Like the Original puck the Paranormal Puck 2 is designed to connected to a control device. In the Paranormal Puck 2 there are 6 additional standalone options. The standalone options enable the device to be used with a controlling app/software or autonomously.
The standalone modes are set by the app in the settings page. Whenever the Puck is ON and it is not connected to wireless then it will automatically run the configured standalone mode.
The Puck can be turned ON and OFF from the power switch on the bottom of the device.
The Puck has a rechargeable LiPo battery built in. To charge the battery turn off the device and use the provided USB to to USB Mini plug to connect the Puck to a USB charger or USB power source to charge.
Please note the USB port is only for charging the Puck it will not connect to you computer or other device from this port.
When charging the charge light will be RED and turn Blue when completely charged. The charge light can be observed from the top of the puck.
Please note the Puck is not designed to work with software other than what has been written by Digital Dowsing.
Storage & Cleaning & Sensor Protection
When not in use turn the Puck OFF and return the Puck to its carrying case. Always keep the puck out of moist environments.
From the top of the Puck you can see the top of the sensor array. Never attempt to stick anything into the sensors as this will damage them and cause the Puck to malfunction.
Never spray cleaning solution of liquids into the Puck2 this can damage the unit. To clean the Puck2 from time to time use a clean damp cloth.
PLEASE NOTE: The Puck warranty is voided if you open or tamper with the device. Removing the bottom plate will expose the warranty tamper tag and void your warranty.
There are 6 different autonomous modes available on the Paranormal Puck 2.
- Temperature / Humidity Mode
- The puck will play a rising or falling tone to indicate a change in temperature or humidity.
- Ion Mode
- This mode will set the base lights and change the colors. Brighter and more intense light reflect stronger levels of static electricity or ionization.
- Light Mode
- If the ambient light level in the location changes the Puck will play an alarm signal to indicate the light level change.
- PSI Mode
- In this mode the Puck will sound the alarm tone if the barometric pressure changes.
- Motion / Magnetism Mode
- This mode will run the alarm tones if the Puck senses vibration or a change in the magnetic field.
- All Mode
- As it sounds the puck will cycle through all modes continually. “this mode can be confusing”
Suggested Usage of the Puck 2
As a data tool the Puck can be monitored remotely. In most conditions this ranges from several feet away up to 15 meters. In ideal conditions this range may extend to 45 meters depending on the environment.
Since the Puck’s whole mission is data the user can see a record of what is happening around the Puck without having to try and read a screen in the dark or write down what the readings are. This is because all readings are captured in the data logs. Even when the Puck is in standalone mode it will still monitor the sensor being used and the Minimum and Maximum values can be retrieved from the puck at a later time.
Use the Puck in its default standalone mode. In this Mode the Puck will show energy levels around the device by changing the base colors and generate audible signals if the temperature, barometric pressure, humidity, motion, light levels or magnetic fields change around the device.
This works well to be a indicator when there are changes in the environment. This mode also works well for ITC.
Simply allow the device to settle then ask for the device to be manipulated by one or more types of change.
Using multiple pucks in this fashion also works well setting each device to respond to a different sensor.
From the app the Puck can show the user in real time what changes are occurring in the environment. This can be a great way to document and corroborate data from other devices or investigators.
The ITC mode on the Puck is our favorite feature allowing voice responses based on the energy levels the puck is reading. The user can ask questions or type them in and have them saved in the log if so desired.
Note there are no random functions; when the Puck speaks it is doing so because something has changed in the environment causing it to react.
There is a pervading idea at the heart of all the devices we have built for ITC. Simply if we believe that something can change the energy around the device it can use that energy to pick different words. If you were going up to a wall where there are 100’s of buttons. Each time you press a button it says the same thing. However every button says a different word. As you press the buttons you learn the words and soon you have a simple level of communications. Will the Puck say things that do not make sense? Yes! it is reading energy and our environment is full of EMF, static electricity and ionization.
When using the Puck for ITC experiments keep and open mind and always apply common sense.
Is the response quick? You always want to consider responses that occur in a minute or less.
Is the response appropriate? If you ask how old are you and the response is soup it is best to ignore the response.