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Posted: Tue Mar 07, 2017 1:54 pm
by appletartlet2
On the Electropebble can you connect the black plugs from the two channels onto opposite ends of the same conductive loop to create a triphase arrangement ?.

Re: Triphase

Posted: Thu Jul 13, 2017 11:15 am
by electrofun
Yes, you could. I have tried similar setups and this works. Actually you don't have to connect the grounds together, as the ElectroPebble's outputs have the same ground (they are connected together in the box). So, connecting 1 ground should be enough.

A word of warning however: You would expect the black connector to be the ground (I did). Sometimes it's not. All 'normal' E-stim cables I have, have the black connector as ground, so that's good. On the E-stim 4mm 'low profile' cable however the yellow connector is ground, and the black is hot, I didn't expect this. I also have 2mm cables from other brands that have the red plug as ground and the black as hot, very confusing. So if things don't work as expected, you might try reversing connections. Or (that's what I did) check all your cables with an ohm- or continuity-meter and mark the 'wrong' ones.

Re: Triphase

Posted: Fri Jul 14, 2017 12:26 pm
by joannesReviews
Excellent advice. I am going to have to try a Triphase set-up.

It sounds very interesting and I would like to see how it compares to just using two electrodes with one on each channel.

Re: Triphase

Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 11:19 am
by electrofun
Be careful that triphase works differently, depending on the output configuration of the box you are using. My post above is for the ElectroPebble.
The series 1 has common ground like the ElectroPebble, but the 2 outputs also have the same signal and level, so there is no triphase effect.
The 2B has floating outputs, so there is no common ground between the 2 channels. So you have to connect them together yourself or use a triphase cable.

I have not (yet) tested this myself, but I think the difference in effect between triphase and two electrodes with one on each channel, will depend on the box you are using.

Have fun trying! - I know I do :)

Re: Triphase

Posted: Sun Sep 03, 2017 12:42 am
by Divebuddy
What are the advantages of the triphase-config (sorry if that is a newbie-question). From the schematics I would expect that I get Signal A, Signal B and something mixed from both?
How does that feel on a generic cockloop-setup?

Re: Triphase

Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2017 11:28 pm
by electrofun
Difficult to describe how triphase feels, it depends very much on the setup, which box you use, etc. I'll describe 1 possible setup that I often use with the ElectroPebble:

Obviously you need 3 electrodes. If I use 1 circuit with a loop around my balls, and a loop around the glans, I feel it mostly on my glans and hardly anything on my balls. And I like the feeling of my balls being zapped :) The solution is this setup that I like very much: channel A (red) to my glans, channel B (red) to my balls, common (black) either to the central contact of a butt plug, or to electro pads on my abs or to electro pads on my thighs (I made some split cables to be able to connect 2 pads to the same circuit). This way I can control the intensity to my balls and to the penis separately and balance the feeling. Try it, it feels great :D