Patent Number: 6,309,407

Title: Pan self unit portable alternator nerve stimulator

Abstract: Starting with a hand or foot-pumped alternating current flashlight, the reflector, bulb, lens and lens cap are removed. A one or more stage step-up miniature transformer of at least 1 to 5 ratio is mounted in the hole where the said parts are removed. The low voltage side of the transformer is connected to the wires from the alternator, and the high voltage side of the transformer is connected to two about six foot interconnected wires, which transfer power to the phono plug. (If a multi-stage transformer is used, the low voltage is connected as said, and the high voltage side is connected through a switch. One wire from the phono plug is connected to the switch. The electrical switch can change the electrical current in stages.) The wires are about six feet long and are fed through a small hole in the cap and the cap attached to the alternator body. The ends of the wires are fed through a hole in the handle of about a three-section telescoping wand and one connected to an L-shaped phono plug. The A penetrating lubricant should be placed on the part of the body to receive the current from the phono plug. The wand can be extended so the user can reach any part of the body. While pumping the alternator, the wand is used in a circular motion around the painful area.

Inventors: Frankie; Edmun Lee (Homer, LA)


International Classification: A61N 1/32 (20060101); A61N 1/34 (20060101); A61N 001/08 ()

Expiration Date: 10/30/2018