Personal Grounding Devices and Kits Instructions

(This is a work in progress, thank you for your patience. Sincerely, 2Ground)
Congratulations on purchasing your personal Voltage Discharge Device and/or Box. With proper care, these products will provide years of service.
Here's a little video one of the guys put together which has a lot of great info on haw to test a receptacle, how to use a Personal Grounding Device and how to use a Ground Distribution Box:



Please read and understand all operating instructions first before using.

Please note that the wire and connector colors may vary depending on availability. This does not affect performance in any way whatsoever.

Introduction to sources of stray voltage.

Presently, there are many sources of stray voltages such as cell phones, cell phone towers, microwave devices, computers, power lines, electric motors, satellites and so on.

These all produce voltages which may have a cumulative and negative effect on your body.

Instructions for use:

Step 1) Check for correctly wired ground point on the receptacle to be used for connecting your Voltage Discharge Device by inserting the Receptacle Tester into the receptacle socket and ensuring that ONLY the two yellow lights are "ON". See Figure 1 below: 


Figure 1 - Receptacle Tester - Two YELLOW lights indicates OK to use. Any other combination indicates a possible wiring problem within the receptacle or house so DO NOT PROCEED! Please contact a qualified Electrician for support. 


If  a combination of lights other than ONLY the two yellow ones come on DO NOT PROCEED. Please contact a qualified Electrician for support. 

Step 2) Having established that a proper receptacle is available, you can now proceed to connect your device or box. There are various styles of Voltage Discharge Devices available and some are shown in the pictures below.

They all work the same, perform the same function and provide the same positive results. Please note that the wire and connector colors may vary depending on availability. This does not affect performance in any way whatsoever. See Figure 2 and Figure 3 below for a couple of examples:

Finger Ring Device
Figure 2 - Finger Ring Voltage Discharge Device


Figure 3 - Palm Cylinder Voltage Discharge Device


Plug the Voltage Discharge Device connector into the receptacle that tested OK and attach the other end to your finger or hold in your hand as shown in Figure 4 and Figure 5 below:


Figure 4 - Finger Ring Voltage Discharge Device being worn and cable plugged into receptacle


Figure 5 - Palm Cylinder Voltage Discharge Device being held and connector plugged into receptacle


When properly connected, it is safe to use the Personal Voltage Discharge Devices whenever, wherever and for as long as you like. For example, use while relaxing on the couch, sitting at a computer desk or sleeping in bed.

Instructions for Voltage Discharge Distribution Kit, example of one shown in Figure 6 below (Please note that the box, wire and connector colors may vary depending on availability. This does not affect performance in any way whatsoever): 


Figure 6 - Voltage Discharge Distribution Box


If you have purchased the Voltage Discharge Distribution Box (allows up to 3 people to use one Receptacle), proceed as follows:

Connect the Voltage Discharge Distribution Kit to a receptacle that is tested and confirmed that only two yellow lights come "ON" as in Step 1) above. 


Figure 7 - Distribution Box plugged into receptacle


Connect up to three (3) individual Voltage Discharge Devices into the ports provided on the Voltage Discharge Distribution Box. See Figure 8 below: 


Figure 8 - Three (3) separate Voltage Discharge Devices connected to one Voltage Discharge Distribution Box. All are grounded to one receptacle, saving receptacle space.


When properly connected, it is safe to use the Personal Voltage Discharge Devices whenever, wherever and for as long as you like.

Enjoy! 

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