L3710 Pointer Pulse
Laser and Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) devices
are used for the symptomatic relief of chronic (long term) intractable pain and
as an adjunctive treatment in the management of post surgical traumatic pain problems.
Laser is also used as a substitution of invasive acupuncture treatment.
Laser acupuncture means directly irradiating some key body points on the surface of the skin.
hand held pulsed Laser and pulsed T.E.N.S.
Modern Spring Type Probe Tip
Immediate Point Location and Treatment
T.E.N.S. Stimulation and or
Laser stimulation continuous or 10 Hz pulsed laser stimulation
Advantages of Laser Stimulation
Painless and without sensation of numbness
Harmless, no tissue damage
|For Electric stimulation||
|The Peak of Output Current||: micro current,
Blue zone on dial (0-2 mA)
Black zone on dial (2-45 mA)
±20% (on 500 ohm loading)
|Pulse Rate||: 10 Hz (fixed) ±20 %
|Pulse Width||: 260 μS (fixed) ±20 %
|Pulse Shape||: Biphasic Square Wave with a negative spik
|Wave Form||: Continuous
|Indicator Lamp||: Green lamp indicates the stimulation & detection mode; yellow lamp indicates laser operation.
|For Laser stimulation||
|Laser Wavelength||: 650nm
|Maximum Power Output||: 5mW, solid state diode. Do not stare at laser beam directly or through optical instrument.
Turn the Laser switch to "I" or “II” to operate the device in laser mode. The yellow LED will light when the device is successfully in laser mode. Use“I” position for continuous laser output and “II” position for pulsed laser output. Both positions operate at a frequency of 10 Hz.
|Power Source||: 9V alkaline battery, Or its equivalent
|Unit Dimensions||: 210 x 45-85 x 24 mm
|Unit Weight||: 100 gm (unit only), 380 gm (complete set)