OpenZapper is a is .NET Micro Framework application based on Netduino Plus 2 Platform
The purpose is to provide an easy and scalable way to make a zapper. ( Based on Dr Hulda Clark Zapper
- Demo Video available here:
This project contains 3 things:
-netduino c# source code.
-Eagle board project
-gcode file to perform a CNC milling of a PCB.
-Typon for you to make your PCB.
Plastic Box for 3D printer:
The plastic box is undergoing and will be available on tinkercad:
The Beta botom Box is available here:
The Beta Top Box is available here:
THOSE are still beta models and might need to be modified
Plastic Box V2 for 3D Printer
The models are on TInkercad here:
- The box is functional, and the USB cable can be plugged on the side of the device.
- The connectors screws are now accessible which mean that we no longer need to open the box to connect the power and rods cables.
- The fuse is hidden inside the box and no longer exits from it.
Here are some pictures :
Legal disclaimer :
This project is meant to be Powered by a 12V DC power supply.
DO NOT USE 110/220V power supply
DON'T USE 110/220V
power supply on this board as it will blow up the board and will be dangerous for yourself!
We do not prescribe, diagnose, or make any medical claim or advices.
The principles, assumptions or theories exposed here have no medical or scientific value officially recognized.
Please note that Dr Clark’s books or devices have not been evaluated by Health Canada (Canada) or Food and Drugs Administration (USA), and then, have not received any guarantee on their effectiveness or their safety.
Zappers can only be sold or used as experimental devices for educational research. They are not intended for use in the cure, treatment, prevention, diagnostic of any disease.
If illness is an issue, please consult a licensed health professional before attempting any self health program.
By using this materials without the approval of a licensed health professional, you are prescribing for yourself, as permitted by law, and you take full responsibility for the results.
These results may vary depending on individuals
Developed by Nicolas Rambaud based on the μLiquidCrystal
. Includes portions of code from implementation by Szymon Kobalczyk.