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PEMF School Buckets and Capacitors

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Intensity is Inversely Proportional to Frequency. Ringer Technology, Impulse Technology? Hummer, Oscillator, FLASH? One of the challenges, when selling and supporting the Curatron systems, we must help people whose background is not in electronics, engineering or physics understand PEMF and the differences between REAL PEMF and Impulse or Ringer PEMF. People confuse frequency with intensity …

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PEMF School – Frequency adaptation! We avoid it!

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Frequency Adaptation Frequency Adaptation is a problem with many PEMF systems. The Curatron 2000 family avoids this problem. So perhaps you’re wondering what frequency adaptation is? Simply put, our cells adapt to a particular frequency and then begin to de-sensitize themselves to that frequency and tune it out. Our ears do much the same thing. If …

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PEMF School – Sine Waves and Pulse Windows – What’s your Sine?

PEMF SCHOOL WHITE BOARD

Sine waves are the basis of life. Sine waves are everywhere. It may sound complicated but it’s only really complicated for the circuit or system designer.  Understanding how and why it works does need some explanation however if you will bear with me, we’ll figure it out together. The Curatron uses sine waves as the basis for …

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Wave to me! The ideal PEMFT wave form!

One of the contentious areas and perhaps the least understood regarding PEMF Technology has always been the waveform of the pulses generated by the PEMFT machine. The easiest waveforms to create are triangular and sawtooth waves. The generation of sinusoidal waves is always an engineering challenge requiring advanced circuitry and design. Triangular, Sawtooth and Square …

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