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BTL-6000 HIL POWER 30 W Robotic High Energy Laser 30W

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The high-energy laser (HIL POWER) is a robotic laser with a thermal scanner, with the ability to work independently with a laser probe or an unmanned application using a Scanning System with a built-in thermal imaging camera, temperature sensor and distance control. The high-power laser covers a wide range of clinical indications, from injuries and inflammation to degenerative changes in the joints. 



Power up to 30W

Wavelength: 1064 nm

Adjustable Depth of Tissue Penetration

Ready-made protocols and therapeutic encyclopedia

Colour touchscreen



Deep tissue penetration with up to 30 W of power

Maximum therapeutic effects using the 1064 nm wavelength

8.4'' colour touchscreen

Pulsed laser operation for immediate pain reduction

Precise application in the treatment area

Automatic parameter recalculation

Optics with spot size adjustment in the range of 10-30 mm

Adjustment of parameters during therapy with a laser probe

Continuous, multi-level power control

QUICK Protocols

Navigational anatomical atlas

Laser probe auto-calibration

Expandable with Robotic Scanning System with built-in thermal imaging camera, temperature sensor, distance sensor and thermal perception scan



Operating mode: continuous, pulse, triangle, superpulse

Number of protocols: 61

Safety Features: Safety Switch, Door Switch

Dimensions: 320 x 190 x 280

Weight: 8 kg

Power supply: 230V/50-60Hz, 115V/50-60Hz

Laser Class: IV

Equipment protection class: IIB

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