EAV and bioresonance terminology
Operation with rechargeable batteries (leakage currents and safety)
EAV (electroacupuncture according to Dr. Voll) and bioresonance devices from Holimed are COMPLETELY separated from the 110 V/240 V electrical current in buildings and are operated only by rechargeable batteries. They even use a glass fiber optic cable for the connection to the PC. This ensures that no electrical current interferes with the output signal of the device.
They use standard rechargeable batteries (format C cell) that are available at any well-stocked electrical appliances shop. To charge the batteries, they have to be removed from the device.
Thus, no interference from the electrical supply is possible.
When a device is connected to a 240 V electrical outlet, there is always the problem that isolation is never 100%. Dust, grease from your fingers, humidity, the limited insulation of electrical components (including relays), and so forth all cause a leakage current to earth in the ground-based power grid. In addition, high frequency pulses with peaks of up to 2,000 volts can be measured in the currently available standard electrical supply. And, today, computer networks with pulse rates in the megahertz range are operated on the electricity grid. When you consider these factors, a thorough insulation of EAV and bioresonance devices is obviously important. This applies to both the low and the high frequencies.
Because our EAV and bioresonance devices run on rechargeable batteries, these issues and potential interferences have no influence.