The SOTA Magnetic Pulser PEMF offers the benefits of a pulsed magnetic field (PEMF) to help balance the body’s natural electricity for health.

SOTA Magnetic Pulser 6

Key Features:

  • Automatic Timer
  • Bio-North Pole identified
  • Fast (approx. 2,500 Gauss) and Regular – high-intensity mode (over 6,000 Gauss)
  • Magnetic Field penetrates up to 23cm (9 inches)
  • 2 years international warranty, 1-year local warranty
  • Power Adapter UK Plug type only

Difference Between Modes:
Regular Mode: For use with applications that require deeper penetration of the magnetic field. The pulse is released approximately every 5-7 seconds. The magnetic field penetrates at least 9 inches (23 cm).

Fast Mode: For use with applications that are closer to the surface of the body. The pulse is released approximately every second. The magnetic field penetrates at least 7 inches (18
cm).

SOTA Magnetic Pulser PEMF is easy to use. Simply power on, and place the paddle to the body with “N” marking facing the application area. You may choose between Fast and Regular mode during the operation.

 


View the videos below to further understand the application and technology of SOTA MP6.

 

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Your Magnetic Pulser outputs a time-variant pulsed DC magnetic field.

POWER REQUIREMENTS
12 Volts DC @ 1.5 Amps, Tip or Center Positive.
Caution: Exceeding the voltage rating or reverse connection may result in injury or unit failure. This will void the warranty.

OPTIONAL POWER INPUT
To operate the Magnetic Pulser from a 12 Volt DC source, such as an automobile
battery or an appropriate Solar Panel, purchase a Universal Power Cord with Tip or
Center Positive.

REGULAR MODE – OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS
Magnetic Field Intensity: Greater than 6000 Gauss at face of the Hand Paddle as tested with an F.W.Bell 5080 Tesla Meter.
Pulse Duration: ~2.5 mS (milliseconds).
Pulses per Cycle: 255 pulses (approx. 20 – 30 minutes).

FAST MODE – OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS
Magnetic Field Intensity: Greater than 2500 Gauss at face of the Hand Paddle as tested with an F.W.Bell 5080 Tesla Meter.
Pulse Duration: ~2.5 mS (milliseconds).
Pulses per Cycle: 1400 pulses (approx. 20 – 30 minutes)