The Parapulser® has a very flexible cost model in which the user only pays for as much power as he needs.
All prices include 16 % German VAT plus postage and packaging.
(For non-EU buyers all prices are reduced by 16 percent)
The Parapulser® devices at a glance:
A pulse contingent is for the BASIC (2 Hz) and SEMIPRO (20 Hz) device like gasoline for a car: With a filled pulse supply, pulse frequencies above the standard frequency range can be used until the magnetic pulses of the pulse contingent are used up. The 2 – 100K free pulse contingent is sufficient for 33 power applications, with which every user can experience the enormous performance of the Parapulser® free of charge.
From the pulse contingent magnetic pulses are only consumed if the BASIC (2 Hz) or SEMIPRO (10 Hz) device is operated with a pulse frequency that is above the standard frequency range. When the pulse quota is used up, the unit only operates within the standard frequency range.
Pulse contingents can be purchased at any time from your Parapulser® sales partner. To do so, select the desired pulse quota from a table for pulse contingents, or calculate the required quantity of magnetic pulses beforehand using a simple formula (with sample calculation).
With a power application, 6000 magnetic pulses with the highest pulse frequency (20 Hz) are generated within only 5 minutes. After approx. 5 – 7 minutes of pulsed operation, the Parapulser® automatically switches off the magnetic pulses to prevent skin burns. A cooling break of 30-45 minutes is then necessary until the Parapulser® is fully operational again. Power applications are recommended if an effect is to be achieved as quickly as possible.
Since only 2 to 3 magnetic pulse applications are recommended per day, the cooling time of the device causes a sensible pause between applications and therefore has no disturbing influence on the overall application. If the cooling break should be shortened nevertheless, the magnetic head can be embedded in cooling pads. Do not place the Parapulser® in a freezer for cooling.
This designation have all pulsers whose maximum pulsing speed is below 1 Hz, for example 0.25 Hz. The time which passes between two pulses is calculated by the reciprocal value of the given Hz. Example: at 0.25 Hz the time between two pulses is 4 seconds (1/0.25 = 4).
The 6-digit code number, which is required for charging with pulse quotas or for an upgrade, can be ordered from any Parapulser® sales partner. Please inform the dealer of the serial number of the device when ordering. This can be found on the device sticker on the bottom of the Parapulser®.
A BASIC (2 Hz) or SEMIPRO (10 Hz) device can be charged at any time with the specified numbers of pulses.
Needed pulse amount= [number of application days] • [number of daily applications] • [pulse frequency in Hz] • [minutes per application] • .
Sample calculation: How many pulses are needed for:
Recommended calculation values:
Applications per day
Hz Pulse frequency
Minutes per application
Conversion min in sec
[3 – 60] Application days
[1 – 3] Applications per day
[2 – 20] Hz Pulse frequency
[2 – 8] Min. per application