- 1.8 Million milliWatt Cool Class 3B Area Laser
- 1,811.5 Watts of Cool Power in 3 different wavelengths (nm)
- 1,500mW 658 nm
- 10,000mW 808 nm
- Superpulsed 1,800,000mW 904 nm peak output : 3,600mW average output
- 15,100mW average output for the entire probe
The Upside and Downside about Superpulsed Lasers
The Upside of Superpulsed lasers is the significantly deeper penetration with an equivalent wavelength (nm) laser of same average output.
The Downside is most 25-50 Watt Superpulsed lasers have an average output of around 1/10th of a Watt and this equals very long treatment times to achieve the treatment goal of 4 joules per Cm2.
The Great News is there is finally a Superpulsed laser with an average output high enough to get the great results from the Superpulsed nm too.
•904 nm Superpulsed: At the 904 nm wavelength, there’s a peak of absorption for hemoglobin, which carries oxygen in the bloodstream. So by using this wavelength, you allow for increased release of available oxygen in the bloodstream. This also allows for the removal of carbon dioxide and other metabolic waste products including lactic acid.
•808 nm: The 808 nm wavelength has the highest penetration, and here absorption of cytochrome oxidase enzymes is at its peak. Tests reveal the 808 wavelength can deliver a therapeutic dose of light about 10 centimeters into the body, making it effective for large people and even large animals.
•660 nm: Red light wavelengths at 660 nm are more quickly absorbed by the outer layers of your skin. This helps to produce collagen, resulting in a host of benefits such as wrinkle reduction, enhanced skin tone, and the fading of scars and stretch marks and wound healing.