Chattanooga Vectra Genisys Laser
|Costs||$4000 - $5000 (est)||Select Models under $3k|
|Double Blind Studies - Medical||NO||YES|
|Years in the USA||n/a||18 years|
|FDA NHN Cleared Laser||No||Yes in 2002|
|FDA Cleared LED||Yes||Yes|
|Laser Power (not led)||200-300 mW||90mw|
|Laser Penetration||est 5 cm||est 5cm|
|Laser Wavelength||820 / 850 nm||830nm|
Chattanooga Vectra Genisys Laser is not a NHN (non thermal) FDA cleared laser diode device. Chattanooga Vectra Genisys Laser are using the old heat lamp clearance on the FDA books
According the Chattanooga Vectra Genisys Laser 510K letter with the FDA: The Chattanooga Vectra Genisys Laser is a heating lamp.
The only laser manufacturers with a 510K clearance as a NHN (non thermal) laser are the ML830 & Erchonia Laser. Both companies have a specific clearance with the FDA. This company, and others, are just piggy backing on an old heat lamp code. Instead of being approved as a cold laser (laser emitting diodes), they were approved as an LED (light emitting diodes) heat lamp.
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