- This very simple device will check
- The output from your TENS
- Battery condition
- Patient lead Continuity
Simply connect the TENS tester as shown in figure 1. Turn the pulse width control and pulse rate control to maximum now increase the output control to maximum the LED on the front of the TENS tester should glow bright amber. This indicates all functions are working correctly if the LED does not glow possible fault would be the battery or patient lead.
Replace the battery first then try a new patient lead. If the light flickers or is intermittent the patient lead is faulty and requires replacing. If the LED does not glow after replacing but the patient lead and battery the TENs device is faulty and will require attention from your supplier.