TDP table lamp model CQ12, manual timer (B.800.0009)

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Description

TDP table lamp with approx. Ø 13 cm mineral plate and mechanical timer

The TDP lamp (also known as a moxa lamp, heat lamp or China lamp) is a tried and tested therapeutic device that was invented in China in 1980 by a group of scientists and doctors at the Chongqing Silicate Research Institute. TDP is an abbreviation for "Teding Diancibo Pu".

Features:

The TDP lamp has a plate coated with natural minerals (Ø 13 cm) and is heated at the back
Wavelength range of infrared radiation: 2 to 25 micrometres
Wide range of applications
Often used as an adjunct to acupuncture or as an alternative to moxa therapy. It is either applied directly without needle insertion or is first pricked with acupuncture needles and then irradiated with the TDP lamp (replacement for the hot needle technique)
Patients feel an extremely pleasant and soothing warmth.
How it works:
The infrared spectrum of 2 to 25 micrometres is particularly well absorbed by the human body. A ceramic plate coated with over 30 minerals generates exactly this range of electromagnetic waves at approx. 280 degrees Celsius. The mineral plate (DMC art. no.: Z-28E) should be replaced after 1,000 operating hours.

Technical data

Rotating and swiveling jet head (plate Ø 13 cm)
Power supply: 220 - 240 volts
Power and power consumption: 250 W (electricity costs only approx. 8 cents per operating hour (30ct/kWh*)
*Source: Federal Network Agency (as of 01.04.2017)
Operating control: mechanical timer. adjustable from 5 to 95 minutes, increments in 5 minutes.
Weight: 5 kg
The TDP lamp has been CE-registered by TÜV SÜD!

Scope of delivery:
German operating instructions
2-year guarantee

TDP table lamp model CQ12, manual timer (B.800.0009)

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SKU: B.800.0009

CHF 156.11 Incl. VAT CHF 144.41 Excl. VAT Incl. VAT plus shipping Delivery time: 3-5 working days


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    Description

    TDP table lamp with approx. Ø 13 cm mineral plate and mechanical timer

    The TDP lamp (also known as a moxa lamp, heat lamp or China lamp) is a tried and tested therapeutic device that was invented in China in 1980 by a group of scientists and doctors at the Chongqing Silicate Research Institute. TDP is an abbreviation for "Teding Diancibo Pu".

    Features:

    The TDP lamp has a plate coated with natural minerals (Ø 13 cm) and is heated at the back
    Wavelength range of infrared radiation: 2 to 25 micrometres
    Wide range of applications
    Often used as an adjunct to acupuncture or as an alternative to moxa therapy. It is either applied directly without needle insertion or is first pricked with acupuncture needles and then irradiated with the TDP lamp (replacement for the hot needle technique)
    Patients feel an extremely pleasant and soothing warmth.
    How it works:
    The infrared spectrum of 2 to 25 micrometres is particularly well absorbed by the human body. A ceramic plate coated with over 30 minerals generates exactly this range of electromagnetic waves at approx. 280 degrees Celsius. The mineral plate (DMC art. no.: Z-28E) should be replaced after 1,000 operating hours.

    Technical data

    Rotating and swiveling jet head (plate Ø 13 cm)
    Power supply: 220 - 240 volts
    Power and power consumption: 250 W (electricity costs only approx. 8 cents per operating hour (30ct/kWh*)
    *Source: Federal Network Agency (as of 01.04.2017)
    Operating control: mechanical timer. adjustable from 5 to 95 minutes, increments in 5 minutes.
    Weight: 5 kg
    The TDP lamp has been CE-registered by TÜV SÜD!

    Scope of delivery:
    German operating instructions
    2-year guarantee

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