While you use Spooky2, you may be uncertain whether your machine is working or not. Do not worry. After reading this blog, you will know how to check if your Spooky2 is doing its job.
With XM or GX, the screen will light up when working. If you want to make sure the generator is sending out frequencies, we recommend using a Remote to run a signal test. If the LED on your Remote is blinking normally, then the signal source is working. You can search “signal test” in the “Presets” tab to find the test preset (see screenshot below).
While using the Remote with different frequencies, you may notice the difference in its LEDs. The LEDs may blink, stay on, look dim, or even seem off. All of these can indicate proper functioning because frequency, waveform, and amplitude together control how the LEDs respond to the signal. Low amplitude can make the light dim or off, and when the frequency is high, the LED blinks too fast for your eyes to catch and appear to be on continuously. For more technical details, check this blog.
Connect your Remote with the Boost. If the Remote is working, then your Boost should be fine. Only when you connect PEMF to the Boost, the light will stay off.
Whether or not you can feel any sensations with the contact mode depends on the program. When the program is in high frequency or low voltage, you likely cannot feel anything. If you are unsure whether your contact mode is working, you can run the signal test. Most people will feel the electric current.
If you wish to check whether your plasma is working, you only need to connect it properly, load a program, and see whether the inside of the plasma tube will light up and blink. As long as the tube is on and blinking, it is working.
Hopefully, this blog has answered your questions about whether your Spooky2 is working or not. If you have more specific questions, you can always contact our support team via phone, email, or LiveChat.