Electrical Power Supply: 230 V
AC Power Supply Frequency: 50 Hz
Absorbed Power: 50 W
Electrical Insulation Class: II
Type of Parts Applied: BF
Internal Fuse: 800 MA/250V
LF Magnetotherapy Operating Frequencies: 1-100 Hz
LF Flow Density Max: 200 Gauss PP
Radiated Cmp: 1-100 Gauss
Working Frequency Magneto HF (Carrier): 20 MHz
Working Frequency Magneto HF: 450-10000 Hz
HF Flow Density Max: 7 MW (On Resistive Load 75 Ohm)
Degree of Protection: IP21
CMP HF Irradiated: 3 MW (On Resistive Load 75 Ohm)
Working Frequency Phototherapy: 1-100 Hz
Wavelength: 420-620 NM/P
Working Frequency Ultrasound: 1 MHz
Waveform: Pulsed – Continuous
Duty Cycle – Duty Factor: 20 ÷ 100% 0.20 ÷ 1,00
Maximum Output Power (Corresponding to 100% Supply): 2.5 W/cm 2
Diameter of Ultrasonic Issuing Surfaces: 50 mm
Electrostimulation Frequency: 1 KHz (Sine Wave)
Electrostimulation Voltage (Manual Adjustment from 0 to 100%): 100 VPP (Maximum Amplitude)
Electrostimulation Current (Minimum Increase 0,5 Ma): 70 MA (Maximum Amplitude)
Duration of the Impulse: 0.5 Seconds
Pulsed Frequency Repeat: 1 Hz
Impedance: 1000 Ohm
Photocatalysis Issuers Area: 20 cm2
Magneto Issuers Area: 25.2 cm2
Ultrasound Effective Radiation Area: 36.9 cm2
Maximum Duration of Programs: 10-45 Minutes
SONICLIFE is the ultimate treatment device for the hands, combating all types of pain and discomfort caused by arthrosis and inflammation, including chronic pain in the hands, wrists, elbows and even pain from fibromyalgia. Thanks to its ultrasound, magnetotherapy, red light LLLT (low-level laser therapy), blue light phototherapy and TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) technologies, SONICLIFE can relieve users’ pain in a simple manner directly at their homes.
Using its ultrasound, TENS, magnetotherapy and LLLT phototherapy technologies, SONICLIFE can treat a range of ailments, including trigger finger, osteoarthritis, Dupuytren’s contracture, De Quervain syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, rhizarthrosis, algodystrophy and fibromyalgia.
Ultrasound therapy is one of the most common forms of physical therapy treatment. When tissue is exposed to ultrasound, the sound waves cause a micro-vibration within the tissue. This vibration creates heat energy that increases blood flow to the area, causing an increase in oxygen and chemicals that are essential for healing the damaged tissue. As well as increasing blood flow, ultrasound speeds up the transport of chemicals from the blood into the damaged tissue to promote healing. This process helps to build new tissue and ensure the proper alignment of the tissue fibres so that full strength and flexibility are restored.
Magnetotherapy promotes tissue regeneration and stimulates natural organic defences, producing its therapeutic effects by re-establishing order in a sector that is presumably in magnetic disorder. Magnetotherapy acts on bone tissues, lymphatic tissues and muscles, accelerating trophism and promoting the rehabilitation process. It is also ideal for treating phlogistic (inflammatory), traumatic and degenerative pathologies of the osteoarticular and musculotendinous apparatus. Pulsed magnetic fields improve osteogenesis (the formation of bone), favouring the increase in vascular supply (hyper-vascularisation) and an increase in bone resistance. Magnotherapy also lowers the risk of blood clots.
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is a form of electrotherapy and a method of pain relief involving the use of a mild electrical current. The electrical impulses help reduce the pain signals going to the spinal cord and brain by temporarily ‘switching off’ the nerve endings of the affected area, thus helping to relieve pain and relax muscles. These impulses also stimulate the production of endorphins, which are the body’s natural painkillers.
Blue light used with red has proved extremely effective in the treatment of skin ulcers, moderate forms of acne and skin ageing, as well as accelerating the post-surgical healing of wounds and afterpeeling treatments and laser surgery. Phototherapy also improves circulation in the skin and other parts of the body, bringing oxygen and nutrients to injured tissues to promote healing. It can help to ease pain, relieve inflammation and protect against oxidative stress. Red light is thought by many experts to offer not only an anti-inflammatory effect at the point of use, but also throughout the system. A recent study published in the Journal of Novel Physiotherapies confirms a pain reduction of more than 75% if LLLT is applied to the hands.