Hi Reid, I’ve been using a silverpuppy for years.
The ambient temperature of the room has a significant impact on the timing. Even with a thermal stirrer the differences are significant. I experience this often because I live in Tokyo, where climate control is not necessary so often, but temperatures can vary wildly during the day or night. I always get a good quality result, regardless. Around room temperature gives the best quality however. Ode can tell you more. Victor > On Apr 16, 2018, at 20:32, Reid Harvey <reidharvey7...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Hello to All, > > I'm still getting used to my SilverPuppy, but hope somebody can tell me why > the timing of making EIS is peculiar. > > I've only done this twice, both times using the distilled water from the same > bottle. Both times I shut it off after about ten hours, but for one time the > light was on for six hours, while the other time it was only three hours. > Why, when I used the distilled water from the same bottle? > > I'm also puzzled about the light blinking every 8 seconds or so, and is EIS > being made during this time? And what's the dim red light all about? These > are questions for Ode, of course, but I like to get the viewpoints of others. > > Reid -- The Silver List is a moderated forum for discussing Colloidal Silver. Rules and Instructions: http://www.silverlist.org Unsubscribe: <mailto:silver-list-requ...@eskimo.com?subject=unsubscribe> Archives: http://email@example.com/maillist.html Off-Topic discussions: <mailto:silver-off-topic-l...@eskimo.com> List Owner: Mike Devour <mailto:mdev...@eskimo.com>