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This USB bottle generates surface sanitiser from water and salt.

Jun 09, 2021
no

this

is a strange product from eBay it seems too good to be true and I thought I would try it and it really works so the listing I got said: 250 milliliter spray

bottle

electric hypochlorous acid disinfection machine motorhome and it weighed about 20 pounds, it took a while to get here, especially given the current situation, but the idea is and I'll show you that you unscrew the bottom a little bit and put a tablespoon of

salt

in it, now I'm going to fill it with

water

. First, there is a mark on the side that holds about 250 milliliters, so I'm going to pour a little bit of

water

into

this

container, I try not to get the whole bank on it, as I often use something climatic, so I'll fill it up to there an a little more. and then I will take this little spoon that is air, it is a spoon that, unfortunately, has a small hole in the bottom, which is very strange, but fortunately its

salt

does not pass through and this is common table salt and our poor salt in the spoonful. and this is the equivalent of about 10 grams thanks to Weeden, so you add 10 grams of salt and then you pour that salt into the

bottle

, then you put the cap on the bottle and shake it to mix this together.
this usb bottle generates surface sanitiser from water and salt
I don't know if it's official, but it's what I do. I'll take it out of the chamber to do this so I don't spray water everywhere. It's been given a little shake but you still listen to the top after you do that because if you don't it starts courting at the end so you get a USB power supply and you plug it in and it beeps and you press a button on the side and it beeps again and then you look for a bunch of bubbles going up. inside and I'll show you what this looks like from the state after because it's pushing a little Lakeshore well of color that looked tame and this is very similar to this device that I looked at I want to go to colder water hydrogen hydrogen 8 or a hydrolyzed bug and you you put in normal water and when you press the button and press it again it flashes and if you watch and save this one you will see that after a while it produces clouds of bubbles so it has a very similar arrangement but this one was designed purely to energize the water and that made me a little skeptical about this one because you'll see that it's producing those clouds as you watch them all and it's basically the same set of electrode arrangements, but after a while, once this.
this usb bottle generates surface sanitiser from water and salt

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this usb bottle generates surface sanitiser from water and salt...

It's finished, it makes that beep and well, you know what I'm going to do now. I have to read something first and then I'll show you what this one looks like when it's actually running, so I'll read it to you. First, this is called electrical chlorination and this is a Wikipedia article. Electrical chlorination is the process of producing hypochlorite by passing an electrical current through salt water. It is used to disinfect water and make it safe for human use, such as drinking water or swimming. pools and then goes on to say that the process is involved.
this usb bottle generates surface sanitiser from water and salt
Inlet chlorination is actually quite simple, it's basically passing direct current through water and salt and it's a very simple clean process and the formula that translates into energy is added to the table salt of sodium chloride and water which results in sodium hydrochloride and hydrogen gas and it does, these little bubbles are hydrogen gas, they reach considerable pressure, so you want to let this loose. Interestingly, there's also a chart here that shows cases of things like a couple of hundred thousand people who had death rates or typhoid through the water system and when the chlorination starts it plummets, very, very intriguing, but of anyway I'm going to pause and show you what this looks like from the side while doing this. that's it so let's set it up and you can see it now starts the process of converting the water and salt into sodium hypochlorite and it's based on a little light show and if I were cynical I'd say probably most of the pins on the Microcontroller is used to control RGB lighting, but it does so over a certain period of time.
this usb bottle generates surface sanitiser from water and salt
In fact, I've tamed it, maybe I should turn it on, I'll tame it and once it's done, it'll beep, beep, beep at us and that's it, it turns itself off and you basically have a bottle of spray bleach. It's very very strange so things worth noting while you are in the process of doing this, the current it draws is a very constant 500 milliamps and that makes me wonder: is this it? Basically, a current regulator. I hope it is finished, that is, it gave a triple beep. Let me take this out and mop all this washing out of the place because it's a little massive in operation.
Things that are worthless. You have to leave this loose when you are. processed because otherwise if it builds up pressure and sends a signal, it's very bitter to eat hydrogen because I stopped being sure that it exploded, so let's put a little lid on there again because this is basically an electronic Nate me rat, salt water and electronics , but now we have this stuff, I'm just going to squirt it in the foreground, trying to get past some stuff, I've got some stuff, scrape it in my hand, honestly, it smells like pool water, it smells like chlorinated water, it's very, very burning if you go in to cut some things it hurts a lot and some this is great for cleaning cups and things like that and if you clean countertops or the sink or glasses of cement or soda, it whitens the maps until all the stains are removed, it is very very strange, like this I'm going to make this clear.
I'm going to do some more experiments, so just give me a moment while I do it. Alright. I've made a salt and water solution that hasn't been processed yet and I'm good to unscrew the top of this and stick it to the side. Here are things worth mentioning. Did I mention this before? It has been molded in blue, but because it is closed, it would normally be open at the top and blow molded at the end. It's not closed, it's been closed, it's been curved and then they've cut it off there, so it actually has a very large flat ear that goes over the steel.
It actually feels pretty solid and very well made. Here are the little electrodes inside. They are partially low maintenance occasionally suggesting an anti-theft device. I don't know how long they'll last what I think they're made of before I do something. Let's put a big magnet on them. Let's put a small magnet on them. They do not feel. Hold on a lot, I have to get a neodymium magnet and try it. There is a big new drop in the magnet. I feel something. No, I don't know what they're made of. I'll scratch one. I don't know if it's a good idea.
I'll definitely experiment with him before doing anything. It looks like it could be coated. Is it aluminum? I don't think I would be at home with him because that's probably how I would be. That's fair. I'm not really sure that's the case. Maybe it is. a vast of stainless steel, but this almost looks like it has a salt graph, a tea colored coating, let's see if it changes color, it wants a processor. I probably ruined it now by doing that, let's move the big magnet away before I destroy something with it and I'll do it. bring the meter in and we'll measure the voltage across that now in the previous version here the voltage was quite high it was designed to hydrogenate ordinary water so it was something like 12 volts that would appear across that and it's a stepped supply from an internal battery, let's set this to 20 volts and I'll pour in a little salt water just to cover, let's say I put the connector in first so I don't have to move around too much later, subconnect the connector. mix that will beep and the LED underneath lights up, let's pour this water in and just cover it, bring it to the top without overflowing so you have something to work on and we'll press the button to start the process, there are the bubbles. put an electrode here on one here is about 3 volts, that's going to change 2.9, so I'm wondering if it's a fact that solder washers are quite conductive.
I'm wondering if it's just a step down regulator that regulates the tanks in the halter about 500 milliamps and that's the mobile and the 5 volts and I'm hoping for less than 5 volts with the USB supply and the fact also that it's salt water that's being used. becoming very important or the clothes tick. I can actually see with electrodes underneath. I'll try it again. I can also look at it coming off the label and see if we can get there. You can see the hydrogen changing the color of the flame, but when you can actually hear the little bubbles popping, I can also see a little bit of air gunk coming out of that because it's probably because it's creating a much more concentrated version and the electrodes They are degrading a little.
I'm not going to do that for long in case I mess up the unit. or maybe there's already water everywhere a surprise broke out scratching the

surface

of that electrode, okay, so right, I'm going to clean this up and then we'll break it up, that's the best bet, that's what we do here , so I'm I'm going to clean up all this stuff and then we'll start breaking it down. Okay, everything is clean now. Let's destroy this in the name of science. I'm going to do one more test. I'm going to plug this in. A beep sounds.
I'm going to do one more test. Turn on the meter. I'm going to test it without liquid to see what the voltage is, so I'm going to put the probes here on the two connection screws. There is not much voltage. Open circuit voltage of approximately four points. nine volts, that's simply because it's salt water, very conductive, all it does is enable a buck regulator which is set to about 500 milliamps of current and I guess well, I see a buck regulator, it may be a really simple regulator since it's only about half a lamp, right, okay, let's cut it down into pieces.
I'll zoom out first so you can enjoy the destruction in much more detail, so here's a sticky mat that appears to be peeling off. Okay, he's leaving a little bit of the things he's good at behind. screw, everything is actually working quite well, it has screws, that's good, it's not glued or otherwise assembled and I'll remove those screws to reveal what I think will be a very small football backboard inside, possibly with an inductor , yes, possibly just a linear. regulator and that little 8 pin abacus chip and these are just my guesses and possibly a standard for a pin RGB LED just below the center of the case, will this come out voluntarily?
Yes, it is the circuit board. Well, okay, here's the zoom. without dome here is the inductor and there is the button pressing a little dimple there is probably a regulator chip next to this capacitor and I guess this may be the control chip or it is controlling that transistor that is changing that and I tell you what I'm going Let's take this circuit board out and we'll see if we can get more information out of this, so in a moment please, I'll do it right now. Alright. I have reverse engineered it. Actually, it's even simpler than expected.
The supply arrives. in the USB connector it has a decoupling capacitor here and then it goes up to the main reservoir capacitor here of the electrolytic witches are mounted right next to the voltage regulator because we are effectively the most noise type and where that local capacitor is needed to decoupling it so it's mounted right next to that chip which makes sense the 5 volts go straight down to create a controller that also has a small decoupling capacitor for stability and the microcontroller has an input from this button here through of this 1k duck stone resistor goes to one of the inputs and the button input goes to this pin on this little header as well as an output to drive the buzzer transistor and then you have the +5 volts and 0 volts that They can be a programming port.
Hello, that chip will be programmed on the site, I'm not sure and did it predict, I'm not really sure where it is because it's one of those anonymous ones that will create drivers, so the input is done through this button, in others words, the outputs have a set via a key. resistance to this transistor base and that transistor then changes the LED, which if you look at the picture here you can see the actual chip inside, it's just a Nordic LED that changes color and it has a 100 ohm resistor here, so one oh one one zero and one zero after that, it's 100 ohms and when you turn it on it flashes that red light, everything that happens before it can change color, it just turns on and then goes off again, so everything that You see is that red flash when you start the sequence. turns on the LED for the time and then it just grows cycle red yellow blue of red green blue turquoise magenta yellow something there is another transistor and up here and that one is fed from this track here passing through here another 1k resistor for the base of that transistor goes to this buzzer and then the buzzer as a 10 ohm resistor in series that just to tame it, probably just to keep the noise down, comes up the other transistor that's being switched by this one through another 1000 ohm resistor. to be what a MOSFET looks like, it's not actually a stolen number, it was just excess flux.
If you look at the edges of the circuit board it just looks rough there could be splits and on both sides it looks like it had It was a tough time the first one from the factory flows but it changes a MOSFET which then changes this connector which is the water electrolyzer, so to speak, the electrolysis electrodes and then the rest, the circuit is just the regulator, its inductor todetect resistors in parallel, but their point 3. ohms each, so the total is 0.15 and then we have a little voltage grid here, probably just to count the voltage across this capacitor.
See the crinoid circuit because unfortunately the data is in Chinese but I would expect the sense voltage to be quite low. here of these transistors but since I'm different I want to say that it has a power rating of 4 amps which almost gives a understand it's putting in 4 amps, but actually what goes through the connector here and ultimately these electrodes, when I measured it, I hit a little switch. The cover on the side put the connector connected to the circuit board and then put the current clamp in line with it and it showed a current of about 600 30 milliamps continuous depending on you know even the Lord was going up and down it was basically act as a current regulator so it's a bit strange here, not sure how they perceive I would have expected the current it was regulating to be quite high but there may be other factors involved, the Chinese datasheet doesn't help.
I also spilled water everywhere from my experiments with that thing. I probably dumped it right now. Excellent, well done, let's break down the image so that ultimately it is the incoming supply the decoupling capacitor the smoothing capacitor the regulator that controls the current through the water and then if the transistor. to switch that and then a transistor to switch the LED transistor to switch the buzzer and then an input from the button, it's a really simple circuit, in fact if you wanted to improvise something like this yourself you could literally just put in a resistor. series or make a makeshift current regulator using two transistors and only if you wanted a timer or just a manual timer, it is a very simple circuit, but the end result is extraordinary, it really works, the liquid that comes out smells like bleach, it has many features , it is assumed. to be antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, it has really important sterilizing properties and when you try it, it still tastes very salty, which gives that horrible chlorine taste in your mouth.
I had to spit it out, it was a bit for me. Also, that was unpleasant. I do not recommend drinking, although at low levels it is used in water to sterilize it. Other things worth mentioning are known if people with serious skin problems bathe with what they call bleach. bath, it sounds terrible, it sounds really extreme, but it's a small amount of bleach and a bath, and it can relieve a lot of skin conditions, which makes me wonder, so do you know how they get these fraudulent electrode systems that water It was an unpleasant brown color.
I assume that this, if it is a stainless steel type alloy, if it is, is a different type of alloy than the others. I'm not really sure that this metal is, but it makes me think that others because I've heard Sultan for it to be conductive, they must be actively creating some sort of chlorine effect in that water and, certainly, you still know that, although it is a scam, it may be beneficial to soak your feet if you had problems with them. chlorine, but you are also soaking them in chrome and nickel, which is not so good, this is very strange, it means that if we are in a disaster scenario and you could have a solar panel, batteries or USB power. bench and you could improvise a water sterilizer with two stainless steel electrodes or something and a little bit of salt, even just sea salt in the water, to make us a sterilizing liquid, but it's very interesting, very clean and surprisingly, it really works, That took me by surprise.
I expected to be a bit of a chatterbox and then I didn't. I did my research and found out that there are people selling and the waters could have been treated this way in their cells in large tanks, first for large sterilization purposes, but you also get machines for cleaning companies that, instead of sending chemicals, simply They dose the machine in salt and water and then electrolytically convert it into a cleaning solution to sterilize

surface

s, but by the way, they are very interestingly used in hospitals to sterilize surfaces. That's interesting, I actually quite enjoyed making that video enjoy running on two bits, now I'm going to put it back together and actually use the device, so yeah, it's a great device and it works.

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