After a delay of 11 days, we could mount it in 3 days and make to work the Pulsotron-4 fusion experiment (it is not a Fusion Reactor as long as not reactions are done yet). We performed it first discharge at 100% power.
In the last tests, it was measured the charging current in the capacitor knowing the capacitance and the voltage change measured at capacitor terminals. The current is extracted from plasma affected by the ejected particles produced during fusion
The recovered energy beats new record. 1.2MA flowing towards the energy recovery capacitors was measured. The pulse is short, 23 microseconds only, then the capacitor is discharged at 200 kiloamps
Also, we have to inform that Pulsotron-4 entering in service is delayed as several components must be replaced, so tests are performed using the damaged Pulsotron-3 reactor. It is expected that the reactor can definitely break down at any moment