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Posted 03 March 2012 - 08:06 AM
"REVITALIGHT’S LEDs are proven to be the most effective nanometers. (625 nm red, 940 nm infra red, 420 nm blue and 590 nm amber)"
^ This is from their site.
I have not seen any studies that use 940 infra-red. I have only seen 830 and 880.
Anybody have any comments regarding this?
What does this even mean:
"REVITALIGHT is the only LED device to use the Lambertain LED, the most powerful made, and with a total power of 4200 mw and 80mw/cm2 or 7.2 joules per 90 seconds (at skin level) it is the most powerful LED device at the skin level manufactured, period! "
Edited by Pord, 03 March 2012 - 08:52 AM.
Posted 06 March 2012 - 09:32 AM
I usually post this earlier, but you will find extensive discussion on the LEDMan's forum. He used to be known as V on the forum.
Thanks for the link. I will check that out.
Are these basically the same LEDs used in most LED units? If not, could someone please explain to me the difference?