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Today I will cover the basics of power box controls, something every stimmer should know.
A power box is nothing more than a signal generator. It just so happens that the signal in question is packets of current to which our nerves respond. Here are the basic controls:
Intensity: The strength of the signal. When you raise the intensity, it’s the equivalent of turning up the volume.
Pulse width: The duration of the signal packet in micro-seconds. A micro-second is a millionth of a second. By experimenting with the pulse width, you will find that the signal can feel stronger, even at the same intensity.
Pulse rate: How many times per second the signal packet is generated. A low pulse rate is perceived as a throb. A high pulse rate is perceived as a tingle.
Mode: The manufacturer provides pre-programmed modifications to the power box’s basic signal. These are called modes. Because these modes vary across manufacturers, you will need to consult their manual to truly understand how each mode behaves. Two modes which are almost certain to be provided are Normal and Modulate. Normal is usually the pure signal with no modification. Some people complain about numbing with the Normal mode. The Modulate mode is designed to counteract the possibility of numbing.
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