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Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) - The TENS 7000 Experience
- Published on Apr 23, 2020
- TENS - The abbreviation for transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, a technique used to control chronic pain. Electrodes placed over the painful area deliver a mild electrical impulse to nearby nerve pathways, thereby easing pain.
Today, I try my new TENS 7000 unit! P.S. - Don’t “turn it up to eleven”! (It really only goes to 9... but you don’t need a pulse amplitude more than 4!!!) Each isolated channel provides Pulse Amplitude adjustable from 0-100 mA at 500 ohm load. Pulse Rate adjustable from 2-150 Hz, 1 Hz/step. Pulse Width adjustable from 50 to 300 μS. There are 6 modes: Burst(B), Normal(N), Modulation(M), SD1, SD2 (Strength Duration).
I found this amazing device for a mere $27 US Dollars on Amazon. I want to say thank you to those who have donated to my channel!
If you’d like to help me get better gear for future experiments and filming, please donate to PayPal.me/ElectricUniverseEyes
Thanks for watching my silly antics! 🤜🏼⚡️🤛🏻
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