ITO ES-5400 4 Channel Electrotherapy
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The ITO ES-5400 is the “Next Generation” 4 channel stim modalities that offer all the most commonly used electrotherapy currents. It is perfectly designed and easy to use device with a modern software and large colour touch screen that improves visibility and ease of use. The state-of-the-art touch screen offers the option of displaying a body diagram to assist the therapist in choosing the parameters based on the part of the body that is being treated. The ES-5400 is compatible with the SU-540BK vacuum unit. MDALL 100136.
**Please Note: The video above is for the ES-5200 which is the 2 channel version of the 4 channel ES-5400. Their functionality is identical.**
Size (W/D/H): 350 x 270 x 145 mm
Display size (H/W): 85.9 x 154 mm
Current mode: IF-4, IF-2, EMS, Russian, Hi-Voltage, TENS, MCR, Galvanic, Faradic, Diadynamic, Traebert, I/T Curve, AQ
Number of channels: 4 (for 2 channel, please see ES-5200)
IF carrier frequency: 2, 4, 5, 8, 10 kHz
Frequency: IF 1–250 Hz , EMS 20–250 Hz, HV 0.5–200 Hz, TENS 0.5–250 Hz, MCR 0.3–400 Hz, Galvanic 0.95–15.8 Hz, Faradic 20–250 Hz, Diadynamic 50–100 Hz Traebert 142 Hz
Current amplitude (peak): IF, EMS, TENS 100 mA / HV 600 mA / MCR 750 μA / Galvanic 20 mA / Faradic, Diadynamic, Traebert, I/T Curve, AQ 70mA
Vector sweep: 0°, 15°, 30° or 45°
Program memory: 28 Preset programs with 3D pictures and 120 free programmable memory
Timer max: 60 minutes
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What we have found remarkable since we became ITO’s Canadian distributor in 2012, is that ITO devices have no warranty issues!
Made in Japan, ITO physiotherapy products are used in medical facilities around the world. As a pioneer in the field of electrotherapeutic agents, ITO was an early adopter to embrace Evidence Based Medicine. ITO continually incorporates this philosophy in the development of innovative physio equipment. Stimulation currents from ITO products are stable throughout the wavelength, delivering the best therapeutic results because of this consistency. In 2004, ITO constructed a world-class Reliability Control Centre for advanced testing, inspection, verification and measurement.