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Beck Pulser / Magnetic Pulser according to Dr. Beck

The Parapulser magnetic pulser according to Dr. Beck is by far the world’s most sold Beck Pulser. It produces a very powerful magnetic flash, which induces movement of electric ions in the body fluids (induction).

Technical data:

  • Voltage: 12 - 18 V
  • Magnetic field: 0,66 T
  • Pulse frequency: 20 Hz (20 pulses per second)
  • Consumption: 2 - 45 Watt
  • Total weight: < 1 kg

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The power of a magnetic pulser is defined by its overall inductive performance. This is composed of magnetic field strength, edge steepness, as well as frequency. The magnetic field strength fades out with the third power of distance. The total performance (induction) is the product of pulse frequency and field strength. Whereas other pulsers (like the Australian "Klement" or the German "Blue Power Puls") achieve a high pulse frequency with a comparatively weak field or blur pulse steepness, the SOTA magnetic pulser compensates this with a super strong magnetic field of 0,66 T. Especially at distances over 3 centimeters (crucial for deep penetration) the SOTA MPG5 achieves unsurpassed inductive performance - until the Parapulser appeared. It not only maintains pulse steepness and power, but is capable of 20 Hz pulse frequency, which is 80 times faster! Take back your power - and take back your time!

 Parapulser pulse curve (blue line) - most powerful field strength and steepness

Comparison: SOTA MPG5 pulse (red curve) 0,65 Tesla


Klement “Magnetic Super Pulser” - really 6 times stronger than “Standard Pulser”?

The “Klement Super Pulser” device impresses with its heavy coil, the high pulse frequency of 12 pulses per second, and the whopping field strength of up to 1 tesla which is the highest known value of a magnetic pulser after the design of Dr. Robert C. Beck.

However, the “Super Pulser`s” overall inductive power is not higher than the SOTA MPG5, even at its highest pulse rate. In fact, it barely reaches the same power as the "SOTA MPG5" or even the German "Blue Power Pulse 2", based on the output at the surface and the coil’s center. Why? A pulser’s purpose is to generate eddy currents (induction), like the blood electrifier does it, too. The strength of an eddy current, however, is proportional to the changing speed of the magnetic field (and not to its continuous or maximum value). Changing speed means the rise and fall time of a magnetic pulse, technical called the "slew rate". The slew rate, in turn, depends on the rise time of the current flowing through the coil. And the rise time of the current depends on two factors:
1) The coil rating (inductivity measured in millihenry), and
2) The voltage strength , applied to the coil at the beginning of the current pulse.

Now, the physical dependencies are as follows:
- The higher the inductivity of a coil, the slower the rise and fall time of the current.
- The higher the voltage applied to the coil, the shorter the rise time of the current in the coil.

Comparing the technical data of the “Klement Super Pulser” and the “SOTA MPG5”, the
coil inductivity of Klement is about 10 millihenry, which is 4 times higher than SOTA’s.
the voltage applied on the coil at the beginning of the magnetic pulse is only 16 volts, whereas SOTA’s MPG5 has 400 volts.

Conclusion: Only because of it’s very high pulse rate, the Super Pulser achieves the same induction (measured on the coil’s surface) as the other devices (SOTA MPG5 or Blue Power Pulse 2). The Klement Pulser is not more effective than any other Sub-Hertz-pulser on the market, rather the contrary.

The Parapulser (released in May 2012) is the latest achievement in technology - it not only surpasses the SOTA pulser in pulse strength, but has an 80 fold increase in pulse frequency. Take back your power - and take back your time!


Last update 2. 06. 2012