MZ5b from Maestro-Zapper
The MZ5b zapper of Maestro-Zapper has an extremely simple packaging, obviously to offer a very low
It comes without 9V battery or any electrode, but with 2 PDF big manuals. He is described as “… the
smallest, lowest priced zapper, in the world, in the category of zappers run by a micro-controller”
Alligator clips permits the use any kind of electrodes.
Mechanical specs :
“cabinet” dimensions : 1.0” x 0.5” x 0.3”
Overall length : 42”
Electrode type : Copper tubes 0.87” Dis x 5” long - OPTIONAL
PCB Assembly : PCB industrial grade, 2 sides with solder mask, SMD components, 1% on critical
Comments : Despite of a very simple packaging, quality of materials and assembly is good. The transparent
shrinking tube lets see the electronic parts, giving an interesting look.
Electrical specs :
Battery : 9V, any kind.
Protected against reverse battery : YES
Test voltage : 8Vdc
Regulated voltage for output stage : 5V
Output impedance : 806_Ohms
Average current without load : Nominal : 1.8mA. Measured : 1.86mA
Average current with dummy load : Measured : 2,9mA
Average current on sleep function : Not detected.
Comments : Output is limited to 5V.
Electronic specs :
Described in detail and at length in this page :
Additional information / spec deviance :
Oscillator / Controller : PIC12F635
One tiny push button combines the functions of
= Program change
A single led combines functions of:
= Indication of selected program
= Indication of battery’s voltage
= Indication of active/pause periods
= Indication of “well connected output”
= Indication of end or beginning of a period
Freq_1 : Nominal : 30.303kHz. Measured : 30.29kHz (0.4%) 55% duty cycle.
Freq_1a : Nominal : 10kHz. Measured : 9.98kHz. Duty cycle : 80%
Freq_2 : Nominal : Narrow sweep around 2.5kHz. 93% duty cycle.
Program_1 : 3 times 7mn with 2 times 20mn pause in between. Additional 7mn at 10kHz at the end.
Automatic shut down (sleep function).
Program_2 : Name : 2.5kHz. Sweep frequency using 33 different frequencies, between 2424Hz and 2522Hz.
75 scans per second, for a maximum of 3h09mn.
Rise time : 118nS without load, 71nS under load, giving about 3.5MHz cut off frequency at -3dB
Comments : This zapper is packed with user friendly features despite its small size and its unusual
With so many functions, 2 main
frequencies, 2 automatic
programs and its denuded
packaging, this zapper is amazing,
even without a buzzer. Can it be
effective with this small voltage?
At $28.00, where is the catch?
This low price, Its functions and
automatic sequences puts it in
the category of 1st zapper’s
users. Its voltage at the lower
end of Dr Clark’s
recommendations (5 to 10V)
makes it acceptable for general,
= This zapper is selling now (Feb
= Ideal for newcomers wanting
to try this technology with the
basic zapper’s effect (30kHz) or
frequency zapping (2.5kHz), or as
a backup zapper, or a traveler’s
zapper, due to its minuscule size.
= Regulated voltage : will give
= Automatic sequences : Very
= Very good documentation
provided : General manual : 32
pages. User’s manual : 13 pages.
H.Clark pathogen frequencies
table : 8 pages.
You will not find a better
Value on the market for
this kind of zapper.
(- - - - -)
= The voltage is acceptable, but
a few more volts would not hurt.
= The transparent heat
shrinkable sleeve seems out of
context. Can it be improved?
= Numerous LED’s functions
seems confusing at first.
Price list : $28.00 at this place
General description at this place.
Fig_1 = MZ5b - 30kHz - No Load
Fig_3 = MZ5b - 30kHz - Under Load
Fig_2 = MZ5b - 2.5kHz - No Load
Fig_4 = MZ5b - 2.5kHz - Under Load
Fig_3 = 3.55V peak; 1.0V Offset; 2.65mA peak;
Duty Cycle 58%
Fig_4 = 4.31V peak; 1.75V Offset; 1.71mA peak;
Duty Cycle 93%
Fig_5 = MZ5b - 30kHz - Harmonics
Fig_6 = MZ5b - 2.5kHz - Harmonics
Maestro-Zapper comments on this "MZ5b" bench test :
=> “At $32.00, where is the catch?”
The packaging and presentation of an electronic device (cabinet, escutcheon, geneeral packaging, …) very
often counts for more than half of the cost price.
Quite often, the colored carton box of washable fabric soap cost more than the product inside!
Simplifying the presentation to the extreme leads to very low priced to the customer’s end.
This zapper (MZ5) puts the use of a micro-controller in a range of price otherwise unattainable.. This
zapper is intended as an incentive to an easy use and an easy access (price) to any first user.
Profit margin is so low, it makes potential retailers unhappy.
Add a buzzer, an appealing hand held case, a higher voltage, and you will end up with a more powerful
device (MZ6 style)… and with a price 3 to 4 times higher.
=> “The voltage is acceptable, but a few more volts would not hurt.”
For the general purpose use this device is intended, a reliable 5V is sufficient, as many happy users will
testify. For more serious use, it request a longer session’s time. Those who have a sensitive skin, or are
afraid of electricity really appreciates this lower voltage, still efficient according to Dr Hulda Clark.
In the original zapper, the output voltage without load is a mere 8.0V with a new battery.
On the program_1 with 30kHz, this zapper is less powerful than the original one, despite a lower 806_Ohm
internal impedance, and about equal if a 6.5v battery's voltage is used.
With Program_2, 2.5kHz, 93% duty cycle is more powerful than the 30kHz, 55% Duty cycle.
30kHz with 7-20 automatic sequence to begin with, 2.5kHz continuous for more serious cases.
What else could we ask for… If that is the case, look for the MZ3b
=> “The transparent heat shrinkable sleeve seems out of context. Can it be improved?”
Initially, a transparent case, similar to USB packaging was in the drafting board, but initial quantity did not
justify the price of the plastic mold needed. When quantity will be acceptable, a better solution will
=> Numerous LED’s functions seems confusing at first.
Thanks God, only at first! With routine, you get used very quickly
The indication of the battery’s voltage and the indication of “well connected output” are highly
generated by the 2.5kHz
sweep. Frequencies in Hz
2522 2519 2516 2513 2509
2506 2503 2500 2497 2494
2491 2488 2484 2481 2478
2472 2469 2466 2463 2460
2457 2454 2451 2448 2445
2442 2439 2436 2433 2430
Everyone of these frequencies
will make a high number of odd
and even harmonics, due to the
very long duty cycle of the
waveform (RC = 93.5%).
Certain Internet sites associate zapper and serious illness.
It is not our role to make such assertions.
Illness does not interest us.
We leave it to the experts of the unhealthy states.
We are only interested to feel better, which is highly subjective, and to get rid of as much “invaders” who drain our resources, as possible.
These invaders, who live at our expense, we name them under the generic name of “parasites”.
We experience the influence of the zapper effect
on these parasites, on a hypothetical and empirical basis, which have nothing to do with medical or scientific rules.
Legal disclaimer :
We do not prescribe, diagnose, or make any medical claim or advices.
The principles, assumptions or theories exposed here have no medical or scientific value officially recognized.
Please note that Dr Clark’s books or devices have not been evaluated by Health Canada (Canada) or Food and Drugs Administration (USA), and then, have not received any guarantee on their effectiveness or their safety.
Zappers can only be sold or used as experimental devices for educational research. They are not intended for use in the cure, treatment, prevention, diagnostic of any disease.
If illness is an issue, please consult a licensed health professional before attempting any self health program.
By using this information without the approval of a licensed health professional, you are prescribing for yourself, as permitted by law, and you take full responsibility for the results.
These results may vary depending on individuals
Applied Electronic to Well-Being
This zapper is a good example of
what can be done with a
microprocessor. It is not longer
built by Maestro-zapper