Cordless, compact & lightweight

Even though the LZ30 is the most powerful laser in its class with the greatest versatility and longest battery life, it is remarkably small and lightweight. At just 4.5oz and under 5″ long, the LZ30 is also the lightest, smallest and most comfortable Class 3B laser available.

Fully programmable

The LZ30 is fully programmable. It can hold up to 500 presets that control every aspect of treatment, including the wavelength, power, pulsing frequency and dose. The LZ30 support sophisticated treatment automation options such as periodic beeps and automated switch off. Treatment presets can even include detailed instructions readable from the built-in display.

Expandable

As a software-based device, the LZ30′s functionality and features expand over time. That’s why we’ve include the ability to upgrade the software via the USB port. So, all devices, not just new ones, can take advantage of the latest features. We are committed to serving our customers. That includes hearing their ideas, suggestions and criticism and using this inhumation to produce a better device for everyone.

Key Benefits

Highest power its class

With up to 190mW of 637nm, bright red and 500mW of infrared laser power, the LZ30 minimizes treatment time and maximizes results. Clinical evidence demonstrates that increased power improves therapeutic outcomes within the class 3B range.

Lightweight Cordless Operation

The versatility and efficacy of cold laser therapy inevitably leads to it becoming a favorite therapy device. The lightweight and compact nature of the LZ30 ensures that it does become a strain supporting the device for extended periods. Cordless operation eliminates the restrictions of a tether to a base unit.

Programmability

No more hunting through manuals and painstaking entry of pulse frequencies. Just scroll to the preset that you need and hit the button to start treatment. The LZ30 even has a “Favorites” section for easy access to your most frequently used presets. Presets are fully customizable.

Detailed Specifications

General

Laser Classification 3B
Dimensions (W x H x L) 1.25” x 1.25” x 4.8”
Weight 4.5oz

 

Laser diodes

Power Type Red Infrared
Configuration 2 x 637@25mW (85mW on LZ30-X) 2 x 808nm@250mW
Technology InGaAlP GaAlAs

 

Pulsing

Power Modes Continuous, Pulse Modulation
Pulse Shape Square (50% Duty) Square (75% Duty) Sinusoidal
Frequency 0.1 – 10kHz 0.1 – 5kHz 0.1 – 2kHz

Technology

The LZ30 is super powerful, the battery lasts for ages, yet it is lightweight, compact and costs much less than similar models. So what’s the catch?

No catch. The last 10 years have seen enormous strides in the shrinking of electronics for MP3 players and mobile phones. Not only has electronics shrunk, but it’s become more mobile. This has resulted in much more energy efficient electronics. Battery technology has also improved. Modern Lithium-Ion cells have up to three times the capacity of older Nickel-based technologies. Li-Ion batteries endure hundreds of charge/discharge cycles and don’t have the memory-effect problems that plagued older technologies. Laser diodes have also been steadily advancing, leading to higher powers in smaller packages at a lower price.

In the design of the LZ30, we have taken advantage of all these factors. Every part of the LZ30 has been designed to optimize size, weight, usability and performance. As an example of our commitment to portability, we engineered our own laser driver circuitry and optical path, so that the entire assembly of four laser diodes with controlling electronics and lenses is only 1″ x 1″ x ½”.

Many others have gone before us and we salute their efforts in developing and credentialing cold laser technology. These pioneers like Erchonia and Microlight invested significant sums and in return gained the advantage of being first to market. Entering the market in 2012 as we did means that we are not first to market, but we do have the advantage of having access to all that knowledge which was hard-won. Since we did not have we need to invest in significant R&D, we do not need to recoup that in the price of our product. information provided through this web site should not be used in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions or in the cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease, or is intended to affect the structure or function of the body. If you have or suspect you may have a health problem, you should consult your licensed health care provider.

Buy

The LZ30 costs $4,250, excluding relevant sales tax. The -X option (4 times the red power) costs an additional $700.

Sorry, there is no “buy now” option. We believe that a cold laser device, like any other tool, needs to fit the purpose. So we’d like to help you confirm that it’s a good fit for your needs. Call or drop us a line and we will be happy to discuss your interest in cold laser therapy. If the LZ30 is not the right device for you we will gladly refer you to one of our industry peers.

Conditions of purchase.

  • In order to avoid possible eye damage the use of laser goggles is required by everyone in the room where any laser equipment is in use.
  • Using cold lasers or low level lasers on others may be considered practicing medicine. It is solely the purchasers responsibility to conform to all applicable laws and regulations.
  • We only supply and custom make cold laser components for scientific and medical research use to Licensed Medical Professionals, clinicians and those treating animals they own.
  • The contents of this web site, cold laser equipment and other parts purchased from this website and other material contained on the this web site are for informational and scientific research purposes only. We do not render medical advice or represent products we sell are State or FDA approved or will achieve specific results. The information provided through this web site should not be used in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions or in the cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease, or is intended to affect the structure or function of the body. If you have or suspect you may have a health problem, you should consult your licensed health care provider.