Can I get a new battery/charger/lens?

Yes, if you are our customer, please contact us.

Can I use the laser while it's charging?

No, you can not use the laser while it is charging or connected to the power.

Can the three components of the Handy Pulse Laser be set to operate individually?

No all three components - Pulsed Infrared Laser, Visible Red Light and Static Magnetic Field operate together in a synergistic manner for therapeutic affect.

How do I charge the laser?

The laser needs charging when the battery light (in the top left hand corner) starts flashing red. Charge the laser until this light turns green. There's no need to charge the laser all the time as it is a lithium ion battery. The laser has 12 hours battery life once fully charged.

Note: The laser will not work while charging.

How do I turn on/off the laser?

To turn on the laser, press and hold the start/stop button for 2 seconds until it beeps. The laser will run a self-test (3 lights will blink). When 2 lights turn green the laser is ready to use.

To start treatment, press the start/stop button again. The laser is operating when you see a red light flashing in the laser lens.

To turn off, simply press and hold the start/stop button for 2 seconds until the light goes out.

How long does the laser last on full charge?

The laser lasts 12 hours on full charge.

Note: The laser will not work while charging.

What is a LASER?

Laser stands for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation.

What is GaAlAs?

GaAlAs stands for Gallium-Aluminum Arsenide and it produces light in the range of 780 to 870 nm.

What is GaAs?

GaAs is the Gallium arsenide infrared laser diodes that the Handy Pulse laser device uses to produce super pulsed infrared light in the 900nm range.

Questions and answers about charging, components, GaAlAs and GaAs.