Can Spooky2 Scalar be useful in wireless mode? Jeff did a quick test, which based on scalar theory suggested was possible. Please check the details below:
I removed the floating ground link cable and tested to see if I could still get the receiver box to show me that the power was flowing. Some would attribute this to true wireless transmission of power, some will still argue it — to each their own.
In any event, here are two pictures of both the coil tester being energized by the receiver coil without the link cable connected. The picture above shows the coil tester lights up. In the picture below, the LED on the receiver box is turned on, which robs the power to light up — hence the coil tester goes dark. Both of them prove Spooky2 Scalar can work in wireless mode.
Note: It is still better to run the Scalar system with the link cable attached. It makes it less sensitive to environmental factors and easier to tune.
Authored by Jeff Kaczor
3 thoughts on “Pure Wireless Mode of Spooky2 Scalar”
I posted on FB , thinking out of the box.
I removed the receiver, and link cable
from the usual normal set up. I rotated the S2S transmitter 180 degrees and aime the lid toward another room, where I spend a lot time. I tuned the Transmitter like in normal mode, and the LED on S2S transmitter went bright as I turned it counter clockwise and it looked like it was acting like in the normal set up. I raised the question, speculation thought that the Transmitter is sending, transmitting
Scalar waves. And it would please me if this were true, because I would use this for just the Scalar effect. Makes it easier, more portable to move around the house, or wherever. Thanks
Is placing a test coil on the receiver coil another additional method of testing the tuning, apart from the receiver light?
Yes, you can. But it is not accurate than method 1 so we strongly recommend you use method 1.