Using your PEMF device

Assembling your PEMF device is a matter of plugging the electromagnet coils into the headphone jack of your MP3 player. Download the MP3 files from this site, and put them into your MP3 player. When you play one of the MP3 files, make sure you have the repeat one song mode enabled. On some platforms, this may look as follows:

repeat

The repeat mode is usually a circle icon with an arrow, like the one pictured above. Sometimes when you click this icon, it highlights, and that means repeat the current album or playlist indefinitely. You then need to click it again, and often a “1” shows up on the icon, and this means repeat a single song continuously.

Now play the MP3 file. To test if the repeat one song mode is really working, replace the coils with a headphone or plug your player into a set of computer speakers. Choose one of the files from The Single Frequency Series, as these files are only one minute in duration. See if when you play one of these files, it plays for longer than one minute, and it continues to play the same file continuously, instead of playing the next file.

With the Alleva-Wave/SomaPulse coil, you want the smooth side of the coil to face your body. You can use an Ace bandage to adhere the coils to your body, say if you had some muscular pain from which you wanted relief. If you are sitting down on a couch, you can place the coils behind your sacrum. If you are lying down in bed, you can either place both coils under your pillow, or perhaps put one coil under your pillow, and the other under the small of your back.

When you use the device, if you feel the strength of the magnetic field is too strong, that is, instead of feeling relaxing and soothing, you feel agitated, you can lower the volume on your player to lower the intensity. You can also play with moving the coils further away from your body, say by putting them under a towel or pillow.

One useful tool to have in this age of electrosmog pollution is a Gauss meter or a Trifield meter to measure the strength of a magnetic field. If you have one of these meters, you can test the strength of the magnetic field. I like the field’s strength less than 1 milligauss, so I keep my coils under my pillow. If you are not so sensitive, you might want to put the coils directly against your skin. The strength of the magnetic field at the surface of the coil is about 100 milligauss. The strength of the magnetic field drops to 1 milligauss at 3 to 4 inches away from the coil.

The Single Frequency Series

In the frequency files included in this series (see the table below) are files with single frequencies that are useful for pain relief, relaxation, and healing.

When you load these files into your MP3 player, the artist name will be Diypemf, the name of the album is “Single Frequencies”, and the names of the each MP3 is as follows:

7.83 Hz – this is the Schumann resonance frequencies, useful for pain relief and relaxation.

9.6 Hz – this is the earth frequency, useful for relaxation.

10 Hz – this is a particularly healing frequency. If you lookup this frequency in the Cross Reference List of CAFL Frequencies, you will find it useful for healing several ailments when used with Rife-like frequency technologies.

20 Hz – this is a particularly healing frequency. If you consult the CAFL cross-reference, you will find it useful for healing several ailments.

528 Hz – this is the DNA repair frequency.

When you play these files, remember to place your MP3 player into single song repeat mode.

There are three different kind of frequency files below, MP3,  Apple Lossless Audio Codec (ALAC), and Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC). For the Apple/iOS platform (iPhone/iPod/iPad), use the ALAC. For Android, use FLAC if your player supports it. Otherwise, choose MP3. The ALAC and FLAC archives are smaller and compress better than the MP3 archives, and they also have zero loss or distortion of the signal.

Description Link
MP3 Lossy (.mp3) Download (2.3Mb)
Apple Lossless ALAC (.m4a) Download (89Kb)
Free Lossless FLAC (.flac) Download (114Kb)

[May 27, 2014 Update] I’ve updated the album name to “Single Frequencies”.

[May 30, 2014 Update] I’ve added ALAC and FLAC support.

The Brain Wave Series

In the frequency files included in this series (see the table below) are files with frequencies that your brain creates at different stages of sleep and consciousness. These frequencies put you to sleep, put you into a relaxed awake state, or keep you alert.

When you load these files into your MP3 player, the artist name will be Diypemf, the name of the album is Brain Waves, and the names of the each MP3 is as follows:

Beta 14-20hz – these are the frequencies the brain generates when in an alert state. These frequencies will be healing and will entrain your brain to operate in these frequencies.

Alpha 8-14hz – these are the frequencies the brain generates when in an awake relaxed state.

Theta 4-8hz – these are the frequencies the brain generates when in a light sleep state. Use this if you want to fall asleep.

Delta 0.5-3.9hz – these are the frequencies the brain generates when in a deep sleep state. Use this if you want to fall asleep and go into the deepest state of sleep. This is useful for a person who is sleep deprived.

When you play these files, remember to place your MP3 player into single song repeat mode.

Description Link
MP3 Lossy (.mp3) Download (28Mb)
Apple Lossless ALAC (.m4a) Download (369Kb)
Free Lossless FLAC (.flac) Download (1.6Mb)

[May 30, 2014 Update] I’ve added ALAC and FLAC support.

The Earth Resonance Series

In the frequency files included in this series (see the table below) are files with frequencies naturally found on the Earth – the Schumann resonance, some harmonics of the Schumann resonance, and an earth resonance frequency.

When you load these files into your MP3 player, the artist name will be Diypemf, the name of the album is Earth, and the names of the each MP3 is as follows:

Schumann 7.64-8hz – this sweep of frequencies centers around the Schumann resonance frequency of 7.83 Hz. The length in time of this file is about 18 minutes. This sweep is useful for relaxation, and may put you to sleep.

Schumann 1st 13.3-14.8hz – this sweep of frequencies centers around the 1st harmonic of the Schumann resonance. This will also be relaxing, but you will be kept in an alert state.

Schumann 2nd 20-20.5hz – this sweep of frequencies centers around the 2nd harmonic of the Schumann resonance. This is a healing set of frequencies, and you will be kept in an alert state.

Earth Resonance 9.1-10hz – this sweep of frequencies centers around the frequency the earth itself generates. This is a very healing set of frequencies, and may or may not put you to sleep.

When you play these files, remember to place your MP3 player into single song repeat mode.

Description Link
MP3 Lossy (.mp3) Download (24Mb)
Apple Lossless ALAC (.m4a) Download (316Kb)
Free Lossless FLAC (.flac) Download (1.2Mb)

[May 30, 2014 Update] I’ve added ALAC and FLAC support.

A Simple PEMF Device

This first post is going to start with how to build a simple PEMF device. No introduction on why you would want to do this, or the benefits of the device, that will come later, or you can search the web for this information. The device is simple – you need an MP3 player, an electromagnet, and some MP3 files that contain a signal that will generate a healing and beneficial pulsed electromagnetic field from the electromagnets.

For this first implementation, I recommend getting these magnets:alleva

These magnets are found on the internet for between $20 to $30 US dollars, and go by the name Alleva-Wave Replacement coils or SomaPulse Replacement coils (See note below dated Aug 12, 2015). They have a plug you can put into a headphone jack of an MP3 player. I found some on Ebay that were $23 USD including shipping.

Ideally you already have a device that can play MP3 files. This could be a dedicated MP3 player, a computer, tablet, or phone. If you have none of these, you can take the MP3 files and burn them to an audio CD.

Whatever MP3 player you have, there are 2 important features that are necessary. The first is the ability to plug it into your wall power while playing, as you will want to use this device for long periods of time, and this will drain batteries. The other feature the player needs to support is repeating a song over and over, a single song repeat mode.

Download the MP3s that are in later posts, load them to your MP3 player, put the player into repeat mode, plug the coils into the headphone jack of your MP3 player and play. For these particular coils, its best to have the smooth side of the coil facing your body.  The next posts describes the various set of MP3 files that are useful for better sleep, pain relief, and improved circulation.

The Downloads are offered in three different audio file formats. For Apple and iOS products (iPod, iPhone, iPad), choose Apple Lossless (ALAC). For open source music players, like Android 3.1+ and Rockbox, or commercial players like RIM Blackberry, Cowon, Creative Zen, HiFiMAN, Sansa Clip family, TrekStor, iRiver, Archos, and Latte, choose Free Lossless (FLAC). If your music player cannot handle the other lossless formats, choose MP3, which is a lossy format. The ALAC and FLAC formats will offer no distortion and smaller download size, while the MP3 files are distorted because of the lossy compression.

[Aug 21, 2015 Update] The Alleva-wave and Somapulse products have been taken off the market by their parent company, Micro-Pulse LLC, and are now marketed under the Micro-Pulse label. To buy these coils, go the Micro-Pulse website and buy the replacement coils for the Micro-Pulse product.