Build your own - $50-$110

Pros: If you use the smallest PT tube, you might save a few bucks. 

Cons: A lot of work, a lot of cables. Can look messy, especially if you’re powering the largest tube. 

Verdict: If you’re using the smallest tube (PT), it might be worth your while, as you only need three laptop adapters for recommended operating voltage of 57 volts. For the larger tubes, many more adapters are required. There will be a lot of cables, a lot of work, and you won’t save any money. With the current price of over the counter power supplies, building your own is not worth it for the ST or the BAT tube.

Instructions on making your own power supply:

I will not list the parts for this, as you can easily see the required parts from the links above. 

© Henrik Lorange 2015
Disclaimer: I do not receive any commission, kickbacks or any favors from vendors or sellers of these parts or systems. All information is provided as-is. build this at your own risk. rife tech might not work for your condition. do your own research first. No medical claims are made for this system whatsoever.