Biostimulation laser ENDOLASER 422
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Characteristics

Applications
biostimulation, acne treatment
Amplifying medium
diode
Ergonomics
tabletop
Wavelength

808 nm, 905 nm

Description

The Endolaser 422 is an advanced and modern designed unit for laser therapy with interchangeable laser probes. Laser therapy, also known as photobiomodulation, low level laser therapy (LLLT), cold laser therapy and laser biostimulation, is an effective method for: • Pain management • Wound healing • Soft tissue injury treatment • Nerve regeneration • Skin treatment (esp. for Acne) • Cosmetic regeneration TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Mains voltage: 230 Vac 50-60Hz ±15% 115 Vac 50-60Hz ±15% Max. Power consumption: 15 VA Double fuse protection: 250 mA Rit 5x20 mm Plug for Interlock/safety key (contacts normally closed) 6 contact DIN plug Backlit LCD Display, to visualize and control operating parameters: graphic 240x128 pixel Programmable treatment time: up to 60 minutes Diode Laser Wave length for 25, 100, 400mW pulse diode: 905 nm Diode Laser Wave length for 500 mW continuous laser diode: 808 nm Laser classification according to EN-60825-1: 3B MPE (Maximum permissible exposure): 5032.06 J . m -2 AEL (Accessible emission limit): 77.1 mW (class 3B limit) Divergence: 107 mrad NOHD (Nominal ocular hazard area) direct light: 2.89 meters NOHD diffused light: 0.00 meter IR radiation sensor for external laserprobe: On front panel Programmable impulse frequency: 10-10.000 Hz Duty Cycle, only available with continuous laser diodes: 10-9900 Hz Independent output channels: 2 Pre-programmed protocols: 82 Free programmable positions: 50 External dimensions (lxhxd): 29x28x11,5 cm Weight of machine body: 3,2 kg

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