Two-Channel TENS, massager and stimulator

Two-Channel TENS, massager and stimulator

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Two-channel TENS, EMS and massager with 78 predefined programs. Large, easy to use display. Very lightweight device suitable for carrying due to its miniscule weight of 140g, including batteries. Uses 4 electrodes.

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Two-channel TENS, massager and stimulator


Two-channel TENS, EMS and massager with 78 pre-defined programs. Large display, easy to use. The device is very light and suitable for carrying, weighing only 140g, batteries included.

LT3011A device is a battery-powered pulse generator which sends electric impulses that travel through body, reaching nerves and specific muscle groupations. The device is intended for pain relief, muscle stimulation and massage. The device has two independable output channels that can be separately controlled, as well as few electrodes that can be connected to each output channel. Device paremeters can be controlled with a press of a button. The intensity level can be adjusted according to the patient's needs.

  • TENS - Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation
  • EMS - Electrical muscle stimulation
About TENS - Medical Background
TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) gives good results in the treatment of chronic and acute pain of various origin. Clinically approved, used on a daily basis by physiotherapists, nurses and top athletes around the world. High-frequency TENS activates the nerve system mechanisms that inhibit pain. Electric impulses from electrodes placed on skin or near the painful area stimulate nerves and block pain singals travelling towards the brain, which in return causes the patient not to feel any pain. Low-frequency TENS stimulates endorphin production - natural anti-pain substance in human body. TENS is a safe treatment method that causes no side-effects in comparison to medicines or other pain relief methods. It can be used as a sole method of treatment, as well as serve as  valid addition to other pharmacological and/or physical treatments. TENS cannot cure the pain source in all cases. If the pain doesn't go away, consult with your physician.
How does TENS treat pain
TENS treats pain in two different methods. The first method is so-called "Pain Gate". When the body is injured, pain impulses and other non-pain transmitting impulses travel the nerve system to the brain. These impulses travel through nerve endings towards afferent nerves located deeper in the body, then towards the spinal cord and then towards the brain. Several "gates" must be passed throughout this journey, each gate determining which impulse goes where. The gates prevent the brain from receiveing too much information in a short time. Since one nerve cannot carry a pain transmitting and non-pain transmitting impulse at the same time, the one with the stronger impulse produces by the device takes precendence and thus controls the "pain transmission". The other method of pain control is the Endorphin method. The device can be adjusted in several ways to enhance the production of Endorphin, natural bosy substance used to relieve pain. These chemicals influence the receptors and block the perception of pain, similar to the effects of morphine, but without the side effects this medication usually causes. Regardless of the method, it has been clinically proven that this device is efficient in pain treatment.
EMS Devices
EMS (Electrical muscle stimulation) is achieved through sending small electric impulses through skin towards motoric units located under the skin (nerves and muscles) to provoke an involuntary muscle contraction. Neuromuscular stimulation has many applications beside the traditional one, the prevention of muscle atrophy caused by reduced muscle use.
How does EMS work?
Transdermal muscle stimulation can be achieved through electric impulses. This method can aid in preventing atrophy caused by reduced muscle use. Therefore, immobile patients can undergo this therapy which provokes involuntary muscle contractions, this enhancing and maintaining the muscle tone without any real physical activity. The aim of electric muscle stimulation is to achieve contractions and vibrations in muscles. Normal muscle activity is controlled by two systems - central and peripheral nervous system, which transmit electric signals to muscles. EMS works in a similar way, but it uses an external source (stimulator) via electrodes placed on skin, thus transmitting electric impulses to the body. Impulses stimulate the muscles to send signals to a specific muscle that reacts with contraction, as is the case with normal muscle activity.

Technical specifications

Material: ABS
Channels: Two channels
Power supply: 4x AAA/R03-batteries
Wave form: Two-phase quadrilateral wave
Pulse length: 50–300 μs
Pulse frequency: 1–150 Hz
Treatment time: 5–90 minutes
Intensity: Adjustable from 0 to 60 mA (at 1000 Ohm)
Environment of use: 5 ºC to 40 ºC at 30–75 % RH and air pressure 700–1060 hpa
Storage: -10 ºC to 55 ºC at 20–93 % RH and air pressure 700–1060 hpa
Size: 117 x 60 x 25 mm (excluding belt clasps)
Weight: 110 g (without batteries)

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