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BL11 - Orange, Red, And Infrared Bodylight

Discussion in 'Life Giving Store' started by LifeGivingStore, Jan 19, 2018.

  1. LifeGivingStore

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    We are super excited to announce the next addition to our body light line up, the BL11.

    The BL11 is designed with the same wavelengths as the LGS11. This light has orange, red, and infrared LED's designed specifically to coincide with maximum activation of energy. One awesome feature about the BL11 is that is has two switches, one controls the orange and red light, while the other one controls the infrared light. So you can decide to treat with just orange and visible red light, or, you can treat with infrared light, or you can turn on both switches and utilize the full spectra(orange, red, infrared) of this incredible light.

    We will keep this post short as we have written on red light before and you can find more information about red light therapy on our website. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.

    Click Here To View The BL11
     
  2. tankasnowgod

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    Very cool. How are the LEDs arranged? Scattered to have coverage from all wavelengths all over, or grouped together?

    Do you have any pictures of this light in use?
     
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    LifeGivingStore

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    tankasnowgod, thank you for your inquiry.

    With the unit standing tall, there is 8 rows down of 25 lights. Switch one controls rows 1, 3, 5, 7. Switch two controls rows 2, 4, 6, 8. As you can see when looking at the rows from left to right the spectra are evenly distributed for even coverage.

    Here is the layout:
    620 - 760 - 670 - 830 - 620 - 760 - 670 - 830
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    LifeGivingStore

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    Any time we try to take a picture it completely washes it out. Even if we were able to get a picture I do not think it would compare to the incredible amount of light these body lights put out.
     
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    That looks like the layout of the BL1? What does the layout of the BL11 look like?
     
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    LifeGivingStore

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    Thank you for bringing this to my attention. You are correct I grabbed the wrong layout. I have updated it to the correct layout above.
     
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    What is the hanging kit that is included with the body light? Will I need to buy anything else if I just want to hang it on something simple like a door.

    Also do you have any info about beam angle and distance from device one should stand for optimal absorption? I cannot find anything on your website.
     
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    Hi Soren, I answered your email about this a while ago but wanted to respond to the thread in case anyone was interested in the info.

    The hanging kit included hooks to the back of the body light, and then you can hang it from something secure like a hook that has been installed into a stud. Some use those over the door hooks to attach the hanging kit too. Just depends on what is best for your situation. A lot of people lean it directly against the wall.

    I like to stand 3 or 4 feet away from the body light. And the beam angle we use is 60 degree. We have found that angle most optimal for coverage and penetration.
     
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    Thanks for posting here in the forum too. Do you think that a single full body light is sufficient for full body coverage or would two be better?
     
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    I think for most people one will be sufficient but two will always be better.
     
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    What do you think would be the optimal amount of time to stand in front of the light at this distance? Been trying to calculate dosage but I'm not sure on the lights energy density.
     
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    Hi Soren, thank you for your inquiry. We feel around 15 seconds is a good time to start with and work from there. Less is more!

    If you have any other questions feel free to ask.
     
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    Wow that is a lot less than i thought. What amount of energy is delivered to the cells in that time frame? From what I have read there are many different interpretations about what is the optimal energy dosage, ranging from 6 joules per cm2 to 60 joules.

    Is 15 seconds enough to treat even deep muscle tissue and organs, such as thyroid etc?
     
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    I’ve been using my infrared/red led on thyroid for about 30s...

    I think doing it a few times a day is better.

    I was using my red/orange led for 15 minutes in the past and found it somewhat detrimental.

    30s on thyroid, scalp and nuts is optimal for me
     
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    I think it would be really helpful to get some more technical information about the light specifically with regards to wattage and energy density as it is not listed on the website.

    I have a book by Ari Whitten on red light that has a very good guide on how to calculate the optimal energy dose but I can't do that without the information on how much energy is actually being put out.

    There is also a good article on redlightman.com on how to calculate energy dose for red light but again it requires some more info.

    Complete guide to light therapy dosing

    "Fortunately, most recent studies use standardised units to describe their protocol:

    • Power Density in mW/cm² (milliwatts per centimeter squared)
    • Time in s (seconds)
    • Dose in J/cm² (Joules per centimeter squared)
    For light therapy at home, power density is therefore the main thing you need to know – if you don’t know it, you won’t be able to know how long to apply your device for to achieve a certain dose. It is simply a measure of how strong the light intensity is (or how many photons are in an area of space).

    With angled output LEDs, the light is spreading out as it moves, covering a wider and wider area. This means relative light intensity at any given point gets weaker as distance from source increases. Differences in beam angles on LEDs also affects the power density. For example a 3w/10° LED will project light power density further than a 3w/120° LED, which will project weaker light over a larger area.

    Light therapy studies tend to use power densities of ~10mW/cm² up to a max ~200mW/cm².
    Dose is simply telling you how long that power density was applied for. Higher light intensity means less application time is required:

    5mW/cm² applied for 200 seconds gives 1J/cm².
    20mW/cm² applied for 50 seconds gives 1J/cm².
    100mW/cm² applied for 10 seconds gives 1J/cm².

    These units of mW/cm² and seconds give a result in mJ/cm² – just multiply that by 0.001 to get in J/cm². The full formula, taking into account standard units is therefore:

    Dose = Power Density x Time x 0.001"
     
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    Great feedback on time usage! After years of using red light therapy and much customer feedback we are finding less is more. That is why we advise starting off with 10 to 15 seconds maximum.
    We have measured power density for all lights and they are posted on the website.
    BL11: Orange, Red & Near Infrared Body Light - 620nm - 670nm - 760nm - 830nm
     
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    Sorry for the detail about light on my nuts btw guys. Sometimes TMI on my part
     
  19. Soren

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    Thanks for that sorry I must have missed it on the website.
     
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    You are very welcome. :)
     
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