Using a high frequency machine to hack a light bulb to a plasma globe used for wireless power transmission. This unit lights up over 5 bulbs and only requires 6 watts of power consumption. The device used is called a galvanic 2 in one high frequency facial machine. The 2 in one units retail for $160 but the high frequency alone cost under $30. The replacement of the device's glass electrode with a solid steel object allows for optimal power delivery. I discovered this while removing an electrode as the unit was still fully powered up. A large arc delivered a painful zap to the tip of my finger. I will be doing advanced testing with an array of these devices to see if it is possible to electrify a room with safe wireless energy. Note: electronic devices are dramatically affected by the charged atmosphere.
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This is a high frequency galvanic combo machine used for skin rejuvenation. The High Frequency side can be used for creating low amp high voltage arcs. Micro-current treatment. Electrotherapy. High-frequency treatment High-frequency treatment uses low-current high-frequency alternating currents, delivered via a glass electrode. Because the high frequency current converts some of the oxygen in the air into ozone, the treatment has a germicidal action, and is also drying and warming. Consequently the treatment is used to aid healing, and also to help desquamation (the skin's natural exfoliation), and simulate sweat and sebaceous glands. At up to 250,000 Hz frequency, the hollow glass electrode behaves like a glow discharge tube, and is sometime called a "violet ray" or "violent wand", (though the colour depends on the gas in the glass). Two electrodes are not required, and sparking may occur when the electrode is close to the skin.
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