Constant current control: The Diamond Shield Zapper has an automated adjustment of the current flow
In other words, for non-technical people:
All zappers on the market measure the voltage at which the application runs in volts.
The problem here is that the voltage strongly depends on the skin resistance, i.e. on the individual moisture and conductivity of each person's skin and on the humidification of the electrodes!
Usually, after a few minutes the electrodes and hands either became dry or start sweating. The difference between the beginning and during the course of application is not insignificant. It can be several volts! The voltage initially set as ideal is not maintained. You start with 8 volts not realizing that after a few minutes only 3 volts or less are flowing through... If you work with low intensities, for example in the range of 1.5 volts or less, it could happen that after a few minutes there is no measurable current at all!
And here comes the sensation: With the Diamond Shield IE EMS the current flow is set in amperes instead of volts.
So if you set e.g. 30 milliamperes, this current flow is maintained constantly, regardless of whether the skin or electrodes become dry or dampish. You can even observe on the display how the voltage changes (automatic adjustment) while the current flow (ampere display) remains constant.
This ensures that the application is successful.
This is a revolution in zapper technology!
The Diamond Shield Zapper is able to wobble
Many users not only want to control single frequencies, but have the option to cover whole ranges.
Especially when using the Clark frequencies, it can be very important to cover a whole frequency range. Last but not least, the application of harmonic waves according to Baklayan captures entire planes and meridians, and it is essential that the zapper can do this.