How do Violet Wands Work?

 

                No Fun-- a transformer but not a violet wand transformer                   

The violet wand is basically an electrical transformer.  It has been called a generator, but generators ‘generate’ electricity, and violet wands do not make electricity, nor use a generator coil.  Fortunately for us, they do transform electricity with a magneto coil.  Normal, ordinary household electricity is hazardous  when it comes direct from the wall socket.  Thus transformers exist to change the output into levels of electricity that we need to use.  The Violet Wand acts as a transformer in a similar way that other tranformers do, adjusting the level of household current, and making it into the desired end electrical current.

 

The transformer at left does the same thing, but it doesn’t do what we want!  It does however, make household electrical current safe for your sensitive electronics.

 

The violet wand “transforms” high voltage household current by a several-stage process.  The first part of a violet wand is a magnetic resonator coil.  A magnetic resonator coil consists of a bundle of iron rods wrapped with hundreds of turns of fine copper wire.  Electricity enters this tightly wound electrical coil and builds up.  It continues to build as it passes back and forth between two vibrating magnetic contacts.  The vibrating contacts are what you hear with the familar ‘buzzing’ sound of a violet wand.

 

The second part of the violet wand transformer is a capacitor.  The capacitor is what you might know as a ‘core’, but they are functional capacitors.  They can be made of different materials.  The dreaded wax core you’ve heard about runs only 10 minutes and then needs a cool-down, or you damage it.  So be sure you are getting a violet wand that has a LONG RUNNING capacitor.   Violet rays all have wax core capacitors.  Industrial leak detectors (that are sometimes sold as violet wands because they look the same on the outside), also have 10 minute capacitors.   

 

Next up:  getting the electricity to the business end.  Click through the numbers below to read the rest of the article.

  Voila!  The Violet Wand

Once the electricity has built up, it then passes into another electrical coil inside the wand that further modifies the electrical output.  This type of coil combination is often known familiarly as a Tesla coil (even though its not a true Tesla coil.) Fortunately for us, this coil combination turns dangerous household electrical current into a very low watt, extremely low amperage, and high frequency, safer, charge coming out the other end of the violetwand transformer that we can put quite happily to our devious intent.

 

Electricity enters a violetwand at 120v and 60 hz..  After it is transformed, it exits the wand at up to +/-45kv, 500khz, and less than 1 milliamp.  This amperage and voltage output is more like static electricity.  And because a violet wand output is in the upper ranges of static electricity, that’s what most people say it feels like.  You get a stream of sparks coming from the violet wand that feel like and are similar to, a stream of static electricity.

 

Just transforming the current into a different output is no fun by itself.  And so a violet wand accepts electrodes and accessories that give a wide range of sensations and effects that are fantastic to play with.   Each electrode and accessory can have a different feeling and sensation.  Just like you want to be sure to get an actual violet wand instead of a similar related device, be sure to get actual violet wand electrodes, as they are manufactured out of an extra-strong medical grade glass specifically for kinkuse. 
 

And Voila!  The Violet Wand

 
 
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