Description:

The Soken S-2000 is a versatile modality which allows the therapist/patient a means to comfortably stimulate and contract various muscle groups. Sokenís enhanced patient comfort is the result of the unique Soken waveform. This waveform is uniphasic and has a specific pulse duration which allows for effective stimulation with a minimal amount of output current, (0-25 milliamps in normal use). The Soken Electronic Muscle Stimulator is easy to operate and ideal for clinical or home use.

Mode Selector Settings:

#1. Constant High Frequency: Variable pulses per second (200 to 50pps.) dependent upon output

level for enhanced comfort.

#2. Intermittent High Frequency: Variable pulses per second (200 to 50pps) dependent upon output

level. "ON-Time" is 8 seconds followed by a rest cycle "OFF-TIME" of 2 seconds.

#3. Constant Low Frequency: 2 pulses per second.

Specifications:

  • 1 Year Unlimited Warranty
  • Solid State Circuitry
  • Pulsed Uniphasic Waveform
  • Pulsed Duration: 500m sec. / 1000m sec.
  • Power Supply: 4 size C-cell batteries
  • Maximum unloaded output: 170 volts (± 10%)
  • Maximum loaded output (w/ skin impedence) 105 volts
  • Voltage output is controlled by the OUTPUT dial calibrated on a vernier scale of 0-100
  • Selection of 3 pre-set treatment modes
  • Lock feature on OUTPUT dial
  • Positive and Negative Polarity switch
  • Treatment pads-2 standard, 4-8 pad capability w / bifurcator
  • Dispersive pad jack
  • Output level light, Low Battery light, ON-OFF power light

Dimensions: 5 1/8"W x 2 1/8"H x 7 13/16"D

(13cm x 5.4cm x 19.89cm)

Weight: 2 lbs. 3oz. (1Kg)

Packaging:

The S-2000 includes a polyester carrying case, instruction manual, a warranty card, 2 treatment pads, 1 dispersive pad, 1 lead wire, 1 dispersive lead wire, 2 Velcro straps, and 4 C-cell batteries.

CAUTION: Federal Law (USA) restricts this device to sale

by or on the order of a qualified practitioner or qualified physician. EMS devices should be kept out of the reach of children.

Consult instruction manual for proper use of this device.

Contraindications:

Electronic Muscle Stimulators (EMS) should not be applied where stimulation in not desirable; for example:

  • High fever, tuberculosis, malignant tumor, serious injury.
  • Hemorrhage, expectorant bleeding, hematemesis.
  • Radiation sickness or injury.
  • Persons with pacemakers or other heart conditions.
  • Avoid use in the areas of the brain and spinal column.
  • The safety of using EMS during pregnancy or over long periods of time is not established,
  • Caution should be used in the transthoracic application of EMS devices.