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New 6” Plasma Ball 07-31-21

Highlights:

* Dual Channel MPC (Micro Processor Controlled) Plasma Ball * Carrier Wave Frequency Response is 1 Hz to 50 KHz * Gating Wave Frequency Range from .01 hertz to 1/3rd of Carrier Wave setting * Royal Raymond Rife Electric Field type Delivery Device * Check Order Page for pricing, availability, delivery status, and Order Policy Agreement.

Description:

The Plasma Ball is an Electric Field delivery device similar to most plasma tubes or plasma bulbs.  It works in 1 of 2 modes which are Carrier Wave direct modulation or Gated Carrier mode.  Direct modulation is where the plasma is generated at whatever frequency the function generator is set to.  The Plasma Ball was designed to work with the New Aurorasky 4 Channel Generator. The Plasma Ball is 100% compatible with the GenX and Spooky2 generators from  Spooky. It also will work with any function generator capable of generating a 5 volt square wave output.  This would include all the FeelTech family of function generators.  Although the Plasma Ball Carrier Frequency will go as low as 1 hertz,  a 2nd Gating Channel is employed to provided a much more powerful output by gating a high frequency carrier wave at any low frequency desired.  For example; modulating a 28000 hertz carrier wave at Schumann Resonance of 7.83 via the Gating Channel will yield a delivery strength an order of magnitude stronger than just running a carrier wave of 7.83 hertz.  The typical Electric Field delivery distance is 3 feet from the Plasma Ball.  The strength of the field is subject to the ‘Square of The Distance’ law.  Said more clearly, the Electric Field diminishes the same way a non-focused flash light diminishes over distance.  Depending on the Frequency of the carrier wave, the field can easily reach out 10 feet from the Plasma Ball and be measured with a TriField Model 100XE meter.  However it will be extremely weak. On the other hand when the measuring at extremely close range, less than a few inches, the field can exceed over 1000 volts per meter.

There are two toggle switches on the Plasma ball.  The left toggle switch turns on the internal MPC free running carrier frequency when in the down position. This frequency is 28000 hertz and can be optionally changed to a user selected frequency if requested at order time.  This position is used when Gating is to be used as the primary modulation technique for running the Plasma Ball.  In the up position the carrier frequency is received from a frequency generator.  In many cases this will be channel 1 of the ‘Aurorasky 4 Channel Generator’ or the Red labeled channel on a Spooky2.  Next to the left toggle switch is a RED phone plug which is used to connect to your carrier wave source.  A cable will run from this phono plug to the source generator being used.

The second toggle switch is on the right of the Plasma Ball is simply used as an on/off switch to power the microprocessing unit inside the Plasma Ball.  This Plasma Ball comes with two identical power supplies. There are two power connectors on the side of the Plasma Ball.  One power supply powers the computer board while the other powers the Plasma Ball.  This was necessary because the Electric Field generated by the plasma is far too strong  and overwhelms the computer board with the generated Electric Field energy.  It is necessary to isolate the two circuits in the Plasma Ball housing with a separate power supply for each circuit.  Because they are identical supplies it does not matter which supply is connected to the power input jacks.  An extension cord is provide with every Plasma Ball so the two power supplies can be plugged into a single AC outlet.  It is suggested the videos be view for connectivity and operation.

A second RCA Black Phono Jack is provided for the Gating input frequency. Because this is a gating input only it simply needs to be disconnected if gating is not employed.  When using the Aurorasky 4 Channel Generator a second channel can be use for gating and can be easily easily set to turn gating on and off in mixed frequency type protocols.  When protocols have both a mixed of gating and non gating frequencies, to disable the gating channel a 5 volt level needs to be applied from the generator to turn gating off.  This can be accomplished by setting the gating duty cycle to 100%.  Again, the Aurorasky 4 Channel Generator easily accommodates this programming requirement.  The Spooky products can only be set to a maximum of 99.9% which can be over ridden by simply unplugging the gating cable.  Using 99.9% will work however there will be a .1% gating signal imposed on the main channel’s frequency.

Download and Review the “Basic Plasma Ball Operation.PDF” for more information.

Settings:

Wave Type:

The source Wave type should always be a square wave.  There is nothing stopping you from experimenting, but the Plasma Ball is edge trigger and a square works best.

Frequencies:

The frequency range for a frequency modulated wave pattern follows what was stated above.  1  to 50 Khz is your range limit.  The power delivered by the electric field follows the ‘Square of the Distance’ rule and is something you may intentionally want to control by distance. Meaning, if you want a weaker field move the Plasma Ball farther away.  It has been found that the Plasma Ball can be driven higher than 50 KHz however from Plasma Ball to Plasma Ball there is a variation on how it responds.  This is do to poor quality control by the Plasma Ball makers with reqards to how much gas is placed inside the glass sphere.  Additionally there is a high voltage transformer that has a varying degree of performance characteristics when running higher than 50 KHz.

Duty Cycle

Unlike all previous Plasma Ball units there is no Duty Cycle Requirement. The microprocessor decides what the duty cycle should be for any frequency being applied to channel 1.  The Gating Duty Cycle can be anything the user decides.  Typically 50% is used.  However you can change the strength of the plasma pulses by simply making the Gating Duty Cycle longer or shorter in accordance with your preference.

Voltage Amplitude:

The best voltage amplitudes for either of the Plasma Ball inputs is between 5 to 10 volts.  However the absolute outer limits are 3 to 20 volts.  Most generators will not dial out more than 20 volts.  Do not feed a Spooky Boost signal into the Plasma Ball because the Boost signal can be as high as 40 volts.

Offest:

Alway run using a 100% positive offset for both the carrier and gating frequencies.  The ‘Aurorasky 4 Channel Generator’ only delivers 100% positive offsets.

Phase:

Phase is presently ignored by the microprocessor.  However when multiple Plasma Balls are being employed phase control can be turned over to the signal generating source.

Conclusion:

Evaluating the Plasma Ball without the software can be very educational.  You can change values on the fly for a given frequency and watch the effect in the plasma streams or Birkeland Currents.  A general rule of thumb is the more energetic looking the Birkeland Currents are the more powerful the Electric Field is. The Spooky2 and FeelTech generators are excellent generators to explore realtime and manual frequency changes.        Respectfully,  Steve

CLICK ON PICTURES BELOW

Plasma Ball

Plasma Ball

Plasma Ball 4

Plasma Ball 4

Ball Controls

Ball Controls

Example #1 A

Example #1 A

Example #1 B

Example #1 B

Example #1 C

Example #1 C

Example 1 Mount

Example 1 Mount

Example #2 A

Example #2 A

Exampel #2 B

Exampel #2 B

Example 2 Mount

Example 2 Mount

Optional Removed Components

Optional Removed Components

Unsoldered Components

Unsoldered Components

LGT8F328P-SSOP20

LGT8F328P-SSOP20

Populated Board

Populated Board

Universal Board

Universal Board

Euro Adapter

Euro Adapter

Videos Forthcoming

Plasma Ball Basics

Plasma connection to 4 Channel Generator

 

Links & PDFs

Basic Plasma Ball Operation

Universal MPU Plasma Ball Circuit Description

MPU (Micro Processing Unit) LGT8F328PSSOP20

MPU Plasma Ball Circuit Schematic 2.1

MPU Plasma Ball Circuit PCB version 1.05

 

Last Updated 07-29-21 by author gsk