Author Topic: Bob Beck Blood Electrifier  (Read 27142 times)

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Re: Bob Beck Blood Electrifier
« Reply #8 on: September 27, 2010, 19:53:02 pm »
no problem Donald.  i strongly suggest the one i have posted for the fact it requires less power to operate.. the one with a relay requires batteries for switching the relay on and off and then it needs the batterys for sending the microcurrents into the body.. my circuit u see in the pic above has about 5 resistors that are uneeded.. i didnt have the right value and had to put them in series..

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Re: Bob Beck Blood Electrifier
« Reply #9 on: September 28, 2010, 18:03:36 pm »

outlaw, that circuit shows 3 connections to the 3.5 mm jack, i have redrawn the circuit and now i am wondering which connections go to the skin


from pin 7 it branches off into the pot circuit and the LED circuit, but i dont see what the finial connection to 3 is


i assume connection 1 and connection 2 go to the skin, but what does connection 3 do?


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Re: Bob Beck Blood Electrifier
« Reply #10 on: September 28, 2010, 18:50:42 pm »
Pin 3 is the indicator part of the circuit.. When my electrodes are wet and i touch the together is will dead short and flicker the led red and green.. The flicker is the alternation of current to the led.. More or less he has it on there to help know when to change the batteries because it will dim out during dead short if the voltage isnt strong enough.. I connected with pin 1 or 2.. not sure whcih one.. The device is at my moms house let me look at some pictures and see if i can tell you which side i hooked it to.

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Re: Bob Beck Blood Electrifier
« Reply #11 on: September 28, 2010, 19:23:19 pm »
I think what it was is they make head phone jacks with 3 channels.. The female jack being a 3 channel. and the male being a 2 channel for bob becks device.. 1 channel of the 2 channel will also connect to pin 3 in the jack itself. 

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Re: Bob Beck Blood Electrifier
« Reply #12 on: September 29, 2010, 04:49:53 am »
so pin 3 either goes to pin 1 or pin 2 when the jack is plugged in, otherwise it's off, i guess simple testing would get it working properly

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Re: Bob Beck Blood Electrifier
« Reply #13 on: September 29, 2010, 07:30:22 am »
Yea im not sure to be honest. Mine is not with me at the moment so i cant crack it open to take a look.

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Re: Bob Beck Blood Electrifier
« Reply #14 on: October 15, 2010, 17:16:27 pm »
I've got the components and put it all together on the breadboard. I followed the video and it was very easy to build. I came also at the point how to translate the 3 wires into 2 for the electrodes for your arm. I took the ground wire and put it on one of the two others. There is only 1 combination that works, so easy to find. I had my first session today for 15 minutes like the schematics that they recommend on there website. http://www.unleashhealth.com/store/booklet_preview.html Let you all know how it goes later on.

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Re: Bob Beck Blood Electrifier
« Reply #15 on: October 15, 2010, 17:36:13 pm »
very nice! i should order my components and get this done, keep us updated on how it feels, if his thing works like he says then it can make us all healthier!