The Sonopuls 692 is a versatile and highly advanced piece of equipment for ultrasound, electro and combination therapy. It offers all the options for the universal application of ultrasound with frequencies of 1 and 3 MHz. With these frequencies, both deep and surface tissue structures can be selectively treated. Continuous and pulsed applications of ultrasound are both possible. In addition, the Sonopuls 692 offers sixteen different types of current that can be applied at desire, in combination with the ultrasound
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Equipment for therapy using high frequency sound waves. The high frequency vibrations can cause a mechanical and thermal effect in the tissue. Ultrasound therapy promotes the body’s capacity for selfhealing and tissue repair.
COMBINATION THERAPY Equipment for electrotherapy and ultrasound therapy. This type of therapy can be applied side-by-side and at the same time, providing a very efficient therapy. Pain reduction in combination with ultrasound therapy provides rapid post-traumatic treatment, resulting in tissue repair in a minimum of time.
Current channels: 2, independent, fully galvanically isolated
Current types: 16 current types-36 variants
Ultrasound frequencies: 1 and 3 MHz
Ultrasound: continuous and pulsed
Pulse frequency / duty cycle: 100 Hz/ 5, 10, 20, 50, 80% 16 Hz / 20% -48 Hz / 20%
Number of US connections: 2
Number of vacuum
electrode connections(1): 4
Intensity: 0-2 W/cm2 continuous, 0-3 W/cm2 pulsed
Programmable positions: unlimited
Pre-programmed protocols: Over 100
Supply voltage: 100-240 V ± 10% (50/60 Hz)
Dimensions main unit: 39 x 37 x 12 cm (wxdxh)
Weight: 4,75 kg
Vacotron reservoir dimensions:39 x 37 x 6 (wxdxh)
Weight Vacotron reservoir: 1,5 kg
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The StatUS™ ultrasound treatment is the latest development in therapy and treatment comfort. StatUS™ stands for Stationary Ultra Sound. In other words: ultrasound applied without moving the treatment head (= stationary). StatUS™-Therapy, developed by Enraf- Nonius in collaboration with international institutes, is an innovative way of applying ultrasound – in a stationary (static) way. A unique treatment method that transforms the disadvantages of static ultrasound applications into advantages for both the therapist and the patient.
Handsfree ultrasound therapy can be performed with the