Wavemaster "PRO" Controller is close to production status!

Hello readers, a quick update about the newest offering from 2Ground, the Wavemaster "PRO" Controller.

It should be ready for shipping by October 22/17.

As with most of the 2Ground Controllers, it can be used for Anti-Nano Buckets and PEMF Therapy. Seven (7) different waveforms for the discriminating user!

Waveform Specifications

  • Square Wave output from 1 to 60,000 Hertz (60kHz)
  • Sawtooth Wave output from 1 to 500 Hz 
  • Reverse Sawtooth Wave output from 1 to 500 Hertz
  • Triangle Wave output  from 1 to 500 Hertz
  • Sine Wave output (positive signal only) from 1 to 60,000 Hertz (60kHz)
  • ECG Wave output from 1 to 60,000 Hertz (60kHz)
  • Noise (Random) Wave output from 1 to 60,000 Hertz (60kHz)

Controller and Power Specifications:

  • Soft-touch tactile keypad waveform and frequency selection buttons
  • Side-mounted ON/OFF Power Switch
  • 60 Watt Power Supply for up to 5 amps DC output, depending on coil specifications
  • User selectable frequency steps of 1, 10, 100, 1000 and 10,000 Hz allows quick access to exact, desired frequency 
  • Dual outputs for using two coils at a time or one Anti-Nano Bucket
  • Easily adjust the output power on-the-fly from Minimum to Maximum of input power via the front mounted Potentiometer Dial Control
  • Schottkey Diode on outputs mitigates signal "ringing"
  • 2.1mm x 5.5mm DC Power Jack
  • Two color LED display for real time Voltage and Amps being delivered to the Coil(s)
  • 2 lines by 16 Character Backlit Blue LCD display
  • LED indicator blinks when pulse is sent to Coil(s)
  • RCA Plugs and Jacks for quick set up and storage

Some pictures...

  

  

  

 

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  • 2Ground Engineering says...

    The Wavemaster PRO is working fine.
    We are running a little behind working on current orders.
    The PRO will be another week or so.
    Thank you for your patience and understanding.

    October 22, 2017

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