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BioTec2000 Frequency Instrument
Operating Instructions

I. MANUAL OPERATION

  1. Before turning "ON" the machine, set the Amplitude (Power) to 0 (ZERO).
  2. Flip the ON/OFF switch to ON - up position.
  3. P (PERIOD-Time) appears on the LCD panel.
  4. Select desired PERIOD (up to 39 minutes) by pressing numbers.
  5. Press ENTER, when desired PERIOD shows on LCD panel.
  6. F (Frequency) appears on the LCD panel.
  7. Select desired Frequency by pressing numbers.
  8. Press ENTER, when desired Frequency appears on LCD panel.
  9. Apply Electrodes.
  10. Press RUN and turn up the Amplitude to the desired level. The Frequency will cease when the set Time has elapsed.
  11. After pressing RUN, if desired, you can press PULSE.
  12. When the selected PERIOD has elapsed, the RED indicator light will go OUT and the Frequency will cease.
  13. IMPORTANT! Turn the Amplitude Down to 0 (ZERO) as soon as a Frequency is completed. ALWAYS DO THIS!
  14. For the next Frequency, press RESET and repeat the above Steps.
  15. If a wrong key is pressed, a short beep is sounded.
  16. Press CLR (CLEAR) or RESET, if a wrong key is pressed.
  17. If you enter a Time longer than 39 minutes, the set Time will be 39 minutes.
  18. To abandon a Session before the set Time has elapsed, press STOP or RESET.

II. PROGRAMMING A SEQUENCE INTO MEMORY
The BioTec2000 has 8 memory channels, with 17 sequences per channel.

  1. Begin by pressing the RESET button. P appears on the LCD panel.
  2. Press SEQ and S appears (resembling a 5).
  3. Press any number from 0-7, then press ENTER to select Channel.
  4. P then appears, asking you to select PERIOD (Time).
  5. Punch in the Time (minutes), then press ENTER to select PERIOD.
  6. F then appears, asking you to select Frequency.
  7. Punch in the Frequency, then press ENTER.
  8. F remains, asking for another Frequency.
  9. Repeat Step 7 until you have programmed all the desired Frequencies into the Channel you've been working with.
  10. Press CLR (CLEAR) or RESET, if a wrong Key is pressed. CLR clears only the most recent entry.
  11. RESET clears the entire Program.
  12. Press MEM (Memory), when all the desired Frequencies are programmed. F becomes E on LCD panel.
  13. Press RESET to get out of the Programming mode. P appears. When 17 Frequencies have been entered into a Channel, E appears, signaling the channel is full and programmed.

NOTE: The PERIOD (Time) you enter in Step 5 will apply to each Frequency following in the Sequence. You enter the Time only once. If you want more time for a Frequency, enter it more than once. For example, if you want 1550 for 2 minutes and 880 for 4 minutes, set P for 2 minutes and select the Sequence 1550, 880, 880. To re-program a Channel, follow the Steps in Section II, as if you were setting up a new Program. The old Program will be erased.

III. REVIEWING A PROGRAMMED CHANNEL

  1. Press RESET.
  2. Press SEQ. S appears.
  3. Press the digit for the Channel desired (0 - 7).
  4. Press ENTER. P appears.
  5. Press MEM repeatedly. In Sequence, the Time and each Frequency entered into the Channel will appear on the LCD panel.

IV. USING A PROGRAMMED CHANNEL

  1. Set the Amplitude to 0 (ZERO). VERY IMPORTANT!
  2. Press SEQ. S appears.
  3. Press the Digit for the Channel desired (0 - 7).
  4. Press ENTER. P appears.
  5. Press RUN. The Time is displayed.
  6. Press RUN again. The Frequency in use is displayed.
  7. Apply Electrodes and turn up the Amplitude to a comfortable level.
  8. NOTE: Skip the next 3 Steps (8 - 10) if you have the "Slow Start" Physician's Model.
  9. Turn the Amplitude back to ZERO when the first Frequency is finished.
  10. Press RUN to start the next Frequency.
  11. Turn up the Amplitude to a comfortable level.
  12. You may press STOP at any time to abandon any Frequency.
  13. Turn the Amplitude back to ZERO.
  14. Press RUN to start the next Frequency in the Program.
  15. Turn UP the Amplitude to a comfortable level.
  16. When the last Frequency in the Sequence is complete, the RED indicator light will go OUT and the Frequencies will cease.
  17. Switch the Frequency Instrument OFF. Keeping it plugged IN will conserve the batteries that support the Memory.