The DMI function

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The DMI function can be used either along with the therapy on either channel 1 or 2, or separately as a “stand alone” therapy of its own. DMI stands for Dynamic Multi-Impulses and these impulses are technically generated by the device which are sent out in bundles that are repeated every 3 sec. Within each bundle the frequency is either accelerated from 1 Hz to 1000 Hz or decelerated from 1000 Hz to 1 Hz. During this same time, the amplitude of the impulses is concurrently increased or decreased respectively. The result is either a “revving up” or a “sedating” signal. The following three therapy modes are possible:

  • Amplifying mode

    Accelerating bundles are used back-to-back which is used to increase one’s energy levels:

  • Attenuation mode

    Decelerating bundles are used back-to-back which is used to calm or lower one’s energy levels:

  • Attenuation mode

    Decelerating bundles are used back-to-back which is used to calm or lower one’s energy levels:


As stated previously, the DMI function can be used either in conjunction with the application of the main or second channel, or as a separate, “stand alone” application of its own. It is quite common, however, to use it at the start of a therapy session, just prior to or during the base program to either boost the energy of “tired” people or to dampen down conditions of over-energy such as inflammation or with hyperactive children. Still, many others are helped by first using the alternating mode for a few minutes before switching to one of the other two modes.

To call up the DMI set up window, please press the “DMI FUNCTION button” which is above the bandpass display and on the right as shown above. The following DMI set up window is then displayed on the device’s touchscreen:

The intensity, the application runtime and the therapy mode can all be selected from this screen. The selected intensity and time will be stored the moment the DMI therapy mode is selected and the therapy begins to run. The touchscreen returns to the displaying the status of the main channel.

The intensity and time values can be set by pressing either the virtual “+” or “–” sign buttons on the touchscreen or by using the left or right arrow keys. The setting window able to be adjusted will be highlighted and you can toggle between them with the up or down arrow keys.

Note: DMI intensity and DMI runtime must be selected before starting a therapy.

The intensity of the DMI signal can be adjusted between 1 and 10. The following are suggested setting guidelines:

  • adults of normal weight:             intensity 7
  • overweight adults:                      intensity 8 – 9
  • children depending on age:       intensity 3 – 6
  • babies:                                        intensity 1 – 2

The runtime for the DMI therapy can be adjusted between 6 and 36 minutes in two-minute intervals. Odd time selections are rounded up or down. The duration runtime must be set independent of whatever other concurrent therapy is taking place but can be adjusted to match, if desired, the duration of the main channel therapy time.

Select either of the following DMI therapy modes: Attenuate, Alternating or Amplify. Selecting “Off = 4” turns off the DMI function and closes the DMI set up window. Selecting on the therapy mode automatically closes the window, the setting is saved and the DMI therapy begins.

To turn off the DMI function when no other therapy is running on channel 1, press the DMI button and then “Off = 4” in the left touchscreen or press “4” on the keypad.

While the DMI therapy is running, it is possible to change the DMI mode but not the its intensity or duration runtime. Pressing the “DMI FUNCTION button” opens the DMI set up window on the touchscreen. Reselect the therapy mode as described above. After the selection has been made the screen reverts back to the therapy screen for the main channel.

Next to the “DMI FUNCTION button”, there are LED indication lights for each mode or operation.