posted on Jan, 24 2010 @ 11:04 AM
i tested the output of solar garden lights and they give out an output voltage from 7 v to 13 volts depending on model and this is usually pulsed
rapidly.( i used a diode capacitor smoothing filter to measure voltage.
(optional:- you can either smooth it using a diode/capacitor or just leave it as is.)
simply remove the led and attach your 2 silver wires which should be spaced by 1 inch to 2 inches apart.
insert parallel silver wires into a glass beaker filled with boiled water.
colloidal silver will be produced very slowly and of very high quality by a solar garden light.
the whole thing can be build out of the garden solar light including attaching the silver wires to it!
only costs $2 for solar garden light plus silver rods which cost $20 i think...
it can be left next to the window...MAKE SURE WATER FILLED BEAKER IS SHIELDED FROM THE SUN to avoid degrading colloidal silver.use silver paper or
the pulsed very low current 7 to 13 voltage spikes will produce very small particles of silver.
some solar lights produce about 7 or 8 volts and some 13 volts.
but in any case this very cheap and effective way of doing it.