Category Archives: Programming the Zapper MHz Plus

Learn to Program – youtube video

This video will show you step by step how to program the machine.  This video applies to the Rife Ultimate, the Rife Bioresonanze, the Zapper Ultra, the Zapper MHz, the Diabmedic Plus and Diabmedic Pulse.


Default Frequencies

Default frequencies are for people who do not know what disease or medical problem/issue
they have.  Using the Rife machines or the zappers; By running from the lowest to the highest, allows a client to pinpoint the best frequency range to assist the problem.

Those frequencies are: in “i0” (to the far right of the digital read out on the machine you will see “i0” stands for idol 0 – use the up arrow to advance to bank “i1”, etc., look up programing if you need more on this)

In bank i0 – 100.00

In bank i1 – 200.00

In bank i2 – 300.00

In bank i3 – 400.00

In bank i4 – 500.00

In bank i5 – 600.00

In bank i6 – 700.00

In bank i7 – 800.00

In bank i8 – 900.00

In bank i9 – 999.99


Programming the MHz or the Ultra

This client assumed that the machine was not working properly cause it didn’t seem that it was taking the programming.  After looking at these instructions the client was able to see what she was doing wrong and get the machine to work properly.

Zapper MHz

It appears that you are programming only one frequency, not the 10,  This is because you have to go back to i idle mode and move the arrow up to select the next frequency.

The menu will always show the position 0 (zero) unless you are in idle mode and move the arrow up.  When you move the arrow up you will be able to view each of the 10 frequencies in the machine.  pressing <PROGRAM> will edit any of these positions, and then <PROGRAM> again will record that menu position.  By default your Zapper Digital starts in  i idle mode when you turn the machine on.

Your object is to record over the default frequencies with your own selected frequency set from the manual.  positions 0-9 (100,200,300,400 – 999.99) will be erased by your new frequency sets.  You are not adding another set of frequencies, you are erasing the machine defaults with your own set.

I will attempt to put a more in depth step program here for you:

(1) Turn on Zapper Digital (ON)

(2) Use UP and Down arrow to preview the recorded frequencies.  Notice that next to i is a number.  This number represents which menu position you are looking at (0 – 9).  For example if you key up arrow three times you will see 400.00i3  This is 400Khz at position 3, (i means IDLE mode.)

(3) Okay, lets say we want to program this position 3 and put in a new frequency “510.00”.
-Click <PROGRAM>
-press UP once to make a 5
-press right key to move across 1 position,
-press UP once and now you have 510.00
-now press <PROGRAM> again, and your frequency is recorded in menu position 3.

(4) Turn off Zapper Digital, unplug power, turn on again and view position 3.  510.00 should be visible (510.00i3)

Use the example above to program any menu position.  You do not need to put programs in by sequence, you can program position 9, and then position 1, the sequence does not matter.  What is important is that you press <PROGRAM> again when you have keyed in your frequency, and that you select your next frequency in i Idle mode, and then use the <PROGRAM> key to change the frequency in this selected position.

– Press <PROGRAM> to change any frequency on the menu (0-9)
– Press <PROGRAM> again to record that frequency (and see [Wait…] appear on screen.)
– If you do not see  [Wait…] appear on screen after you have pressed <PROGRAM> then your frequency has not been recorded.
– Use UP and Down arrow in i Idle mode to select the next frequency to program

Each machine is tested completely by 3 Engineers in Germany so we never have had a menu program fault..  The problem you are having with the menu were resolved with a better understanding of the <PROGRAM> mode, through these 4 steps above, hopefully you can conquer the menu system, because it is a very easy and quick way to alter frequencies and introduce new frequencies into the machine.