PHOTO REJUVENATION SYSTEM
The DermaWave Cello. True Med-Grade that anyone can use.
Complete with Modulation Control
Over 2 years in the making for us results in a mere 9 minute session for you using just one of our new, massive 100mm AmRed wands - included.
Faster and far more exposure efficient than most
maker's arch and panel systems
100 mm (4 inch) heads - the largest wand heads in the industry.
Spectral Band-Pass Filtering reduces optical glare without impeding wavelengths.
Shock-mounted, true Med-Grade LED arrays.
Smart-Port outputs automatically recognize and adjust each head, individually.
Dynamic Feedback Loop reconfigures console for whatever head you plug in.
A staggering 64,000 micro-pulses per second for maximum bio-stimulation.
Pulses - far faster than the eye can see - have
a 92% 'duty cycle' ('on' state).
Modular, Open-Architecture design allows for expansion and updating.
Smart-Power Supply automatically adapts to all world voltages.
Fully voltage-regulated no matter how 'wild' your wall current may be.
Backward and cross-compatible with previous DermaWaves!
Unconditional 5 Year Warranty.
And much more.
We've been doing this a long time. We've seen competitors come and go. A few get some buzz for a brief period of time. Most are gone within 4~5 years. And as ones who started working on our first prototype in 1999, we've seen more jump on the LED Bandwagon than we could entirely keep track of.
But the trend we've seen in more recent years involves devices that use generic, consumer-electronics LEDs nestled in whatever form factor, often powered by 'AC adaptors' that plug into the wall outlet - just like your portable electronic devices when you don't want to use the batteries.
LEDs, which were not developed by NASA - and are no more proprietary 'NASA technology' than their use of aluminum - have been around for years. In fact, our lead designer was playing with them as a kid in the late 70s. They've been all around you for decades - even as you may have thought of them as 'bulbs' in your stereo receiver, in the dashboard of your car. In your clock-radio. Now they're in your kid's sneakers.
But there are enormous differences in LEDs - in their design, their construction, their output, and their application. If only people - seemingly inclusive of some 'LED Machine' makers, themselves - knew that.
We don't produce or sell products that are too often just one step removed from colored LED Christmas lights. Do they pulse? Okay - the 'blinking' LED Christmas lights, then. Some others have been the rough equivalent of 'LED flashlights' that use generic colored LEDs, rather than white. And yet other designs "feature" raw and unprotected, generic LED circuit boards fully exposed in an essentially unfinished product. These are not professional, Med-Grade devices, people.
Many of our current DermaWave users have been there - but have long stayed with us after purchasing our designs. We've also made it easy for them to do so. Our prolific design history has retained cross-compatibility among most DermaWave devices for years. And our modular, 'open-architecture' designs have allowed for that. One can plug our new Cello heads into a DermaWave from 2002, say - without having to buy a new machine. Or a new modulation control console will power most heads from previous years. Professional camera makers have taken this approach, after all. A Nikon lens from the 1970s with mate with a current Nikon professional camera body. It may not have all of the modern conveniences. You'll have to focus it yourself. But still ... Why shouldn't this industry - our industry - take a similar approach? We, in fact, do - and have - much like professional audio equipment, in addition ...
You see, we produce professional-grade devices. It's what we do. And while regarded as being of true, 'Medical Grade', it may be used by anyone in complete safety. And it may be used easily, as well. With our 'Dynamic Feedback Loop' communication between the compact console and ... whatever head, it sets itself.
So all you have to do is to hit one of the oversized rocker switches - or both, as required - even negotiated with an elbow (at least with the elbows we tried) should your hands be wet or coated in essential oils ... and go. Oh, don't worry - the poly-carb switches are insulated and safe even with wet hands. They're also wired in the low-voltage section of the circuit, besides. The circuitry is also fully voltage regulated no matter how 'wild' and variable your wall outlet current may be. The console also shuts itself down to protect itself in the event of any external short, resuming full operation when the fault is removed - as if nothing had ever happened.
In consideration of it all, it's pretty cool - isn't it?
THE BENEFITS For Those New To
Console: About 9 inches, top to bottom. 4 1/2 inches
at widest, upper circumference.
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