electra delivers different types of currents suited for most of the therapy of painful syndromes and for invigorating or hypertrophying treatment through passive gymnastics, and rehabilitation of normoinnervated and/or denervated muscular tissues.
electra, realized with the more advanced electronic technologies, it is proposed in 2 or 4 channels.
electra has: Diadynamic Current assures the success of the treatment of painful inflammatory conditions of muscles, articulations, peripheral nerves and, in the sporting medicine, the rapid resolution of traumas and hematomas. Faradic Current which allows the stimulation of normoinnervated muscles in every treatments.
Pulse Current, that thanks to a constant increment of the intensity respect the time, can be used for the stimulation of partially innervated or denervated muscles. Direct Current, that can be delivered singularly or mixed with diadynamic, faradic and pulse current, makes electra useful for the galvanization, the galvanic bath and the iontophoretic administration of drugs. Bipolar Current it allows the use for the invigorating and rehabilitative muscular stimulation. The symmetrical bipolarity of the stimulating waves improves the sensory acceptability of the stimulation, due to the soft perception of the delivered currents, avoiding other drawbacks to the electrolytic action of the monopolar stimulation. Interferential Current they assure the transfer of low frequency antalgic or motor stimulating current to deep tissue levels, though the aid of higher frequencies that reduce the cutaneous impedance with consequent diminution of problems of irritation of the epidermis.
Max output direct current 30 mA
Max output pulse current 70 mA
Max output voltage 100 Vdc
Power supply 90-240 Vac/50-60 Hz
Electrical input power
60 VA electra 2 / 90 VA electra 4
• Wide range of preset protocols
• Customized programs
• Planning sequence of treatment phases each channel allowed
• Completely indipendent channels
• Methods of safety control with deactivation of the output current in case of accidental detachment of the electrodes