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Why could pulsed lasers produce better results than constant wave lasers?

Is pulsing safe for our lasers?

Will pulse drive work with my existing 3V helmet power supply?

Do I need anything other than PulsedDrive to convert my Laser Messiah into a pulsed laser helmet?

Does PulseDrive come with a warranty?

Does PulseDrive come with instructions?

Why does PulseDrive incorporate three frequency modes?  What is the difference in these modes?


 

 

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Why could pulsed lasers produce better results than constant wave lasers?

This question is addressed on our Laser pulsing page
 

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Is pulsing safe for our lasers?

PulseDrive has been designed to operate with Aixiz 3.2V laser modules - the very same lasers used and recommended by OMG. The pulse parameters of peak-to-peak voltage and duty cycle are well within the manufacturer's specifications for these lasers and the manufacturer has advised that the pulsing parameters used by Spectralight are indeed safe.
 

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Will pulse drive work with my existing 3V helmet power supply?

No - PulseDrive requires anywhere from 7.5V to 9V and about 10 amps. The Spectralight power adaptor is 8V (which is the ideal voltage) and 12 amps. PulseDrive comes with everything you need including the Spectralight power adaptor.
 

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Do I need anything other than PulseDrive to convert my Laser Messiah into a pulsed laser helmet?
 
No - PulseDrive is supplied with the Spectralight power adaptor and all the connectors included.
 

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Does PulseDrive come with a warranty?
 
Yes - 90 days.
 

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Does PulseDrive come with instructions?
 
Yes an operating manual is included. The manual includes color pictures identifying all operational parts detailing how to use PulseDrive and how to connect the PulseDrive unit to your lasers and the power adaptor. The user manual is emailed to you after purchase a hard copy is not provided.
 

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Why does PulseDrive incorporate three frequency modes?  What is the difference in these modes and is it necessary to change the modes?
 
Essentially there is not enough research in order for us to definitively state that certain frequencies are best suited to certain LLLT applications. With respect to hair loss around 9Khz seems to be the preferred frequency. However research also suggests that over time people adjust to any form of external stimulus, thus to combat this, some LLLT practitioners recommend using multiple stimulation frequencies. In other words if you notice an initial boost in results with the 9Khz frequency and this boost starts to stabilise after, say 6 months then other pulse frequencies are available. Both 800hz and 727Hz have been shown to be great “general stimulation frequencies”.
 

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