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Learning PEMF: How an Analog Spark Chamber Works vs Digital Spark Chamber

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Learning PEMF: How an Analog Spark Chamber Works VS A Digital Spark Chamber

Learning PEMF: How an Analog Spark Chamber Works VS A Digital Spark Chamber

Learning PEMF How an Analog Spark Chamber Works: The Capacitor

How the spark plasma chamber, also known as the spark chamber, in an analog PEMF device works begins with the capacitor. The capacitor is where the power builds up into the machine to get the strength needed to approach whatever it is you’re dealing with in using the machine.

The capacitor is on one side then we have a spark chamber on the other. Then we have the coil that is part of the whole process. The power comes into the machine then the capacitor which is a lot like a well, or a barrel begins to fill up. When it hits a particular power level it is regulated by the spark chamber.

Learning PEMF How an Analog Spark Chamber Works: The Electrodes

The spark chamber has two electrodes inside it. If they’re farther apart the spark that is generated will be stronger. If they’re very close together the spark that is generated will be smaller and not quite so powerful. The separated power begins to build up until it hits a level that will cause a spark to jump between the two electrodes.

When that occurs the power that’s generated travels out of the coil (or out of the cord) and goes into the coil. Once the power travels around the coil we have a circle and anyplace we have a circle we get a signal. So, there’s how the signal was generated.

Learning PEMF How an Analog Spark Chamber Works: The Circle

When we have this circle, a magnetic field is created. It comes out of the capacitor into the spark chamber when the power level (which is dictated by the electrodes) is reached then it will fire and it will come around and power the coil. If these electrodes are very close together then the spark that is generated is very small and less power is generated through to the coils, so the magnetic field that is generated is not quite as strong.

Analog Spark Chamber

Learning PEMF How an Analog Spark Chamber Works: The Electrodes

The spark chamber has two electrodes inside it. If they’re farther apart the spark that is generated will be stronger. If they’re very close together the spark that is generated will be smaller and not quite so powerful. The separated power begins to build up until it hits a level that will cause a spark to jump between the two electrodes.

Analog Spark Chamber

When that occurs the power that’s generated travels out of the coil (or out of the cord) and goes into the coil. Once the power travels around the coil we have a circle and anyplace we have a circle we get a signal. So, there’s how the signal was generated.

Learning PEMF How an Analog Spark Chamber Works: The Circle

When we have this circle, a magnetic field is created. It comes out of the capacitor into the spark chamber when the power level (which is dictated by the electrodes) is reached then it will fire and it will come around and power the coil. If these electrodes are very close together then the spark that is generated is very small and less power is generated through to the coils, so the magnetic field that is generated is not quite as strong.

Once the power travels around the coil we have a circle and any place we have a circle we get a signal

Learning PEMF How a Digital Spark Chamber Works

On a digital PEMF device, there is no longer a spark chamber. There is a computer chip. Let’s suppose we’ve got five settings. One is at the top, five is at the bottom. If you set your machine, for example on a two, the power begins to build up. The second opening is available so when it gets enough power to go through the second opening then it’ll come out, charge and send a signal around to the coil. It takes more power from the capacitor to fire from the five setting (because it’s farther away) and send a stronger signal.

One is physical in that you have a spark chamber with electrodes. The space of the electrode determines how much power is released. On the digital system you have a little computer chip with various openings. You select the opening, when it’s got enough power to fire through then it will release the power and then will go into the coil.