PREMIUM CLASS IV LASERS
MEDRAY QUAD & DUAL
Never before has a company introduced both a feature-loaded, 4-wavelength, Class IV laser and a 2-wavelength laser at such remarkable prices!
MEDRAY QUAD and MEDRAY DUAL are now available from Accuflex Tables & Lasers using our new, INTELITECH Software – taking laser therapy to a new realm.
The INTELITECH software guides you or your therapist through every phase of treatment with just a few simple touches on the MEDRAY programming screen.
The MEDRAY QUAD has 27w peak power, and continuous 27w working power, making it one of the strongest – if not THE STRONGEST – lasers on the market. The MEDRAY DUAL has a 30w peak power, and continuous 20w working power.
Maximum pain relief and healing via the MEDRAY QUAD is achieved through 4 wavelength options:
650nm | 810nm | 915nm | 980nm.
The MEDRAY DUAL offers 2 wavelengths of both 810nm and 980nm.
SO WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE QUAD & DUAL?
Both the MEDRAY QUAD and the MEDRAY DUAL use the same, fantastic Intelitech software, screens, and set-up. They have the same emitter, accessories and all supplies.
The only difference between the two Class IV Lasers, is that MEDRAY QUAD has four wavelengths and 27w peak power, while the MEDRAY DUAL has two wavelengths and 30w peak power.
NOW OFFERING TWO ADDITIONAL MEDRAY OPTIONS
The MEDRAY 9 and the MEDRAY 15 are also available to assist physicians ready to move forward with a top-quality, Class IV laser with greater budget restraints.
VIDEO: MEDRAY QUAD CLASS IV LASER
VIDEO: Introducing MEDRAY
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MEDRAY THERAPY SYSTEM
The MEDRAY THERAPY SYSTEM represents cutting-edge technology in the field of acoustic wave therapy. Not only is the MEDRAY THERAPY SYSTEM easy to use, but allows the doctor or therapist to control all settings through the emitter handle. This is a function only found in much more expensive units.
The MEDRAY THERAPY SYSTEM offers the versatility of presets for all major areas of treatment as well as the ability to edit these parameters through the control panel on the emitter. This saves time and allows for fast operation.
An acoustic wave is defined as a wave with a rapid increase of increase of pressure within a very short time and then having a gradual decrease of pressure with a small negative pressure phase. Acoustic wave is aimed at the affected areas that are the sources of chronic pain.