Saturday, January 11, 2014

The Best Zapper Results

When using any Hulda Clark Zapper, you want the best results. Sadly, there are many sites, each promoting their own claims. 




A good zapper should run off of a 9 volt battery ( AA batteries are alright provided the output is at least 8 or 9 volts ) and should provide an output of 4 ma to a little under 10 ma. It should also provide a good square wave under load showing sharp rises and falling edges. The duty cycle should be 50 percent exact if possible because this is the only duty cycle that reinforces all odd harmonics. If a zapper needs to connect to a power supply or the AC mains, then it is likely not a well designed product.

Note that some zappers claim to provide even harmonics, this is garbage and do not buy from those dealers no matter how many testimonials they provide. 

It is a mathematical description of the square wave, that it is all of the odd harmonics of the fundamental frequency.There are not any exceptions to this law of mathematics: A true square wave contains all of the odd harmonics and no other frequencies.

On a number of occasions, I have been asked why I felt that using copper footpads is helpful to zapping so I drew some pictures to help visualize this effect.

To improve results, many users find that footpads used in the augmentation mode are beneficial and in some cases may double the effectiveness of zapping.

Without Footpads provides only partial coverage.

As seen here, when using paddles only, the positive signal will only be present in the area nearest the positive electrode and weakening as the distance from the positive electrode increases. Using the paddles or pipes is far more effective than using wrist straps is. The wrist straps provide a very low contact area.















Adding Footpads provides a better overall coverage.
When using the footpads in addition to the paddles, the LVPEF zapper signal is more evenly distributed over the body and covers a larger area which is a main reason for increased effectiveness. Doing this also probably helps reduce the risk of the issue known as scattering.



While these images are shown standing, you may sit. You may also sit on the pads if you so desire.












You can read about this and many more topics regarding zappers at http://paradevices.com .
For more information on footpad zapping, see: http://paradevices.com/footpad_zapping.html .

For additional information: How To Zap


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