There is an interesting comment on JONP about the weight of the dummy a user has made. We have the dimensions of the lamp, and I did some calculations with 3mm Acrylic. Only the tube and the base would weigh almost 250 grams. Making everything from thin sheet metal wouldn't help much, 0.5mm steel would be even heavier, 1mm Aluminium about 187g. And that's just the empty shell without lens, electronics and "E-Cat". According to the data sheet the whole thing is 200 grams.
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Hold on, there was a typo.Quote
SKLEP = SKL Electricity Production
The E-Cat SKL is now called E-Cat SKLep="Ecat SKL energy production". It will be shown at the presentation and can be pre-ordered after that.
It's almost like he is testing how much bullshit his followers are willing and able to swallow.
The treasure trove of the Rossilivecat gives us the answer about the certification.Quote
March 22, 2021 at 1:14 PM
We will publish the certification at the presentation .
We will either see nothing or something completely meaningless like the SGS safety certification for the E-Cat from 2012.
The old Rossi game. Announcements, growing expectations, wacky presentation, frustration and disappointment, discussions if it really was that bad, enthusiasm of followers slowly growing again, presentation was great after all, however still no product, announcement of new, even better iteration of the E-Cat, repeat.
Can we name them? The living room, the bathroom, the kitchen, the hallway, a couple of bed room ...
Have a look inside. This is apartment 401, underneath no. 601, should be the same floor plan. The tiles look very similar to those in the SKL demo, the blue box in front of a curtain.
I came across two short lived companies by Rossi I have not heard of before. Does anybody know anything about them?Quote
DDR PRODUCTS CORPORATION has been set up 5/26/2016 in state FL. The current status of the business is Inactive.Quote
QWWF CORPORATION has been set up 1/11/2017 in state FL. The current status of the business is Inactive.
Can‘t help... this is one of the most interesting details of the most advanced LED lamp the world has ever seen.... assembling a million lamps with two of those Philips screws may take a while, even for a robot.
Where does this photo come from?
You have some fact to doubt it?
Otherwise your comment adds nothing to the thread.
There is also no fact to believe it. He has announced robotized production lines a thousand times. There is very little chance that this time it will be different than in the past. No E-Cats, no factories, let alone robots.
Rossi is working with ABB, one of the largest manufacturers of robots in the world, who have over 30,000 in operation. They seem very capable of automating the manufacture of the QX and modules.
To be precise, he says he is working with ABB.
Observation at JONP/Rossilivecat: he finally learned how to spell "Stockholm" correctly
So the bottom two labels are something related to a "Relay" ?
The first one seems "Relay Code" to me (reading "IEZA?" or "FEZA?").
EDIT: "Relay Code" and "Relay Return" ?
Also, next to ECAT Control there's a date which reads "11/4/17" (or "17/4/17")
Here is what I get from this.
"Reactance Engineering, Inc." is a business in Florida near Miami.Quote
Industrial Heat's James A. Bass: President of Reactance Engineering Inc and Engineer for JM Products
For some reason, Rossi couldn't find the switch location
It might be the case that Rossi, after his first suspicious move lifting the cover, did not put it back in place correctly. However, Fabiani definitely reaches somewhere else inside the box and he most probably engages another switch. The "Hurley conspiracy" does not make sense, why wait until Lewan comes back and then distract him?