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Quick links to our System Manuals, Technical Data and Audio Files.

All files are in PDF format, unless otherwise noted.

         


SYSTEM MANUALS and Technical Data- SPA5 Processor - Amplifier

Instruction Manual for the SPA5 v1.0 (07 October 2016)


SYSTEM MANUALS and Technical Data- SPA4 Processor - Amplifier

Technical Specifications sheet for the SPA4 v1.01 (Also applies to v2.00)

Instruction Manual for the SPA4 v2.00(Updated 4 August 2015)

Assembly Manual for the SPA4 v2.0 (Updated 4 August 2015)

Assembly Manual for the SPA4 v1.01 ( Revised 30 December 2014 )

Instruction Manual for the SPA4 v1.01 ( Revised 15 July 2014 )

Master connection diagram for the SPA4

Engineering Change Order 1 for the SPA4 v1.01 ( RF Feedback prevention - Urgent ECO. )

Engineering Change Order 2 for the SPA4 v1.01 ( Cooling fan modification - Mandatory ECO. )
Also applies to the PA2 and PA3.

 > > > ( Engineering Change Order 3 has been Replaced by ECO-5. ) < < <

Engineering Change Order 4 for the SPA4 ( Improves heat sink cooling - Recommended ECO. )
Also applies to the PA1, PA2, and PA3.

Engineering Change Order 5 for the SPA4 ( Improves gate drive to IRF730 & STW20NK50Z - Strongly recommended ECO. )
Also applies to the PA1, PA2, and PA3.

Engineering Change Order 6 & Installation Manual for the SPA4-RFR Upgrade kit
Combines ECO's 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5. Instructions for upgrading all SPA4 v1.00 & v1.01 amplifiers to v2.0


SYSTEM MANUALS and Technical Data- PA3 Amplifier

Technical Specifications sheet for the PA3

Instruction Manual for the PA3 v2.0

Assembly Manual for the SPA3 v2.0

Instruction Manual for the PA3 3.1 v1.00

Assembly Manual for the PA3 v1.00 3.1

Engineering Change Order 1 for the PA3 Amplifier (PA3 ECO-1)
Corrects circuit board layout error. (This is an optional ECO for the v1.00 only.)



SYSTEM MANUALS and Technical Data- PA2 Amplifier

Instruction manual for the PA2 v3.00 High Power amplifier

Assembly manual for the PA2 kit

Instruction manual for the PA2

Instruction Manual for the PA2 with the HS2 Heat Sink with Cooling Fan

Engineering Change Order 1 for PA2 (PA2 ECO-1)
Corrects the cause of unexpected MOSFET failures, (This is a MANDATORY ECO.)


SYSTEM MANUALS and Technical Data - PA1 Amplifier

Assembly manual for the PA1 kit

Instruction Manual for the PA1

Instruction Manual for the PA1 with the HS2 Heat Sink with Cooling Fan

A connection diagram showing you how to operate 2 of the PA1 amplifiers from one SSQ-2F v3.10 or later

A connection diagram showing you how to operate 3 of the PA1 amplifiers from one SSQ-2F v3.10 or later


SYSTEM MANUALS and Technical Data- SSQ-2F v3.10, v3.21 and v3.22

Engineering Change Order 1 for all versions of the SSQ-2F ( Mandatory ECO )

Engineering Change Order 2 for all versions of the SSQ-2F ( Recommended ECO )

SSQ-2F v3.10 Instruction Manual

SSQ-2F v3.10 Power Supply Addendum to Instruction Manual

Instruction Manual for the SSQ-2F v3.21 with RF Amplifier

Assembly Manual for the SQ-2F v3.21 with RF Amplifier

Instruction Manual for the SSQ-2F v3.22 with RF Amplifier

Assembly Manual for the SSQ-2F v3.22 with RF Amplifier

A Contact Device adapter for use with the SSQ-2F v3.00 and higher

Test Setup Instructions to verify operation of the SSQ-2F ( all revisions ) and Test Setup Diagram to verify operation of the SSQ-2F ( all revisions ) NOTE: Download both.


SYSTEM MANUALS and Technical Data- SSQ-2F v1.41

Engineering Change Order 1 for all versions of the SSQ-2F ( Mandatory ECO )

Engineering Change Order 2 for all versions of the SSQ-2F ( Recommended ECO )

Instruction Manual for the SSQ-2F v1.41 with +5 or +12 volt RF output

Assembly Manual for the SSQ-2F v1.41 Kit with +5 or +12 volt RF output


SYSTEM MANUALS and Technical Data - LC31 3.1 MHz Link Coupler System

Setup Chart for the LC31 Coupler system for various Bill Cheb Plasma Tubes

Instruction manual for the LC31S, LC31P and LC31TCBA Link Coupler for plasma tube systems ( Revised 27 December 2014 )

Instruction manual for the LC31S1 Link Coupler for use with the SSQ-PT Plasma Tube ONLY

Article about the first LC31 coupler and how it was designed.

How to design and build your own LC31 coupler system.


TYPE "E" ELECTRODE MANUAL and Technical Data- for External Electrode Plasma Tubes

Instruction manual for the Type "E" Electrodes for the Cheb SSQ-PT and the Cheb 2-inch SuperTube ( Revised 22 June 2014 - minor text changes. )


TEST & SETUP INFORMATION

A Test Load using Incandescent Light Bulbs to verify the operation of the PA1 amplifier

A Test Load using Incandescent Light Bulbs to verify the operation of the PA2, PA3, or the SPA4 amplifier

How to eliminate RF interference to your Spooky2 frequency generator.

A Master connection diagram showing you how to set up the UDB1108S, Spooky2, any F-series generator, or any generator with TTL output with the PA3 and the LC31 link coupler

A Master connection diagram showing how to connect the PA2 to a pair of Remote Treatment electrode plates. (Works with the PS1, PA2, PA3, and SPA4)

A Master connection diagram showing you how to set up the GB4000, F-165, F-170 or F-175 with the PA2 amplifier and the LC31 link coupler

A Master connection diagram showing you how to set up the SSQ-2F v1.41 with the PA2 amplifier and the LC31 link coupler

A Master connection diagram showing you how to set up the SSQ-2F v3.21 with the PA1 amplifier and the LC31 link coupler

A Master connection diagram showing you how to set up the SSQ-2F v3.10 / v3.21 / v3.22 with the PA1 amplifier and the LC31 link coupler.

A Master connection diagram showing you how to set up the SSQ-2F v3.10 / v3.21 / v3.22 and the LC31 link coupler

Test Setup Instructions to verify operation of the SSQ-2F ( all revisions ) and Test Setup Diagram to verify operation of the SSQ-2F ( all revisions ) NOTE: Download both.

A new 3.1 MHz Matching System that replaces a conventional antenna tuner - basic information

Building your own 3.1 MHz Matching system for your plasma tube Rife system - construction article


OTHER DOCUMENTS, TROUBLESHOOTING and DIY Information

A video about testing your SSQ-ST plasma tube to see if it is good or bad.  (33.1 MB AVI file)

A video about testing your LC31 coupler to see if it is working.  (18.1 MB AVI file)

Adding side electrode wires to the SSQ-BAT to prevent amplifier failure (opens web page http://rife-beam-ray.com/SSQ-BAT_wires.htm)

Dimensions and winding information for the MOSFET RF output coil L3 / L4 used in the PA1, PA2, PA3, and SPA4 amplifiers

GB-4000 Shielding modifications when used with the PA2 Amplifier - (Opens in a new web page in your browser.)

Spot Frequencies for used with the SSQ-2F (for experimental use only)

How to Build a Regulated Power Supply for the SSQ-2F v3.10 / v3.21 or the PA1 and PA2 Amplifier - (Opens in a new web page in your browser.)

If you want to operate just the SSQ-2F v3.10 / v3.21 with this power supply, it will need to provide 90 V.

If you are going to operate the SSQ-2F v3.10 / v3.21 and the PA1 with this power supply, it will need it to provide 152 V for 300 Watts output or 190 V for 500 Watts output when the PA1 is being tested with a 50 Ohm dummy load.


AUDIO TEST FILES FOR USE WITH THE SSQ-2F (all versions)

These files are in MP3 format and may be played back using a computer sound card, an MP3 player, or any other device which will play MP3 files.

Quick Test Sweep

This is a sine wave sweep frequency test which sweeps from from 12,500 to 250 Hz in 60 seconds.

Using this file, the SSQ-2F will output an RF signal that is square wave modulated over the frequency range of 25,000 to 500 Hz or 12,500 to 250 Hz, depending on the mode selection of the SSQ-2F. This file is for a quick test of the correct operation of your Plasma Tube system. This sweep covers the entire frequency range required for generating the correct Rife frequencies using a 3.1 or 3.3 MHz RF carrier.


AUDIO SESSION FILES FOR USE WITH THE SSQ-2F (all versions)

A complete four hour frequency session requires all four 60 minute sweep files. They need not be run in sequence, nor all at one time.

60 Minute Sweep #1 (1 of 4)

This is a sine wave sweep frequency set which sweeps from from 12,500 to 9,437 Hz in 60 minutes.

When burned to a CD as an audio disk, it will fit on one CD. Using this file, the SSQ-2F will output an RF signal that is square wave modulated over the frequency range of 25,000 to 18,874 Hz or 12,500 to 9,437 Hz, depending on the mode selection of the SSQ-2F. This file is for general use with your Plasma Tube system. This sweep covers the one-fourth of the entire frequency range required for generating the correct Rife frequencies using a 3.1 or 3.3 MHz RF carrier.

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60 Minute Sweep #2 (2 of 4)

This is a sine wave sweep frequency set which sweeps from from 9,348 to 6,374 Hz in 60 minutes.

When burned to a CD as an audio disk, it will fit on one CD. Using this file, the SSQ-2F will output an RF signal that is square wave modulated over the frequency range of 18,696 to 12,748 Hz or 9,348 to 6,374 Hz, depending on the mode selection of the SSQ-2F. This file is for general use with your Plasma Tube system. This sweep covers the one-fourth of the entire frequency range required for generating the correct Rife frequencies using a 3.1 or 3.3 MHz RF carrier.

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60 Minute Sweep #3 (3 of 4)

This is a sine wave sweep frequency set which sweeps from from 6,375 to 3,312 Hz in 60 minutes.

When burned to a CD as an audio disk, it will fit on one CD. Using this file, the SSQ-2F will output an RF signal that is square wave modulated over the frequency range of 12,750 to 6,624 Hz or 6,375 to 3,312 Hz, depending on the mode selection of the SSQ-2F. This file is for general use with your Plasma Tube system. This sweep covers the one-fourth of the entire frequency range required for generating the correct Rife frequencies using a 3.1 or 3.3 MHz RF carrier.

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60 Minute Sweep #4 (4 of 4)

This is a sine wave sweep frequency set which sweeps from from 3,313 to 250 Hz in 60 minutes.

When burned to a CD as an audio disk, it will fit on one CD. Using this file, the SSQ-2F will output an RF signal that is square wave modulated over the frequency range of 6,626 to 500 Hz or 3,313 to 250 Hz, depending on the mode selection of the SSQ-2F. This file is for general use with your Plasma Tube system. This sweep covers the one-fourth of the entire frequency range required for generating the correct Rife frequencies using a 3.1 or 3.3 MHz RF carrier.


The complete 4-Hour sweep combined into a single 30 minute session using 8 channels simultaneously - Sweep #1

This is an 8-Channel sine wave sweep frequency set which covers the range of 250 Hz to 12,500 Hz in 30 minutes. (500 to 25000 Hz when run with the SSQ-2F)

The eight frequency bands covered are: 250 - 1782 Hz, 1781 - 3313 Hz, 3312 - 4844 Hz, 4843 - 6376 Hz, 6375 - 7907 Hz, 7906 - 9438 Hz, 9437 - 10,969 Hz, and 10,968 - 12,500 Hz.

When burned to a CD as an audio disk, it will fit on one CD. Using this file, the SSQ-2F will output an RF signal that is square wave modulated. This file is for general use with your Plasma Tube system. This sweep covers the entire frequency range required for generating the correct Rife frequencies using a 3.1 MHz RF carrier. This frequency set consists of 8 separate sine wave signals combined into one signal suitable for use with the SSQ-2F or other devices that can use sine waves. The SSQ-2F should be set to operate in the 2X mode.

NOTE - Use Caution! This sweep has been reported to cause strong effects and reactions.

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The complete 4-Hour sweep combined into a single 35 minute 21 second session using 8 channels simultaneously - Sweep #2

This is an 8-Channel sine wave sweep frequency set which covers the range of 250 Hz to 12,500 Hz in 35 minutes 21 seconds. (500 to 25000 Hz when run with the SSQ-2F)

The eight frequency bands covered are: 250 - 1750 Hz, 1750 - 3500 Hz, 3500 - 5250 Hz, 5250 - 6500 Hz, 6500 - 8250 Hz, 8250 - 9500 Hz, 9500 - 10,750 Hz, and 10,750 - 12,500 Hz.

This sweep has been adjusted according to the suggestions of Ken Uzzell who has been having much success with it. He reports very strong and positive reactions when using this sweep. The frequency sideband interaction and mixing are slightly different from the Sweep #1, above. The frequency step duration and the time-on-frequency for each frequency step have been adjusted per Ken's directions for best results.

When burned to a CD as an audio disk, it will fit on one CD. Using this file, the SSQ-2F will output an RF signal that is square wave modulated. This file is for general use with your Plasma Tube system. This sweep covers the entire frequency range required for generating the correct Rife frequencies using a 3.1 MHz RF carrier. This frequency set consists of 8 separate sine wave signals combined into one signal suitable for use with the SSQ-2F or other devices that can use sine waves. The SSQ-2F should be set to operate in the 2X mode.

NOTE - Use Caution! This sweep has been reported to cause strong effects and reactions.


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