Category Archives: Zappers

Rife Digital Ultimate Parts List

Click on the links below to see what is in the case.


RifeDigitalUltimateProductList – Parts List for the Rife Ultimate, what’s inside.

ZapperUltraProductList – Parts List for the Zapper Ultra, what’s inside

RifeBioresonanceProductList – Parts List for the Rife Bioresonance, what’s inside

ZapperMHzProductList – Parts List for the Zapper MHz Plus, what’s inside



Mycobacterial infections


I have a Rife Digital Ultimate and have been using it for about 6 weeks with very satisfactory results.  I have been using it for Myco & Candida, and so far the Candida is totally under control.  But the Myco still seems to be haunting me.  As a note, I am using multiple approaches to controlling the Myco, including Chinese herbs, traditional herbs (Myco+ from Rainforest) and even have tried transfer factors.

Recently I was also diagnosed with parasites (intestinal flukes) that I want to knock down fast.  These are causing all kinds of GI issues

My question to you is a recommended schedule for the Rife machine to go after these two (2) health challenges?

I tend to run the Rife through 1 or 2 full cycle per day (hands & feet during the holiday break – until 1/2) and all night on the feet only.

Can you recommend a plan that will best address these issues?  Should I alternate? Focus on one for a period of time then another? What will work best?

Thanks in advance and please post to the blog since this might be a common question


Mycobacteria do not contain endospores or capsules and are usually considered Gram-positive. Mycobacterial infections are notoriously difficult to treat. The organisms are hardy due to their cell wall, which is neither truly Gram negative nor positive. In addition, they are naturally resistant to a number of antibiotics that disrupt cell-wall biosynthesis, such as penicillin. Due to their unique cell wall, they can survive long exposure to acids, alkalis, detergents, oxidative bursts, lysis by complement, and many antibiotics. Most mycobacteria are susceptible to the antibiotics clarithromycin and rifamycin, but antibiotic-resistant strains have emerged.

So your battle with Myco, one of the toughest bacterium on this planet.  use these frequencies:

Mycobacterium Infections: 0.06, 0.32, 0.60, 409.65, 410.65, 410.00, 430.55, 434.20, 432.00, 825.00.

Notice the focus at 410-434.  These are the specific resonant frequencies of these pathogens.  You can also <RUN> on these individual frequencies.

Continue to use the Zapper for 2-3 months on this frequency set in order to make a real impact on this bacteria.

More serious gram positive bactria require a longer treatment period, and often permit a course of frequencies that may change every few weeks. Our devices have been used successfully to treat bacterial infections for thousands of people. Time and again, the results have shown that the extended treatment sessions have produced the best healing responses. Extended sessions are more convenient at night, so as not to interrupt daytime activities or work schedules. An overnight session with the straps attached to the feet will permit a deeper healing which will reach and penetrate the organs of the body.

Because the Zapper works using natural frequencies, three months may be a plausible time period for a remission of more serious disease conditions. Natural medicine works in this manner, on a more subtle level and over an extended period of time. Again, best results are achieved with the extended overnight treatment sessions.


ETD vs the Universal List

ETD Updated Frequencies

How can I use the Universal List of frequencies with the Rifes and the Zappers?

The new machines are in Khz (kilohertz)

In order to use her old number she has to divide 3888 Hz by 1000 to give the KHZ number: So if the number you are trying to convert is 3888.88 then divide that by 1000 to get the KHZ number.

3888 / 1000 = 3.88Khz

Use 3.88Khz on the Rife Digital

The universal list is now over 5 years old and has not been updated.  She would be better using the newer updated ETD list, it has proven itself to be effective for thousands of clients.  (now about 6000 clients use ETD)


Adding Alligator Clips to work with Accessories

Adding alligator clips to Rife or Zapper.  So I have included a ZIP file attachments with photos 1-6 showing you the step by step instructions to add alligator clips to the Rife / Zapper Digital models.

Please note that I only pictured the 9 inch cable for demonstration purposes.  The client must purchase the 40 inch RCA splitter cable or longer as there will be a requirement to use the cable on different parts of the body, therefore the extended cable is necessary.

Please also note that this alligator clip accessory will permit a user to adapt the Rife/Zapper Digital to other devices and accessories on the market such as zappicators and steel footplates.  We do not intend to market an accessory like this as a featured product anytime in the future, so clients may purchase these cheap accessories from Radio Shack or similar stores and follow this easy photo demonstration of how to connect Rife Digital to Alligator clips.

As you may know, we do not sell the Zappicators, because none of them work.  Bacteria thrive on the Zappicator when observed with a microscope.  This information and photos will be introduced later as time allows.

Below step by step:

Tools Required (Use 40" RCA Splitter)

2. Cut Plugs off RCA Splitter

Step 3: Use Wirestrpper to Cut Off Insulator from wire.

Step 4: Strip Wires As Shown

Step 5: Connect Wires to Alligator Clips

Step 6: Final Step



Do not change the programs too often, but focus on one disease that you want to treat with one Frequency Set. Conduct regular treatments (5 days with 2 days rest), until your symptoms have disappeared. Sometimes it is recommended to use 2 different frequency sets for one particular illness; in this case switch between the 2 sets in weekly intervals. If you do not feel any change within 5 days, then you probably are working with a wrong frequency set and you should try something different.

Follow the above suggestions (5.4) for both the Rife machines and the Zappers and the client will soon decipher the most effective frequency set for treatment, from the 2 given sets.


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


How To Use the Straps

Using the straps in sensitive skin area despite the above described tingling sensation for a long time, can cause a local rash. If you really need to treat at these locations, please move the straps regularly every few minutes, in case of tingly sensation. The best places to conduct treatments over a longer time period are the palms of your hands and/or soles of your feet.

7.5. How to wear Straps Caution Using Straps on the Wrists may cause skin irritation The best place to carry out several hours of treatment (such as overnight) is the soles of the feet in a way that the stainless steel button touches the bottom of your feet. The soles of the feet have very thick skin and are able to tolerate long periods of electrotherapy. We recommend using the straps preferably at the soles of the feet in a way that the blue conductive coating touches the undersides of the feet. The stainless steel button must always touch the soles.


Where they are made

The machines are manufactured in Germany, all accessories, books, cables, straps, power adapters and bags are made in Asia and packed in Asia with the machine.


Straps – new


Difference Between the LCD and the MHz

The Zapper Digital LCD series is 9volts at 1000ma with a 10mhz Quartz Crystal.  It does not have the Easy Edit feature of the new PLUS Series, and also cannot output to 4 straps (2 only), 2010 frequency book, Instruction book in English only

The Zapper Digital MHZ Plus series is 12v at 2000ma with a 20mhz Quartz Crystal, DAC, Harmonics, Easy Edit menu, Timer On/Off function, 4 straps and the new 2011 frequency book, Instruction book in 4 languages.

Battery can be purchased an accessory and will be available in about 4-6 weeks.  The Battery is a SONY HD 2400ma Rechargeable pack and will allow 36 hours of zapping between charges.  Charger is supplied with Zapper Purchase.