- Programmable with EM272 Software
- Seven-channel magnetic, LED, & laser frequency generator
- Includes 2 magnetic disks
- Includes 2 laser nasal probes
- Advanced engineering technology
- Can be run while connected to a PC or independently with the included AC charger or rechargeable battery
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The EM272: Three Devices in One
The EM272 is a lightweight, portable PC-programmable seven-channel red, deep red, and infrared LED generator; a seven-channel magnetic field generator; and a laser frequency generator. The selection of treatment frequencies from 0.1 to 5000 Hz, duration of treatment, treatment repetition, intensity of current, and polarity of applied current are all controlled by Pulsed Frequency software.
Pulsing Magnetic Fields
Two magnetic disks can be connected to the EM272. The magnetic disks contain seven magnetic inductor coils that generate seven square wave magnetic fields. Each magnetic inductor coil can be programmed to pulse at specific frequencies from 0.1 to 5000 Hz.
Pulsing LED Light Fields
Two LED disks can be connected to the EM272. The LED disks contain 21 high quality 100-lumens (non-laser) LEDs arranged in seven three-LED clusters. Each LED cluster generates tree bands of color: red 620 nm, deep red 670 nm, and infrared 730 nm. Each cluster can be programmed to pulse at specific frequencies from 0.1 to 5000 Hz, so each LED disk transmits seven separate frequencies at one time.
Generates Multiple Frequencies
The EM272 can run attached to a PC or independently once the treatment files are loaded. When the device is connected to a PC running Pulsed Frequency software, the treatment files can be monitored in real-time.
The EM272 can run from a lithium ion battery or a 100-volt power supply.
Two output ports control two LED disks, two magnetic disks, or one magnetic disk and one LED disk. Two other output ports control the laser nasal probes.
“These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.”
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