Four Channel TENS

Four Channel TENS

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Paying serious attention towards quality of the product; we are engaged in offering Four Channel TENS as a manufacturer and exporter. The offered unit is made from high quality raw materials such as iron and stainless steel under observation of team of experienced engineers and skilled workers. We satisfy our clients completely by dispatching Four Channel TENS in the estimated time of delivery.


  • High performance

  • Compact design with high functionality

  • Minimal maintenance


Tens is short for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. The Tens generates electrical impulses that are sent through electrodes place over nerve cheters. The various pulse employed by Tens can block pain signals normally sent to the awareness of pain. The Tens may activate the release of endorphin. These are chemicals in the control system used by the body to suppress pain naturally. It is no longer necessary for many people to endure chromic or constant pain. The use of Tens usually improves pain management significantly. Tens is sage, non-invasive, drug free, non-addictive and has no side effects. Tens can reduce the need for pain narcotics and drugs. Federal law restricts these devices to sale by or on the order of a physician Tens is a FDA regulated non-norcotic pain relief device.

Tens works by two different methods. High frequency Tens, is based on the theory that continuous mild electrical activity blocks the pains is not "felt". The second way Tens works is by stimulation the bodies own natural pain-control mechanism. Low frequency or short bursts of electrical activity causes the body to release its own pain relieving substances, called Endorphin.

Technical Specification

  • Input Power: 220V A.C.
  • Peak O/P Voltage: 75 Volt.
  • Frequency: 7-80 Hz.
  • Wave shape: Monophasic
  • Pulse with: 150 micro sec.
  • Digital Timer: 0-99 minutes.
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