Consumer Products for Health and Beauty

Laser Combs   Therapeutic Lasers

Since it was confirmed that Low Level Laser Treatment (LLLT) of live cells have a number beneficial effects, markets become crowded with a variety of products that claim to be cure for a surprisingly wide rage of medical conditions.  We do not claim to be medical experts but are familiar with biomedical methods, equipment and literature.  We did Medline publication search, and found several serious studies that confirm positive effect of red laser irradiation for two medical conditions: wound healing and hair re-growth (for certain forms of hair loss).  A long list of other diseases for which LLLT is recommended in popular literature includes Radiculitis, Osteochondrosis, Arthritis, Muscle and ligament strains, Acne,  Dermatitis, Diabetic ulcers, Herpes, Psoriasis, etc.  Please do your own Internet research on the subject before spending money on LLLT devices.  Thousands papers have been published on the scientific studies of LLLT. A good place to start may be http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Low_level_laser_therapyWe are in equipment manufacturing business and can't promise that your problem will be solved by our device.  We can only promise that the device you get incorporates years of our expertise in biophysics, optics and electronics.  Our philosophy for consumer products is same as for research lab equipment: make it simple, reliable and with best possible quality to price ratio.  If you are looking for fancy packaging, glossy manuals, extra red or blue LEDs with no proven health effect or nice looking digital displays with proven price increasing effect - our apology for the time you lost here.  Otherwise, Welcome to Eastern Scientific LLLT devices page.  Like all our products, LLLT devices are covered by 30 days unconditional money back guaranty and 18 month warranty on parts and labor (please visit http://www.eastsci.com/Geninfo.html for details on warranty and ordering).  

Laser Combs

   

 

Laser Comb photo therapy devices are designed for the general public to use at home. It is  just a bit heavier than a regular hair comb.  Anodized aluminum handle contains batteries and has pushbutton switch at the end.  Comb body, machined from acrylic plastic, contain an array of defocused (for wider area coverage and safety)* red laser modules.  Like a regular comb it has semi flexible bristles for better feeling compared to solid plastic rods used by some other manufacturers.  Batteries are installed and a brief manual is included.

* Normally diode lasers produce highly collimated beam that can irritate or permanently damage eye retina in a fraction of second.  Defocusing make wider angle beam that have practically same intensity at 2-3 cm distance from the laser head but roughly 100 times lower intensity at 25 cm distance.  While it is much safer than regular laser, caution it still required.  Never point laser to your or somebody's face or to reflective surfaces. 

Specifications:

 

Part # 

LC-5B

LC-8A

Number of laser modules

5

8

Peak wave length

635-670 nm

635-670 nm

Output power (total) 

25 mW

40 mW

Mode 

Continuous

Continuous

Total work time on one set of batteries**

 ~ 4 hr

 ~ 3 hr

Weight

~90 g (3 oz)

~100 g (3.3 oz)

Dimensions 

18 cm (7") long, 2.5 cm (1") diameter, 1.5 cm (5/8") bristles 

 

** - Estimated for average 500 mAh battery.  Depending on manufacturer, zinc/carbon or alkaline batteries have capacity in range 250-1200 mAh.

LC-5B require two AAA size zinc/carbon or alkaline batteries. LC-8A has improved electronics that ensure constant laser power over the batteries lifespan 

and allow usage of  any type batteries including NiCd/NiMH rechargeable.  Three AAA size elements are required.

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Therapeutic Lasers

   LT-4

 LT-7A

 LT-23 

Red lasers have been used for therapeutic treatments of wounds,  pain relief, certain skin conditions and other disorders (see our introduction above).  We have created a range of affordable devices, from compact, battery powered, to a versatile, table top unit.  All of them are easy to use, reliable and we hope you will like.   

LT-4/LT-7A models have construction similar to a Laser Comb.  Anodized aluminum body with batteries and pushbutton switch at one end and PVC plastic head with four defocused lasers on the other end.  Both models work with AAA size batteries. One set of three batteries is sufficient for about 20-30 treatment sessions ten minutes each**. Batteries are installed and a brief manual is included.  

LT-23 unit is more powerful and also includes a miniature single laser unit (5 mW) for spot treatment of lips (herpes+), ear (tinnitus+) or other conditions that may require a compact probe to access treatment area.  It is powered by internal high capacity NiMh battery and includes charger.

+  -->  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10469307http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3063436/

Specifications:

 

Part # 

LT-4

LT-7A

LT-23

Number of laser modules

4

7

23

Peak wave length

630-680 nm

630-680 nm

650 nm

Laser output power 

(Max. total) 

20 mW

35 mW

115 mW

Total work time on one set of batteries

 ~ 6** hr

 ~ 3.5** hr

 ~ 4 hr

Weight

60 g (~ 2 oz)

90 g (~ 3 oz)

200 g (~ 7 oz)

Dimensions 

10 cm (4") long, 2.5 cm (1") diameter 

13 cm (5") long, 2.5-3.5 cm (1-1.25") diameter 

12x7x2.5 cm (4.5x2.5x1") 

** - Estimated for average 500 mAh battery.  Depending on manufacturer zinc/carbon or alkaline batteries have capacity range 250-1200 mAh.

LT-4 model is optimized for zinc/carbon or alkaline batteries.  LT-7A has advanced voltage control circuit and work at top performance with 

any type batteries including NiCd/NiMH rechargeable  batteries.  Three  elements are required.

 


 

LIT-820

LIT-820 is AC powered machine that allow you to forget about batteries charging or replacement.  It consist of a table top control unit and remote head with eight red laser modules and quartz lamp for infra red (IR) heat treatment.  Control unit permit an independent selection of optimal treatment parameter for IR an Laser light.  Lasers can be set to work continuously at maximum power or to pulsed mode with variable pulse frequency.  In pulsed mode, average laser power is lower than in continuous but much higher during the pulse, providing deeper penetration of light into tissue.  Pulse frequency is variable and lays within the  physiologically responsive range as described in literature.  Laser light treatment can be combined with IR.  However, to prevent lasers from thermal damage IR power is limited when used simultaneously with lasers.  With lasers turned off, full power IR treatment is possible.  In both cases IR lamp may be operated in continuous mode or in two low frequency pulsed modes.  

To see short video demonstration please visit:  https://www.facebook.com/EastSci.

Specifications:

 

Number of laser modules

8

Peak wave length

650 nm

Laser output power  

(Max. total)

40 mW - Continuous mode 30 mW - average 

160 mW peak in pulsed mode

Laser pulsed mode frequency range 6-30 Hz
IR Lamp output power when used with Lasers.

1-8 W - in Continuous mode

 1-7 W - average, 8 W peak in pulsed mode

IR Lamp output power when used without  Lasers.

1-15 W - in Continuous mode

 1-13 W - average, 15 W peak in pulsed mode

IR Pulsed mode frequencies  1 & 2 Hz

Weight

1.7 kg (4 lb)

Dimensions 

24 cm x 27 cm x 6 cm

(9.5" x 10.5" x 2.2")

 

 

 

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8/15-2016