Digital Display: LCD Screen: The LCD screen is a clear display that shows the operating status of the REBOUND®.
Low Battery Indicator: Symbol turns on when the battery voltage is low so there is no guess work involved in changing the batteries. Batteries last up to 150 Hours of continued use.
Lock Feature: The use of this button is an optional safety feature. Using the Lock feature will lock your power setting in place so you will not accidently turn up the power of the REBOUND® during use.
14 Power Levels: The seven-bar graphic on the LCD screen indicates the Output Power of the electrical stimulation in 14 steps. Each bar represents two power steps. The first step makes the bar blink and the second step turns on the bar without blinking.
1 Rebound Unit
2 Electrode Pads
1 Lead Wire
2 AA Batteries
1 Lanyard (strap)
1 Instruction Manual
Channels: 1 Single Channel (2 Electrodes)
Maximum Output: 60MA at 500 OHM load
Waveform: Asymmetrical Bi-Phasic Rectangular
Pulse Width: starts at 100µS and increases to 160µS over next 10
seconds then back down to 100µS
Pulse Rate: starts at 80Hz and decreases to 8Hz over next 10
seconds then back up to 80Hz
Intensity: Starts at the patients setting, and then decreases to 87%
of that setting over ten seconds then back up to initial patient setting.
Auto OFF: Turns off after 5 minutes: When the device is "A" active but none of
the power bars are showing.