Frequency Converter 11-15-16
* Fabrication Cost $229.00 * Resistive Load 60 Cycle Frequency Conversion From 1 Hz to 60 KHz. * Optical Isolation * Two Support Items Available; 1. Bifilar Magnetic to Scalar Switch & 2. Modified Electric Blanket. * Presently
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The Frequency Converter is a unit that takes standard 60 hertz 110-120 AC volts from a conventional wall outlet and turns it into adjustable square wave 50-135 volts, at any frequency from 1 to 50,000 hertz. Although square wave AC is not good for televisions and the likes, it is perfect for heating pads, electric blankets, infrared sources, raw LED sources, and just about any kind of resistive load imaginable.
Turn an electric blanket into an electric field cocoon that runs at health frequencies like Schumann Resonance, the Solfeggio Frequencies, or the frequencies from a ‘Spooky2’ programmable function generator (script file) or program. If you have a heavy duty Vortex Coil or magnetic wave coil like the MAG, you can put out a magnetic field a 100 times more powerful than what a barefoot Spooky2 can do. You can generate scalar waves 100 times more powerful than a Spooky2 Boost configuration.
The Frequency Converter (FC) does have limits. Below 1000 hertz, 200 watts of power is the upper limit running at a 50% continuous duty cycle. The power drops as the frequency increases. The reason for this power drop is the Power MOSFET works harder to turn on and off a full load and warms up more quickly. A thermal sensing switch has been added to the circuit to insure that the MOSFET gets no hotter than 185 degrees farenheit or 85 degrees celcius. It literally turns off the driving voltage to the MOSFET to cool it down. Because of the thermal protection switch, continuous power drops down to about 100 watts at 20,000 hertz. Above 20,000 hertz continuous power drops down to about 10 watts at 50,000 hertz. 200 watt burst are possible up to about 30,000 hertz before the thermal switch kicks in. When the thermal switch cools down the FC will start back up as if nothing has happened.
However power is not the only function of the FC. The high voltage generated in heating devices can be used as a close contact cocoon to bath a biological entity in. It makes no difference if this is a heating pad for a warm blooded pet, an IR lamp for your cold blooded pet, or an electric blanket for a friend, the electric field is present even at low power levels. Changing the duty cycle of any frequency setting, will increase or decrease the FC power output correspondingly. Therefore reducing the ‘ON STATE’ part of the duty cycle will allow the FC to run continuously at frequencies up to 50,000 hertz.
The Frequency Converter can be controlled by anything from low cost 555 timer circuits, two channel $25 function generator, or sophisticated function generators running under manual or software control like the Spooky2 units. To help give even more capability to the FC, it has been provided with a second channel ‘Gating Control’. Although gating can be accomplished with the Spooky2 running under software control, gating can also be accomplished via a hardware input signal from many alternative sources. Gate triggering requires a 5 to 15 volt signal from the trigger source. A favorite electric blanket combination of mine is to run a 528 Solfeggio DNA repair frequency gated at a 7.83 Schumann Resonance frequency. Additionally, gating a frequency provides more time for the MOSFET to cool down, allowing for higher power at higher Frequencies.
The Frequency Converter has a built-in volt meter in addition to the thermal cutoff sensor to prevent overdriving the output power MOSFET. The user can simply dial down the output voltage before the thermal sensor would kick in if too much power is being drawn. If there is too much power being demanded the thermal sensor would simply shut the drive voltage off until the MOSFET cools down. The volt meter is handy for duplicating protocol settings for different protocol sessions. There is a 25 amp Triac circuit in the FC that acts much like a light dimmer. By simply turning the dial you can adjust the power level and actually see how much voltage is being sent to the output by reading the meter
As with all Aurorasky circuits, this unit is completely open source. Some readers or Spooky2 users will want to build their own units. The optical isolation is the only tricky part of the circuit. I sent the Optical Isolation pc board mask out for fabrication and have extras for those interested. Oh! I didn’t mention the Frequency Converter uses optical isolation to couple the frequency source outputs to the Frequency Converter signal inputs. This is done to insure no AC voltage finds its way back into the signal source, whether it be a Spooky2 or some other electronic device.
Frequency Converter Considerations:
A note worth mention here is that the optical isolation board can be handy for many types of electronic interfaces. It can be purchased separately as a bare board, assembled and tested, or duplicated with the PC board mask provided on this site. For more details, schematic, and videos see below. Use the Contact button for more information or the Order button to order the optical isolation circuit board, or a complete limited offering of the Frequency Converter.
Please NOTE Version 1.02 has replaced Version 1.01. Additionally, the ‘Bifilar MAGnetic to Scalar Switch’ and a ‘Sunbeam or equivalent Twin Size Electric Blanket’ have been added as support items for the Frequency Converter and MAG. (see Order page for more info. The order button on the left side of this page shows items available to order)