Braxton's quickie for the day...
Yesterday’s quickie apparently surprised some readers with the implication that a bipolar electrode can be connected to more than one channel on the power box. Maybe it’s time to clear up a few fundamentals regarding configurations.
The power box lead wire constitutes a circuit, which hopefully includes a segment of your body, otherwise you are not stimming. Your circuit requires two poles. Just think of these two poles as points where the current contacts your body. If we discuss only sticky pads, you plop two pads on your body, connect the lead wire, and you’re in business!
If we expand the discussion to a bipolar electrode, we have two scenarios to discuss. The simple case is where the same lead wire is used to fulfill both poles. The more interesting case, which I touched upon yesterday, is where you employ TWO lead wires, which implies you will need FOUR poles in your configuration. Guess what? Any combination that utilizes all of the poles is a valid stimming configuration.
We could go further, but the combinations quickly get mind-boggling. I will leave you with an intriguing possibility. Our CurrentTriPole Stimulator has THREE poles, and it works equally well as a vaginal or anal electrode. You could have a field day with all of the possible configurations!
Find out more about the ebook at: http://www.braxtonhigby.com/
Check out our e-stim kits and electrodes at http://anna-braxtons-store.myshopify.com/