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What's the difference between the Bemer 3000 and the QRS or MRS2000?
Posted by Jorah Lafleur on 19 November 2008 03:38 PM
Both the QRS and the MRS2000 both use a type of sawtooth waveform to pulse the coils in the mat. The MRS uses a triple sawtooth whereas the QRS uses a double sawtooth but to summarize both of these waveforms are standard waveforms in electronics.

The reason the Bemer 3000 uses a unique and patented waveform is that the Bemer waveform has a much greater number of peaks in every pulse than any of the standard waveforms. It's these peaks which relate to how much activation potential is available in the body and that's why the Bemer 3000 Plus can deliver such consistent results with such a low intensity magnetic field.

To summarize the big difference between the Bemer 3000 and the other pulsed magnetic therapy mats from Europe is that the Bemer has the special, patented waveform making it uniquely more consistent with results.

The Bemer 3000 also is the only European pulsed magnetic therapy system to have it's own studies to prove it efficacy. Many manufactures quote from generalized studies in journals to support their sales when these studies weren't actually done using their equipment. The Bemer 3000 on the other hand has many studies to prove it's efficacy some of which can be seen at
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