Intelligent Plasma Ball - “Telligent”
* Fabrication Cost $179 * Frequency Response 1 Hz to 50 KHz * Can Run on Batteries * Royal Raymond Rife Electric Field type Delivery Device * Prototype developed and working * PCB out for printing * Expected Deliveries July 31st.
New 6” Turn-Key Plasma Ball with a 2 channel built in MPU base Square Wave Generator. The unit is capable of running in “Stand Alone” mode or under the control of an intelligent function generator like the Spooky series or a combination of both. The unit is capable of storing up to 50 frequency and duty-cycle pairs. The group pairs can be run in “Simple”, “Protocol”, or “Sweep” modes. The unit has a 1” liquid crystal display interface used as a communication interface between a human user and the MPU (Microprocessor Unit). The Plasma Ball will run off a 12 volt lithium ion battery for completely standalone and portable operation. No complex presets required because each channel runs independent frequencies and duty cycles on an individual frequency basis and NOT a program basis like some other systems. The unit has built in timers for frequency, protocol, and program control.
Because of an open source policy, hardware schematics and MPU source code is posted as downloadable links on this website page. No license or registration is required which allows free duplication of the project for whatever purpose the user desires. However the author of this project, G. Steven Kempe, is not responsible for any misuse, abuse, or failures by anyone or party that duplicates this project for personal or business use.
Presently, PCBs are out for printing and are expected to arrive back at this research facility within one week. Because the 12 volt circuit will run Plasma Balls up to 12” in size, it is expected populated circuit boards will be made available as well as complete turnkey units. Expected populated circuit board price is expected to be around $89.
The information on this website page is under construction and is open to suggested improvements and user contributions in the way of Videos, PDS, and Frequency Protocols. A special link page will be added for frequency protocols that are not hoax protocols and that are a potential contribute to the betterment of all life forms on this planet.
A note about the software: The software program was developed using the Arduino IDE. The Plasma Ball software is presently at level 10.1 and is expected to continually undergo improvements. Please understand this if making a purchase. Users not capable of installing new software will be able to have their units upgraded to the latest and greatest, free of service charges, for a period of 6 months. However shipping charges both to and from this research facilities are at the user’s expense.
No orders will be taken until August 1st. However, requested placement in the buyers queue starts with the placement of this website page. Units will be available on a first request, first served basis and to the limits of production capabilities and resources.
Be well and respectfully,
Simple Mode: A mode of operation where anyone of the “Memory Groups” is selected through the onboard Plasma Ball controls and run for the duration of the clock settings which also are user adjustable. A “Memory” Group” consist of two Frequency and Duty Cycle pairs, one pair for each channel. The Frequencies and Duty Cycles are also user adjustable and can be stored indefinitely or changed within the Arduino EEPROM (Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory). Watch the tutorial videos when they become available.
Protocol Mode: A mode of operation where any two “Memory Groups” are selected through the onboard Plasma Ball controls. Since there can be as many as 50 “Memory Groups” setup in the Arduino MPU, the protocol function will run consecutive Frequency and Duty Cycle pairs. For example, if a pair was placed in position 5 of the EEPROM that was part of the protocol and pair was placed in position 10 of the EEPROM, every pair between and including pair 5 and 10 would be consecutively run for a define time in accordance with a user program Frequency Timer. It should be obvious that the user would define the Frequency and Duty Cycle pairs in accordance to a desired group of the frequencies they would like to run together and automatically. Watch the tutorial videos when they become available.
Sweep Mode: A mode of operation where any two “Memory Groups” are selected and a sweep of Frequencies and Duty Cycle are automatically generated. The generated Frequencies will range between the starting pair and stop at the ending pair. The number of frequencies generated, are a function of the user definable Frequency and Program Timers. Watch the tutorial videos when they become available.
Intelligent Function Generators like the Spooky:
Using an intelligent programmable function generator like the Spooky can still be done, much like it was done with the older 6” plasma shown on this website on the ‘6” Plasma Ball’ page. However there are some significant improvements. The first is that the Arduino now monitors the plasma trigger source MOSFET through an attach thermistor. This thermistor is much more accurate and insures the MOSFET doesn’t get too hot when compared to the old mechanical temperature sensing switch. The other advantage is that all the protocols developed for the Spooky can be used in conjunction with the programmable “Memory Groups” provided by the Arduino employed with this new Plasma Ball. This will make it much easier to run protocols from the Spooky that were far too complex to run with the older style Plasma Ball because of the complex PRESETS that where needed. Watch the tutorial videos when they become available.
Lithium Battery Power Source:
Because the basic function generator is provided inside the Plasma Ball, a single source of power can be used for powering the Plasma Ball and function generator. With today lithium batteries and depending on what size battery is used, the new Plasma Ball can be provided with power and run portable for days before needing to be recharged. Of course a standard 120 or 220 volt to 12 volt DC wall module can still be used for an endless runtime experience. Watch the tutorial videos when they become available.