SCENAR Home - includes Full Online Personal Scenar Training and Manual

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Personal Scenar w/ RITM SCENAR Institute training.
Comprehensive RITM SCENAR Institute User Handbook.
SCENAR Home features:
Integral dose
Dose indication Sound and light
Amplitude modulation 3 : 1
Frequency modulation 30 - Scenar Accessories0 Hz, cycle 7 sec
Influencing impulse frequencies 90Hz
Intensity (the number of impulses in a packet) 1
Amplitude of the stimulating pulse at a standard load (1,7-2,8) … (100-140) V
Indicator Light emitting diodes
Power supply one 9V alkaline battery
Weight 0.2kg
Dimensions 130 x 50 x 25mm
Warranty 2 years

The RITMSCENAR® Home is the simplest and economical variant of the Personal device range. It is easy to use and requires minimum training.

The RITM SCENAR® Home supports one auto mode called Dose 1 Mode and one screening Mode – Dose 2. This is the newest development in SCENAR technology by RITM OKB ZAO.

2018 Personal SCENAR devices incorporate the latest development in SCENAR technology:

  • bioGap and bioInt – a fully automatic function, where the Intensity and the Gap between the signals are changing in real time based on the skin reaction,
  • Dose 1 and Dose 2 (screening mode) – used for easy identification of the best treatment areas.

In Dose 1 Mode the device will deliver an individual measured stimulation according to the body response to the impulse. Dose 1 is also used to quickly identify the best treatment locations.

In Dose 2 Mode, the device screens the treatment area by reading the skin reaction and displays the best areas to treat on the LCD. It is used for treating larger body areas such as the back, chest and the abdomen.

The RITMSCENAR® Home supports one fixed impulse Frequency of 90Hz.

The Amplitude Modulation feature in RITMSCENAR® Home is fixed to 3:1 and is very effective in the treatment of pain in muscles and ligaments.

The RITMSCENAR® Home also supports Frequency Modulation in the range of 30Hz to 120Hz. This setting is commonly used to create a change in the painful condition.