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tDCS Transcranial Stimulation Kit

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Quick Overview

The stimulator is specifically designed for Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) and ensures a safe and comfortable treatment.

Included Items
-tDCS stimulator 0.5 - 2.0 mA
-1x 5x5cm sponge electrode with conductive rubber inset
-1x 5x7cm sponge electrode with conductive rubber inset
-1x 7x10cm sponge electrode with conductive rubber inset
-Electrode cables
-Neoprene straps for easy electrode positioning

tDCS Stimulator

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  • tDCS Stimulator
  • Sponge electrodes with conductive rubber insets (3)
  • Electrode Cable
  • Neoprene/Velcro fastening straps


tDCS stimulation device - The high precision microprocessor controlled constant current source, continuously monitors electrode resistance to detect insufficient skin contact and automatically terminates the stimulation session to prevent skin irritation or injury. It is designed with comfort in mind and slowly conditions the skin to the required levels.

Features: Current settings from 0.5 to 2mA in 0.1mA increments. Duration up to 30 minutes with countdown clock display. Continuous monitoring and display of actual current. Continuous monitoring and display of electrode quality. Slow ramp up for skin conditioning and comfort. Automatic abort on excessive resistance to prevent skin irritation.

Each device comes with a calibration certificate, calibrated against a precision process calibrator at room temperature.
Stimulator precision ±0.004mA. Display resolution 0.01mA. Current correction time 45ms.

Size: 14.0 x 11.5 x 3.5 cm
Weight: 350gr
Power: 2x 9V alkaline batteries (not included)

Order Restrictions:
Orders are limited to one unit per customer. Only use this device under the guidance of a licensed health care professional.
If you are a licensed health care professional, you can order multiple units. Please use the contact form to order.

A research version with SHAM operation is available to universities and research centers upon request.


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