Frequency selector offers a complete frequency range - 1 to 500Hz
Unique wave pulse minimizes excessive charge build up in the tissue and damaging the nerve
Each of the 3 Channels are independently controlled
Special dial controls allow easy use yet safe operation
Built in battery life check with
The ES-130 (formerly IC-1107) is a 3 channel, safe, reliable and easy to use unit. Ideal for busy clinics that require multiple units. Low/high intensity settings. Frequency range from 1-500 Hz. Suitable for needles. Unique wave pulse minimizes excessive charge build up in the tissue.
With its fresh new look, the ES-130 is a compact, lightweight, sturdy, palmsize, high quality Japanese electro-therapy device. Featuring a High/Low switch on the back of the unit, the switch is toggled to Low to facilitate use with needles or to High for MEA electro-therapy. It offers three independently controlled output channels with adjustable frequency indicated by a flashing light. The waveform is a unique biphasic pulse which has been designed to minimize electrolysis damage to the needle. The pocket portable ES-130 is the smallest and smartest looking professional electro-therapy unit in the world, for use in or out of the office. This unit is not equipped with a point locator.
(adjusted with M - 20 to 150 Hz fine frequency dial)
L - 1 to 20 Hz
M - 20 to 150 Hz
H - 150 to 500 Hz
3 independent intensity channels
Low volts & current 0 to 10 volts, 0 to 20 milliamps
Hi volts & current 0 to 20 volts, 0 to 40 milliamps
Voltage, max 30 volts (100 kohm load)
100 microseconds (µS)
asymmetric biphasic square wave
1 x 9V battery
4.5" x 3.2" x 1.2"
3 X Lead Wire
1 X 9V Battery
1 X Carrying Case
Converter Jack (sold separately) converts rectangular CE jack to 3.5mm jack for use with all 3.5mm jack accessories.
Note: When using 9-volt Duracell Batteries with the ES-130, a thin shim (or paper) must be placed at the bottom of the battery to make proper contact (ie, Duracell are shorter in length). Also, in order to use the built-in battery check (located on the back side of unit), power must be turned on.
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Acupuncture Points in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM):
Acupoints used in treatment may or may not be in the same area of the body as the targeted symptom. The TCM theory for the selection of such points and their effectiveness is that they work by stimulating the meridian system to bring about relief by rebalancing yin, yang and qi (also spelled "chi"). This theory is based on the paradigm of TCM, not that of science.
Body acupoints are generally located by a measurement technique that is calibrated according to their proportional distances from various landmark points on the body. Acupoint location usually depends on specific anatomical landmarks that can be palpated. There are nearly 400 basic acupoints on the meridians. Many of these basic points are rarely used. Some points are considered more therapeutically valuable than others, and are used very frequently for a wide array of health conditions.
Categories of body acupuncture points:
The Five Transport Points system describes the flow of qi in the channels using a river analogy, and ascribes function to points along this flowline according to their location.
The Five Phase Points system ascribes each of the five phases - wood, fire, earth, metal and water - to one of the Five Transporting points.
Xi-cleft points are the points on the channel where the qi and blood gather and plunge more deeply.
Yuan-source points are points on the channel from where the yuan qi can be accessed.
Luo-connecting points are located at the point on the channel where the luo meridian diverges.
Back-shu points lie on the paraspinal muscles on either side of the spine.
Front-mu points are located in close proximity to the respective organ.
Hui-meeting points are a category of points that are considered to have a "special effect" on certain tissues and organs.