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Combo Stimulator If-5000 User Manual

Combo Stimulator IF-5000 User Manual

Combo Stimulator IF-5000 User Manual

The Combo Stimulator IF-5000 is a portable electrotherapy device that offers four therapeutic modes: Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS), Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS), Interferential (IF), and Microcurrent (Micro). This device can help you relieve pain, relax muscle spasms, increase blood circulation, prevent muscle atrophy, and improve muscle function. This user manual will guide you through the features, functions, and operation of the Combo Stimulator IF-5000.


  • Dual channel output: You can use up to four electrodes to treat two different areas at the same time.

  • Large LCD screen: You can easily view the mode, intensity, timer, and battery status on the screen.

  • 14 preset programs: You can choose from 14 different programs that are designed for specific conditions and body parts.

  • Adjustable intensity: You can adjust the intensity level from 0 to 100 mA for each channel.

  • Adjustable timer: You can set the treatment duration from 1 to 60 minutes, or use the continuous mode for unlimited time.

  • Electrode detection function: The device will automatically reset the intensity to zero if it detects an open circuit or a loose electrode connection.

  • Battery powered or AC adapter: You can use a standard 9V battery or an AC adapter (100-240V) to power the device.

  • Low battery indicator: The device will beep and flash the battery icon when the battery is low.

  • Auto shut-off: The device will turn off automatically after 5 minutes of inactivity or when the timer ends.


The Combo Stimulator IF-5000 has four therapeutic modes that can help you with different conditions and goals. Here is a brief overview of each mode:

Combo Stimulator If-5000 User Manual






TENS stands for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. It is a non-invasive and drug-free method of controlling pain by sending small electrical impulses through the skin to the nerves. These impulses block the pain signals from reaching the brain and stimulate the production of endorphins, which are natural painkillers.

TENS can be used for symptomatic relief of chronic pain, post-traumatic pain, and post-surgical pain.


EMS stands for Electrical Muscle Stimulation. It is a technique that uses electrical impulses to cause muscle contractions. These contractions help strengthen and tone the muscles, improve blood flow, and prevent muscle atrophy.

EMS can be used for relaxation of muscle spasms, prevention of disuse atrophy, muscle re-education, and maintaining or increasing range of motion.


IF stands for Interferential. It is a type of stimulation that uses two alternating currents of different frequencies that interfere with each other to produce a deeper and more powerful stimulation. This stimulation can penetrate deeper into the tissues and reach more nerve fibers than TENS. It can also reduce inflammation and edema by increasing blood circulation.

IF can be used for chronic pain relief and anti-inflammatory effects.


Micro stands for Microcurrent. It is a type of stimulation that uses very low-level currents that are similar to the natural currents in the body. These currents can help repair damaged tissues, promote healing, and