ActivaDose II Iontophoresis Delivery Unit

ActivaDose II Iontophoresis Delivery Unit

Brand/Manufacturer: ACTIVA TEK INC

ActivaDose II Iontophoresis Delivery Unit has two controls that operate dose and current, with optional push-knob or turn capabilities. The automatic current ramp-up and ramp-down for maximum comfort, and the pause feature assists with memory treatment time. The time calculations are performed automatically and recalculated if dose and current settings are changed. It is excellent to be used by medical professionals in hospitals and care facilities.

ActivaDose II Drug Delivery System Highlights

  • Upgraded features for better performance
  • High-contrast display
  • Maximum Voltage: 80 volts
  • FDA cleared

Caution: Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a licensed health care professional.

Item # Desc Pkg Price
NC89186 ActivaDose Each

ActivaDose II Iontophoresis Delivery Unit Features

  • Increased circuit efficiency for longer battery life
  • Improved display for better contrast and line of sight
  • High-quality automatic medication control device
  • Upgraded cable connector for improved connection
  • 2 Controls operate dose and current, with optional push-knob or turn capabilities
  • High-contrast display indicates dose, time and current
  • Automatic current ramp-up and ramp-down for maximum comfort
  • Includes visual indicators and audible alerts for resistance limit, electrode reject, dose and current limits
  • Includes
    - Controller
    - 2 lead wires
    - 2 9-Volt Batteries
    - Instruction Manual.

How to use ActivaDose II Device?

To Start

  • insert a 9 volt battery into the battery compartment
  • Confirm tDCS sponge electrodes are properly setup and saturated with saline solution. The “bump” ofthe lead cable port on the metal conductive mesh should be facing away from the sponge insert.Refer to the “Sponge electrode maintenance” section of the user manual for more information.
  • Position tDCS sponge electrodes in the desired montage location using the Caputron Universal Strap
  • Connect lead cables to tDCS sponge electrodes and output jack of Activadose II tDCS Unit.
  • Note.Red Anode(+)Black Cathode(- )
  • Press the “Dose/Power” knob to turn on the unit.Select dose by rotating “Dose/Power” knob. Dose represents the value of current (inmA)x time(in minutes). When using the device for tDCS, the dose will be the timer. Ex.4 mA x 10 min = 40 mA-min (dose), 2 mA x 20 min = 40 mA-min (dose), 2 mA x 40 min = 80 mA-min (dose)
  • Note: this means a dose of 40mA min at a current of 2mA will yield a time of 20 minutes
  • Select current by rotating “Current” knob
  • Rotate “Dose/Power” knob to begin stimulation

When to Use ActivaDose II Device?

  • For the administration of soluble salts or other drugs into the body for medical purposes.
  • As an alternative to hypodermic injection in situations when it is advisable to avoid the pain that may accompany needle insertion and drug injection.
  • When it is advisable to minimize the infiltration of carrier fluids.
  • To avoid the damage caused by needle insertion when tissue is traumatized.


  • Contraindicated for use on patients:
    - With electrically sensitive support systems (For example: pacemakers).
    - With known allergy or sensitivity to the drugs to be administered.
    - For use over damaged or denuded skin or other recent scar tissue, across the right and left temporal regions.
    - For treatment of the orbital region.


  • Clean the case and lead clip wires as needed with an alcohol moistened cloth.
  • Do not immerse in fluids.


  • Dispose of according to local, state and federal regulations.
  • Remove battery before disposal.

Warning And Precautions:

  • Never attempt to reuse single-use electrodes.
  • Discard after use.
  • Iontophoresis can cause skin irritation and burns.
  • Patients should be advised of this potential.
  • Do not tape, bind or compress electrodes during treatment.
  • Do not use electrodes that have been altered or appear damaged.
  • Do not apply electrodes over damaged skin.




Mode of Operation Continuous
Dimensions 6.1” x 3.5” x 1.9” (15.5cm x 8.9cm x 4.8cm)
Weight 0.4lb (0.18kg)
Controls Two (dose and current)
Dose Range 0 to 80mA-minimum
Maximum Voltage 80V DC
Maximum Current 4.0mA
Current Ramp Up Automatic (0 to 4.0mA) Built-in option for manual override
Current Ramp Down Automatic at end of treatment; paused or turned
off by depressing knob. Built-in option for
manual override
Battery Use only 9V DC Alkaline.
Ensure battery door is in place before starting treatment.
Remove battery from unit when not in use
Display Dose, time remaining and current (displayed
simultaneously with interactive set-up)
Pause Feature YES (with recalculation when restarted)
Visual Indicators Low battery and open circuit
Audible Alerts Low battery, open circuit and end-of treatment
Auto Shut-Off Will automatically shut off after 1 minute, if not in use
Environmental Conditions Transport and store 50°F to 131°F (10°C to 55°C).
Operate 41°F to 104°F (5°C to 40°C). Humidity less than 90%.
Atmospheric pressure from sea level to 9,842 feet (3,000m)
Electrical Shock Type BF Applied Part

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