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Rife and PEMF dual circuit help/question

drhiii

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I'm wondering if an Arduino with an H-bridge shield could be all the circuit you need. Plus a coil of course.

Do you have any links to discussions of pulse duration, frequency, intensity? Does it have to alternate - I.E. reverse polarity?

The fact the camera flash worked suggests that low frequency high intensity pulses work just as well.

Mike.

Let me post some links that dig into PEMF… a range of things. Much beneficial research…. anything you can derive and improve on.. well... tx for coming back with a query.

http://www.newmediaexplorer.org/chris/2009/02/19/build_a_low_cost_simple_magnetic_pulser.htm


http://www.diypemf.com/a-simple-pemf-device/

https://www.oskawellness.com/blogs/blog/10-facts-about-pemf-machines-and-what-they-can-do-for-you

http://web.orthofix.com/Products/Products/Physio-Stim/PS-1413 PEMF Brochure.pdf

https://pulsedenergytech.com/pemf/
 

dr pepper

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I was going to say if you asked someone on this forum nicely they might program the processor chip for you so you could build it.
I dont have a programmer for that chip so I couldnt do it, and it looks like a bit of an odd chip so you might be out of luck on that one.
 

Pommie

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Driving a L298 with any processor would be fairly trivial. There are numerous examples around using an Arduino with an L298 driver.

Mike.
Edit, the schematic in that article is fairly useless due to no values whatsoever.
 

dr pepper

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I dont think the op has programming skills.
Yes no values makes it fairly useless.
 

drhiii

New Member
No, I do not have programming skills.

I have been able to communicate with a gent who has constructed a reasonably powerful PEMF device and is willing to share his design and time. So thankfully, I will direct time and energy towards that.

And, I just took delivery of a 24v 5a power supply and about to run it to see how it manages this current circuit. tx
 

dr pepper

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Sensible approach.
If the psu has overload protection it should be fine, if there isnt overload protection a circuit breaker would be a good addition.
 

drhiii

New Member
Sensible approach.
If the psu has overload protection it should be fine, if there isnt overload protection a circuit breaker would be a good addition.
Yessir. Understand. I have a breaker in the mix. RUnning the circuit for 1 hour as a test and it continues onward. A bit more power though this only visually accessed. Not bad so far.
 

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