amount of ways.
1. Improving the power factor by reducing the phase difference between current and voltage
2. Reduce current and voltage harmonics in the source.
3. An uncommon method is also to balance three phase currents, but that is really only relevant in > 100s or KW power range. (granted this doesnt inherently improve power as much as reduce imbalanced load upstream to generation)


to name a few...


And as others have mentioned COTS power filters already accomplish this.. What you have done is to do speed up the rate of the correction being applied..
Its utility is a seperate point for discussion..


Behind all the smoke and mirrors, this is what your device does. The rest of the english adds little value to this fact.




>Quote from: cdoerfler on Yesterday at 11:56:58 pm

>
If god made us in his image,
and we are this stupid
then....
 
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