Pulsating electromagnetic field is used to treat, among other things:
- Bone fractures;
- Cardiovascular disease;
- All kinds of wounds and injuries;
- The lymphatic system dysfunction;
- Nervous system disorders.
The coil should be selected according to the following criteria:
• the induction stream produced,
• the size of the construction taking into account the dimensions of the selected part of the body.
Types of coils
|Oznaczenie||Rezystancja [om]||Liczba zwojów||Promień cewki [cm]||Średnica drutu [mm]||Indukcja w impulsie [uT]||Indukcja RMS [uT]||Moc RMS [W]|
|Pomarańczowa (bez karimaty)||9,4||102/204||10 / 5||0,4||877 / 3500||438/1750||7,6|
|Niebieska (bez karimaty)||8,6||240||5||0,45||4400||2200||8,4|
Magnetic induction / induction flux
Magnetic induction is generated by the device and regulated by the use of a suitable coil or a set of coils inbuilt within mat. Coils can be connected in series or in parallel, keeping in mind that the minimum total resistance mustn’t be less than 6 ohms.
Considering the Ohm's law (I = U / R), the theoretical constant component of the magnetic induction in the middle of the coil during the pulse results from formula (1):
Free-PEMF and multiZAP devices support sets of coils that allow the use of electromagnetic field therapy of low intensity, similar to the one found on Earth.
Additionally, multiZAP allows the use of the mat in case of complex bio-resonance therapies. In this case, no reduction resistor is used, and field strength might be slightly stronger.
To make a mat we will need the following materials:
Useful literature to create your own therapy scripts for active and passive bioresonance. Links lead you into the books descriptions in Amazon store. Fragments were published for some of them. (click Loook inside). Also look at files placed below article.