When you roll a six-sided die from a pair of dice, the probability of getting a ‘3’ (or a 5 etc.) is 1/6 (0.1666). If you roll the same die 5 times, the probability of getting the same number is (1/6)^5 = .0001286 . That is about 128 times out of 1 million. When 1 million e-cats have been delivered, no one would want 128 problems.

The Sigma 5 test must be more stringent than 128 examples out of a million.

@/P
The concept of Sigma 5 is this: assume you throw a dice: if one of the 6 numbers, for example 3, wins one time, it is normal = Sigma 1 probability, if exits 2 times, it is almost normal = Sigma 2, 3 times rare = Sigma 3, 4 times very rare = Sigma 4, 5 times impossible = Sigma 5: it means all the faces are equal = 3. In the case of the Ecat tests, means that successful operation is always possible after enough number of tests to exhaust any possibility of unsuccessful event.
Best
Mathfan

/P:
Sorry, it regards series of factors that are confidential, although this allows to imagine the series of difficulties we had to overcome.
Warm Regards,
A.R.

Dear Mr Rossi,
I have a question regarding your sigma 5 tests. What kind of event/phenomenon are you measuring that should result in 99.9999% probability?
Best regards
/P

Dear Dr. Rossi,
assumed you reach the goal of one million ecat in 1.November 2024:
When you are able to to deliver the first ecat to the customers, how long would it take?
Warm regards,
Simon

Dear Andrea,
As an audio and computers guy, I’m really looking froward to having less cables when dealing with speakers and various hardware. On a larger scale, do you see the introduction and/or future integration of the E-Cat with technology as the end of power cables for many everyday electronic devices? Or are there limitations that prevent such a dream from happening?

Years ago Rossi made a presentation of the Ecat in Miami with the plasma reactor in view, with the plasma that danced, Rossi said, like a ballerina: but in that case the energy density was qite minor: why ?

Ronaldo Fuentes:
Actually, that’s 3.3 MW/cubic meter, but that’s just the volume of the vacuum containing the plasma, which is the heart of the Ecat…but the heart is not the body !
The volume of the body is obviously bigger and its dimensions depend on the specific situations and applications.
Warm Regards,
A.R.

Dr Rossi,
3.3 W per cubic cm is interesting: that means 3,3 cubic meters per MW: is this valid for a massive production too, or it is just valid for special prototypes ?

Steven Nicholes Karels:
Forgot to say in my answer to your comment: the volumes indicated are of the sole plasma reactor, not counting all the remaining items.
Warm Regards,
A.R.

Steven Nicholes Karels:
Sorry , I involuntary missed this comment of you.
Here are the answers related our prototypes:
1- 10 W
2- 3 kW, 0.9 L ( 900 cc )
Warm Regards,
A.R.

You posted “Is there a way of generating electricity without stopping the ecat in the event of an overload?”

One could place a current limiting circuit between to NGU and the load. Such a circuit would decrease the voltage going to the load so that the maximum current was not exceeded. The NGU would “see” a load that is its maximum current. The load would “see” a decreased voltage at its input.

Dear Dr. Rossi,
Is there a way of generating electricity without stopping the ecat in the event of an overload? For example, if I connect a kettle with 2KW to an ecat with 1KW, so that the kettle is then only operated with 1KW? As a result, the kettle with 1KW then only needs twice as long, but it still works. The same with a resistance heater etc.
Wouldn’t it be possible to do this somehow with ohmic load in these examples?
Best regards
G.Kaiser

Dr Rossi,
Will he streaming of the EV demo cover all the duration of the test ?
Will it possible to watch both the competitor EVs without interruptions for the whole duration of the race, without “black angles” along the track for either EV ?
Thank you if you can answer,
Saergio

@Sam
Kudos for your links to the work of Tesla; actually, his modality of work, his lab, his dramatic life have analogies with A.R.
Don’t you think so ? Maybe A.R. has adopted his model ?

Mathfan,

When you roll a six-sided die from a pair of dice, the probability of getting a ‘3’ (or a 5 etc.) is 1/6 (0.1666). If you roll the same die 5 times, the probability of getting the same number is (1/6)^5 = .0001286 . That is about 128 times out of 1 million. When 1 million e-cats have been delivered, no one would want 128 problems.

The Sigma 5 test must be more stringent than 128 examples out of a million.

Statistical regards,

Joseph Fine

@/P

The concept of Sigma 5 is this: assume you throw a dice: if one of the 6 numbers, for example 3, wins one time, it is normal = Sigma 1 probability, if exits 2 times, it is almost normal = Sigma 2, 3 times rare = Sigma 3, 4 times very rare = Sigma 4, 5 times impossible = Sigma 5: it means all the faces are equal = 3. In the case of the Ecat tests, means that successful operation is always possible after enough number of tests to exhaust any possibility of unsuccessful event.

Best

Mathfan

/P:

Sorry, it regards series of factors that are confidential, although this allows to imagine the series of difficulties we had to overcome.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Mr Rossi,

I have a question regarding your sigma 5 tests. What kind of event/phenomenon are you measuring that should result in 99.9999% probability?

Best regards

/P

Jaroslav Dobrovolny:

We are close,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Steven Nicholes Karels:

Probably in September,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Andrea Rossi,

When do you anticipate announcing the date, time, and location(s) of your forthcoming demonstrations?

Have you reached Sigma 5 ?

Simon:

Short time,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Sam:

1- yes

2- issue under NDA

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Brian:

I am not able to answer, so far,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Dr. Rossi,

assumed you reach the goal of one million ecat in 1.November 2024:

When you are able to to deliver the first ecat to the customers, how long would it take?

Warm regards,

Simon

Dear Andrea,

As an audio and computers guy, I’m really looking froward to having less cables when dealing with speakers and various hardware. On a larger scale, do you see the introduction and/or future integration of the E-Cat with technology as the end of power cables for many everyday electronic devices? Or are there limitations that prevent such a dream from happening?

All the best,

Brian

Hello DR Rossi

Are you more confident with

Upcoming October Demo than

your previous demos?

Are you working with a major electric

vehicle manufacturer, and a representative

of this partner will be on site to help with the demo?

Regards

Sam

Pedro Gomez:

Plexiglass,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

I saw on X the Ecat NGU most recent photography: which material is the body made with ?

Sam:

Of course yes !

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Hello DR Rossi

Are you taking time to

watch Olympic competition?

Regards

Sam

Steven Nicholes Karels:

Your understanding is correct,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Andrea Rossi,

Please clarify what you mean by

“our Team didn’ live through such time wetting the water”

Is this to say that your team didn’t waste there time on an inferior approach, or some other meaning?

Anonymous:

Right, but that was 4 years ago; our Team didn’ live through such time wetting the water,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Years ago Rossi made a presentation of the Ecat in Miami with the plasma reactor in view, with the plasma that danced, Rossi said, like a ballerina: but in that case the energy density was qite minor: why ?

Ronaldo Fuentes:

Actually, that’s 3.3 MW/cubic meter, but that’s just the volume of the vacuum containing the plasma, which is the heart of the Ecat…but the heart is not the body !

The volume of the body is obviously bigger and its dimensions depend on the specific situations and applications.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Ronaldo,

I think that you mean 3.3MW per cubic meter (multiply both parts by 1000)

Dr Rossi,

3.3 W per cubic cm is interesting: that means 3,3 cubic meters per MW: is this valid for a massive production too, or it is just valid for special prototypes ?

Steven Nicholes Karels:

It is proportional: yes, moreless 3.3 W/cm^3

Warm Regards,

Dear Andrea Rossi,

So, the power output linear proportional to the reactor volume? Or approximately 3.3W per CC?

Steven Nicholes Karels:

Forgot to say in my answer to your comment: the volumes indicated are of the sole plasma reactor, not counting all the remaining items.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Steven Nicholes Karels:

Sorry , I involuntary missed this comment of you.

Here are the answers related our prototypes:

1- 10 W

2- 3 kW, 0.9 L ( 900 cc )

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Andrea Rossi,

You never answered my posting.

Steven Nicholes Karels

July 29, 2024 at 10:24 AM

Dear Andrea Rossi,

1. On the smallest reactor (3cc), how much average power was generated?

2. What is the largest reactor, its dimensions and its average power?

G. Kaiser,

You posted “Is there a way of generating electricity without stopping the ecat in the event of an overload?”

One could place a current limiting circuit between to NGU and the load. Such a circuit would decrease the voltage going to the load so that the maximum current was not exceeded. The NGU would “see” a load that is its maximum current. The load would “see” a decreased voltage at its input.

Sergio:

1- yes

2- yes

Warm Regards,

A.R.

G.Kaiser:

No, it is not possible, so far.

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Dr. Rossi,

Is there a way of generating electricity without stopping the ecat in the event of an overload? For example, if I connect a kettle with 2KW to an ecat with 1KW, so that the kettle is then only operated with 1KW? As a result, the kettle with 1KW then only needs twice as long, but it still works. The same with a resistance heater etc.

Wouldn’t it be possible to do this somehow with ohmic load in these examples?

Best regards

G.Kaiser

Dr Rossi,

Will he streaming of the EV demo cover all the duration of the test ?

Will it possible to watch both the competitor EVs without interruptions for the whole duration of the race, without “black angles” along the track for either EV ?

Thank you if you can answer,

Saergio

@Sam

I agree

Anonymous

If Dr Rossi had Nikola Tesla

on his team we would be on

Mars by now.

Regards

Sam

@Sam

Kudos for your links to the work of Tesla; actually, his modality of work, his lab, his dramatic life have analogies with A.R.

Don’t you think so ? Maybe A.R. has adopted his model ?

Sam:

Thank you for your links,

Warm Regards,

Andrea

Nikola Tesla Proving Ground.

https://youtu.be/2vgbM_GhZRE?si=AUyeodMONQmI-2VM

Hello DR Rossi

Essential Nikola Tesla Lecture 1891.

https://youtu.be/J_da1nvla7Q?si=tp5fYlVhXmK42TpY

Regards

Sam

Andrea:

All the preorders sent us by the form in http://www.ecatorders.com are valid,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Wilfried:

Thank you for the link,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Dear Andrea,

ABT already has charging electronics for the ID BUZZ, which also feeds solar power into the battery while driving.

https://www.abt-sportsline.de/news/abt-e-line-entwickelt-solarmodule-fuer-das-dach-des-id-buzz-hoehere-reichweite-im-alltag-und-mehr-autarkie-fuer-camper

I hope my dream of an ID BUZZ GTX long version with 9 KW E-Cat will be fulfilled in 2025.

Best Regards

Wilfried

Dear Andrea

are our pre-orders from 2022 still valid ?

Or will there be new Ecat models and we have to restart from

the beginning ?

Best regards

As well Andrea 😉

Dear Andrea Rossi,

1. On the smallest reactor (3cc), how much average power was generated?

2. What is the largest reactor, its dimensions and its average power?

Prof:

Thank you for the update,

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Today the paper

http://www.researchgate.net/publication/330601653_E-Cat_SK_and_long_range_particle_interactions

reached 131 000 total readings, most that 99% of 1.5 million papers published on Researchgate.

And counting….

Best,

Prof

Wilfried:

3 cm^3

Warm Regards,

A.R.

Sam,

Thank you for the link,

Warm Regards,

A.R.