transparent electrode has a thin dielectric that can be easily damaged
from the heat generated from viewing small specimens and even fingertips.
For this reason, you must utilize a disposable protective mylar sheet to
protect the viewer. Damage caused by failure to use protective sheet is
not covered by warranty.
KEEP TRANSPARENT ELECTRODE AWAY FROM HEAT SOURCES SUCH AS A RADIATOR, AND KEEP OUT OF DIRECT SUNLIGHT TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE CONDUCTIVE GEL CONTAINED INSIDE. STORE IT IN A COOL, DARK PLACE.
The electrode contains a liquid electrolyte which conducts the current
to the object being viewed. The unit is fragile and should not be subjected
to undue pressure or abrasion. Please clean only with a soft cloth that
is moistened with water or glass cleaner to avoid scratches.
without a protective mylar sheet in place.
The Electrode is filled with a small amount of NON-TOXIC and totally safe conducting fluid electrolyte. Do not puncture or cut or the fluid will leak out.
You may see some air bubbles in the viewer. This is normal and will not affect operation. Keep the viewer clean with mild window cleaner and a soft cloth.
Plug red power wire from the transparent electrode into the RED output
jack of the unit. Connect Black Ground wire to the ground jack on the Kirlian
Power unit and connect the other end to an electrical ground. Kirlian unit
MUST BE GROUNDED or power will not be sufficient.
Place fingers on the surface of the electrode - on the side that has the thin layer of plastic. The other side will not work because the plastic is too thick.
To get a proper reading of the meridians of the fingertips when using
lectrode, the following instructions should be followed:
1. Have the subject lightly press his/her fingertips against the transparent electrode.
2. Push the pulse button on the Kirlian unit for one or two seconds.
3. Tell subject to press just a bit harder, little by little each time
push the pulse button.
4. As the subject puts more pressure on the transparent electrode, watch
breaks to begin to occur on the coronal circles of the fingers. Compare the
location of the breaks to the meridian chart to find out what organ that finger
It is not neccesary for the subject to put extreme pressure on the transparent
electrode. Moderate pressure is enough.
Use only with protective mylar sheet to prevent damage to plastic surface of electrode
A normal camera or video camera can be used to record the image. Simply
point the camera at the image on the opposite side of the glass at the
subject, and photograph the discharge.