Sine Therapeutic Infrared Physical Therapy Lamp for Magnet Therapy
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- Model NO.: CE-Y01
- Shape: Bar
- Type: Desktop Type
- Application: Industrial Magnet
- Coating: Nickel
- Origin: Ningbo, China
This product has been improved based on the first generation "magical lamp".the first generation adapts mechanical timing mode,and its disadvantage is that after many times of uses,it gets easy access to invalidation, and make timing ineffective.The knob of time controller is made up from ABSengineering plastics,and it might be broken if used frequently.This disadvantage is inconvenient for users.Besides,the mechanical timing device can not warn users when time has reached timing point. The timing range is quite marrow,even it can not tell users the accumulative using time, so the users can not know when to change the element plate, and the therapeutic effect becomes less.
the second generation "magical lamp"has overcome the disadvantages of the first generation "magical lamp".we adapt the sing le chip process technique of computer, electronic timing and digital & liquid crystal display.meanwhile, we enlarge the timing range, add timing warning device and the accumulative using time, which make convenient for users to use the timing function,and know when to change the element plate (changing element plate needed when it has used for 1000 hours),and improve the therapeutic effect.
Index of main capability
voltage of power
model for standard voltage(110V/220V/240V)
Power consumption:≤250W(for each rediation point)
Display system:four-digit display\liquid crystal display
Environment temperature when using:0-40°C
Environment humidity when using:80%
infrared Heating Magnet Therapeutic TDP Lamp for Clinic Treatment
The TDP lamp or TDP mineral lamp is a medical device which comes under U.S. Food and Drug Administration Class II as a far-infrared heating device. The premise of the lamp is that the far infrared (below visible light) emissions increases microcirculation and loosens fascia to accelerate the natural healing processes of the body. The TDP lamp is used as a therapeutic substitute for moxibustion, a traditional Chinese therapy. It is used by acupuncturists, Asian bodywork therapists, and other medical professionals. The class of devices to which it belongs is approved by the FDA for temporary relief from pain and arthritis.
1.Parameters and Specifications:
desktop type, 166mm big head, with CE, FDA approved.
The components are typically a rolling base, vertical pole, electronic timer (mechanical or digital), spring arm, and head. The components of the head are what makes the TDP lamp different from other far-infrared heating devices. The head consists of a wire cage, a heat reflector, an electrical heating plate, insulator, and a mineral plate. It is the mineral plate which is the unique element. The heating element operates at about 870 °F (466 °C), and the lamp emits far-infrared radiation in the 2-50 micrometre range. Based on black body radiation, all heating elements that are operating at 870 °F will emit the same light spectrum.
The mineral plate is a proprietary formula of 33 trace elements which are also found in the human body, in various chemical binding forms. The actual formula, specific mineral forms, and amounts of each of the materials used in manufacturing is secret. Twenty-six of the elements represented have been revealed by various manufacturers. They include: aluminum, antimony, arsenic, barium, boron, cadmium, calcium, carbon, chromium, cobalt, copper, iodine, magnesium, manganese, molybdenum, nickel, phosphorus, selenium, silicon, sodium, sulfur, tin, titanium, zinc, and zirconium, bonded onto an iron plate 0.3 to 0.6 millimeters in thickness. The iron plate is 0.5 to 1.5 millimeters in thickness and provides stability and protection for the more fragile mineral layer, and distributes heat evenly on the plate. The remaining seven elements are suspected to be bismuth, germanium, lithium, potassium, rubidium, strontium, and vanadium, although verification has not been available.
3.It cures the pointed part of our body:
TDP is an acronym for "Teding Diancibo Pu" which loosely translated means special electromagnetic spectrum.
The TDP mineral lamp was invented in China in 1978 and exhibited at the 1986 Zagreb International Fair in Yugoslavia in competition with 560 inventions from 18 countries by the inventor Mr. Gou Wenbin. It was also exhibited at the 1986 Brussels Eureka World Fair for Invention. Mr. Wenbin died in the late 1980s.
The story told about the discovery of TDP mineral lamp therapy begins in a black clay factory in rural China, where in spite of a work environment where workers were exposed to extremes of cold, wet, and heat, they had a very low incidence of illness. Upon further investigation, the differentiating factor was determined to be the beneficial far-infrared radiation from the hot clay. Analysis of the clay and later experimentation led to the development of the medical device now known as the TDP mineral lamp.
Experimentation with TDP mineral lamps started and by 1979, 36 universities, 45 graduate schools, 41 research institutes, 250 hospitals, and 3,000 medical doctors and researchers formed an international TDP society for the purpose of performing clinical studies related to the effects of TDP mineral lamp therapy.
The state of research in 1985 showed TDP mineral lamp therapy to have been successfully used to treat over 30 different human and animal diseases and disorders. Thirty million people had received medical treatment from TDP mineral lamps. Clinical evidenceconfirmed that TDP mineral lamp therapy would reduce inflammation, calm pain, and improve micro-circulation, and balance metabolism. Evidence was gathered substantiating TDP mineral lamp use promoted cell growth, reproduction, and repair, concurrently with promotion of specific enzyme activity levels and immune function.
4.History of product models:
TDP mineral lamps have been sold under a variety of descriptive names and model numbers. Most model numbers are not representative of the device, and are used because the model numbers are historically familiar, although the lamp's construction may not resemble the original lamp with that model number. It is possible to find TDP mineral lamps also being sold as "bio-spectrum lamps," "FIM Energizers," and "FIR Lamps." Common model numbers include, but are not limited to, CQ-27, CQ-12, CQ-33, CQ-36, CQ-55A, CQ-222A/B/C/D, CQ-270A/B. Version numbers are sometimes used too. The Version 1.0 lamp refers to the original invention from 1978. Later editions in the 1980s (ver. 2.0) increased the size of the head to 6.5" from 4.75" and offered models with one head or two [[Image:]], and desktop editions. In the 1990s (ver. 3.0) manufacturers changed the manual timer to a digital timer.
Manufactures continue to modify the original design to gain market differentiation advantages. Changes most frequently manifest in differences between the timer, the stand, and the size/shape of the head. Recent experiments with the mineral plate are adding thickness of materials, since the (replaceable) mineral plate has an estimated life of 1000-1500 hours. When the mineral plate looks ash grey, it is time to replace it. TDP mineral lamp therapy has a billable modality number 97026 for doctors to bill insurance providers.
Treatment usually consists of bare skin exposure in the affected area with the lamp positioned 12-18 inches from the body. Length of self-treatment for a single condition is typically 15-30 minutes (not longer than 45 min.), 1 or 2 times a day, for 7-10 days. More weeks of treatment are acceptable under direction of a doctor. Many sample charts are available suggesting guidelines for use. The patient should feel warmth but position the lamp to avoid scalding. Skin temperatures should not be allowed to exceed 130 °F (54 °C).
Contraindications and safety
Patients with neuropathy are warned that the inability to accurately feel the temperature of the treatment may result in accidental burns. Infants or persons who cannot communicate when treatment is too hot should also avoid treatment. Treatment in areas with surgical implants (metal, silicone, pacemakers, etc.) should be avoided because of the risk that these foreign materials may absorb and hold heat at a different rate than living tissue, accidentally causing internal burns. Pregnant women, people experiencing fever, otitis media, splenitis, ophthalmic diseases, varicose veins, open pulmonary tuberculosis, serious arteriosclerosis, and with bleeding tendencies should avoid TDP mineral lamp therapy. People with hypertension should not use the TDP Lamp on their head. When using on the head, protection of the eyes is required so they do not become dry.