Earth’s electromagnetic field surrounds and protects all living things with a natural frequency pulsation of 7.83 hertz on average. This frequency is known as the “Schumann resonance,” named after physicist Dr. Winfried Otto Schumann, who predicted it mathematically in 1952. The Schumann resonance was first measured by Schumann and Konig in 1954.
The current source is a CR2025. The battery can be installed easily, by pressing the bolt of the tray with your fingernail and sliding it to the outside. Place the battery in the tray with the positive part (+) pointed to the back of the device and push back the tray till it clicks.
eVibe consumes little energy so that the battery can be used for more than six months.
On the front right side of the device there is a red LED indicator that blinks at an interval of approximately ten seconds. The LED is there just to show that the device is working and the battery is charged. On startup, the LED blinks three times, after which the device enters normal operation. The LED will ash every ten seconds. As long as the battery has a satisfactory energy level, the LED will ash intermittently.
When the energy level drops to a point when you should replace the battery, the LED will light up twice every ten seconds. After that you have plenty of time to replace the battery. If you do not replace the battery when it reaches a critical point, the device may stop working. When this happens, the LED will light up three times every ten seconds. From then on, the device can stop at any moment, therefore you must replace the battery as soon as possible.
Continuous exposure to the compounding set of EMF radiation that surrounds us may seriously a ect our health and everyday living. Sources of such EMF radiation include cell & smart phones, computers, laptops & tablets, microwave oven, television, household appliances, Wi-Fi routers, bluetooth & wireless systems, power lines, cell towers & antennas, etc.