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Ultima 5 Digital Tens Unit With Timer
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Ultima 5 Digital TENS Unit With Timer

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$41.99

 

Ultima 5 Digital TENS Unit with Timer

Features
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  • Electrodes: 2" x 2", 4/pkg
  • Channel: Dual
  • Output: Maximum 150 mA (peak value) across 500 Ohm load
  • Pulse Width: 50 - 250 µS (adjustable)
  • Pulse Rate: 1 - 150 Hz (adjustable)
  • Wave Form: Symmetrical Bi-phasic rectangular & Mono-phasic rectangular
  • Mode: Constant, Burst 1, Burst 2, Module 1, and Module 2
  • Burst 1 Mode: Two train per second, 250 ms on 250 ms off; 25 pulses within 1 train, pulse width = 200 µs
  • Burst 2 Mode: Two train per second, 250 ms on 250 ms off; Pulse width and pulse rate are selectable
  • Module 1 Mode: Pulse width modulated from 100 - 250 µs within 6 seconds and then back to 100 µs in the next 6 seconds. Pulse rate is selectable
  • Module 2 Mode: Pulse rate and pulse width modulation; frequency increases from 50 Hz to 100 Hz while pulse width decreases from 200 - 60 µs within 5 seconds
  • Timer: 15, 30, 45, 60 minutes, continuous
  • Display: 52.5 mm x 35.8 mm LCD
  • Power Source: 2 AA batteries

Includes:

  • One pack of 4 electrodes
  • User Manual
  • Carrying case

*This item must be ordered by a licensed healthcare professional.

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Q: NEED NEW ELECTRODES DO I NEED TO APPLY A GEL TO HEVE THE ELECTRODE FUNCTIONING WELL
Created on Monday, November 10, 2014 by A
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Q: Where can I get the clip that goes on the back of the device to clip on to your belt, pocket, etc. Mine broke when I sat down and it caught on the arm of my chair. Thanks
Created on Tuesday, June 3, 2014 by gschroy1
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