Pulsing Lasers with the Spectralight PulseDrive -Intro and Demonstration Video

October 08th, 2011, 3:24 pm

The Spectralight Pulse unit is designed and manufactured by John Steele

Pulsing LLLT with the Spectralight PulseDrive™

This is the long awaited introduction and demo video of the soon-to-be-released Spectralight PulseDrive™ -which very well could be the future of laser therapy for hair loss, making one of the best tools in your fight even better.

This is only the first installment of information about this product and information on pulsing in general.  We will soon gather all of the information about pulsing and put it in one article, as well as do further informational videos with more guests to speak about their thoughts/discoveries with pulsing.

The Spectralight PulseDrive is only a few more weeks away from being available for sale, and I’d imagine that the first product run will be sold out fairly quickly.  Therefore, anyone interested in this device should go ahead and register here:
Spectralight.com.au Express Registration Form

Those on this list will not only be notified when the product is available, but they will receive other information about the device when it comes available (videos, studies, etc.).

Once the product is released, there will be a “Product Review” article on it so all of our experiences with this device will be in one spot.  This will make it so the benefits will be much easier to track!

This device is designed to work with the Laser Messiah hair laser helmet, and further progresses it into a truly unique, unsurpassed professional device.  As always, any upgrades will be backwards compatible to existing laser helmets -no one will be left behind.

These are EXTEMELY EXCITING TIMES in the world of fighting hair loss!  I’m sure we can all agree that there is nothing wrong with making the best even better!  I personally look forward to testing this unit myself, and I’m really proud to have this network set up where we can once again become forum pioneers of LLLT and do what the big companies failed to do years ago -which is bring us the best LLLT device possible.

-John Christian, aka “OverMachoGrande”
Editor, WorldHairLoss.org

From the Spectralight.com.au Website:

Spectralight’s PulseDrive allows you too cheaply, easily and instantly, convert your existing constant wave laser helmet into a pulsed laser helmet. Just plug your existing laser helmet into PulseDrive and our Spectralight power adaptor and you’re done!

Spectralight Technology

Spectralight specialises in the development and manufacture of pulse width modulated (PWM) laser drivers, designed to leverage the latest research into Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) and maximise the biostimulation benefits of LLLT through the use of pulsed lasers.

Spectralight’s PulseDrive technology has been developed in conjunction with WorldHairLoss.org specifically for the Laser Messiah® laser helmet. PulseDrive is an affordable, high powered, pulse width modulated laser driver designed to deliver laser pulsing technology for your Laser Messiah® laser helmet. PulseDrive is capable of pulsing a single 5mW 3Volt laser or up to as many as five hundred 5mW 3Volt lasers! PulseDrive delivers commercial grade laser drive capability in a simple to use, low cost, home use device!

Laser Pulsing

A recent research article published in August 2010 in the Scientific and Clinical Journal “Lasers in Surgery and Medicine” concluded that “Constant wave light is the gold standard and has been used for all Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) applications. However, this review of the literature indicates that overall pulsed light may be superior to constant wave light with everything else being equal.”

Pulsed modalities of treatment have been employed for many years in numerous biomedical and physical therapy devices. Spectralight’s PulseDrive now brings this technology to you by allowing you to easily convert your existing constant wave laser helmet into a pulsed laser helmet.

Furthermore over time it is believed that the human body adjusts to any form of external stimulus, to combat this, some LLLT practitioners recommend using multiple stimulation frequencies. This has been taken into consideration in the development of PulseDrive by the incorporation of multiple frequency modes, giving you the ability to switch between frequencies and alter the biostimulation effect. Click here to read more about why pulsed lasers may out perform constant wave lasers.

Don’t forget to address your questions to John Steele, aka “Zone”!

-John (O.M.G.)

This article was written by John Christian, a.k.a. “OverMachoGrande”, with contributions from the Spectralight.com.au Website and John Steele.  John Christian is a pioneer of Do-it-yourself Laser Therapy, the creator of the “Laser Messiah” laser helmet, and a long time consumer advocate for hair loss.


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October 08th, 2011, 04:09 PM

Zone, where did you get that chrome head, by the way?!  That looks amazing!


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October 08th, 2011, 04:27 PM

It’s a self-portrait lol…

Actually, got it at a shop that sells fittings and supplies for retail outlets. Wanted a glass one like yours however they are no longer available in Australia – apparently they are a health and safety issue because they can break. I’m not sure what that would mean for any business that is selling glass products!



October 08th, 2011, 06:28 PM

Ha! Awesome, im excited. Great job Zone you, like OMG, NID and IH are heroes for this community I can’t even begin to tell you all how much it is appreciated. I look forward to this becoming available, great video. OMG I need to get with you, I had ~13 or so lasers burn out on me but haven’t made a big deal about, with this pulse drive coming out i’d like to get it ready and possibly 50 more diodes, ill be in touch….




November 07th, 2011, 06:52 AM

OMG, could shining diodes into a mirrored surface for an extended period of time, say a metallic manequin head or very reflective glass, eventually damage the diodes? seems kind of iffy reflecting the energy directly back into the unit.

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November 07th, 2011, 07:14 AM

Hey Samael,
I don’t run my laser helmet on the mannequin head; it was just something I did for the demo video. But to your point, while I wouldn’t recommend it, with 5mw diodes it isn’t a big deal.




November 07th, 2011, 08:37 AM

The answer to that is no… these 5mW lasers aren’t going to damage anything.  They are way too weak for that and don’t “burn”.  The only reason that you don’t want to use them on human tissue for a long time is because they cause biostimulation, and you don’t want too much of that.  So living object, yes, but inanimate object, no!

So, don’t worry… these aren’t the lasers used in the Stone Mountain laser show in Atlanta where they have found that over the years, the rocks are getting burned away! [I tried to find an article about that but I couldn’t.]


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April 13th, 2012, 07:20 AM

so does this work with switchable zones?
so we don’t need this now:

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