Choosing a PEMF device isn’t a one-size-fits-all process. Your specific needs determine which PEMF system is right for you. We’ve found that portability is an important feature for many of our customers. If you’re an athlete who’s always on the road, you’re a vet who makes house calls, or you travel to show livestock, you can benefit from a portable PEMF therapy device.
Several factors determine the type of PEMF system you need. If you want to travel with a pulsed electromagnetic field system, however, it needs to be lightweight, compact, and portable. We offer many different PEMF systems that are perfect for travel.
PEMF Complete Mini Traveler
This is our smallest and lightest PEMF device. It’s 12.5 inches wide, 10.25 inches deep, 6 inches high, and it weighs in at 6.4 lbs. Voltage ranges from 120 to 230 VAC and frequencies range from 50 Hz to 60 Hz.
We offer the Mini Traveler with a couple of different coil options. The first option comes with a JCB loop, small kappie (double loop), hoof paddle with a hoof box, and either an Ava mat or a large kappie. The second option is sold with just the JCB loop and a small kappie.
PEMF Complete Elite Tote
This system is larger than the Mini, but it’s still packed into a convenient and easy to carry package. The Pro Elite Tote is 16.75 inches wide by 13.25 inches deep and 6.75 inches high. This PEMF device weighs 14.2 lbs. Voltage ranges from 120 to 230 VAC and frequencies range from 50 Hz to 60 Hz.
The Pro Elite Tote comes with three different coils: a JCB loop, a small kappie, and a hoof paddle.
This is our newest PEMF device. It’s the same size as the Mini Traveler – 12.5″ x 10.25″ x 6″ – but it weighs slightly more. The Dual Machine weighs 8.5 pounds and comes with a JCB loop, a small kappie, and a paddle. Like the Mini Traveler and the Pro Elite Tote, the voltage ranges from 12- to 230 VAC and the frequencies range from 50 to 60 Hz.
We have many different coils to choose from to compliment your PEMF system and your specific needs. Take a look at all of our PEMF machines and coils.
The size and weight of a PEMF machine are important factors, but that’s not all that you need to think about when choosing a PEMF system. Contact PEMF Complete to learn more about pulsed electromagnetic field therapy, or buying or leasing a PEMF system.