The Sota Magnetic Pulser MP7 is a high-intensity, impulse-driven local system.
This unit has 2 programs – fast (which produces 1 pulse per second) and slow (which produces 1 pulse every 4 seconds).
The maximum intensity is dependent on which program is chosen but cannot be adjusted. For the fast mode, the intensity level is lower, about 2,500 gauss (250,000 microTesla) at the surface of the paddle. For the slow mode, the intensity is upwards of 7,000 gauss (700,000 microTesla) at the surface of the paddle. Because of the nature of the signal (being an impulse, not an oscillating frequency), the intensity will decrease with distance more rapidly than with frequency-specific systems.
Treatment time is about 20 minutes for each program. The unit will shut off automatically after a program is finished.
The SOTA Magnetic Pulser units are classified as Consumer Products designed to be used as part of a Wellness Lifestyle. The SOTA units are not medical devices, nor are they intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any medical or health condition. The use, safety, or effectiveness of the SOTA units have not been approved by any government agency. Please consult a health practitioner for any medical or health condition. The results are not typical.
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