Description

Manufactured & Developed in Sweden

MID-LITE 904 is an easy to use professional medical laser that allows the operator to administer infrared laser light to reduce pain, inflammation and to promote healing and tissue repair. The MID-LITE 904 is designed to deliver state of the art treatment results, to be easy to learn, safe, and simple to keep records.

The 904 MID-LITE has 2 to 3 times better penetration than continuous wave lasers, due to super-pulsing at 20,000 mW.

Operation

The device has four different treatment controls that adjust the dosage and treatment time, according to whether the condition intended to be treated is situated superficially or deep. The laser apertures are placed in contact with intact normal skin and held in position until a signal is given. The signal informs when to switch treatment point.

Features

- Three superpulsed GaAs 904 nm laser diodes

- Signals can be changed to inform when each 1 Joule has been delivered per laser diode

- Audible signals ("beep") can be turned off

- Blue light LED’s indicates clearly when the lasers are active

- Battery status indicates when battery is becoming low

- Treatment time and dosage is displayed on LCD-display

- Automatic stop of laser emission at 10 minutes

- Key controlled to prevent unauthorized use

- Battery can be recharged and replaced

Laser Specification

Class 3B laser device

Laser type:                            GaAs (gallium arsenide)

Wavelength:                          904 nm ± 3 nm

Number of laser diodes:       3 x 904 nm

Bandwidth:                            ±2 nm

Average power output:        60 mW ± 10%

Super pulse (peak power):   20 000 mW/diode

Settable treatment times and dosage:

15s/0,9J;   30s/1,8J;   60s/3,6J;   120s/7,2J

Battery specification

Battery type:                         Lithium-ion (Li-Ion)

Capacity:                               2300 mAh

Recharge time:                     < 2,5 hours

Battery time stand-by:          >25 hours

Minimum battery time:         3 hours

Battery self-discharges:       > 1500 treatment hours