SOTA Magnetic Pulser – Model MP6 – Demonstration

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Hello. I’ll be demonstrating the use of
the SOTA Magnetic Pulser. The latest model is shown here; our model MP6. Before we get started I just want to draw your attention to our operating
manual. Please do remember to read the manual from cover to cover. It’s a great
manual, has lots of good information: specifications, troubleshooting and
everything you need to know about operating your Magnetic Pulser. Our Magnetic Pulser is powered by an AC to DC wall adaptor. The
specifications are: 12 volt DC, 1.5 amp output and very important that the
polarity is center or tip positive. If you have a wall adaptor other than ours or if you’re using your own, please remember to have the same specifications. If the polarity is reversed, it won’t hurt the unit but the
unit simply won’t turn on. If you don’t have the correct voltage or amperage
settings, the unit may turn on but will take a long time to charge up, so
please either use our wall adaptor or make sure the one that you have, has the
correct specifications. What makes our wall adaptor unique are the blades. For
every different country there are different blades that are used to plug the
unit into the wall – and so this for North America, we have certain blades; for your country it may be different. You can order blades for your country. It’s
really nice – you can snap these blades out and replace with your blades and pop it back into place and you’re good to go. I’ve already got the wall adaptor
plugged in here and I’ll show the operation of the unit. On the back of the
unit, there’s a power outlet and of course you just take the plug, and plug
it into the power outlet. On the front of the unit there are two buttons – a large
on/off mode button and a little button up here which is actually for an audible
feature and I’ll demonstrate that in a moment. The magnetic pulse of the MP6 is 2-speed pulser. When you first turn on the unit, the unit will charge up in Regular Mode. If you hit the mode button once, the lights will turn from green in Regular Mode, to yellow – in High-Speed Mode. And then if you want to turn the
unit off, you hold the button down for about 2 seconds, and the unit will
turn off. At any time when the unit is operating, you want to hear a beep to
indicate the release of the magnetic field – you would hit the audible button. A yellow light will come on indicating it’s an audible mode. So let’s
demonstrate that now. Turn it on. The unit starts up – and you should see a series of
green lights building up and at the very moment – I just heard a pulse – at the very
moment that the pulse is built up to the highest level, a red light will flash. At
that moment that the red light flashes, the magnetic field has been released. I
will turn on the audible option – you’ll see a yellow light come on, and there’s a
beep. So now, for those who are visually impaired, you can get an indication each
time the magnetic field is released. I’m going to now go into High-Speed mode.
This is Regular Mode as you can see, you have a series of green lights. I hit the
mode button once and now we’re in High-Speed Mode. As you can see it’s
pulsing much faster – almost, about once a second. The lights have turned yellow and of course the red light beeps; the red light flashes every time in coincidence with the beeping because it’s connected and it will release at exactly the same time. If you want to go back into Regular Mode, you hit the mode button – the lights
turn from yellow back to green, and we’re back into Regular Mode.
This takes about 5-6 or 7 seconds to charge up. As you can
see, it’s much slower. Each one has an advantage and I’ll talk about those a
little bit later. To turn the unit off you simply hold the on/off button down
for 2 seconds which I’ll do now – the unit turns itself off – and you’re ready to
move on to the next step. I’d like to talk about the magnetic field
produced by the Magnetic Pulser. Our Magnetic Pulser produces a rather unique magnetic field. We call it a DC spiked or time-variant magnetic
field. It’s not like an AC field which is alternating – which gives you a frequency.
Ours is like a spike which is generated – for instance if you’re in regular mode –
every 5-7 seconds you’ll get a spike and that spike is the output of
the magnetic field. In Fast Mode, that spike happens maybe every second. It’s the
same type of magnetic field, it just simply happens faster and a little bit
less intensity. I’ll talk about the differences in the modes in a moment but
what’s important to remember is that the output of the Magnetic Pulsar is a spike. That spike has 6,000 Gauss of intensity measured at the face of the
coil and it lasts 2.5 milliseconds or 2.5 thousandths of a second. Now this is the
coil. This is where the action happens. There’s a coil of wire in here and the
magnetic field is generated within this coil. Every magnetic field has a polarity.
What’s unique about our DC magnetic field is that the polarity remains on
the same side of the paddle and doesn’t change. On the SOTA logo side is actually
the South Pole. On the other side we’ve labeled it intentionally North or Bio
North (the minus pole). Because our field is a DC magnetic field – that will remain
as North. That North or Bio North is the same as the Earth’s North Pole. A compass – if you were to take a compass, every time it releases a pulse it’ll
point towards the North of our Hand Paddle, the same way in which a compass
points towards the North Pole of planet Earth. Now don’t take a compass close to
our Magnetic Pulser because you could demagnetize the compass. We’ll talk
about how to know when the magnetic pulse is giving off a field a
little bit later on. As I mentioned it’s 6,000 Gauss in regular mode and that’s
at the face of the coil. Magnetic fields drop off at either a quarter decay or
using the inverse square law or inverse cubed law … and that just means that the magnetic field drops off faster as you get out further away from the face of the coil here. So if you double the
distance, the actual output may be a quarter or less. So you need to have high
magnetic Gauss in order to have a deep penetrating field. We measure about a
100 Gauss out to about 9 inches and it’s shaped somewhat conical on both
ends – and it’s equal on both sides. Equal on both sides. So you’ll have it this side as well as on the other side. In the Fast Mode it’s about 2,500
Gauss at the face, so we have a little bit lower output and we can
measure 100 Gauss out to about 7 inches. The magnetic field itself –
you can’t feel it, you can’t taste it. You don’t… actually can’t can’t see it. So it’s
actually invisible. I’ll show you ways in which you can test to make
sure the your Magnetic Pulser is actually giving off a field. As I
mentioned before, our Magnetic Pulser is a 2 speed pulser: It has Regular Mode and
Fast Mode. In Regular Mode, it’s the highest output – 6,000 Gauss at the face of
the coil. It takes approximately 5-7 seconds to build that charge up
and the unit will count 255 pulses, making one session and that session will
then last 255 x 5-7 seconds, it’s about 20-30 minutes. In Fast Mode it takes
approximately one second to build a charge and we count 1,400
pulses – 1,400 seconds and it translates to about 20 minutes. So the session then will be the same for both – but in Regular Mode you have higher
output but less pulses for that 20 minutes to 30 minutes. In High-Speed mode, you have a little bit lower output but you have far more pulses per that
20-minute session and that’s something that you can use depending on what
you want to do with the unit. Now every magnetic field has a polarity – North and
South polarity. On our Hand Paddle, on the SOTA side, on the SOTA logo, is actually
South Pole or South Pole polarity. On the opposite side we’ve indicated
North (Bio North) or minus. The polarity is constant on the one side because it’s a DC
output, so that will never change. It will stay North. And we see North as more of a calming side. The South is more stimulating, so for most applications you
will always use the North side against the targeted area. Now some people – extremely sensitive people – may be able to feel the magnetic field. I
certainly can’t. The magnetic field comes off in like a conical shape – it’s exactly the
same on both sides it’s identical North and South on both sides and as I
mentioned before in regular mode 6,000 Gauss. We can measure it out to about
9 inches – so how do you know that the magnetic field is being delivered? When I
turn the unit on and I go into Regular Mode, I have a little indicator beep that
comes on that tells me the pulse is being released. You might actually feel a
little movement in the coil. What happens is that the magnetic field is
being generated. There’s a coil of wire in here and it’s contracting very rapidly.
There’s lots of power being created here and that contraction makes the paddle
move slightly. On some paddles – and we try to keep this this as quiet as possible because we have plastic, and we have a metal coil inside – there may be a bit of
movement between the coil and the plastic. You may actually hear a little
ticking sound in the paddle. You might not. it’s okay one way or another. Some
people like it; some people not – but we actually fill it with silicone – we’re
trying to keep it as quiet as possible. You may have one that you can hear – you
may have one that you don’t hear – it’s perfectly normal. But when the magnetic
field is released – because you can’t feel it – for most people they can’t feel it – how do we know that it’s actually happening? I have a little demonstration set up here
for you. I’m going to be turning the unit on in Regular Mode which gives the
highest Gauss output. I’m going to turn on the audible indicator so you can hear
every time the pulse is released and what I have here – I’ve made a coil of
wire with a little LED light in the end. There are no power connections, there’s no battery involved. It’s simply a coil with a light. What I’d like to demonstrate is the magnetic field coming off. The magnetic field will
interact with this coil and generate electricity – it actually generates
microcurrents of electricity. That’s one of the features of a moving magnetic coil – our magnetic coil moves that spike and will generate electricity. Let’s see
if we can generate electricity right through my neck! I’m going to turn the
unit on – I’m going to go into audible mode so you can hear every time (5-7 seconds) it’ll release a pulse. I’m going to put the North side –
and it wouldn’t matter if I use North or South; they’re both
equal – and I’m going to take my coil and hopefully you will see the light come
on with every pulse. There it is there. There it is again. If I bring it very close to the coil the light will be brighter because it’s more
intense of a magnetic field. As I bring the coil away from the paddle, the light
will be slightly diminished and … there you go. And that indicates that the
strength of the magnetic field has tapered off. Now if you don’t have a
coil of wire around, you can demonstrate the magnetic field with a standard pair
of pliers. You need to use a pair of pliers that’s actually made out of steel
so it’s attracted to magnets or else this demonstration will not work. So just
use an ordinary pair of pliers and bring it up maybe half an inch away.
Every time it releases the pulse, it’s going to … There it is again. It’s a very
strong field! So what’s happening here is the magnetic field is attracting the metal
in the pliers and there we are. We get the sensation that it’s very, very
strong. If I go into high-speed mode it’s just simply faster but it’s a little bit
less strength. And that’s what the whole difference is
between the modes: one’s stronger and fewer pulses, one’s faster with a little bit less
strength. Now the magnetic field that comes off here will also interact with
any other metal so you could try this demonstration against a large piece of
metal – maybe from the side of an oven or maybe a fridge or something like that.
Make sure that it’s a magnetic type of steel and not aluminum. Aluminum
will not interact like this. Now several years ago I demonstrated putting a
quarter-inch washer on the paddle and I flew that washer across the room! And
people may say they try it here but it doesn’t work or it just slides off. I
just want to mention that at that time, I actually had an open coil where you
could see the coil of wire and I was able to put the washer inside the coil.
Because we seal this coil up – a lot of energy – a lot of electricity is being
generated here. For safety reasons we encase this all in plastic so you don’t
get the same effect of that washer shooting out – because I can’t put it inside
the coil where I previously demonstrated. But the magnetic field is still the same.
It’s just the placement of the washer is slightly different. So that’s why I use these other demonstrations here. So you can see very clearly that it truly happening. I’m going to turn it off here, hold it down to two seconds. and it turns off.
Now when the unit is operating a tremendous amount of energy is being
delivered to this coil. This is going to get hot and you just want to make
sure that if it gets too hot, that you don’t hurt yourself – you don’t burn
yourself. What’s nice about magnetic fields is they basically go through
anything. They’ll go through cloth and material and that type of thing like
it’s not even there. If it gets too hot simply use it through a shirt,
something like that – or put a dish towel over it. Some people
put a sock over just to keep the hot surface away from you. The
fact that it gets hot is important. It tells you it’s actually working – so it’s
very important. If it’s not getting hot there’s a problem with your unit.
Of course after maybe 2 or 3 sessions you may simply need to
cool it down – so just turn the unit off and let it cool down. When the unit is
operating – after the session is done the unit will go
into sleep mode, which means that it’ll sit there and wait for about 30 seconds
for you to restart. If you don’t restart, it turns everything off – so keep that in mind after the unit shuts down . . . that it’s just sitting there
waiting for you to do some action. If not, just turn the unit off and or just leave
it. Now the magnetic field will go through most materials but when it hits
metal, it could be dispersed. Some things you need to be aware of: You don’t want to be putting the magnetic field against an area where you may have an implant – a metal implant even though the implants may not be magnetic
– like they could be titanium. There may be some interaction. You may get heat built
up in that area or you may even get a bit of electrical generation of microcurrents
and it may be uncomfortable, so we generally say if you have implants, don’t
use them in that area. You definitely don’t want to use it if you have any kind of pacemaker or any other kind of electrical implant. We don’t want to have any interaction between the magnetic field and your sensitive pacemaker or
other sensitive electrical equipment, so please don’t do that. Another thing to
make sure of is to keep the magnetic field away from things like your credit
cards. It will it will annihilate a credit card in one zap! Also your computer hard disk – we did a test we wanted to see if it truly would, and we
took a hard disk against the paddle and after 2 pulses that hard disk was dead.
Please keep it away from your computer. When I say keep it away – a foot, 2 feet away. Nothing’s going to happen. The magnetic field at that point is so tiny it’s not going to interact. Just don’t put your credit cards close. Keep them – let’s say – a foot or two away. Homeopathic remedies – keep those away from the magnetic field – there could be an interaction. Keep it away from your wallet too! Be sure you’re not pulsing on your pocket where you have your wallet. That would destroy all the magnetic
strips and all your credit cards and your license and that type of thing.
Other than that, the Magnetic Pulser will operate very nicely for the
sessions, for you, and I think you’re going to find is going to be very useful
in your endeavors. Thank you very much and happy pulsing!

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