(*34,666 Gauss can be
calculated for the popular Pulser using a 2.5mH, 16ga, 270 turn,
.5 ohm, 4.14cm^{2} air core inductor. My calculations are done with Wheelers approximations and Barry's RLC Simulator. If you use Barry's RLC Simulator and input these values; 375
volts, 600uf capacitance, .5 ohms, 2.5mh coil inductance, you will
get 155 peak amps. Using these values you can calculate a maximum
gauss output of 34.7 kGauss.) Click here
to read my exposee on the Klemens Pulser.
Original Pulser
details
Bob Beck wrote "A 35 wattsecond (35 Joule) strobe
repels a washer about 14 inches vertically." (see
http://www.keelynet.com/biology/thumcoil.htm) The joules are how
much electrical energy will be expended each pulse. But it is only
one factor that helps determine how much magnetic strength in
kilogauss will be generated. The magnetic strength is what induces
an electrical current in the body. Interestingly enough, the first
Pulser I ever made had only 7.2 joules (300v 160uf 2.5mH) and 10,490
gauss with 1.9ms pulse width but it still did the job, along with
the blood electrifier, of getting rid of the mystery microbe that
had caused my Chronic Fatigue Syndrome for 16 years. My current Beck
Pulser has 3 times the magnetic strength as that Pulser and I
guarantee you that it will do its "thing" on you without any doubt
and at half the cost of others. Beck's initial recommendations for a
homemade pulser was using a Vivitar 1900 with a hand wound coil of
.93mH. Using the calculators you can plug in the details of 330
volts and with 320uf capacitance it had 17.4 joules, 23.9 kGauss, and a
1.7ms pulse width.
Peak Gauss = (Coil Inductance x Peak Amps x
10^{8})/(N x A)
The formula above
is for calculating the magnetic strength in KiloGauss where the coil
inductance is in Henries, Peak Amps is the maximum amperage of
electrical current flowing through the coil, 10^{8} is 10 to
the eighth power, N is the number of turns in the coil, and A is the
crosssectional area of the aircore section of the coil in square
centimeters.
The Beck Pulser
coil inductor has 3mH, 228 turns, .7 ohms, and a crosssectional
core area of 4.5 cm^{2}. With 450 volts (high setting) I calculate 167 Peak Amperes. Substituting we
get: Bpeak = (.003 Henries x 167 Amps x
10^8)/(228 Turns x 4.5)= 48,830 Gauss
Below is the formula for
calculating the energy dissipated by the coil in Joules. C is the
capacitance in farads, and V is the capacitor
voltage.
J = (C x
V^{2})/2
Joules = (.00066 x 450 x 450)/2 =
66.8
RESEARCH for the ideas behind this
device.
This devce has been discontinued due to its difficulty to produce and the fact that it's not necessary for the removal of most systemic infections. Some people who have been sick for many years have a congested lymph and can benefit from it. For purchase I recommend buying from Sota Instruments. Click here for a list of the electromedicine devices we sell.
