1. The problem you are experiencing is that the generator is locking up. This means that at some point you were only sending in one static frequency, and hence why it also stays on when you try and stop it.
You will need to resolve the interference issue. Just spreading it out as far as possible is not working for you.
Tips that have been suggested in the past for this is to eliminate unnecessary wires. Energy can leak into your computer from a mouse and keyboard even. These wires are needed obviously, but if you have webcams, etc plugged in, unplug them.
Then make sure as Per mentioned above, that all your generators are using the filtered usb cables.
Wire the filtered BNC cables between the gen and the SC so that the filters are closest to the generator and not the SC if this applies to you.
Ensure no cable crosses each other, especially the high voltage white lines that run to the plasma tube. Check the back of the SC and make sure they don't cross there as well at the connection point. Make the bottom go right and the top go left for instance.
The high voltage lines (white) need to be laid out gracefully. Ensure that they make smooth bends and do not coil or cross even themselves in a loop. If you have them run parallel to each other, try to put as much distance between them as possible. 1 inch apart may still be too close.
If you have any loops, try switching their orientation by 90 degrees.
The granite tray will not do anything to help in this case. It's pretty transparent to the energies involved.
Try plugging the SC into a different outlet than where the computer is plugged into.
The computer that is being used may have poor shielding on the case and a bad ground and may be a magnet for the plasma energy and it may be the source of the issue. Some laptops have touch pads that are not well shielded and draw the energy into the system readily.
This is not a problem that has a simple answer unfortunately, and will require someone to take time to isolate the variable that is causing you the issue. This may require a lot of starts, lockups, changing something, rebooting, power cycling, etc...
I hope that the first thing you try works, for instance maybe just changing the orientation of the plasma tube 90 degrees to the setup will be all that it takes.
2. Most of the time my SC does not interfere with my setup or my other equipment. However, there has been a few days where no matter what I do, it causes everything to lockup somewhere between 30 seconds to 2 hours after starting -- especially with the overnight sweeps. Sometimes all it takes is a reset and another try, other times I find that I'm just not going to get any SC time in. I have not isolated the variable that causes this to happen, especially since it has only happened 3 times so far. On the worst of these 3 days, I reset my system some 15 times before I gave up. Resetting 9 generators is no fun.
I found on one of these days, that I was able to operate the SC if I left the other 8 generators offline. On the worst day, it didn't matter. I tried relocating the tube to no avail.
In hindsight, I believe there may have been some residual energy in one of the wires, even though I did a full power down and drain a few times -- perhaps I didn't do it long enough.
I have also knocked out my wireless audio system once, which has speakers in various locations of the house. The closet one which was affected and taken offline is about 20 feet away.
I found the gate made the difference. Prior to using a gate, I had no issues. With the gate, it seems to be much more potent. I can pickup the pulses of the gate all over my house with a Trifield Natural EM Meter.
With that said, I have no way to determine by your description if you have isolated and separated your equipment enough to prevent interference issues completely. The interference could be leaking in to your PC via a wired mouse for instance.
It may also depend on the frequency being transmitted. With the MOPA system I can turn on some touch lamps when using 2.9 Mhz for example. Other frequencies can turn off the TV.
Not sure how useful that is; but interesting effect. Fortunately, or unfortunately, I don't have neighbors too close!
If you have abundant supplies of kitchen tin foil, you could try wrapping some of the wires with a couple of layers; usb etc, and/or make a box over XM generator.
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