The Precise® LTM is a compact, affordable soft-tissue diode laser. Manufactured in West Jordan, Utah by the CAO Group, Inc, an innovation leader in diode laser technologies. The simple intuitive controls are easy to use with 4 custom programmable settings which take seconds to set.
The proprietary fiber management system is embedded into the body of the unit which is both aesthetic and functional. This delivery solution also makes cost per use very low. Included in the price of the unit, the 20' fiber cartridge, is easily replaced after completion of on average a thousand procedures.
Handpieces are made of sturdy stainless steel that is easily autoclaved. Small in diameter, they easily reach the posterior of the mouth. The convenient magnetic handpiece holder tops everything off nicely.
- 5 Watt 810 nm Wavelength
- The most clinically proven wavelength
- Four Custom Settings
- Quickly program settings to fit your procedures
- Loaner Program o No down-time if your unit needs repair
- Online Training Included o All the knowledge you need to succeed
- Lowest Cost-Per-Use
- Only $1.62 per use compared to $4.99 or more from others
For further information visit us at www.caogroup.com/preciseltm.html or contact your Henry Schein consultant.
|Precise® LTM Complete Kit Specifications||(Part Number: 002-00176)|
|Weight (Complete System)||4.9 lbs|
|Dimensions in Inches (H x W x L)||7.6” x 8.8” x 8.75”|
|Laser Classification (Per IEC 60825)||Class 4 Diode Laser|
|Working Beam Wavelength||810 ± 20 nm|
|Aiming Beam Wavelength||630 nm - 660 nm ±15 nm|
|Beam Divergence||9° ± 1°|
|Power Range||500 mW to 5 Watts|
|Pulse Rate||Fixed: 0.1 Hz|
|Pulse Mode Duration||Fixed: 0.05 seconds|
|Aiming Beam (2 mW)||YES|
|Power Requirements||110 - 120 VAC @ 60 Hertz
220 - 240 VAC @ 50 - 60 Hertz
|Amperage||1.5 Amps @ 110 - 115 VAC
0.75 Amps @ 210 - 230 VAC
|Cordless Frequency||2.4 GHz|
|Operating Temperature||0 - 30°C / 32 - 86°F|
|Operating and Storage Humidity||5 – 95% Relative Humidity|
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