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Premier 6300 Stim PlusDigital TENS/EMS Combo-AC power plug Incl. +Free 3/pk Electrodes

     
  • Premier 6300 Stim PlusDigital TENS/EMS Combo-AC power plug Incl. +Free 3/pk Electrodes
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Premier Stim PlusDigitalTENS/EMS Combo With AC POWER PLUG

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TENS is a medically recognized, drug-free method of controlling childbirth and musculoskeletal pain. We offer two types of TENS machines- one specifically for pain from child birth, and one specifically for muscle pains.

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Fully Digital TENS /EMS UNIT.

The Premier Stim Plus TENS/EMS is a fully digital battery operated pulse generator that sends electrical impulses to the nerves and underlying muscle groups. This unit is a combination stimulator of TENS and EMS which can be used for pain relief and muscle stimulation. The device is provided with two controllable output channels, each independent of the other. A pair of electrodes can be connected to each output channel. The intensity level and settings are controlled by press buttons.
 

 

MECHANISM

TECHICAL DESCRIPTION

01

Channel

Dual, isolated between channels

02

Pulse Amplitude
Adjustable, 0-110 mA peak into 500 ohm load each channel.

03

Wave Form
Asymmetrical Bi-Phasic Square Pulse

04

Voltage
0 to 55V (Load: 500 ohm)

05

Power source
One 9 Volt Battery.

06

Size
11.8cm(L) x 6 cm(W) x 3.1cm(H)

07

Weight
157 grams with battery.

08

Pulse Rate
Adjustable, from 2 to 150 Hz, 1 Hz/step

09

Pulse Width
Adjustable, from 50 to 300 microseconds, 10 µs/step

10

On Time
Adjustable, 2~90 seconds , 1 Sec./ step

11

Off Time
Adjustable, 2~90 seconds , 1 Sec./ step

12

Ramp Time
Adjustable, 1~8 seconds, 1 Sec./ step, The "On"time will increase and decrease in the setting value.

13

Mode
Six TENS Modes: B(Burst), N(Normal),M (Modulation Rate & Width),S1( Modulation Width), S2 (Modulation Width) and P Three EMS Modes:C(Constant), S (Synchronous), A(Alternate)

14

Burst Mode
Burst rate: Adjustable, 0.5 ~ 5Hz
Pulse width adjustable, 50~300 µs
Frequency fixed = 100 Hz

15

Normal Mode
The pulse rate and pulse width are adjustable. It generates continuous stimulation based on the setting value.

16

Modulation Mode
Modulation mode is a combination of pulse rate and pulse width modulation. The pulse rate and width are automatically varied in a cycle pattern. The pulse width is decreased by 50% from its original setting in 0.5 second, then the pulse rate is decreased by 50% from its original setting in 0.5 second. Total cycle time is 1 second. In this mode, pulse rate(2-150Hz) and pulse width(50-300µs) are fully adjustable.

17

S1 Mode
Pulse width is automatically varied in a cyclic pattern over a nominal 10 second period. Pulse width decreases over a period of 4 seconds from the initial setting to a value 40% less.
The narrower pulse width continues for 1 second. It then increases over a period of 4 seconds to its initial setting. The cycle is then repeated. Pulse rate and pulse width are fully adjustable.
18
S2 Mode
Pulse width is automatically varied in a cyclic pattern over a nominal 10 second period. Pulse width decreases over a period of 4 seconds from the initial setting to a value 70% less.
The narrower pulse width continues for 1 second. It then increases over a period of 4 seconds to its initial setting. The cycle is then repeated. Pulse rate and pulse width are fully adjustable.
19
Constant Mode(C)
The pulse rate and pulse width are adjustable. It generates continuous stimulation is delivered .
20
Synchronous Mode(S)
Output from both channels occurs synchronously. The "ON" time includes "Ramp Up" and "Ramp Down" time. Therefore, the setting of ON Time should be no less than two times of the "Ramp" time in this mode.
21
Alternate Mode(A)
The stimulation of the CH2 will occur after Mode(A) the 1st contraction of CH1 is completed. In this mode, the setting of ON Time should be no less than two times of the "Ramp" time. The OFF Time should be equal to or greater than the ON Time.
ON TIME ≥Ramp up + Ramp down
OFF TIME ≥IN TIME
22
Mode P

The pre-set parameters of the 9 programs are as given below:

Program
Mode
Pulse Rate
Pulse Width
Timer
P1
Constant
80Hz
180µs
Continue
P2
Burst
100Hz
(Burst Rate:2Hz)
180µs
Continue
P3
-70% P.W.Modulation
80Hz
50µs-180µs
Continue
P4
Mixed Frequency
15Hz in 3 Sec
/2Hz in 3 Sec
180µs
Continue
P5
Mixed Frequency
80Hz in 3 Sec /
2Hz in 3 Sec
180µs
Continue
P6
Constant
10Hz
180µs
Continue
P7
Constant
80Hz
60µs
Continue
P8
Constant
80Hz
180µs
30 Minutes
P9
Burst
100Hz(Burst Rate:2Hz)
180µs
30 Minutes
23
Timer
Adjustable, from 5 to 60 minutes minutes and continue(C), 5 minutes each step.
24
Patient
Compliance Meter
This unit can store 60 sets of operation records. Total recorded time is 999 hours.
25
Low Battery Indicator
A low battery indicator will show up when the battery is low.
26
Operating Condition
Temperature:0°-40°C
Relative Humidity: 30%~75%
Atmosphere Pressure : 700Hpa~1060Hpa
27
Remark
There may be up to a +/-10% tolerance of all parameters and +/-20% tolerance of output amplitude & voltage.
 
 

 

What is an EMS Muscle Stimulator Unit and How Does It Work?

A Review of Electrical Muscle Stimulation
Stimulation? 

Electrical Muscle Stimulation is an internationally accepted and proven way of treating muscular injuries. It works by sending electronic pulses to the muscle needing treatment; this causes the muscle to exercise passively. It is a product derived from the square waveform, originally invented by John Faraday in 1831. Through the square wave pattern it is able to work directly on muscle motor neurons.

This is being widely used in hospitals and sports clinics for the treatment of muscular injuries and for the re-education of paralyzed muscles, to prevent atrophy in affected muscles and improving muscle tone and blood circulation.

What are benefits of EMS (Electronic Muscle Stimulation)

1. Relaxation of muscle spasms

2. Prevention or retardation of disuse atrophy

3. Increasing local blood circulation

4. Muscle re-education

5. Immediate post-surgical stimulation of calf muscles to prevent venous thrombosis

6. Maintaining or increasing range of motion

How does Muscular Stimulator work? The EMS units send comfortable impulses through the skin that stimulate the nerves in the treatment area. Because the stimulation of nerves and muscles may be accomplished by electrical pulses this modality can help prevent disuse atrophy. Accordingly, incapacitated patients can receive therapeutic treatment to create involuntary muscle contractions thereby improving andmaintaining muscle tone without actual physical activity. 

The EMS Muscle Stimulator is an easy to use system. A marvel of miniaturized electronics the lightweight power unit transmits electrical pulses through the skin surface and stimulates motor units (nerve and muscles). The electrical impulses are "ramped" so that they closely emulate natural muscle contractions.

EMS is helpful in conditions where the reduction of physiological range of motion is due to or the result of fractures with consequent immobilization, operative intervention, or arthroscopy, in shoulders, knees, and backs.

EMS units are used to treat a number of medical conditions that require muscle stimulation. The most common are: long-term disuse after fracture or prolonged bed rest, progressive strengthening for join and muscle injury, immoblized limbs, atrophy prevention , stress incontinence, muscle weakness, improving muscle tone, after weight loss or childbirth, muscle spasticity following a stroke.

Most common uses: Prevent or retard disuse atrophy, strengthening programs, reeducate muscles, postop orthopedic surgery, joint replacement, gait training, shoulder subluxation and reduction of muscle spasms.


Electrotherapy and Chronic Pain

Electrotherapy can help relieve and manage chronic pain. This kind of pain is usually the result of an accident or other injury, perhaps to the lower back or a joint in the hand or knee. If it lasts long enough, the pain itself becomes a disease. The most common forms of chronic pain are back pain and arthritis.

Chronic pain is often treated with over-the-counter painkillers and prescription drugs. These drugs may have unwanted side effects and can be very expensive.

LGMedSupply has an excellent selection of Muscle Stimulators and TENS/EMS Combo Units. These are our top selling units. One is digital meaning you push buttons to make your adjustments on the screen, one is analog meaning you turn the dial to make your adjustments, change programs and settings, and also you see our DUAL COMBINATION Unit which is both a TENS and EMS in ONE!

All units come complete and new with hard carrying case, 9 Volt battery, 45 inch lead wires, and 4 electrodes which last 20-30 times.

 

Electrical Muscle Stimulation, also known as EMS, is a very popular way to shake the muscles and prevent muscle atrophy. Some patients need it desperately, that’s why a lot of doctors use it on a regular basis. EMS is good when the patient has been suffering from strong injuries and is put to bed for a long time. Muscle atrophy can be a consequence of this, so electrical muscle stimulation is the only way for these people to get their muscles strong again.
Electrical muscle stimulation is basically done by stimulating some parts of the body. For this purpose, an electronic device is used, the little electrodes of which are out directly on the body areas that need to be stimulated. A slow tension is then put on the wires, and muscle stimulation is done. By dialing the voltage, you can pick different pressure on the muscles, for creating various effects.
The electrical impulses are a strong stimulation for the muscles, and they really suffice in making the body feel in good shape again. The low voltage is usually done on smaller, involuntary muscle groups, which cannot be stimulated in other ways. The low voltage also stimulates the brain, which starts sending impulses through the involuntary muscles, thus stimulating them as well.
You may as well buy the device from an online store, or any kind of specialty store, and you can find for the meager price of twenty bucks, batteries and electrodes included.
Many people find their final relief when using the EMS device. It is so practical and easy to use. There are few things easier to comprehend. You can find cheap battery-loaded devices, as well as electronic plug-in stimulators, both for no big costs. The best thing about these devices is that you can also use them to lose weight and give tone to your muscles. You can make your muscles stronger and fitter. This kind ofstimulation is considered a safe way to keep a good form.

Morgan Hamilton offers expert advice and great tips regarding all aspects concerning electronics. Learn more at Electrical Muscle Stimulation

 

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