Socket according to the Avramenko plug scheme

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The device “Socket” is assembled according to the Avramenko plug scheme. Designed to connect a microwave oven and other appliances. The maximum allowable current is limited by the case manufacturer and is 16A, 3.5kW. With a long heavy load, a large amount of heat is generated, for the dissipation of which a radiator is installed.

The photo shows an example of a connected heater with a power of 1.5 kW, while the temperature of the radiator reaches 63 degrees. When operating a 600W microwave oven, the temperature does not exceed 40 degrees. It is not recommended to leave this device on the network without using connected devices, because. in his circuit there are elements that consume electricity and without connected devices.

Instructions for use: Turn on the device in the network, connect the microwave oven, after cooking, be sure to unplug the device from the network. More details about the operation of this device are discussed on the channel of Surzhin V.N., Anton Zorin, etc.

Methodology of application – Connect an extension cord to the socket of the device, turn on the devices (the total load should not exceed 800 W) – a computer, a tablet, a mobile phone charger, a TV, a multicooker, a bread machine, a microwave oven. All devices begin to emit light, a thermal, electromagnetic field with right-handed spin polarization, which supports biological life on Earth;

– All products and water processed in such devices become environmentally friendly, with natural energy, ideal in taste, easily digestible, have a high efficiency and at the same time the amount of food eaten is reduced; food becomes medicine;

– Cooking is carried out in standard modes;

– To ensure the structuring of products, process them in a microwave oven for 10-30 seconds at a power of 700-800 W; bread and vegetables should not be heated;

– Process liquids, water, soft drinks and alcohol for 10-15 seconds at a power of 600-700 watts.


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