TheraLicht Zen Mini – portable light therapy device that fits in the palm of your hand. It conveniently slips into your backpack or purse. BLE enabled and controlled via phone app, take it with you everywhere. Powerful light therapy on your terms : on the go..

TheraLicht Zen Mini
Zen Mini
Wavelengths : Red | Red + NIR
Bluetooth Enabled : No
Dimensions : Ø125mm X H 30mm
Weight : 300g
Rated Wattage : 10W*
Irradiance : >100 mW/cm2* at 50mm
Flicker : <1.05%
Approvals : BIS approved Controlgear
Electricals : 230VAC 50 Hz, Remote Controlgear
Zen Mini BLE
Zen Mini BLE
Wavelengths : Red | Red + NIR
Bluetooth Enabled : Yes (with iOS/Android App)
Dimensions : Ø125mm X H 30mm
Weight : 300g
Rated Wattage : 10W*
Irradiance : >100 mW/cm2*
Flicker : <1.05%
Approvals : BIS approved Controlgear
Electricals : 230VAC 50 Hz, Remote Controlgear

TheraLicht Mini – portable & battery operated light therapy device with timer that fits in the palm of your hand. It conveniently slips into your backpack or purse – Take it with you everywhere. Powerful light therapy on your terms : on the go..

MINI
Wavelengths : Red + NIR
Bluetooth Enabled : No
Dimensions : L160mm X W100 X H 33mm
Weight : 600g
Rated Wattage : 15W*
Irradiance : >100 mW/cm2* at 50mm
Flicker : <1.05%
Approvals : BIS approved Controlgear
Electricals : 10500mAh Battery, Charger @230VAC 50 Hz, Integrated Controlgear

TheraLicht Zen – Medical grade high power light therapy device with wall mount mechanism and stand. Inbuilt mode function as well as times for enhanced convenience.

ZEN
Wavelengths : Red + NIR
Bluetooth Enabled : No
Dimensions : L340mm X W200 X H 65mm
Weight : 3kg
Rated Wattage : 72W*
Irradiance : >100 mW/cm2* at 50mm
Flicker : <1.05%
Approvals : BIS approved Controlgear
Electricals : 230VAC 50 Hz, Integrated Controlgear & Cooling Fans
  • *Irradiance values varies based on the wavelength combination (R only or R+NIR) & distance of the exposed surface from the Zen Mini.
  • *Output Wattage is based on voltage & current selection in the electronic controlgear.
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