About a few months ago, I had purchased the EMS 6500 Digital for 47 bucks, which was a great deal.
Well, it can generate quite a shock for its size. It was a great little machine, and I loved it.
One day, I was playing a prank on my friend, I set the settings on highest possible to produce a great amount of shock. I did not start at a low setting, I just went straight to the top.
I told my buddy its on the lowest, will when I turned it all the way up, it just turned off. Now it wont turn on anymore. Did it burn? I switched batteries, still didnt work. Was it because of what I did? Are you suppose to start on a low setting?
Would you guys recommend me buying the same one again?
Here are the specifications for the EMS unit-
EMS 6500 Digital
Dual Channel unit. 50~300 micro-second, adjustable pulse width. 0~80mA pulse amplitude each channel.
Pulse Amplitude Constant current 0 ~ 80 mA peak into 500 ohm load each channel; adjustable
Pulse Width 50 - 300 micro-second adjustable pulse width
Pulse Waveform Asymmetric biphasic square pulse wave with zero net direct current
Pulse Frequency 2 - 120 Hz
Timer 60 sets of operation records, 999 hours record time
Pulse Ramp 1-8 seconds
Contraction/ Relaxation Variable control (2-99 sec)
Battery 9 v alkaline battery