If you are looking to buy a Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator replica, you must have noticed there are different replicas offered for sale on the internet. Some of them are well built, and some have little in common with the device originally produced by the Laboratories C.O.L.Y.S.A. Several still functional original MWO devices were discovered in Italy and through the efforts of two curious engineers Bruno Sacco and Tony Kerselaers, those devices were meticulously analysed and reverse engineered.
They published their findings in the e-book “The Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator Secrets Revealed” (visit: http://users.skynet.be/Lakhovsky/Secrets%20Revealed.htm).
To help you choose wisely, we have prepared a checklist of nine essential features you should look for in a replica:
- Is the main resonant frequency of the high voltage resonators (coils) and their relationships in the same frequency range as the historical devices produced by Laboratories C.O.L.Y.S.A.? The high voltage resonator coils should be made in such way to prevent the formation of electrical corona and the consequent damage to the wire insulation. All of the high voltage cables should be heavily insulated (in the modernised version it is replaced with the coaxial cable with its shielding grounded for safety reasons).
- Are the split ring resonators made from metallic pipes suspended in space to shape and direct the signal radiation lobe towards the opposite resonator/antenna? Although planar antennas would work to some extent, their behaviour is different than the tube split-ring resonators. The antennas should be able to be easily rotated into upper or lower vertical position.
- Are the transmitted signal and the reflected signal reversed in phase 180° in order to cancel each other between resonators/antennas? It is crucial for the transmitted and the reflected signals to cancel each other thus forming the point of high scalar potential. This seems to be one of the fundamental principles of how the Multiwave Oscillators work. If the transmitted and the reflected waves would not cancel each other, the effects of the device would be significantly different from the original MWO.
- Is the output voltage potential adjustable and can the input parameters of the device (input voltage, input current) be monitored? The operator of the device should be able to set the desired operating conditions and monitor the input parameters.
- Is the pulse rate of the spark gap discharge precisely adjustable and repeatable? The operator should be able to precisely and set the pulse rate while monitoring the spark gap operation through a UV protected control window. Tungsten electrodes should be reliably held and easily replaceable.
- Is the cabling done right? The quality of grounding and the length of cables determine the shape of the signal envelope, which appears to be a crucial factor in the proper operation of the device.
- Is the device enclosure made from metal and electrically grounded? In order to reduce strong radio-frequency interference emitted by the spark gap and to provide safety from any possible electrical shock to the operator, the device should be inside the electrically grounded metallic enclosure.
- Are the key components robust enough? All of the key components should be adequately robust and capable to withstand any possible electrical extremes and to operate reliably for many years.
- What accessories are included with the replica? Historically, Multiwave Oscillators were equipped with capacitively coupled foot plate and hand-held spiral applicators.
Hopefully this checklist will assist you in choosing a Multiple Wave Oscillator replica.