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The DV8™ MAG-System Spark Gap Base
is what connects the accessories to the wand and insures, that you and the people you play with are safe, even if the Violet Wand has a catastrophic failure. The Aluminum Connector is precision made on a lathe and the spark gap is protected by a borosilicate glass tube. The coupling between the base and the accessories is enhanced with neodymium magnets and the visible safety spark gap is sealed off, so it can never be contaminated.
Translucent Nylon is used as the spark gap isolator. You don’t have to trust us that the spark gap is working reliably, you can see it.
The 7/16 inch version will work with all new and most old/restored US units, and some of the Chinese “Nova” wands. Examples in the following picture:
The 11.25 millimeter version will work with most Chinese wands, including KinkLab “Neon Wand” and Zeus “Twilight Wand”, both of which are similar or identical to lots of units sold for around $25.00 on eBay, just put “D’Arsonval” in the search field. Examples of those units:
The 12 millimeter version will work with the Ukrainian units and very few of the old West European violet ray units from the 30’s to 50’s (the best-known examples are Radiostat/Radiolux, Vio and Ideal). These are the Ukrainian units:
11 mm European standard size (most new and old units). Here are a few pictures for these units, but there is a huge number of different European units out there. Nevertheless, most old European units (1980s and before) take 11 mm. Of the modern European units, all but those from Eastern Europe also use 11 mm.
Finally, there is the 10 mm size used by some of the antique units, which were made by Carl Haider GmbH, Munich, Germany in the 1930s. We do not stock units for this device, but can make them as a custom order. Please contact us if you need one.