In order to measure how far the magnetic field extended from the device, we used a magnetometer. Specifically, we used a Nikken magnetometer (see photo). This magnetometer isn’t calibrated so it doesn’t show gauss (a unit of magnetic induction). However, it does show the relative intensity at different distances and power settings visually.
We tested the A2000 device with the spiral coil Mat applicator. Here is what we found:
At a mid-power setting, the magnetic field extends approximately 2.5 feet in all directions from the center of the Mat and approximately 5 feet at the full power setting. This eliminates the need for a full-body Mat.
From all 4 sides of the Mat applicator, the magnetometer measured PEMF from 2.5’ away.
So if you apply the Mat to the center core of your body, front or back, the magnetic field will be focused on your core vital systems and will still extend well over the top of your head and well past your feet depending on the power setting.
Of course the power of the pulse decreases with distance from the applicators.
Part of what makes the Pulsed Harmonix A2000 an incredible value is the power it generates for such a compact device. The magnetometer photo and measurements above show how that power helps the PEMF penetrate through the body.
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