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1. What Mode should I use—Regular or Fast?
2. The Hand Paddle gets warm after one or two sessions. Is there a problem with my unit?
3. What is the difference between the North and South Polarity of the Hand Paddle?
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4. My Magnetic Pulser doesn’t make a metal washer jump like I have seen demonstrated. Is it not as powerful?
5. My Hand Paddle doesn't make a sound—a click—is there something wrong?
6. The sound of my Hand Paddle has changed. Is my unit losing power?
7. What is the best way to use the Magnetic Pulser with the other SOTA units?
8. Is it okay to use the Magnetic Pulser on animals?
9. I’ve heard electricity can be harmful. Why is the Magnetic Pulser beneficial?
10. Where is the Magnetic Pulser manufactured?

1. What Mode should I use—Regular or Fast?
Which Mode to use can depend on why you are using the Magnetic Pulser:

Use the Regular Mode for applications that require deeper penetration of the magnetic field. The higher Gauss output (6000 Gauss) of the Regular Mode means the intensity of the magnetic field is much greater and the field penetrates deeper (9”). The benefit of the Regular Mode is the strength of the field generated. The trade-off is it takes approximately 5-7 seconds for each pulse to be delivered.

Use the Fast Mode for applications that are closer to the surface of the body. The lower Gauss output (2500 Gauss) of the Fast Mode means the intensity of the magnetic field is not as strong, nor does the magnetic field penetrate as deeply (7”). The benefit of the Fast Mode is the pulses are delivered very quickly, approximately every second. The trade-off is the intensity of each pulse is less.

In summary Regular Mode = high Gauss every 5-7 seconds and Fast Mode = lower Gauss every second.
2. The Hand Paddle gets warm after one or two sessions. Is there a problem with my unit?
It is normal for the Hand Paddle to get warm. The coil encased in the Hand Paddle generates heat when the magnetic field is released.

If the temperature of the Hand Paddle feels uncomfortable, turn the unit off and allow it to cool before continuing. Another option is to place something between you and the Hand Paddle, like a single layer of towel or blanket, always ensuring there is proper airflow around the head of the paddle. The magnetic field penetrates 7-9 inches or 18-23 cm so it will penetrate the material.

A faster option – use an ice pack or two. Cool your paddle off by applying an ice pack to the paddle face (you can even apply two – one for each side of the paddle). We’ve tested this suggestion, and the face of the Hand Paddle is brought back to a comfortable temperature quickly and efficiently.
3. What is the difference between the North and South Polarity of the Hand Paddle?
The SOTA Magnetic Pulser is designed to emit a distinct North Pole and South Pole just as static magnets do. Most of the research with pulsed magnetic fields, however, has ignored polarity. Research on the properties and use of either North or South Polarity has come from the use of static magnets, not pulsed magnetic fields (PMF).

North Polarity, marked as Bio North (-) on the Magnetic Pulser, is known to have a more calming effect. In general, North Polarity is the more commonly used side for most applications. South Polarity, by contrast, is known to have a stimulating effect. Use of South Polarity is cautioned to ensure that unwanted stimulation does not occur.
4. My Magnetic Pulser doesn’t make a metal washer jump like I have seen demonstrated. Is it not as powerful?
The "flying washer" is not meant to test the strength (power) nor quality of the magnetic field. It was simply used to show the presence of a magnetic field, so any movement of a steel washer indicates a magnetic field is being generated.

Originally when Russ demonstrated the flying washer, he placed the steel washer in the center of an open coil. The center of an open coil is where the magnetic field is the most intense so the washer goes flying. Once the coil is encased in plastic, the washer does still jump but it does not fly as it does with an open coil.

Russ uses an F.W. Bell 5080 Tesla Meter to accurately measure the strength and quality of the magnetic field.

In the following video, Russ demonstrates how a steel washer responds to the SOTA Magnetic Pulser coil with both an open and encased coil. You’ll see how the washer responds while the coil is encased compared to when it is an open coil.


 
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5. My Hand Paddle doesn't make a sound—a click—is there something wrong?
Some Hand Paddles make a loud clicking sound when the magnetic pulse is released, while others are silent. The difference is due to the placement of the coil within the casing when it’s manufactured, so each Magnetic Pulser is unique. As long as the lights work and the beep sounds when the sound option is ON, your Magnetic Pulser is working properly.
6. The sound of my Hand Paddle has changed. Is my unit losing power?
It isn't unusual for the clicking noise in the Hand Paddle to either increase or decrease over time. With use, the magnetic coil in the Hand Paddle can shift—making the clicking sound decrease or in some cases increase. Changes in the sound of the paddle are completely normal and are not an indication the power or functioning of the unit is diminished.
7. What is the best way to use the Magnetic Pulser with the other SOTA units?
If looking to use the SOTA units together, begin with a single unit, gradually increasing the amount of time you use the unit day by day. All the while, you’re listening to your body, paying attention to how you’re feeling. If you are experiencing sluggishness, flu-like symptoms or other minor symptoms showing the body is moving itself towards wellness, reduce the time you are using the unit or depending on the experience take a break for a few days before resuming. The keys are tuning in to your body and consistency of effort. Listen to your body, respect what it’s telling you, and use the feedback. Make adjustments if you need to. The point is not to rush.

When's the best time to add in an additional SOTA unit(s)? Planning for "start dates" at least one day apart or more is a good idea. That said, many people can start all the units the same day, while others find it works best for them to begin with one unit, and gradually add in the additional units over time. Again, create a schedule that works for you and your lifestyle.

Each individual is unique. Some may be able to start them all immediately – and others may need to take a more gentle approach. Either way, it’s okay. This isn’t a “one-size fits all” situation. A Wellness Lifestyle is not a race - it’s a journey we choose for ourselves each day.
8. Is it okay to use the Magnetic Pulser on animals?
Yes. The Magnetic Pulser is a popular unit for use on pets because its easy-to-use Hand Paddle makes it simple to apply to any area. Remember the paddle will naturally heat up as pulsing continues… pets often like the warmth, but be careful not to let “warm” turn to “hot”.
9. I’ve heard electricity can be harmful. Why is the Magnetic Pulser beneficial?
There is a difference between harmful and beneficial electric current. Microcurrent, pulsed magnetic field and frequency units are designed to feed the body safe levels of electricity. The SOTA units are all designed to stimulate and work with the body’s natural electricity.

On the other hand, high voltage transformers and power lines delivering electricity to our homes to run our household appliances and the wireless technology used by cell phones can have harmful effects.

The SOTA units have all passed testing to gain CE certification. This is a European standard that indicates an electronic unit conforms to essential safety requirements to operate as a household consumer product.
10. Where is the Magnetic Pulser manufactured?
The manufacturing of the SOTA Products is a global collaboration. The following countries participate in the making of the Magnetic Pulser (listed in alphabetical order): Canada, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand and the USA. Our units say Made in China because China is the last step in the assembly of the units.

We are grateful that the people in all of these countries help us to produce quality products at reasonable prices for our customers.

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