ActivaDose tDCS Device Starter Kit

Among the most trusted and used devices of professionals and universities around the world, the Activadose tDCS was specifically designed by Activatek with all the features necessary in a tDCS device. This device features professional grade build quality, precise current delivery, automatic current ramp up and ramp down, built-in timer and low battery indicator.

Caputron Activadose tDCS Starter Kit Includes:
1 ActivaDose 2 mA tDCS Device – 4 mA option available
1 Caputron Universal Strap for precise electrode placement
1 Twin lead 4 mm banana lead cable
1 Black carrying case
2 Caputron tDCS electrodes (2″ x 2″ or 3″ x 3″)
2 9 volt batteries (not included in international orders)
10 Caputron sponge insert replacements

Features of the ActivaDose tDCS Device:
Two easy to use knobs operate dose (time) and current, with additional push-knob or turn capabilities, such as pausing a session
Maximum Current: 2 mA standard. 4 mA version available. (current can be incremented in 0.1 mA intervals.)
The device continuously measures electrode contact quality and resistance to ensure accurate current delivery
Automatic current ramp-up and ramp-down for maximum comfort and safety
LCD display indicates dose, time remaining and real-time current output
Includes visual indicators and audible alerts for resistance limit, dose, and current limits, and electrode reject
Time calculations are performed automatically and recalculated if dose and current settings are changed, or with pause/restart

Display: Dose, time remaining, and current (displayed simultaneously in real-time with simple interactive set-up)
Visual Indicators: Low battery and electrode contact quality
Audible Alerts: Low battery, electrode contact quality, and end-of-treatment
Maximum Voltage: 29 volts standard (2 mA Version ) / 80 volts (4 mA version)
Dimensions: 6.52” x 3.5” x 2.25” (16 x 8.9 x 5.7cm)
Weight: .53 lbs. (.24 kg)

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ActivaDose tDCS Device Starter Kit

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