LED WAVELENGTH TYPES
For Infrared diodes, there are 3 Types of Infrared LEDS (855nm, 880nm, and 940nm (880nm is the least reflective compared to the 940nm). Only certain people can use the 940nm types. 880nm diodes are more expensive diodes than any other type. Very few LED companies have 880's. I urge people to try a SBT 880nm diode. It feel much different than older generation 880's.

RED Wavelength LED diodes:
There are 2 main types (660nm and 630nm (630 is better and less reflective at the higher wattage levels). Most LEDs have 660 as it is a deeper penetrating RED but 630 is more absorbed. At this time to have enough low powered 660nm diodes would be cost prohibitive for most buyers. The average 630nm diode costs about 6 dollars per diode (retail) and one of the most popular LED panels costs around 1600 dollars. If enough deep red 660nm were used in this type it would cost nearly 3 to 4 times this price. Omnilux has these very expensive diodes and right now nothing compares to their quality and usually the big name spas buy their panels. A lot of newer LED panels have both 660 and 630 which I personally don't like that are used together. 660nm are extremely more expensive at this time compared to the 630nm diodes.

BLUE LEDS 415nm vs 450nm (the latest generation now has the 420 or 450nm diodes). POLY LED and Lightwave are my two most recommend blue LED if using it in a commercial setting. It is a tough decision to make getting a SBT blue diode vs a single spectrum POLY LED panel. POLY doesn't use SBT diodes but they are super high quality.

Note: Those that are buying a LED light therapy device based on an FDA clearance, make sure you know 420nm was what the studies were done on. When I asked each company what their LED was cleared for, they just said it "was". I bust so many people when they can't tell me what it was for. The LED light therapy device at the present time has 5 FDA clearances although the price of their LED is very expensive. Some manufacturers have 1 or 2 FDA clearances and the other wavelengths are not the ones the studies were done on. So, if a company says their Infrared is at 940nm, just ask if that is an FDA cleared wavelength for the reason they are claiming it works for. It may work some but not like the 880nm that they based the studies off of.

Warning: those who are seeking a certain wavelength I make sure that if it says 880nm or 630nm what is the variance and how long it stays at that wavelength. Is it constant or peak that only lasts for a split second when the LED is powered up.

If anyone has any concerns please let me know at the bottom of my LED quiz form. I have done so many tests and know real world results. I hear complaints from aestheticians, from customers and I hear good things and after a while I use my research with what I hear to see how different it is.

It is hard to fool someone who has reviewed LEDs and cold lasers for many years. (see my coldlaserstore.com to see how far I took my research with cold lasers as an example).

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OMNILUX - JOOVV - LightStim - LIGHTWAVE - POLY LED - InLight - Celluma Biophotas -LEDPOD - reVive Light dlp - LEDSTIM - LEDBED - SUNLED