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What is the difference between the AAH Lights and the lasers we sell on our website?
The AAH Light is an LED producing incoherent light. Our lasers produce coherent laser light. Each type of light has specific effects and uses. For more detailed information, please see our video, “What is the Difference Between Laser and LED Light?”
Why are the AAH Lights more expensive? Are they LED?
The AAH Lights include a rechargeable lithium battery, charger, and belt carrier. They also produce more overall light power than our lasers, though both lasers and AAH Lights are LED based.
What does nm, mW output mean and how do I compare those with Aah Light and Lasers?
The color of the light is expressed in nm (nanometers of wavelength.) Red lights fall in the 630-670 nm range. Blue lights fall 430-470 nm range. The power output of the light is expressed in nW (milliwatts.) AAH Lights output more power, but do so over a larger area, for a less-intense output than a laser.
Should I buy a blue AAH Light or a red Aah Light? For example I am treating my dog for arthritis. Which is better?
Blue is better for inflammation and acute injuries. Red is better for healing, pain, and tissue repair. Sometimes the best approach is to try both colors and see which gives the best results. You may also use both colors together.
Do you have any charts for Animal Meridians?
Yes, we offer a very detailed horse meridian flip chart. You can order that here.
Can the AAH lights be used on humans or just for animals?
You may use your AAH Light on all animals, large or small, human or otherwise.
I just purchased my AAH Light and left it charging over night and the light indicator is still red. Is this normal? Does it take this long to charge? Once fully charged, how long will my AAH Light battery last?
Yes, this is normal. A full recharge can take 12-14 hours. Once fully charged, your AAH Light will give you days or weeks of intermittent use before needing to be charged.