NeuroTrac
TM
IFC Rehab
IFC Stimulator / Dual channel TENS&NMS Stimulator
Three product in one!
OPERATION MANUAL
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NeuroTrac™ IFC Rehab Operation Manual
Table of Contents
1. Contra Indications Precautions and Warnings______________ _ 3
2. Introduction to the product______________________________6
2.1. What is Pain _____________________________________ 6
2.2. What is TENS_____________________________________ 6
2.3. What is NMS_____________________________________ 7
2.4. What is Interferential stimulation(IFC)________________ 7
3. Description of Display__________________________________ 8
4. Description of Controls _________________________________ 8
5. Operating NeuroTrac™IFC Rehab __________________________ 10
5.1. Getting Started __________________________________10
5.2. Setting up IFC custom programme__________________ 12
5.3. Setting up TENS/NMS custom programme____________ 13
5.4. IFC Programme table and modes____________________15
5.5. TENS/NMSProgramme table and modes______________17
5.6. Lock Mode function______________________________ 27
6. Skin Electrodes placement and maintenance___________ ____28
7. Care & Maintenance___________________________________ 30
8. Information regarding Electromagnetic
compatibility and interference (EMC) ______________________31
9. Technical Specification_________________________________ 35
10. Troubleshooting______________________________________39
11. Warranty____________________________________________40
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1. Contra indications Precautions and Warnings
Please read the following prescription information carefully before using your
NeuroTrac™ IFC Rehab. If you have any questions regarding this information,
consult with your physician or therapist before proceeding.
Contra indications:
Do not use NeuroTrac™ IFC Rehab:
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With demand type cardiac pacemakers
Over the carotid sinuses (neck) region,
Transcerebrally ( over the head),
Over the eyes,
Whenever pain syndromes are undiagnosed, until the etiology has been
established ,
When there is a tendency to hemorrhage following acute trauma or frac�
ture,
Following recent
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surgical procedures when muscle contraction may dis�
rupt the healing process,
Over areas of skin which lack normal sensation,
On cancer patients.
Warnings:
yy The NeuroTrac™ IFC Rehab mast be used with the guidance of a Clinician
or Therapist.
yy The long-term effects of continuous electrical stimulation are unknown.
yy Safety during pregnancy, labour and delivery has not been established for
either mother or foetus.
yy The NeuroTrac™ IFC Rehab is not effective in treating pain of central ori�
gin, including headache.
yy The NeuroTrac™ IFC Rehab in TENS or IFC mode provides symptomatic
treatment and as such suppresses the sensation of pain, which would oth�
erwise serve as a protective mechanism.
yy Adequate precautions should be taken in the case of persons with sus�
pected heart problems.
yy Adequate precautions should be taken in the case of persons with sus�
pected or diagnosed epilepsy.
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yy Stimulation should not be applied over the carotid sinus nerves, particu�
larly in patients with a known sensitivity to the carotid sinus reflex.
yy Application of electrodes near the thorax may increase the risk of cardiac
fibrillation.
yy Operation in close proximity (e.g. 1m) to a shortwave or microwave therapy
equipment may produce instability in the stimulator output.
yy Simultaneous connection of a patient to a high frequency surgical equip�
ment may result in burns at the site of the stimulator electrodes and pos�
sible damage to the stimulator.
yy Patient Electrodes are for single patient use only!
yy Do not use stimulation on your facial area unless you are under strict guid�
ance from a qualified clinician.
yy Stimulation should not be applied over the neck or mouth. Severe spasm of
the laryngeal and pharyngeal muscles may occur and the contraction may
be strong enough to close the airway or cause difficulty breathing.
yy Stimulation should not be applied transthoracically in that the introduction
of electrical current into the heart may cause cardiac arrhythmias.
yy Stimulation should not be applied transcerebrally.
yy Stimulation should not be applied over swollen, infected, or inflamed areas
or skin eruptions, e.g., phlebitis, thrombophlebitis, varicose veins, etc.
yy Stimulation should not be applied over, or in proximity to, cancerous le�
sions.
yy Electronic monitoring equipment (such as ECG monitors and ECG alarms)
may not operate properly when NeuroTrac™ IFC Rehab stimulation is in use.
yy Do not immerse unit into water or any other substance.
yy Do not insert lead wires into mains power supply
yy Do not use the NeuroTrac™ IFC Rehab in the presence of a flammable
anaesthetic gas mixture and air or with Oxygen or Nitrous Oxide.
yy If using rechargeable AA Nickel Metal Hydride batteries be sure to use CE
marked battery charger. We recommend not to use Ni-Cad type recharge�
able batteries.
yy Never connect the NeuroTrac™ IFC Rehab directly to a battery charger any
other mains powered equipment.
yy No modification of this equipment is allowed!
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Precautions:
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Isolated cases of skin irritation may occur at the site of the electrode place�
ment following long-term application. Consult your physician if skin irrita�
tion develops.
The effectiveness of NeuroTrac™ IFC Rehab in TENS mode is highly de�
pendent upon programme selection by a person qualified in the manage�
ment of pain patients.
Caution should be used in the presence of the following:
- When there is a tendency to hemorrhage following acute trauma or fracture
- Following recent surgical procedures when muscle contraction may disrupt the healing process
- Over the menstruating or pregnant uterus
- Over areas of the skin which lack normal sensation
Some patients may experience skin irritation or hypersensitivity due to
the electrical stimulation or electrical conductive medium. The irritation
can usually be reduced by using an alternate conductive medium or an
alternate electrode placement
Electrode placement and stimulation settings should be based on the
guidance of the prescribing practitioner
Powered muscle stimulators should be kept out of the reach of children
Powered muscle stimulators should be used only with the leads and elec�
trodes recommended for use by the manufacturer
Portable powered muscle stimulators should not be used while driving,
operating machinery, or during any activity in which involuntary muscle
contractions may put the user at undue risk of injury
Adverse Reactions:
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Skin irritation and electrode burns are potential adverse reactions.
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2. Introduction to the product
NeuroTrac™ IFC Rehab is a pain control and muscle stimulator device. It combines
Interferential stimulator (IFC), Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulator (TENS)
and Neuromuscular Electrical stimulator (NMS) in one unit. The device consists of
two independent circuits, one for IFC, another for TENS/NMS stimulation. There
are two output Channels for the NMS and another two for the IFC allowing it
to operate 2 pairs of electrodes for each side of the device. They are all isolated
from each other and work independently with no exchange of current between
any of the channels.
IFC Rehab has 11 built- in preset programmes for Interferential stimulation ,
12 for TENS stimulation and 15 for NMS stimulation. Additionally there are
custom programmes ( 2 for IFC, 2 for NMS and 1 for TENS) which allow to vary
programme parameters.
Each of two parts of the device ( IFC or TENS/NMS) can be locked separately by
Physician to prevent patient from changing programme parameters and to allow
verification of the training by collecting “total time used” and average output
amplitude statistic.
2.1. What is Pain
When we feel pain it is the body’s process of informing us that something is
wrong. To feel pain is important, without this feeling abnormal conditions may
go undetected, creating damage or injury to critical parts of the body.
Although pain is essential in warning our body of trauma or malfunction, nature
may have gone too far in its design. Continued long-term chronic pain has no
useful value apart from its importance in diagnosis. Pain only begins when a
coded signal travels to the brain where it is decoded, and analysed. The pain
message travels from the injured area of the body along small diameter nerves
leading to the spinal cord. At this point the message is switched to a different
kind of nerve that travels up the spinal cord to the brain area. The brain then
analysis the pain message, refers it back and the pain is felt.
2.2. What is TENS
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) is a non-invasive method of
controlling acute and principally long term intractable pain. It can also be used
as an adjunctive treatment in the management of post surgical traumatic pain
problems. In TENS mild electrical impulses are transmuted through the skin via
surface electrodes to modify the body’s pain perception. TENS does not cure
problematic physiological conditions; it only helps to control the pain perception.
TENS will not work for every user. However Physical Therapists and Physicians
throughout the world prescribe TENS extensively and it is generally seen to work
for the majority of users. There are millions of small nerve fibres throughout the
body and it only requires a few impulses to produce chronic pain. In addition to
small fibres, which allow the sensation of pain to be felt, the body is also made
up of larger diameter nerve fibres.
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These larger nerve fibres transmit less unpleasant sensations such as touch or
warmth, assisting us to form an impression of our environment.
Stimulating the larger nerve fibres using TENS may have the effect of inhibiting
the transmission of pain along the smaller nerve fibres to the spinal cord (this
effect is known as the ‘Pain Gate Theory’).
2.3. What is NMS (NMES)
Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation is the elicitation of muscle con�
traction using electric impulses. The impulses are generated by a device
and delivered through electrodes on the skin in direct proximity to the
muscles to be stimulated. The impulses mimic the action potential com�
ing from the central nervous system, causing the muscles to contract.
It is commonly used as a therapeutic intervention for muscle strengthening. It can
be used to augment the strength of either injured or healthy muscle. Generally
it is used on the superficial muscles of the arms and shoulder gridle, the legs,
and low back. An isolated injury with specific muscular strength deficits , such
as quadriceps weakness or lumbar para spinal weakness , is the most common
impairment that is treated with NMS for strengthening.
2.4. What is Interferential Stimulation (IFC)
Interferential stimulation differs from conventional neuromascular stimula�
tion (NMS) and transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS). Both TENS
and NMS uses discrete electric impulses delivered at low frequencies of 2-200
pulses per second which deliver most stimulation to the surface of the skin
directly under the electrode. Interferential stimulation depends upon the interaction or interference of two
medium-frequency electrical outputs that differ slightly in frequency. In other
words , the current that would be produced by one channel interacts with
(interferes with) the current produced by second channel and produces a net
ionic movement different from that produced by either channel alone. Such
resultant current (called interference current) has a frequency that is equal to
the difference in frequency of on the two channels. Since the frequencies of
interferential stimulation are much higher than those used in TENS and NMS
the tissue impedance is reduced and the currents are induced in deeper tissue
level. NeuroTrac™ IFC Rehab uses a fixed carried frequency of 4000Hz and an pre set
or adjustable frequency in a range: 4001 - 4150Hz. When the two frequencies
mix inside the tissue they interfere , producing an interference frequency.
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3. Description of display
IFC side TENS/NMS side
1. Programme number
2. Frequency
3. Lock status indication
4. Mode indiction
5. Programme timer
6. Modality indication
7. Channel 1, 2 mA level
8. Programme number
9. Lock status indication
10. Programme Hz, uS
11. Mode indication
12. Battery Level indication
13. Programme timer
14. Modality indication
15. Channel A, B mA level
4. Description of Controls
1. ON/OFF button.
Switches the unit on and off.
2. IFC Prog button
Scrolls through IFC programmes
(P01-P11 for predefined programmes
PC1and PC2 for custom programmes).
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3. IFC SET/ESC Button:
a). SET function (home screen of custom programme). Pressed and hold for
3 seconds enables to enter custom programme set up menu .
b). ESC function: while programme is running pressed one time pauses the
programme, reduces mA level to 0 and freezes the clock, pressed second
time returns to home screen; while in custom programme settings menu
saves the settings and returns to home screen.
4. IFC intensity buttons (Ch1+/- and Ch2+/-)
Start the programme and increase (or decreases) mA level. In custom pro�
gramme set up menu Ch1 buttons for parameter selection and Ch2 but�
tons for parameter value adjustment.
5. TENS/NMS intensity buttons (ChA+/- and ChA+/-)
Start the programme and increases ( or decreases) mA level. In custom
programme set up menu ChA buttons for parameter selection and ChB
buttons for parameter value adjustment.
6. TENS/NMS SET/ESC Button
a). SET function (home screen of custom programme). Press and hold for 3
seconds to enter the custom programme set up menu .
b). ESC function: while programme is running press once to pause the pro�
gramme , it reduces mA level to 0 and freezes the clock. Press again to
return to the home screen. If in custom programme settings menu and
ESC is pressed, it saves the settings and returns to the home screen.
7. TENS/NMS Prog button
Scrolls through TENS/NMS programmes
(P01-P11 for TENS programmes ,P13-P27 for
NMS programmes , PC1 for custom TENS ,PC2
and PC3 for custom NMS programmes) .
8. Timer buttons
Programme time adjustment.
9. TENS/NMS lock button.
10. IFC lock button.
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5. Operating NeuroTrac™ IFC Rehab
5.1 Getting started
1. Insert four AA batteries into the battery compartment (the battery images
engraved in the base of the compartment indicates correct battery position.
2. Connect the lead cables to the electrodes. The lead pins must be fully inserted
into the electrode connector.
3. Place the electrodes on the sides prescribed by your physician or therapist,
and press them firmly onto the skin (place the two electrode pairs that are
controlled by the same amplitude buttons on muscles that are about the
same size).
4. Insert the plugs at the end of the electrode lead cable into device output
sockets : CH1 and CH2 output sockets for IFC stimulation or CHA and CHB
output sockets for TENS/NMS stimulation.
5. Press On/Off button to switch the unit on. The unit always starts up with
previously selected programme.
6. Press IFC PROG button orTENS/NMS programme button to select the programme :
a) IFC PROG button: P01 - P11 for preset programmes, PC1 or C2 for
Custom programmes .
b)
TENS/NMS PROG button: P01-P12 for preset TENS programmes,
P13-P27 for preset NMS programmes, PC1 for TENS custom programme,
PC1 or PC2 for NMS custom programmes.
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7. When the programme is done amplitude automatically returns to 0
8. If required adjust the time of the programme by using timer button. Time of
predefined IFC , TENS and NMS P13-P15 programmes can be adjusted in the
range: 1min- 12hrs, ( Note: time of predefined NMS programmes P16 - P27
cannot be changed as these are multiphasic programmes).
How long do I use TENS or IFC for?
This depends on the individual patient’s
condition, accuracy of electrode place�
ment, stimulation and the characteristics
selected, but typically the onset of pain
relief starts after 20 - 30 minutes. General�
ly TENS is used for longer periods of nor�
mally 1 hour 30 minutes per session. With
some patients it can be much longer.
9. Start the stimulation by setting the desired amplitude using “+ Plus” buttons.
To reduce stimulation press the “ - Minus” buttons.
Note: Patients respond differently to the level of intensity, this is due to
differences in individual patient’s skin resistance, enervation and the type
and condition of electrode being used.
10. You can always stop the programme by pressing
To pause the programme press ESC button which will reduce mA to 0
and freeze programme time counter, pressing ESC again will return the
programme to home screen.
Intensity Lock Out Feature
To prevent an accidental increase of the treatment amplitude (intensity),
NeuroTrac™IFC Rehab has an Intensity Lock Out feature implemented. Once
the stimulation current is raised above zero, with no buttons activity for
greater than 10 seconds, the unit will lockout the Increase intensity buttons
(CH1+ and CH2+ for IFC or CHA+ and CHB+ for TENS/NMS). To deactivate
Intensity Lock out “- Minus” button needs to be pressed .
Open Circuit Detect
If the closed circuit is broken, for example if a lead wire is broken, or electrode
does not provide proper contact with the skin the current of the channels
switches off automatically which is indicated by the amplitude dropping to 0
mA and timer paused. To resume the treatment the problem needs to be cor�
rected and programme restarted by setting the amplitude. The programme
picks up where it left off.
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5.2. Setting up IFC Custom programme.
Continuous mode custom IFC programme (PC1)
1. Select PC1 by pressing IFC PROG. button
2. Press and hold IFC SET/ESC button for 3 seconds to enter custom pro�
gramme parameter adjustment menu
3. Flashing Hz symbol indicates that frequency can be adjusted. Use “CH2 +”
or “CH2 -” to adjust frequency in range from 1 - 150 Hz ( 1 Hz step)
4. Once frequency is adjusted press SET/ESC button to save settings and
return to Home screen
Work/Rest mode IFC custom programme(PC2)
1. Select PC2 by pressing IFC PROG. button
2. Press and hold SET/ESC button for 3 seconds to enter custom programme
parameter adjustment menu
3. Flashing Hz symbol indicates that frequency can be adjusted. Use “CH2 +”
or “CH2 - “ button to adjust frequency in range from 1 - 150 Hz ( 1 Hz step)
4. Press “CH1+” button to change to work time adjustment screen. Flashing
WORK segment indicates that work period can be adjusted. Use “CH2 +”
or “CH2 - “ button to adjust the time in range from 1 - 99 seconds (1 sec.
increments).
5. Press “CH1+” button again to change to rest time adjustment screen.
Flashing REST segment indicates that rest period can be adjusted. Use
“CH2 +” or “CH2 - “ button to adjust the time in range from 1 - 99 seconds
(1 sec. increments).
6. Press SET/ESC button to save settings and return to home screen.
If “CH1+” button was pressed again rather than SET/ESC then the device
would loop back to the Hz adjustment screen, similarly if “CH1-” button
was pushed LCD would loop back to Work time setting screen.
7. Repeat above procedure to re-adjust custom programme.
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5.3. Setting up TENS/NMS Custom programme.
Custom TENS programme (PC1)
1. Select PC1 by pressing TENS/NMS PROG. button
2. Press and hold TENS/NMS SET/ESC button for 3 seconds to enter custom
programme parameter adjustment menu
3. Flashing Hz symbol indicates that frequency can be adjusted. Use “ CHB
+” or CHB - to adjust frequency in range from 2 - 200 Hz (selectable Hz
values: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80,
100, 150 , 200)
4. Press “CHA+” button to change to Pulse Width adjustment screen. Flash�
ing µS segment indicates that pulse width can be adjusted. Use “CHB
+” or “CHB - “ button to adjust the width in range from 50 - 300 µS.
( selectable µS values: 50, 75, 100, 125, 150, 175, 200, 220, 250, 275, 300)
5. Once Pulse width has been adjusted press SET/ESC button to save set�
tings and return to Home screen.
If “CHA+” or “CHB -” button was pressed again rather than SET/ESC then
the device would loop back to the Hz adjustment screen .
6. Repeat above procedure to readjust custom programme.
Custom NMS programme (PC2, PC3)
1. Select PC2 or PC3 by pressing TENS/NMS PROG. button
2. Press and hold TENS/NMS SET/ESC button for 3 seconds to enter custom
programme parameter adjustment menu.
3. Flashing Hz symbol indicates that frequency can be adjusted.
Use “ CHB +” or CHB - to adjust frequency in range from 2 - 100 Hz (se�
lectable Hz values: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 , 9, 10, 12, 14, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 50,
60, 70, 80, 100 )
4. Press “CHA+” button to change to Pulse Width adjustment screen. Flash�
ing µS segment indicates that pulse width can be adjusted. Use “CHB
+” or “CHB - “ button to adjust the width in range from 50 - 450 µS.
( selectable µS values: 50, 75, 100, 125, 150, 175, 200, 220, 250, 275, 300,
450 )
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5. Press “CHA+” button again to change to work time adjustment screen.
Flashing WORK segment indicates that work period can be adjusted.
Use “CHB +” or “CHB - “ button to adjust the time in range from 1 - 99
seconds (1 sec. increments).
6. Press “CHA+” button again to change to rest time adjustment screen.
Flashing REST segment indicates that rest period can be adjusted. Use
“CHB +” or “CHB - “ button to adjust the time in range from 1 - 99 sec�
onds (1 sec. increments).
7. Press “CHA+” button again to change to ramp up time adjustment
screen. Flashing RMP segment indicates that ramp up time can be ad�
justed can be adjusted. Use “CHB +” or “CHB - “ button to adjust the time
in range 0.3 - 9.9 seconds ( 0.1 sec increments)
8. Press “CHA+” button again to change to ramp up time adjustment
screen. Flashing RMP segment indicates that ramp up time can be ad�
justed can be adjusted. Use “CHB +” or “CHB - “ button to adjust the time
in range 0.3 - 9.9 seconds ( 0.1 sec increments)
9. Press “CHA+” button again to change to output SYN/ALT selection screen
(synchronous or alternating) . Flashing SYN (or ALT) symbol indicates
that output type can be set to synchronous (SYN) or alternating (ALT).
Use “CHB +” or “CHB - “ button to select SYN or ALT.
Synchronous (SYN) means that both Channel A and Channel B will give
output at the same time of each Work period.
Alternating (ALT) means that Channel A will work while Channel B will
be off for one Work period and then for the next Work period Channel B
will be on while but Channel A will be off and so on until the end of the
programme time.
10.If SYN (Synchronous) has been selected, press the “CHA+” button
again to change to delay time adjustment screen. Flashing DLY symbol
indicates that delay time of channel B can be adjusted. Use “CHB +” or
“CHB - “ button to set required time in range 0 - 4 seconds ( 0.1 sec incre�
ments).
11.Once delay ( or output synchronization) has been adjusted press SET/ESC
button to save settings and return to Home screen.
If “CHA+” or “CHB -” button was pressed again rather than SET/ESC then
the device would loop back to the Hz adjustment screen .
12.Repeat above procedure to readjust custom programme.
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IFC predefined
5.4. IFC programme table and modes
Prog No.
MODE
P01
ABT
P02
ABT
P03
ABT
P04
SWP
P05
SWP
P06
Interferential
Frequency
Dwell , modulation
or W/R time
ABT
SWP
P07
ABT
1min -12h
SWP
P08
WORK/REST
P09
WORK/REST
P10
P11
WORK/REST
CON
CON
WORK/REST
IFC Custom
Prog.
PC1
CON
PC2
WORK/REST
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Description of IFC modes:
1. Abrupt (ABT)
Output with low frequency for a set dwell time and then abrupt change to
high frequency for the same dwell time. Cycle is repeated over programme
duration
2. Ramp (SWP)
Stimulation frequency ramps smoothly from low frequency to high fre�
quency for a defined modulation time , then back . Cycle is repeated over
programme duration
3. Intermittent stimulation (WORK/REST)
Intermittent stimulation where output amplitude ramps up in 0.5 sec. to
adjusted level and stimulates for a defined WORK time , then it ramps down
in 0.5 sec. to 0 mA, and stays with no stimulation for a defined REST time.
Cycle is repeated over programme duration.
4. Continuous (CON)
Train of constant value pulses on both channels delivered with no inter�
ruption for entire treatment period
5. Dual Treatment ( ABT / SWP, WORK/REST / CON)
In Programme P06, P07, P10, P11 two modes are combined together into
one programme. Each mode lasts for ½ of the defined total programme
time. When changing from one mode to another the amplitude is reduced
50 % and needs to be readjusted by patient to desired level.
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CUSTOM
NMS predefined
TENS predefined
5.5. TENS/NMS programme tables and modes
Prog No.
Mode
P01
CON
P02
CON
P03
BST
P04
MOD
P05
CON
P06
CON
P07
CON
P08
CON
P09
CON
P10
CON
P11
MOD
Frequency (Hz)
Pulse Width (µS)
Prog.
Time
1min -12h
P12
BST
P13
NMS
P14
NMS
P15
NMS
P16
NMS
50min
P17
NMS
40min
P18
NMS
37min
P19
NMS
35min
P20
NMS
35min
P21
NMS
25min
P22
NMS
50min
P23
NMS
30min
P24
NMS
35min
P25
NMS
50min
P26
NMS
15min
1min-1.5h
P27
NMS
55min
PC1 Custom
CON
1min -12h
PC2 Custom
NMS
PC3 Custom
NMS
1min-1.5h
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Description of TENS/NMS modes
1. Continuous /Conventional TENS (CON)
Continuous train of constant value pulses (fixed frequency and pulse dura�
tion) on both channels delivered with no interruption for entire treatment
period.
2. Burst Modulated TENS (BST)
Regular burst of pulses ( nine pulses of 200µS or 175 µS at 150Hz) repeated
2 times per second .This mode is comparable to the low rate TENS technique
except that each low rate pulse is substituted for by a short BURST of pulses.
It is a combination of conventional and low rate TENS.
3. Modulated TENS
Systematic modulation( lowering from and rising to the maximum settings)
of the pulse duration and pulse frequency . This mode was designed to help
prevent nerve accommodation that some patient’s experience. It is achieved
by continuously cycling the pulse width and rate.
Modulation is exponential. For example: Modulation time 6 seconds,
50-250 µS means starting at 50 µS increasing exponentially (fast then
slow) to 250 µS in 3 seconds and returning (fast then slow) back to 50 µS
to complete the cycle in 6 seconds.
4. NMS (Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation)
Intermittent stimulation where output amplitude ramps up in to adjusted
level and stimulates for a defined WORK time , then it ramps down to 0
mA, and stays with no stimulation for a defined REST time. Cycle is repeated
over programme duration.
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Programme : P13
Phase time
Phase 1
min
Mode
Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4
Phase 5
Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4
Phase 5
6
CON
Frequency work
Frequency rest
Pulse duration
Ramp up time
secs
Ramp down time
secs
Work time
secs
Rest time
secs
Alternating
Synchronous
Overall time
√
6 min
Programme: P14
Phase time
Phase 1
min
Mode
20
CON
Frequency work
Frequency rest
Pulse duration
Ramp up time
secs
Ramp down time
secs
Work time
secs
Rest time
secs
Alternating
Synchronous
Overall time
√
20 min
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Programme: P15
Phase time
Phase 1
min
Mode
Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4
Phase 5
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4
Phase 5
5
12
7
10
16
CON
W/R
CON
W/R
CON
√
√
√
√
√
50
W/R
Frequency work
Frequency rest
Pulse duration
Ramp up time
Ramp down time
Work time
Rest time
Alternating
Synchronous
Overall time
√
50 min
Programme: P16
Phase time
min
Mode
Frequency work
Frequency rest
Pulse duration
Ramp up time
Ramp down time
Work time
Rest time
Alternating
Synchronous
Overall time
50 min
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Programme: P17
Phase time
min
Mode
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4
Phase 5
5
12
5
12
6
CON
MF
CON
MF
CON
√
√
√
√
√
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4
Phase 5
5
10
10
12
CON
MF
MF
CON
√
√
√
√
Frequency work
Frequency rest
Pulse duration
Modulation Time
Ramp up time
Ramp down time
Work time
Rest time
Alternating
Synchronous
Overall time
40 min
Programme: P18
Phase time
min
Mode
Frequency work
Frequency rest
Pulse duration
Modulation Time
Ramp up time
Ramp down time
Work time
Rest time
Alternating
Synchronous
Overall time
37 min
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Programme: P19
Phase time
min
Mode
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
5
20
10
CON
W/R
CON
√
√
√
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
5
15
15
Cont
W/R
Cont
√
√
√
Phase 4
Phase 5
Phase 4
Phase 5
Frequency work
Frequency rest
Pulse duration
Ramp up time
Ramp down time
Work time
Rest time
Alternating
Synchronous
Overall time
35 min
Programme: P20
Phase time
min
Mode
Frequency work
Frequency rest
Pulse duration
Ramp up time
Ramp down time
Work time
Rest time
Alternating
Synchronous
Overall time
35 min
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Programme: P21
Phase time
min
Mode
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4
Phase 5
5
5
5
5
5
CON
W/R
CON
W/R
CON
√
√
√
√
√
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4
Phase 5
20
20
10
MF
MF
W/R
√
√
√
Frequency work
Frequency rest
Pulse duration
Modulation time
Ramp up time
Ramp down time
Work time
Rest time
Alternating
Synchronous
Overall time
25 min
Programme: P22
Phase time
min
Mode
Frequency work
Frequency rest
Pulse duration
Modulation time
Ramp up time
Ramp down time
Work time
Rest time
Alternating
Synchronous
Overall time
50 min
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Programme: P23
Phase time
min
Mode
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
5
15
10
CON
W/R
CON
√
√
√
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4
Phase 5
Phase 4
Phase 5
Frequency work
Frequency rest
Pulse duration
Ramp up time
Ramp down time
Work time
Rest time
Alternating
Synchronous
Overall time
30 min
Programme: P24
Phase time
mins
Mode
10
25
CON
CON
√
√
Frequency work
Frequency rest
Pulse duration
Modulated time
Ramp up time
Ramp down time
Work time
Rest time
Alternating
Synchronous
Overall time
35 min
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Programme: P25
Phase time
min
Mode
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4
Phase 5
5
15
10
15
5
CON
W/R
W/R
W/R
CON
√
√
√
√
√
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4
Phase 5
5
3
3
2
2
CON
W/R
W/R
W/R
W/R
√
√
√
√
√
Frequency work
Frequency rest
Pulse duration
Ramp up time
Ramp down time
Work time
Rest time
Alternating
Synchronous
Overall time
50 min
Programme: P26
Phase time
min
Mode
Frequency work
Frequency rest
Pulse duration
Ramp up time
Ramp down time
Work time
Rest time
Alternating
Synchronous
Overall time
15 min
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Programme: P27
Phase time
min
Mode
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
25
20
10
CON
CON
CON
√
√
√
Frequency work
Frequency rest
Pulse duration
Modulation time
Ramp up time
Ramp down time
Work time
Rest time
Alternating
Synchronous
Overall time
55 min
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5.6. Lock Mode function
A “concealed” Lock buttons are included in the NeuroTrac™ IFC Rehab, which
allows the Physician to accurately monitor the “Home Compliance” of the patient
between appointments. The lock function allows the device to be locked in
two ways (Note: IFC side and TENS/NMS side have lock button therefore can
be locked independently).
1.
L: T - to measure the time in use (over one hour), and the average mA
current used, leaving the programmes and its parameters to be freely
altered by the user.
2.
L: PT - to measure, time in use ( over one hour) , mA current used and
locking the programme and parameters in place, which then cannot be
changed or altered by the patient during use.
Locking the unit.
The Lock buttons will only respond in the “Home” screen. That is when a
programme has been selected and set up ready to start.
Remove the battery cover and, using pin ( i.e lead wire pin) gently press on
the concealed lock button until you hear a double bleep. L: T will appear on
the LCD screen. If you want to lock the parameters as well press the CH2+/buttons ( for IFC side) or CHB+/- buttons ( for TENS/NMS side) until L: PT
appears. Press the SET/ESC button to save lock setting and return to home
screen. Once device is locked symbol
appears on LCD.
Unlocking the unit.
To unlock the unit and display the lock information, remove the battery cover,
using the pin press the concealed switch once and you will hear a single bleep,
this indicates the unit is now unlocked. The information for time in use and the
average m A current used can be read on the front of the LCD display as seen on
the picture below (unlock screen for TENS P06). Once the information is noted
press the SET/ESC button to bring the unit back to the Home position.
Accumulated
time the pro�
gramme was
used since Lock
Average mA level
on Channel A
Average mA level
on Channel B
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6. Skin Electrodes( Self- adhesive electrodes)
Electrode placement
The placement of electrodes is one of the most important parameters in achiev�
ing effective pain relief using TENS. This is best left to your Physiotherapist or
Physician to advise as to which location is most appropriate.
Quadripolar orientation of electordes for IFC stimulation.
True interferential stimulation requires the use of four electrodes placed on the
body as described in the diagram below. Each pair of electrodes creates a current
flow between them. When two pairs of electrodes are used, the current flows
intersect within the tissue. By making the frequencies for the two channels of
stimulation slightly different, an interference or “beat” frequency is established
at the point of intersection. This “quadrapolar” interferential effect provides a
greater amount of stimulation deeper within the tissue than non-interferential
modes of electrotherapy.
A conceptual drawing of quadripolar ( 4 electrodes) stimulation with
interference taking place within tissue
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Avaliable types of electordes
Shape
Code
Description
VS.4040
40 x 40 mm, square (* max
53mA)
VS.5050
50 x 50 mm, square
(recommended for general use)
VS.9040
90 x 40 mm, rectangular
VS.9050
90 x 50 mm, rectangular
VS.10050
100 x 50 mm, rectangular
VS.30
30 mm diameter, round
(* max 46mA)
VS.50
50 mm diameter, round
* IMPORTANT : Don’t use VS 4040 at more than 53mA and VS3030 at
more than 46 mA.
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Practical tips
++ If you find the electrodes will not stick due to oily skin, cleanse the skin with
soap and water, then rinse and dry the area around the electrode site. If this
does not work, try cleansing the skin with a swab impregnated with alcohol.
++ Clip away hairy skin using scissors; don’t use a razor to remove the hairs!
++ The electrodes conductive material is water- based. If it becomes saturated
(e.g. from perspiration), it will lose its adhesive qualities. After use leave the
electrodes face up overnight to dry out. At some point the electrodes will
become dry. Moisten the adhesive surface with a few drops of water, and
apply onto the plastic film overnight. This procedure will give you a few more
days of electrode life.
++ Replace electrodes onto plastic film after use. If they drop onto the floor
debris will adhere to conductive gel rendering the electrodes ineffective.
7. Care & Maintenance
The Unit
yy Never expose the stimulator to water. Wipe it off with a damp cloth if
necessary.
yy Do not use cleaning sprays or alcohol based cleaning solutions
Batteries
yy Check periodically for any discharge from the battery
yy Remove battery completely from unit if not in use for any extended period
of time (typically one week)
yy The battery icon is shown on TENS/NMS side of the display at all times
during operation. As the battery discharges, the five bars on the battery
icon disappear. Once all bars have disappeared (voltage below 4.4 V), the
outline of the battery icon will start to flash. This means that the battery
must be replaced.
time to replace/recharge
full battery
yy Preferably use AA alkaline or rechargeable batteries.
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Lead Wires
yy Use only the set of lead wires provided with the device.
yy When connecting and disconnecting the lead wires, do so by using the
plugs, not the cords
yy The lead wires should be handled carefully and never stretched, as this
can cause the stimulation to function below normal standards or not at
all.
yy Examine lead wires before each treatment for loose connections or dam�
age.
yy Avoid stretching and twisting the lead wires.
yy Store the lead wires carefully after each use (lead wires are best preserved
if left attached to stimulator between sessions).
Caution: Static electricity may damage this product
Note: Only Verity Medical Ltd. or appointed distributors/importers are approved
to undertake servicing.
8. Information regarding Electromagnetic com�
patibility and interference (EMC)
NeuroTrac™ products are designed to produce very low levels of radio frequency
(RF) emissions (interference), to be immune from effects of interference pro�
duced by other equipment operating in their vicinity and damage due to electro�
static discharge, all when operating in a typical domestic and or clinical environ�
ment. They are certified to meet the international EMC standard EN60601-1-2.
For more information please refer to the tables 201, 202, 204 and 206.
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Table 201: Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration
- electromagnetic emission
The NeuroTrac™ product is intended for use in the electromagnetic environ�
ment specified below. The customer or the user of the The NeuroTrac™ product
should ensure that it is used in such environment
Emission test
Compliance
RF emission
The NeuroTrac™ product uses RF energy
only for its internal function. Therefore, its RF
emissions are very low and are not likely to
cause any interference in nearby electronic
equipment
Group 1
CISPR 11
Electromagnetic environment guidance
RF emission
CISPR 11
Class B
Harmonic emissions
IEC 61000-3-2
Not applicable
Voltage fluctuations/
flicker emissions
IEC 61000-3-3
Not applicable
The NeuroTrac™ product is suitable for use
in all establishments , including domestic es�
tablishments and those directly connected to
the public low voltage power supply network
that supplies buildings used for domestic
purposes
Table 202: Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration
– electromagnetic immunity
The NeuroTrac™ product is intended for use in the electromagnetic environ�
ment specified below. The customer or the user of theNeuroTrac™ product
should assure that it is used in such an environment, and that precautions
regarding that environment are heeded.
Immunity test
Electrostatic
discharge (ESD)
IEC 61000-4-2
Power frequency
(50/60 Hz)
magnetic field
IEC 61000-4-8
IEC 60601
test level
6 kV contact
±8 kV air
3 A/m
Compliance
level
Electromagnetic environment guidance
±6 kV contact
±8 kV air
Floors should be wood, con�
crete or ceramic tile. If floors are
covered with synthetic material,
the relative humidity should be
at least 30 %.
3 A/m
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Power frequency magnetic
fields should be at levels char�
acteristic of a typical location in
a typical commercial or hospital
environment.
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Table 204: Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration
– electromagnetic immunity
The NeuroTrac™ product is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment
specified below. The customer or the user of the NeuroTrac™ product should
assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity
test
IEC 60601
test level
Compliance
level
Electromagnetic environment
guidance
Portable and mobile RF communications
equipment should be used no closer to
any part of the NeuroTrac™product,
including cables, than the recommended
separation distance calculated from the
equation applicable to the frequency of
the transmitter.
Recommended separation distance
Conducted RF
IEC 61000-4-6
3 Vrms
150 kHz to
80 MHz
Radiated RF
IEC 61000-4-3
3 V/m
80 MHz to
2,5 GHz
3 Vrms
150 kHz to 80
MHz
3 V/m
80 MHz to 2,5
GHz
d = 1.2 √P 150 kHz to 80 MHz,
d = 1.2 √P 80 MHz to 800 MHz
d = 2.3 √P 800 MHz to 2.5GHz
where P is the maximum output power
rating of the transmitter in watts (W) ac�
cording to the transmitter manufacturer
and d is the recommended separation
distance in meters (m).
Field strengths from fixed RF transmit�
ters, as determined by an electromag�
netic site survey a,
should be less than the compliance level
in each frequency range b. Interference
may occur in the vicinity of equipment
marked with the
following symbol:
NOTE 1 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is
affected by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.
a Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio (cellular/cordless)
telephones and land mobile radios, amateur radio, AM and FM radio broadcast and TV broad�
cast cannot be predicted theoretically with accuracy. To assess the electromagnetic environ�
ment due to fixed RF transmitters, an electromagnetic site survey should be considered. If
the measured field strength in the location in which NeuroTrac™ product is used exceeds
the applicable RF compliance level above, the NeuroTrac™ product should be observed to
verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional measures may be
necessary, such as reorienting or relocating the NeuroTrac™ product.
b Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than 3 V/m.
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Table 206: Recommended separation distances between portable and mobile
RF communications equipment and NeuroTrac™ product
The NeuroTrac™ product is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment
in which radiated RF disturbances are controlled. The customer or the user of
the NeuroTrac™ product can help prevent electromagnetic interference by
maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF communica�
tions equipment (transmitters) and the NeuroTrac™ product as recommended
below, according to the maximum output power of the communications equip�
ment
Rated maximum output
power of
transmitter
W
Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter
150 kHz to 80 MHz
d =1.2 √P
80 MHz to 800 MHz
d =√1.2 P
800 MHz to 2,5 GHz
d = √2.3 P
0,01
0.12
0.12
0.23
0,1
0.38
0.38
0.73
1
1.2
1.2
2.3
10
3.8
3.8
7.3
100
12
12
23
For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended
separation distance d in meters (m) can be estimated using the equation applicable to
the frequency of the transmitter, where P is the maximum output power rating of the
transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer.
NOTE 1 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range
applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is
affected by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.
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9. Technical Specification
General
Number of channels:
2 for TENS/NMS and 2 for IFC
Channel isolation:
Depends upon use of 4 independent
transformers.
Output Regulation:
Constant Current
Waveform:
IFC - Symmetrical square biphasic
with zero net DC.
TENS/NMS - Asymmetrcal, square, biphasic with zero net DC.
Energy source:
4 x 1.5V AA non-rechargeable or
4 x 1.2V AA rechargeable batteries.
Response to the voltage of the batteries:
If the voltage goes below 4.4 volts +/- 0.2 the empty battery symbol will flash on and off once every second.
If the voltage is below 4.0 volts +/- 0.2 the unit will not turn on.
Open Electrode detect:
If an open circuit is detected at the output of the
Channel 1 and 2 or Channel A and B the output current will be reduced to 0 (for both CH1 and CH2 or CHA and CHB channel).
Size:
L:152mm, W: 89mm, D: 35mm
Weight:
0.3 Kg ( including batteries)
Environmental
Specification:
Storage and transport
Temp: -10 to +50 degrees Centigrade.
Humidity - 0-90%
Operating
Temp: +10 to +30 degrees Centigrade.
Humidity - 0-90%
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Interferential Stimulation (IFC)
Carrier Frequency:
4000Hz nominal , fixed
Adjustable Frequency:
4001-4150Hz nominal, adjustable
Interference Frequency:
1-150 Hz , equal to the difference frequency
between Carrier and Adjustable frequency.
Determined by frequency setting
Output Configuration:
Quadra polar (4 -electrodes)
- Output Channel 1 delivers Carrier frequency
- Output Channel 2 delivers Adjustable fre�
quency
Interference occurs within tissue, maximal at
point of intersection among four electrodes
(see the picture on page 28)
Amplitude:
0 -50 mA (indication only; actual mA will tend
to be less than indicated due to electrode im�
pedance.
Pulse width:
125 µS
Treatment time:
1 min - 12 hours ( selectable)
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TENS
Amplitude:
0 - 80 mA
Indication only; actual mA will tend to be less
than indicated due to electrode impedance.
Pulse width:
50 - 300 µS - selectable in PC1 (2% accuracy)
Frequency:
2 - 200 Hz - selectable in PC1 (2% accuracy).
Modes:
Continuous
Modulated - 6-second cycle of concurrent
width modulation and pulse repetition rate
modulation. Width starting at 200 µS and de�
creasing exponentially to 100 µS in three sec�
onds and then returning back to 200 µS in the
next three seconds.
Burst Modulated -Bursts of 9 pulses 150 Hz at
175 or 200 µS, repeating twice every second.
Treatment time:
1 min - 12 hours selectable in PC2 or PC3
NMS
Amplitude:
0 -90 mA
Indication only; actual mA will tend to be less
than indicated due to electrode impedance.
Pulse width:
50 - 450 µS - selectable in PC2 or PC3
(2% accuracy)
Frequency:
2 - 100 Hz - selectable in PC2 or PC3
(2% accuracy)
Ramp Up:
0.3 - 9.9 sec. Hz - selectable in PC2 or PC3
Timing of stimulation:
Synchronous or Alternating selectable in PC2
or PC3
Treatment time
1 min - 1hr 30 min., selectable in PC2 or PC3
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Key to symbols used on the Device labeling.
Caution, consult accompanying documents
BF applied part equipment (Body Floating)
This product is manufactured in compliance with the Medical
Device Directive MDD93/42/EEC under the supervision of
SGS, Notified Body number 0120
Follow instructions for use
Disposal of the devices
At the end of the product life cycle, do not throw this prod�
uct into the normal household garbage, but take it to a col�
lection point for the recycling of electronic components
Some product materials can be re-used if you take them
to recycling point. By re-using some parts or raw materials
from used products you make an important contribution
to the protection of the environment . Please contact your
local authorities if you need more information about col�
lection points in your area.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment can have poten�
tially harmful effects on the environment.
Incorrect disposal can cause harmful toxins to built up in the
air, water and soil and can be harmful to human health.
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10. Troubleshooting
Problem
The display does not
come on and there is
no signal from the unit
Possible cause
Remedy
Batteries discharged
Replace batteries
Batteries were incor�
rectly positioned
Remove battery and replace
correctly
The unit turns on , but Lead wires not fully in� Remove plug , reinsert
does not carry out com� serted
mands
Broken Lead wires
Replace lead wires
Battery symbol flashing
The battery voltage is
Replace the battery
low
Replace broken accessory
If the closed circuit is broken,
for example if a Lead wire is
broken, the current to both
channels (TENS/NMS or IFC)
Open circuit detected:
switches off automatically.
Current drops to 0 mA
Excessive resistance results
and readjustment to Broken lead wire.
in amplitude being dropped
higher than 10mA level Broken electrode wire.
to zero and displayed as 0
Poor skin/electrode con�
is not possible.
mA (flashing). Correct the
tact.
problem by making sure the
connection is re-established
(new wires, new electrodes,
check on skin connection)
and restart the programme
by setting the amplitude.
If you cannot find the answer from the above table, please visit our website
www.veritymedical.co.uk, select CONTACT US and then select KNOWLEDGE BASE
to get the most up to date list of possible solutions.
If you experience a continuous problem and are thinking of returning the product
or getting it fixed, please read the warranty section on page 40:
- Contact your Distributor who may be able to guide you through any issues.
- You will need to obtain notice from the Distributor from whom you purchased the
unit before returning it to them for replacement or repair (sometimes the returned
products are not faulty and there is another reason for it not working, in this situa�
tion you might be charged for postage and/or product examination).
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11. Warranty
Verity Medical Ltd., provides a warranty to the original purchaser that this prod�
uct will be free from defects in the material, components and workmanship
for a period of 2 years from the date of purchase by the Distributor [invoice
date from Verity Medical to the appointed Distributor].
If the distributor from whom the product was purchased by the user is
satisfied that the product is defective, the user may return the unit directly
to this Distributor who will forward it to Verity Medical Ltd. All such returns
from the Distributor to Verity Medical must be authorised by Verity Medical
Ltd., in advance. The liability of Verity Medical Ltd., under this limited product
warranty does not extend to any misuse or abuse such as dropping or immers�
ing the unit in water or other liquid substance or tampering with the unit or
normal wear and tear. Any evidence of tampering will nullify this warranty.
Customer Service
Any queries should be addressed to:
Verity Medical Ltd.
Unit 7, Upper Slackstead Farm
Farley Lane, Braishfield
Romsey
Hampshire SO51 0QL
United Kingdom
Tel:
+44 (0) 1794 367 110
+44 (0) 1794 367 451
Fax:
+44 (0) 1794 367 890
Email: sales@veritymedical.co.uk
Web: www.veritymedical.co.uk
This product is manufactured by Verity Medical Ltd.,
in compliance with the European Union Medical
Device Directive MDD93/42/EEC under the
supervision of SGS, Notified Body number 0120.
Verity Medical Ltd., is certified by SGS to the
following Quality Standards:
ISO 9001:2008, ISO13485:2003.
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The Device is not for sale in the USA
Distributor:
Doc. Revised Issue Date: 28/09/2011 Document Number: VM-IFC184-OM001-2
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