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Curatron FLASH PEMF systems are an excellent choice for home use and for therapists.    

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FLASH technology in PEMF devices

Curatron PEMF FLASH impulse technology is basically similar to technology used for Flash Photography, however much more advanced because of the enormous amount of energy stored in addition to much higher voltage and then released into a PEMF coil.

Electronic flashes are a simple and inexpensive solution to generate a short burst of bright light when releasing the shutter of a photo camera.

A basic camera flash system used in a point-and-shoot camera has three major parts.

  • A battery power supply

  • A circuit with electronic components

  • A gas discharge tube producing the flash

Curatron PEMF FLASH technology video

A discharge tube is a tube filled with xenon gas with electrodes and a trigger plate.

A capacitor is a kind of accumulator able to hold electron energy charges for a limited time.

When switching on the flash function of a camera the electronic circuit inside the camera transforms the battery’s low voltage into a high voltage, which slowly charges a capacitor to a few hundred volts. Usually a high-pitch whine is heard caused by this process during the charging of the capacitor.  

The high voltage capacitor is connected to the electrodes on the flash tube at all times, but unless the xenon gas is ionized, the tube cannot conduct the current and the capacitor will only discharge when the trigger plate is activated.

Pressing the camera shutter closes an electronic switch to the trigger plate, releasing the stored energy from the high voltage capacitor suddenly into the discharge tube, ionizing the xenon gas inside and causing the atoms to emit the well-known high intensity light flash.

In a very similar way works the PEMF Curatron FLASH impulse device. A very high voltage capacitor is charged super fast between each pulse. 

Then within the fraction of a second the capacitor is discharged by a very high voltage & very high current solid state semiconductor switch, under precise computer control, into a PEMF coil.

This sudden discharge of the very high voltage capacitor causes a huge current to run in a fraction of a second through the coil creating a very high intensity electromagnetic impulse.

The lower the pulsing frequency, the higher the PEMF intensity will be, because the time it takes to charge the capacitor becomes longer between each pulse. The more time for charging the capacitor to a higher voltage between each pulse the higher the amount of energy stored in the capacitor and hence the more powerful the pulsing electromagnetic field will be when this energy is suddenly released into the coil. 

Almost all other manufacturers of very high intensity PEMF machines still use obsolete spark gap technology which has numerous technical problems. More about this on the next page.

Curatron PEMF FLASH sparks shown in chain

The following information applies to the PREMIUM-FLASH system only.

This table shows the program data and PEMF values for the large applicator coil reaching 4,000 Gauss.

When the Power Booster is activated Gauss intensity values are boosted by > 30%

up to 5,400 Gauss! 

This table shows the program data and PEMF values for the small 7" applicator pad. The values for the small PEMF coil are ~ 35% higher and reach 5,400 Gauss.

When the Power Booster is activated Gauss intensity values are boosted by > 30%

over 7,000 Gauss