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AutoTuner can be used with or without HHO. Installing HHO allows the vehicle to achieve greater economy gains

Typical results:
AutoTuner alone: 18-30%
AutoTuner + HHO: 30-50%
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AutoTuner – maximum fuel savings made easy

AutoTuner is the most advanced and effective Hydrogen and injector controller in the world. Its unique approach to fuel savings takes control of the fueling system providing unprecedented economy gains

AutoTuner is a fully automated fuel reduction system that requires virtually no technical expertise for installation and use. This highly simplified system is a truly “plug and play” device that delivers instant results while maintaining original engine performance.
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AutoTuner – maximum fuel savings made easy

AutoTuner is the most advanced and effective Hydrogen and injector controller in the world. Its unique approach to fuel savings takes control of the fueling system providing unprecedented economy gains

AutoTuner is a fully automated fuel reduction system that requires virtually no technical expertise for installation and use. This highly simplified system is a truly “plug and play” device that delivers instant results while maintaining original engine performance.
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Low Current Alarm occurs only if the measured current in the HHO system is below the setting you entered

You will see this alarm when:
-the HHO generator is not connected
-electrolyte is weak
-the water level is low
-the current setting is significantly higher than the generator is rated for.
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The purpose of a PWM controller is to limit/restrict the amps flowing into the HHO generator.
There are two parameters to consider:
– the intended current necessary to operate the generator (consult the amps chart)
– The amperage load the PWM is designed to handle. The load is the unrestricted, free flowing current the generator receives from the battery

A PWM turns the generator on and off to achieve an average operational current.
A high output generator is able to consume 100 amps of current. The PWM will do its best to average and limit the current to your set point of 10 amps. It will turn the generator on and off to create the average of 10 amps.

Each PWM controller has a load limitation. If the load specification is less than the load, the controller will be destroyed.

The use of a fuse will NOT protect the PWM. The reaction time of a fuse to current spikes and pulses is much slower. A very fast pulse of 100 amps may not blow a 10 amp fuse because it mostly reacts to the average current. It is these 100 amps pulses that burn PWMs.

1 Understand the maximum current load of the generator
t possible amount of electrolyte. Too much electrolyte places an excessive load on the PWM, potentially causing damage.
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Question:
-Is it a good idea to separate Oxygen and Hydrogen in order to avoid trouble with Oxygen sensors (Lambda sensors)?

Answer:
-It is a common misconception that the Oxygen in HHO is causing the Lambda sensor troubles.
In fact this very tiny amount of Oxygen makes no difference. It is the enhanced combustion due to HHO that the oxygen sensors react to.
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Installation of the generator
It is important to maximize air flow, so the internal temperature of the generator does not exceed 60C. The outside surface should never be hot to touch, only warm.

1. Install the generator near front of the vehicle.

2. Position it lower than the reservoir to allow gravity feeding of the water supply.

3. The front plate of the generator is connected to 12 volts. It must not make contact with any metal surface of the vehicle.

4. If you use Green Source PWM or ProTuner controllers, the rear plate (including the integrated mounting bracket) can be mounted to metal.

5. Installation of the generator should be secure with no movement possible.

6. Install the reservoir in an accessible location. It must be higher than the generator, but lower the level of where HHO injects into the air intake.

7. Route and connect the hoses
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General recommendations
• Follow all wiring diagrams exactly. 99% of customer issues and damaged equipment is the result of incorrect wiring.
• Never connect or disconnect any wires while power is applied to the controller or when the engine is running. Unplug the fuse while working on the controller.
• Never allow exposed wires of the vehicle or controller to come in contact with metal parts. This will damage the controller.
• To create a long lasting, reliable connection all wires must be soldered and covered in protective tubing.
• Observe the connection polarity exactly as shown in the wiring diagram.
• Without a CCPWM it is not possible to accurately set or control the current and HHO production. See www.hho-1.com
• Use this amperage chart to set the current for a 12V or 24V system as appropriate in the "Configuration" menu.
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Operational temperature of HHO generators

1. The quality of ‘cool’ HHO is much better and it contains less undesirable components, such as water vapour. This results in better economy gains.

2. Cool operating generators require less maintenance and have a much longer service life.

3. When HHO generators become hot, they consume more electricity, which in turn causes the generator to continue getting hotter and conduct even more electricity. This undesirable condition is called “Thermal Runaway”. It will inevitably boil the water in the system and stop HHO production

4. To prevent this problem, every HHO installation requires a current controller. A CCPWM (Constant Current Pulse Width Modulator) is necessary to provide a fixed, stable supply of current to the generator.

A correctly selected generator of proper design, size and rating is also essential for the system to be effective.
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