- What's the source of the frequencies that you use in your PEMF devices?
- How do I program your devices?
- My MR7 keeps giving me a timeout error. How can I fix it?
- Why can't I update my software when I click on the "Check for Software Updates" button?
- Do I need to detect my device every time I want to load it?
- What do the frequency file name suffixes represent, e.g., "CY", "EST", "NP"?
- What are the Magnetic Field Strengths?
- I have researched this area a little however I do not understand how you transpose sound waves (0 - 1000Hz) into plasma (1 - 30PHz)?
- Or why you need to vary the cold plasma frequency?
- Dan Winters has one standard frequency.
- What science proves pulsing plasma has a healing effect or pulsing LEDs has a healing effect?
- The pulsing of the induced magnetic flux has some science behind it but I do not understand how sound waves are added to a square carrier wave?
- What are the specs of LED light discs?
- I'm looking at another PEMF device that says it runs between 2.5 and 60 microtesla. How many microtesla does your machine produce?
- What is the magnetic field produced by Wellness PEMF devices?
- Why don't we need polarity with magnetic discs?
- What is the effect of a pulsed magnetic field?
- What are the technical specifications for the MR7?
- What is the output on the Electrodes for the EM27?
We use only proven frequencies that we've derived from various sources, but 80% of them were discovered by Dr. Harry Van Gelder and Dr. Albert Abrams, two of the most knowledgeable authorities on frequency healing.
Our devices are controlled by Pulsed Frequency software, which can be downloaded from www.pulsedfrequency.com:
Follow the steps on that site to register and then download the software.
To clear the error, simply press the power button on the MR7 and release it. You should hear a beep which indicates the error has been cleared. After clearing the error, browse to the compiler screen again and try loading the device. Please note, you will still receive an error if you try viewing the files in the MR7 ("View Frequency Files in Device" menu option) after clearing a device error--you will need to return to the compiler screen to reload, instead.
If you have version 99 or below, the update function erroneously returns the message "Your software is currently up to date" even though there is a new version available. In order to take advantage of the newer version, you must update your software manually. This applies to all devices. Instructions for updating manually are located on the pusledfrequency.com MR7 user guide: https://pulsedfrequency.com/magnetic-user-guide#version99 These instructions may be used for the MR7, SA2 (plasma), EM27, or the MR772.
Do I need to run the device detection program (Detect MR7, etc.) every time I want to load my device?
No. The first time you detect your device, make sure you close the program before unplugging the device and you should not have to run the detection program again.
"CY" programs have Cymatic frequencies added to a Van Gelder set.
"EST" programs are established Van Gelder frequency sets.
"G" programs are frequency sets that were created by Dr. John Garvey.
"NP" programs are nasal probe frequency sets designed to run on the EM272's nasal probes.
"PA" programs are phased array programs, which are frequencies that are run in phase with each other. One frequency runs on three magnets while a second frequency runs on another three magnets. When a frequency is run on three magnets in close proximity of each other, the intesity increases five to ten times. These programs are used for deeper penetration.
|Reset Product||Wave Pattern||Duty Cycle||Magnetic Field Strength on Surface of the Enclosure||Magnetic Field Strength One Inch Above Surface of Enclosure|
|EM27||Square Wave||50%||0.830 gauss||0.070 to 0.100 gauss *Note 1|
|EM272||Square Wave||50%||1.160 gauss||0.100 to0.140 gauss *Note 1|
|Magnetic Converter||Square Wave||50%||0.830 gauss||0.070 to 0.100 gauss *Note 1|
|MR7||Spike Wave||2%||0.001 gauss *Note 3||0.001|
- Note 1: The magnetic field strength one inch above the surface of the enclosure varies depending if the seven independent magnetic fields are synchronous (Phase Array) or asynchronous. If all the magnetic fields are synchronous, the magnetic field strength one inch above the surface of the enclosure is 100 milligauss. If all the magnetic fields are asynchronous, the magnetic field strength one inch above the surface of the enclosure is 70 milligauss.
- Note 2: Magnetic field measurements above two inches is difficult due to the signal levels are comparable with ambient magnetic noise.
- Note 3: The magnetic field strength is dependent on the frequency, at 100 Hz the magnetic field strength would be approximately 0.001 gauss.
I have researched this area a little however I do not understand how you transpose sound waves (0 - 1000Hz) into plasma (1 - 30PHz)?
Sound is a frequency... we take a sine wave frequency and add two or more since waves to form a complex sine wave ... up to 16 different frequencies from 1 to 5000Hz. The copmplex sine wave is converted to a complex square wave by a circuit we call slope wave differentiation...that is when the slope of the sine wave is positive a one is generated... when the slop of the sine wave is negative a zero is generated... this converts the complex sine wave to a complex square wave... biological systems can differentiate the components of complex wave patterns...the plasmapulses a complex square wave...
Body responds to different frequencies... just like the body responds to different molecules...
This is Dan's choice...
The body responds to frequency...plasma is a pulsing electromagnetic field ...the plasma is like an antenna... Pulsing LED's are a pulsing electromagnetic signals ... remember light is an electromagnetic signal... and light is pulsed at specific frequencies less than 5000 Hz
The pulsing of the induced magnetic flux has some science behind it but I do not understand how sound waves are added to a square carrier wave?
We do not uses sound waves...sound is generated by a speaker... the wave form that generates the movement of air in the speaker is an electromagnetic signal... do not confuse sine waves with sound waves...
The power supplied to each channel of the R21 emitter assembly has an average of 100 mw.
That number is the average supplied power to the LEDs and not a measure of emitted light energy.
The total peak light flux emitted is 50 milliwatts per channel. That is an estimate for the sum of all 3 Red colors in each channel.
Most of this energy is radiated in a 120 degree spacial radiation angle (+/- 60 degree) with the predominant energy radiated perpendicular to the R21 assembly.
I'm looking at another PEMF device that says it runs between 2.5 and 60 microtesla. How many microtesla does your machine produce?
Our machines run between 60 and 120 microtesla.
Based on measurements we made in March of 2014 using a calibrated Vernier Software probe, the magnetic field strength from ONE CHANNEL of our devices (such as the EM272, and Joint Pemf,) can be provide is 120 microtesla.
The PEAK magnetic energy measured at the surface of the magnetic coil is approximately 240 microtesla. However since we modulate the magnetic field with a 50% duty cycle frequency, that means we generate an AVERAGE magnetic field of 120 microtesla at the surface of the magnetic coil.
Magnetic fields drop off rapidly, and with some estimating, at a distance of 0.5 inches from the magnetic coil surface, the PEAK magnetic field at that distance is approximately 60 microtesla. Any measurements at further distances are lost in the noise of the Earth's magnetic field.
Using a calibrated magnetic probe made by Vernier, measurements were made on several Wellness PEMF products.
In each case the magnetic field was measured under normal operating conditions.
Due to the frequency nature and the duty cycle of our products, the readings recorded were adjusted accordingly and taken at peak output. Readings were also adjusted taking away any effect from ambient magnetic fields such as the Earth’s magnetic field.
For our battery powered products: such as the EM27, EM272, and the Magnetic Converter... these units produce a magnetic field that is at 50% duty cycle.
The magnetic field has a time average at the surface of the case over the emitter of 0.830 Gauss. The instantaneous peak magnetic field is twice that reading due to duty cycle of 1.660 Gauss.
When measured at a distance of 1 inch from the surface of the case, the measurement is affected by adjacent coils. If the signal is Phase-Array or asynchronous, under these conditions, the magnetic field ranges from 0.070 to 0.100 Gauss (time average reading)
Measurements at further distances are difficult to measure due to the signal levels being comparable with ambient magnetic noise. These measurements were taken at about 50% of the battery charge. The magnetic strength can be +/- 10% of those levels depending on the state of the battery.
For Our MR772 product, the magnetic field is somewhat stronger due to the higher current and applied voltage. The magnetic field has a time average at the surface of the case over the emitter of 1.16 Gauss. The instantaneous peak magnetic field is twice that reading due to duty cycle of 2.32 Gauss.
When measured at a distance of 1 inch from the emitter case surface, the measurement is affected by adjacent coils. If the signal is Phase-Array or asynchronous, under these conditions, the magnetic field ranges from 0.1 to 0.14 Gauss.
The MR7 product has the same instantaneous peak magnetic field as our battery powered units at the surface of the emitter (1.660 Gauss), however due to the varying duty cycle the average magnetic field varies as a function of the programmed frequency. The Duty cycle of the MR7 is the frequency programmed divided by 80,000. So for a 100Hz frequency, the duty cycle is 100/80000= 0.00125 or 0.125% duty cycle. The time average magnetic field of the MR7 is therefore very small. At 100 Hz this would be about 0.001 Gauss.
Without getting too technical, this is why polarity for magnetics is not needed:
The magnetic coils are electro-magnets. Putting a driving current in one direction produces a magnetic field with the North pole perpendicular to the coil top side and a South pole perpendicular to the bottom side.
When the current is halted, the collapsing magnetic field yields a South Pole perpendicular to the coil top side and a North pole perpendicular to the bottom side.
As a result of this phenomena, as the current pulses are converted to a driving current into the coils, it will produce both North and South pole pulses for every cycle of the input current.
Therefore, by converting both polarities of input current to bi-polar magnetic fields, it is not necessary to alter the polarity into the magnetic coils. The CMC unit automatically converts input current of either polarity to a compatible bi-polar magnetic field.
As a side advantage, this modification also permits the driving of power into the LED's which requires a uni-directional applied signal for them to function. adding to the effectiveness and utility of the device.
Understanding the effect of a pulsed magnetic field…
The response lies in understanding Faradays Law of Induction.
A magnetic frequency generates a time varying magnetic field. A magnetic pulse is a magnetic field that is increasing and then decreasing as the magnetic field strength increases and then decreases.
A pulsing magnetic field generates a force on an ion, electron, or charged particle by the nature of the changing field strength. If the magnetic field is increasing the force on an ion in one direction and if the field is decreasing the force of the field on the ion in the opposite direction… like a push and then a pull… This is very different than setting up a potential difference between two points and then changing the direction of the potential difference.
The push-pull action of reversing the direction of the magnetic field results in specific resonances of biological structures that have charge or exhibit separation of charge within the molecule.
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The EM27 outputs either a Positive or Alternating (Positive and Negative) current signal to electrodes that is programmable when the treatment is programmed to be from 25 uA (microamps) to 400 uA. The output frequency that is transmitted is a composite mix of the 7 independent magnetic channels in an inverted spike wave pattern. The programmed current is the PEAK current so the average applied current depends on the mix of frequencies and could have an average current of 50 percent of the programmed peak current.