THE LITTLE SEMI THAT COULD
Does the MagnaWave Semi have battery capacity or current? This question came from an individual that was under the impression that the FEI did not allow for devices that require plug-ins. The new regulations, which were released by FEI January 1st of this year, don’t address whether devices can be plugged in or not. The MagnaWave Semi can be plugged in or connected to a certain type of battery using an attachment.
There are many devices the FEI talked about on the low power range that are certainly plug-in devices. There are laser devices, cooling machines, and many different devices that FEI does allow that are plug-in devices.
DO YOU HAVE A LETTER OF VERIFICATION FROM THE FEI THAT THE MAGNAWAVE SEMI CAN BE USED?
Mr. Ziemer inquired to the FEI about their regulations. What he received were the regulations stating “if your equipment meets these specifications.” On page 51 of the FEI Veterinary Regulations, Chapter VI, Article 1064, #5 the regulations state:
- The use of PEMF machines is only permitted if their electromagnetic field is below 0.1 Tesla (1000 Gauss).
CAN THE MAGNAWAVE SEMI OPERATE OFF OF A BATTERY PACK?
Yes, the MagnaWave Semi can run on a motorcycle-type battery using a little apparatus that is easily connected. That will power the MagnaWave Semi for hours.
WHAT CAN I USE TO PLUG INTO A VEHICLE AND OPERATE THE MAGNAWAVE SEMI?
A 200–300 Watt inverter is the device (attachment) that you would plug into your car-type battery connection. No matter which inverter you purchase, be sure that it is a pure sine wave. A sine wave is a form of a wave that’s clean, smooth, and produces the electrical energy that is necessary for your machine.
A device that is not a pure sine wave, in some cases, may:
- Cause the machine not to operate properly
- Damage the machine
We highly recommend a pure sine wave converter. The inverter packaging should state pure sine wave on the box. That’s what you want to use with MagnaWave equipment when you’re powering it with an inverter.