This is a high powered version of the Magnetic Pulser that has a switch allowing you to select "standard" (normal power) or "modified" (high power) output. This type of device was invented by Robert Beck, and it is the perfect device to accompany the Microbe Electrifier. It has the possible effect of causing the lymph fluid to be more mobile which is important for immunity in the blood because immune cells are created in the bone marrow and transported to the bloodstream by the lymph system. Stagnant lymph (typical with chronic problems) can hinder this normal delivery of necessary immune cells to where they are most needed. Unfortunately the Maxi-Pulser is no longer available and has been replaced with a simple but powerful version that's much cheaper than others on the market. Click here to read about the new "Beck Pulser".

It delivers a strong momentary magnetic pulse every 2 seconds which penetrates into surrounding tissues (within 4" of the center of the coil in the "standard" setting, and within 7" in the "modified" setting) to induce an electric current there. No sensation is felt at all with the Standard setting. The magnetic strength is less than that of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (which is safe). This device is believed to be safe for use anywhere on the body, as no one has reported it causing problems. It's recommended that it be used daily with the Microbe Electrifier. Beck believed that not using it can allow reinfection afterwards because viruses & bacteria hiding in the lymphatics can eventually travel back into the bloodstream which is the first step for reinfection.

Just 2-3 pulses in each location can be used to eliminate lymph stagnation which would prevent microbes from circulating from there to the bloodstream. According to Patent 6,675,047 (Electromagnetic-Field Therapy Method and Device) "pulsed [electromagnetic] field therapy produces a complex effect on the living organism, because it contributes to an improvement in the energy metabolism, increases the mobility of lymph, enhances the blood supply of capillaries, and, as a consequence, improves nutrition of all tissues of the organism. The pulse field therapy liquidates stagnation of energy in tissues, whereby painful sensations are eliminated." 

Maxi-Pulser usage instructions

This Maxi-Pulser produces magnetic pulses (from a 2.5mh/18ga/.8ohm coil) that, when switched to "standard", conform to the minimum guidelines given for magnetic pulser strength in the article in Explore More #15 about Robert Beck's original Pulser and Blood Electrifier. Its magnetic strength, in KiloGauss, is more than that of normal Pulsers in the "modified" switch position. This unit pulses automatically every two seconds. You'll know it has pulsed when you see the red diode light up. The coil is covered with thick cotton cloth. An added feature this one has is that the coils negative north pole is marked which allows you to always pulse yourself with that negative magnetic polarity for possible added effectiveness against microbes (according to Dr. Philpott). The unit measures 3" wide, 2.5" tall, and 6" long. It can be powered by 115 or 230 volts AC. Please specify your country and its voltage (115 or 230) when ordering. Whether the frequency in your country is 50 or 60 hertz does not matter. The AC plug will match your countries requirement (UK, EUR, AUS, N.Amer).

  capacitor voltage capacitance Joules KiloGauss magnetic strength milliseconds pulse width
Maxi-Pulser modified 450 550uf 55.7 35.1 3.7
Maxi-Pulser standard 350 550uf 33.6 27.5 3.7
most popular Magnetic Pulser 375 600uf 42.2
34.7* 3.8

(*34,666 Gauss can be calculated for the "popular" Pulser using a 2.5mH, 16ga, 270 turn, .5 ohm, 4.14cm2 air core inductor which is what they say is used except for their claimed 3.22cm2 which is highly unlikely and replaced in this calculation with 4.14cm2 which is the dimensions of the only commercially available inductor that has 270 turns and 2.5mH. But they claim 43,100 gauss output instead of my calculated 34.7kGauss. 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.

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 cross-sectional area of the air-core section of the coil in square centimeters.

Our coil has 2.5mH, has 255 turns, and has a cross-sectional area of 4.5 cm^2. I calculate 161 Peak Amperes with the modified output. Substituting we get:

Bpeak = (.0025 Henries x 161 Amps x 10^8) / (255 Turns x 4.5) = 35,076 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 = (.00055 x 450 x 450)/2 = 55.7

If other manufacturers, which all use 350 volts or less to power the output coil, claim more magnetic output than mine (which uses 450 volts), then they have either calculated wrongly or are just lying*. Also, I have searched high and low for the best air core inductor to use in this application and do use one of the best. Everyone who has tried my Pulser and compared it to the others always tell me that mine is the most powerful. You can spend 50% more to buy the other less powerful ones but I encourage you to give mine a try. If you don't like it then you can return it for a refund. But I'm sure you'll be happy with it.

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* The most popular Pulser now falsely claims 43,100 Gauss (43.1 Kgauss). They falsely create the calculated amount with a false cross sectional area for their coil, and a false peak amperage amount.