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SWEEPER

USER MANUAL

Hand electrodes

SWEEPER Device

Induction loop

Cables for electrodes

Transport bag

Sweeper Set

SD Card with programs

Battery charger and USB

Operating Manual

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I. DESCRIPTION OF THE DEVICE

1.

OVERVIEW

Sweeper (hereinafter referred to as the „device”) is a mobile, electronic, programmable instrument for generating electromagnetic frequencies of small intensity and an inductive field.

It includes two independent generators:

- generator with output electrodes (range from 1 to 3,000,000 Hz) and a modulation option;

- generator of an electromagnetic field of small intensity with an output inductor

(induction loop, range from 1 to 100,000 Hz, including from 25,000 Hz to 100,000 Hz harmonically).

The device can generate frequencies both using one of the generators and two at the same time, with independent frequency settings within their ranges.

Every generator has an option of regulating amplitude of pulse oscillation and „pulsating” frequencies within the limits set by the user.

Built-in device memory is divided into a read-only memory that stores factory programs generating frequencies and a rewritable memory for programs created by the user using an appropriate software. User can manually enter and save the frequencies in Hz and kHz.

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Programs stored in „Composition” Menu using buttons controlling the device are stored separately from the „Personal Programs”. Menu programs that includes programs transferred by

USB port with software installed on the computer.

The device includes a microSD slot and is compatible with cards up to 2GB which significantly increases a number of programs you can save. The device has sockets for electrodes and external inductor. Built-in battery can be charged using miniUSB slot, the same you use to connect it to the computer.

2.

SPECIFICATION

PARAMETER

Used electric current, at most

Range of generated frequencies

Regulating amplitude of generators output

Regulating signal intensity of electrodes generator

Regulating signal intensity of inductor generator

Modulation (for the generator of electrodes)

VALUE

20 mA

1 to 3 000 000 Hz

To 18 V

10 levels

4 levels

To 100 000 Hz

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PARAMETER VALUE

Pulse range

Display resolution

Compatibility with microSD cards to 2 GB

Size

Weight without the package, at most

Weight of the set with package

How long the device can run continously*

1 to 3 000 000 Hz

128 x 64 px

Incompatible with SDHC

105 x 65 x 19 mm

0,112 kg

1,382 kg

8 hours

Power supply from the built-in battery (of NOKIA BL-4B type) Volume - 700 mAh voltage - 3,7 V

Charging battery via USB

* With normal intensity level that does not exceed an average and normal distribution of frequencies under standard load (50-100 kQ).

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3.

DEVICE STRUCTURE

LEGEND:

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– Display

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– On and off button

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– Select button

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– Menu navigation buttons - „up”

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– Menu navigation buttons - „down”

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– microSD card slot

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– slot for connecting left manual electrode

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– USB power slot

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– slot for connecting right manual electrode

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– socket for an external inductor (induction loop)

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5

1

2

3

10

6

7

8

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Fig 1 Device structure

The Producer reserves the right to change the configuration of the front panel in a way that does not lower the quality or convenience of operation of the device.

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4.

SYMBOLS THAT APPEAR ON THE DISPLAY

SYMBOL DESCRIPTION

Displaying time on the internal clock in 24-hour mode

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Marks the intensity of generators: electrodes (E) and inductor (I)

Sensor of interruption of generators’ circuit: electrodes (E) and inductor (I)

Sensor of device lock: electrodes (E) and inductor (I)

Only in the „Composition” mode. From left: number of the program and cell number

Sensor of program execution

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Sensor of a group of programs execution

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SYMBOL DESCRIPTION

Sensor of charged battery

Sensor of disabled sound

5.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

If a patient has an internal pacemaker, they absolutely cannot use the device.

The relative contraindications (unless the specialist recommends otherwise) include:

– malignant and benign cancers;

– epilepsy;

– pregnancy;

– acute coronary syndromes and acute cerebral blood flow disorders

– bleeding disorders;

– personal hypersensitivity to the influence of electromagnetic effect

– injured skin and skin diseases where skin touches the electrodes

– acute psychic agitation or inebriation

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6.

PRECAUTIONS

WARNING

If the device signals the need for charging the internal battery, you should charge the device and you cannot try to turn it on multiple time when doing so. This can damage the battery.

When the generator runs on frequencies higher than 200 kHz, power input is increased and consequently, the operating time of the device after a full charge is shortened. You absolutely cannot use the device during charging.

You cannot use the electric output of the generator for a long work with an external load of resistance exceeding 10 kQ, for example with a vessel or fluid.

- The device is constructed according to the requirements for products with an external power source (IEC 601-1-88).

- If you detect any irregularities in the operation of the device, you have to shut it down immediately.

- Do not use the device that has visible external damage (broken frame, broken display).

- Do not place the device close to open fire source.

- Do not expose the device to direct sunlight.

- Keep the device in a place where children cannot reach it.

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- Do not use the device in the bathroom and humid rooms.

- Children can use the device only if supervised by an adult.

- Do not place the device in a microwave.

- Do not disassemble the device.

- Do not immerse the device in water.

- Prevent the device from falling down.

- Prevent other objects from falling down on the device.

- Do not pull out cords rapidly from the device sockets.

- Protect the device against sudden changes of temperature.

7.

PREPARING FOR WORK

After taking the device out of the package please check it for mechanical damage.

After transport or storage in low temperature, the device cannot be switched on for at least two hours of keeping in a room temperature.

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8.

CONNECTING THE DEVICE

You should hold manual electrodes in your hands. You can also place them under you feet if you have problem with your low-er limbs.

Place the induction loop close to the afflicted area. You can put it around your neck, hang over your shoulder, place on your hips, joints, etc.

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II. WORK WITH THE DEVICE

1.

TURNING ON AND OFF

You will see a welcome screen on the display and after a few seconds the device will go to a language selection mode. You will see a list of available languages. Use „up” and „down” buttons to move up and down in a menu and select a language by pressing a selection button

„OK”. This is also how you generally move in all the menus of the device.

You will see main menu on the display and a voice message will inform you that the device is ready for use.

FIG. 1 Main menu

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MAIN MENU EXPLANATIONS

Generator

Basic set of programs

Personal programs

Programs on SD-card

Includes submenu for settings and starting the frequency generators

Includes 3 producer’s programs

Includes submenu for launching programs saved via USB port

Includes submenu for launching program from the inserted SD card

Includes submenu for settings of the device

Settings

You turn off the device by pressing and holding the „on/off” button . If the device is in the program execution mode, you have to stop the program first.

The device will turn off automatically if you won’t press any buttons for a period of time set in the

Settings” menu, „Auto shutdown” option and no correct program is selected. You turn off the device by pressing and holding the „on/off” button. If the device is in the program execution mode, you have to stop the program first.

The device will turn off automatically if you won’t press any buttons for a period of time set in the

Settings” menu, „Auto shutdown” option.

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2.

WORKING WITH THE GENERATOR

„GENERATOR” has two functions: „Tryb ręczny” and „Kompozycja”.

MENU „GENERATOR” EXPLANATIONS

Manual mode

Composition

Return

Entry to „Manual mode” submode.

Entry to „Composition” submode. Arranging the frequency programs using the device

Return to the main menu (pushing the button always takes you up one level)

2.1 MANUAL MODE

This mode is used for setting a specific frequency in the device or a sweeping function using the electrodes and inductor operating together or separately.

The mode is divided into a several submodes that enable to individually set a program of frequency therapy. To set a specific frequency or a set of frequencies use buttons , , and

FIG. 2

Manual mode

” Menu

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„MANUAL MODE”

SUBMENU

Electrodes

Frequency

Slide to

Modulation

Inductor

Frequency

Slide to

Duration

Run

Save As

Back

EXPLANATIONS on/off

0,00 – 3 000 000,00 Hz

0,00 – 3 000 000,00 Hz

0,00 – 100 000,00 Hz on/off

0,00 – 25 000,00 Hz

0,00 – 25 000,00 Hz

00:01 – 59:59

Turning on/off output electrodes

Generator 1 frequency value

Generator 1 final value

Modulation frequency

Turning on/off output inductorr

Generator 2 frequency value

Generator 2 final frequency value

Program duration (MM:SS)

Starting generating program

Saving the parameters in the „compositions” program compartment

Up one level

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1. Electrodes - on/off – You turn on the electrodes mode by selecting mark or the mode is started automatically after entering frequency values.

2. Frequency – the mode enables to set a specific frequency.

Push button every time you want to move one entry to right or confirm the selected value and or to select the appropriate value.

3. Slide to – this mode enables to select a second frequency. After setting the frequency value (see item 2) and launching the program, the device will use the frequency range from items 2 to 3 as a sweeping mode.

4. Modulation – it is set automatically and is equal to 1/4th of the value of basic frequency. Used in the mode enables to have regular and short breaks during the therapy that are controlled by the device.

FIG. 3

FIG. 4

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It is also possible to set modulation individually if one knows the rules of physics.

5. Inductor (induction loop) - You turn on the inductor mode by selecting mark or the mode is started automatically after entering frequency values.

6. Frequency – the mode enables to set a specific frequency.

Push button every time you want to move one entry to right or confirm the selected value and or to select the appropriate value.

7. Slide to – this mode enables to select a second frequency. After setting the frequency value (see item 2) and launching the program, the device will use the frequency range from items 2 to 3 as a sweeping mode

8. Duration – or will enable you to select the appropriate value and button will enable you to confirm the option.

9. Run – starts the manually set program.

10. Save as – saves in the device memory set frequency by adding it to the list of programs in the “Compositions” part (in the cell of your choice).

2.2 COMBINATIONS OF FREQUENCIES

„Compositions” submode includes a list of nine programs. Each of them has nine programma-

FIG. 5

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FIG. 6 List of programs

FIG. 8 „Save” screen

FIG. 7 List of cells ble cells. You program the cells using a menu similar to „Tryb ręczny” menu. The only difference between the menu settings in the manual mode and menu settings in the cell mode consists in the „Zapisz” line. After its selection a current cell is saved if there were changes in settings of generators’ parameters. „Kompozycja” enables to include several specialist frequencies in one program, e.g. Program 1:

– (Cell 1) 7 Hz,

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– (Cell 2) 222-224 Hz,

– (Cell 3) 10 kH and launch them in one integrated mode („run all” option).

„Cell” 1 - 9 - names the detailed program the frequency of which can be set manually as in item 2.1. „manual mode”.

3.

FREQUENCY PULSE

Smooth change of frequencies takes place within a scope between amounts of the first and second value. If there is no „Przesuń” value entered, generation of frequencies will be constant.

After entering your generators values eneter the duration of the generation program and launch the program. You will see a line of program’s progress and the remaining time on screen

3.1 BLOCKING / UNLOCKING / PAUSE

During the program device’s buttons are locked to avoid accidental pushing. To unlock press simultaneously button and without pausing or stopping the program. The program will be paused. You will see a submenu on the screen.

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SUBMENU

Continue

Connect the electrodes or inductor

Abort

EXPLANATIONS

Remove the cause of break and continue the program

If required, connect the output

Abort the program

The same submenu will be displayed if you interrupt the circuit. Program stops working and informs about the problem.

Perform necessary actions.

After the program is completed, you will see „Zakończono” information and hear a sound signal.

If you press button twice, the device will resume the program with the same settings. If you press button or , you will go back to the menu of „Tryb ręczny” submode. Program with its settings can be saved in the „Kompozycje” program compartment for further use of the device memory..

3.2 REGULATING AMPLITUDE

Amplitude of the electrodes has a 10-unit scale. It is situated in the top part of the screen next to E sign and displayed as lines. When increasing amplitude units you can have tingling sensation on your hand skin. You can regulate the amplitude of pulses on electrodes output with

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SWEEPER buttons and . You have set the amplitude in a way that does not cause any discomfort on your hands during the execution of the program.

Amplitude of the inductor (induction loop) has a 4-unit scale. It is situated in the top part of the screen next to I sign and displayed as lines. You can regulate the fluctuations of the inductor output with buttons , when simultaneously pressing button 3.

Every user will have a different hand sensitivity to the device working on electrodes. Operation of electrodes can be disrupted („Severing the electrodes” information) if the electrodes touch dry or worn hand skin or a thicker epidermis. If so, you have to lightly wet your hands with water and increase the amplitude by an appropriate number of units. Do not use the electrodes on damaged skin.

4.

BASIC PROGRAMS

„Basic programs” chapter includes the list of frequencies of programs supplied by the producer.

Programs are divided into groups.

Programs stored in the internal device memory cannot be edited or deleted. If you work with such frequency programs, you select them and start - that’s it. In the group menu there is a line „Uruchom wszystko” and after the selection of this item all programs from the given group start one by one.

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After you enter the basic programs, „Complex No. 1” starts, where there are

3 BASIC PROGRAMS:

Program 1 – used before starting the therapy once before the whole session or every time if your body has an intense reaction to the treatment.

Program 2 – detox

Program 3 – drainage.

5.

PERSONAL PROGRAMS

Programs created with a special software can be stored in the internal memory of the device.

They will be displayed in „Programy osobiste” menu.

To save the frequencies moved from the computer software to the personal programs you have to remove microSD card.

6.

PROGRAMS ON SD CARD

The device is compatible with microSD cards up to 2GB. After connecting the memory card via slot

, „Programy na karcie SD” menu will display a list of programs of frequencies saved on the card.

When saving session/program from Life Commander software on the device, sessions/programs are by default saved on microSD card. They are visible in the device as the last entry in „Programy na karcie SD”.

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7.

„SETTINGS” MENU

Set up the device according to your own needs.

SUBMENU

„SETTINGS”

EXPLANATIONS

Display

Sound

Auto shutdown

Settings of contrast, brightness, and duration of display highlight.

Settings of volume of sound signals and voice suggestions that can also be disabled.

Setting time after which the device will be turned off if inactive

Time

Settings of the internal clock.

Delete Personal

Restore to factory settings.

Info

Displaying serial number of the device, version of the software, and sub-assemblies

Back

Up one level

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„Parameters” menu

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III. GENERAL CONDITIONS

1.

POWER SUPPLY

The device has an internal battery that has to be recharged every once in a while. If the voltage drops below the acceptable norm, the device will loudly inform about it and, if nothing is done, get disconnected.

If the battery charge reaches low level, the device won’t turn on. You have to connect the charger or, using USB cable, connect the device to a computer. You will see text on the screen and battery charging progress.

FORMATTING BATTERY: New battery is not full charged. The first three cycles of charging should take 16 hours each. The battery has to be used until the complete discharge. After the first three cycles of charging, you can charge the battery in any cycles.

2.

MAINTENANCE

When cleaning the external elements, you should not use solvents or abrasive materials.

You have to disinfect the electrodes with products for manual disinfections of medical devices.

Brass electrodes, if used frequently and disinfected, will oxidixe and darken. You can remove a

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SWEEPER grey coating with product for metal. Remember about disinfecting the electordes after using product for metal.

3.

CLIMATIC CONDITIONS DURING OPERATION

Recommended air temperature is between +10 degree of Celsius and +30oC.

The highest air humidity in which the device can operate is 80% with +25oC.

Atmospheric pressure in which the device can operate is between 620 - 800mmHg (84-106.7

MPa).

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IV. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1. Why is there a break during the program action and the device asks for resuming the program?

– The device has a built-in automatic check of conductivity. If at any time the conductivity drops or the surface of the body becomes to dry, the program will be stopped.

a) you have to check if the cables are properly connected to the device and resume the program b) you have to wet your hands lightly and resume the program c) you have to increase amplitude for electrodes and resume the program

2. How should I use the induction loop?

– Induction loop affects the whole body regardless of its location but to intensify its impact you can place it in an area affected by a disease or from where pain radiates.

3. What frequencies are in the available programs?

– We have used entire spectra of possibilities from scientific research of Rife, Clark, and other scientists.

4. Will the General Program work on everyone?

– Every program includes a wide frequency spectrum which enables to defeat burden

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5. Does the Sweeper require foot electrodes?

– In devices such as zapper, where electric current is used for treatment, electrodes are necessary due to the increase of possibility of flow of current in the body. Using the

Sweeper, you have access to two methods: electric current and electromagnetic induction thanks to which the frequencies penetrate through an entire body and current from hand electrodes can easily reach many areas.

6. What can be the reason for ineffective treatment?

– If you have been using the device for a while and the results are no satisfactory, it can be caused e.g. by maintaining wrong diet that is an essential elements during the Sweeper sessions or by improperly, independently selected programs. In such situation we advise you to visit a specialist/naturotherapist using Volla method or

Vega test who will be able to conduct the electroacupuncture test and select the therapy adjusted to your individual needs.

7. How many procedures a day can I have using the Sweeper?

– A number of procedures depends mostly on the wellbeing and vitality of the person undergoing the treatment.

It is necessary to use agents supporting body cleaning and removal of toxins produced during the therapy. Regardless of a sense of well-being, one should not

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exceed 4 programs for pathogens daily. We do not include here programs such as: detox, drainage, supporting organs, etc.

8. Can the therapy be used at children?

– Yes. However, you should remember that children are more sensitive to bioresonance and thus, a number of procedures should be decreased and conducted under specialist’s supervision.

9. In what order should I conduct health therapies?

– Order should be established by a specialist or a therapist.

10. Can the device change our polarity?

– Very long usage of the device can have a small influence on change of polarity at a person. However, people with health problems usually start the treatment with their polarities changed by pathogens.

If you are still anxious, you can swap electrodes once in a while, e.g. put a red one in your left hand and a black one in your right hand and then return to the original settings.

11. Does the device work similarly to a zapper?

– -Current-using part is based on the rules of operation of Hulda Clark’s zapper.

However, its mechanism is improved as it mostly uses a selective frequency range that does not harm a natural microflora.

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SWEEPER tact us:

If you have any remarks or other questions not inlcuded in the manual, please con-

[email protected]

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V. CONDITIONS

OF THE FACTORY WARRANTY

1.

FACTORY WARRANTY

1. Company manufacturing the device guarantees that it meets the technical requirements provided that the user mets the conditions of operation, transport, and storage.

2. The device comes with a warranty period of 24 months (as of the date of purchase).

3. During the warranty period the manufacturer replaces the device with new or repairs the damaged device provided the warranty card is presented.

4. The warranty does not cover mechanical damage.

5. The warranty does not cover power supply elements and external cabling.

WARRANTY CARD is enclosed with the booklet.

2.

COMPLAINT INFORMATION

In case of malfunction of the Device in the warranty period, you should describe the type of damage, add warranty card, and copy of the purchase receipt and send the device together with the assortment in a package well secured against damage (as filling material we suggest

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SWEEPER bubble wrap, sponge, polystyrene, etc.) to the address of the service department by registered mail or courier.

Ship-to address:

Enso Electronics Sp. z o.o. (UK) Ltd.

299 Patriotow str., 04-767 Warsaw with adnotation: SERVICE DEPARTMENT

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VI. LEGAL

NOTICES

1.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

SWEEPER Device distributed by Electronics sp. z o.o., designed and built based on the expe-

-rience and according to the recommendations of inventors and engineers of Enso Electronics sp. z o.o. Thus, it is strictly forbidden to copy, modify, improve, or use the program or use the current look of the device for individual or commercial manufacture or usage. The above prohibition does not apply to the non-commercial personal usage.

Trade name, SWEEPER devices, or other labels used in the manual, including Enso Electronics, or on the website www.ensoel.pl are the registered trademarks subject to the protection on principles provided for in the provisions of the Act of 30 June 2000 on Industrial Property

Law (Journal of Laws No. 49 item 508, as amended). General rules of using the device are in the materials published on the website www.ensoel.pl. The ones in this manual are strictly of informative and educational nature. Using SWEEPER requires reading the instruction manual added to every device. Enso Electronics reserves the right to making changes and amending information included on the website or in this instruction manual, in any time and scope, without prior notice.

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2.

RESPONSIBILITY

Enso Electronics is not responsible for the effects related to the usage of electronic SWEEPER device. By purchasing the above-mentioned device, the customer decides automatically on every possible consequences of its usage and assumes full responsibility. Only the personnel who read and understood this instruction manual can operate the device.

3.

MARKING ACCORDING TO THE EUROPEAN DIRECTIVE

Information for users about the disposal of electrical and electronic equipment (for households).

The device is marked in accordance with the Directive 2002/96/EC of the European Parliament and Polish Act on Used Electric and Electronic Equipment With a Sign of a Crossed-out

Waste Contai-ner. Symbol on the products or documents attached to them informs that you cannot dispose of malfunctioning electric and electronic equipment together with community waste.

Correct procedure in case of a need for utilization, re-use, or recycling of subassemblies consist in handing the device over to the specialized collection point where it will be accepted free of charge. In some countries you can give the product to the local distributor when purchasing another device.

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Appropriate utilization of the device enables to preserve precious resources and avoid negative impact on health and environment that can be endangered by inappropriate dealing with waste. You can obtain detailed information about the nearest collection point at local authorities.

Incorrect waste utilization is punished with penalties provided for in applicable local regulations. If you have to dispose of electric or electronic equipment, please contact the nearest sale point or a supplier as they will provide additional information.

4.

ECO-FRIENDLY COMPANY

As a company interested in the environment and its protection, we received the Eco-Friendly Company Certificate. We participate in a program of eco-responsibiliy of companies.

5.

RELIABLE COMPANY

The company has a certificate of reliability („Rzetelna Firma”) obtained in a program run under the patronage of

Polish National Debt Register.

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ENSO ELECTRONICS SP. Z O.O. (UK) LTD.

299 Patriotow str, 04-767 Warsaw

+48 22 382 55 50 (51), +48 796 104 230 [email protected]; www.ensoel.pl

Service and production:

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6.

DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

Enso Electronics hereby declares that SWEEPER is compliant with the require-ments of the Act of 13 April 2007 on electromagnetic compatibility (Journal of Laws 07.82.556) and with the provisions of the Directive

EMC 2004/108/ EC - you can find a copy of the Declaration of Confor-

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NOTE: According to Article 2 item 38 of the Act of 20 May 2010 on Medical Devices,

SWEEPER is not a medical device.

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mity at the website www.ensoel.pl.

NOTE: According to Article 2 item 38 of the Act of 20 May 2010 on Medical Devices,

SWEEPER is not a medical device.

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I. DESCRIPTION OF THE DEVICE

1.

OVERVIEW ........................................................................................................................3

2.

SPECIFICATION ................................................................................................................4

3.

DEVICE STRUCTURE .........................................................................................................6

4.

SYMBOLS THAT APPEAR ON THE DISPLAY ......................................................................8

5.

CONTRAINDICATIONS .....................................................................................................9

6.

PRECAUTIONS ................................................................................................................10

7.

PREPARING FOR WORK .................................................................................................11

8.

CONNECTING THE DEVICE ...........................................................................................12

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II. WORK WITH THE DEVICE

1.

TURNING ON AND OFF .................................................................................................13

2.

WORKING WITH THE GENERATOR ................................................................................15

2.1 MANUAL MODE .............................................................................................................................15

2.2 COMBINATIONS OF FREQUENCIES .............................................................................................18

3.

FREQUENCY PULSE ........................................................................................................20

3.1 BLOCKING / UNLOCKING / PAUSE ..............................................................................................20

3.2 REGULATING AMPLITUDE..............................................................................................................21

4.

BASIC PROGRAMS .........................................................................................................22

5.

PERSONAL PROGRAMS .................................................................................................23

6.

PROGRAMS ON SD CARD .............................................................................................23

7.

„SETTINGS” MENU .........................................................................................................24

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NOTE: According to Article 2 item 38 of the Act of 20 May 2010 on Medical Devices,

SWEEPER is not a medical device.

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III. GENERAL CONDITIONS

1.

POWER SUPPLY ..............................................................................................................25

2.

MAINTENANCE ..............................................................................................................25

3.

CLIMATIC CONDITIONS DURING OPERATION ..............................................................26

IV. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

..............................................................27

V. CONDITIONS

OF THE FACTORY WARRANTY

1.

FACTORY WARRANTY.....................................................................................................31

2.

COMPLAINT INFORMATION ..........................................................................................31

VI. LEGAL

NOTICES

NOTE: According to Article 2 item 38 of the Act of 20 May 2010 on Medical Devices,

SWEEPER is not a medical device.

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1.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ..............................................................................................33

2.

RESPONSIBILITY .............................................................................................................34

3.

MARKING ACCORDING TO THE EUROPEAN DIRECTIVE ....................................................34

4.

ECO-FRIENDLY COMPANY .............................................................................................35

5.

RELIABLE COMPANY ......................................................................................................35

Warranty Card

Device name: ..........................................................................

Type/Model: ............................................................................

Serial number:...........................................................................

Bill/invoice number: ................................................................

Date of sale: ............................................................................

Date of application

Date of repair Details of repair

Seal and signature of the seller

Employee signature

Without the proof of purchase and seller’s stamp, name, type, model, serial number, and date of sale, the warranty card is INVALID! Detailed warranty conditions are specified above.

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NOTE: According to Article 2 item 38 of the Act of 20 May 2010 on Medical Devices,

SWEEPER is not a medical device.

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