Portable Intermediate Stimulator


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Portable Intermediate Stimulator Manufacturer - Hannox

Hannox International Corp., since 2003, is a prime manufacturer of Portable Intermediate Stimulator based in Taiwan.

Custom design, high-quality products for health care, body care, dental care and medical accessory industries, including pulse oximeters, blood glucose test strips, ear thermometers, intraoral cameras and more.

Hannox has been offering customers high-quality medical accessories, body care and health care products, both with advanced technology and 13 years of experience, Hannox ensures each customer's demands are met.

Portable Intermediate Stimulator


Ease body pain, dual isolated channels design for one or two targeted area use in the same time.

TENS Stimulator


Portable Intermediate Stimulator - Pain Relief, Muscular Sports, Relaxation

HX-350-TENS Portable Intermediate Stimulator use intermediate frequency current technology to produce the same biological current as human body to ease body pains and relax the muscles.

Due to HX-350-TENS is designed with dual isolated channels, the electric stimulation can be operated on one or two targeted area or apply to two persons in the same time.

physical therapy stimulator


  • Portable device
  • Both indoor and outdoor use
  • Dual channels (Isolated)
  • Graphic user interface


Frequency3000 Hz
Intensity30 levels
Operation program10 programs (P0 ~ P9)
Time setting range10 ~ 30 min.
Operation environment0 ~ 40 ℃ humidity < 80%
Operating altitude2000 M
Battery type4 pieces of AA batteries / USB cable


TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulator)

A safe, non-invasive, drug free method of pain relief used by Physical Therapists & prescribed Doctors for over 30 years. Those stimulating pulses of TENS help to decrease pain by blocking pain signals from reaching the brain. They also help stimulate production of endorphins--the body's natural painkillers.

EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation)

The low voltage electrical currents of EMS cause muscle contractions. EMS differs from TENS in that it is designed to stimulate muscle motor nerves, while TENS is designed to stimulate sensory nerve endings to help decrease pain.

IF (Interferential Frequency)

It is a more complex development than TENS, and is a unique way of effectively delivering therapeutic frequencies to tissue. Compared to TENS, the Electrical stimulation of IF produces penetrate into the deeper tissues, and more comfortable.

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