The Pulser

The ‘Pulser’ Device was another offshoot of the ‘Super Oscillator’.  Having a really versatile oscillator is all well and good, but what do you do with it?  Well you drive things with it and the ‘Pulser’ is the perfect example.

The ‘Pulser’ converts 120 volt AC to 160 volts of on/off DC pulses.  The duty cycle and frequency are controlled by an oscillator or a MP3 player.  This is a great device for running an electric blanket at Schulman’s resonance verse running it on a very  debilitating 60 cycles from a wall outlet.  It is great for running a far-infrared emitter at a specific health frequency verse a negative 60 cycles.  It can pulse a Vortex Coil at a health rate that envelopes a whole room in a magnetic bath of healthy waves.   Actually the applications are only limited to ones imagination.

Any resistive device that runs on 120 volt AC can be driven by the ‘Pulser’.  For example a coffee maker can now enhance the water in coffee by changing how the water is heated.

The most unique feature of the ‘Pulser’ is the ability to run a resistive load at multiple frequencies and duty cycles using a recording played off a MP3 player.  It is hoped that makers and users will come up with some frequency and duty cycle patterns that will do extraordinary things.  It is suspected that many of these extraordinary patterns are already known but are hidden from us normal folks.  Now we have a new toy we can experiment with and make discoveries for ourselves.

The device takes about 4 hours to make and the parts can be purchased for about $25.  Half the work is metal work and it is hoped to eventually have some metal punches to speed up the fabrication process.

It Actually Worked

Original Prototype

Original Prototype 2

1 Transistor Trigger Circuit

Running FarInfrared

Oscillator

Final Open with MP3

It Actually Worked

Original Prototype

Original Prototype 2

1 Transistor Trigger Circuit

Running FarInfrared

.01hz to 5mhz Oscillator

Final Open with MP3

Final Product Version 1

Final Product Version 2

Final Product Version 1

Final Product Version 2

LINKS     Pulser Circuit.PDF     Pulser Basic Description Video 1     Pulser and Applications Video 2

                 Pulser and Applications Video 3

Last update 11-13-13 by author - gsk