Intelect NMES ? Digital
Knob Cover: An acrylic knob cover protects Amplitude Controls from accidental user touch when the unit is being used.
Lid Cover: A sliding panel covers the controls for Mode, Set, INCREASE and DECREASE adjustments.
Amplitude Controls: It controls the "INTENSITY" level of stimulating pulses. These controls located at the top of the unit regulate the amplitude, or intensity, of the stimulation and are the ON/OFF CONTROL. The ON indicator signal will stay lit as long as the unit is working, and mimics the output of the electrical pulse.
"INCREASE" control button (triangle-button): This button increases the pulse width from 50~300μs, increases the pulse rate from 2 to 120Hz, increases Contraction ON time from 2 seconds to 99 seconds (except in Constant Mode), increases Relaxation OFF time from 2 seconds to 99 seconds (except in Constant Mode) and increases the timer from 5 to 90 min to continuous mode.
"DECREASE" control button (inverted triangle-button): This button decreases the pulse width from 300~50μs, decreases the pulse rate from 120 to 2Hz, decreases Contraction ON time from 99 seconds to 2 seconds (except in Constant Mode), decreases Relaxation OFF time from 99 seconds to 2 seconds (except in Constant Mode) and decreases the timer from continuous mode to 90 to 5 min.
"MODE" button (round-button on the right side of the control panel): This button selects a Stimulation-Mode. It displays the mode status from three types of function modes; which are Synchronous, Constant and Alternate.
"SET" button (round-button on the middle of the control panel): This button sets the ramp, on time, off time, rate, width and timer. Press the 'SET' button to enter a parameter setting mode including ramp, on time, off time, rate, width and timer.
LCD screen: This LCD displays stimulating mode, ramp, on time, off time, pulse rate, pulse width and timer. The channel output will be indicated on the left side (Channel 1) and right side (Channel 2) of the LCD screen. The modes will be displayed on the top of the LCD panel. The ramp, on time, off time, pulse rate, and pulse width will be shown on the middle-right of the screen. The timer and clock symbol display on the middle-left of the screen, the clock symbol will flash in final 5 min.
Patient Compliance Timer: The patient compliance timer can memorize 60 sets of operation records; the total record time is 999 hours.
Battery: 9 Volt DC Battery.
"Low Battery " indicator: When the low power indicator flashes, the battery should be replaced with a new one as soon as possible. However, the stimulator will continue to operate for several more hours.
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Intelect NMES - digital