All Materials Are Customizable


The material between aluminum alloy and steel, as well as the colors, are both optional.

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Wavelengths, number of chips, and lens angles can all be tailored to individual specifications.

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Box, stand, plug, and other options are all able to be tailored to cater to your specific needs.

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Frame Material – Aluminum Alloy

Aluminum alloys possess superior corrosion resistance, enhanced strength, and durability. They also impart a sense of sophistication to the products.

These alloys have a natural silver-gray color which can be changed by anodizing or powder coating, which are the two most popular surface finish options. Both of these treatments are environmentally friendly and offer better durability and corrosion-resistant properties. Anodizing provides a more permanent and harder finish, while powder coating gives a more decorative finish and is less expensive.



Powder Coating

Corrosion-resistant Excellent Good
Durability Excellent Good
Hardness Higher Lower
Color Options Limited Wide
Color Fading Resistance Excellent Normal
Cost Higher Lower

Frame Material – Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is a remarkable material that is specifically designed to resist rusting and corrosion. This is achieved by adding several different materials such as chromium, carbon, and nickel. The resulting product is a strong, durable, and long-lasting material that is perfect for a variety of applications.

Compared to aluminum alloy, the differences are:

Main Elements Aluminum Alloy: Aluminum, silicon, copper, magnesium, and zinc.

Stainless Steel: Chromium, carbon, nickel, and other metals.

Weight Aluminum alloy is lighter.
Hardness Stainless steel is higher.
Corrosion Resistance Stainless steel is stronger, but the aluminum alloy is similar to be excellent after surface finishing.
Heat Dissipation Capacity Aluminum alloy is higher.
Cost Aluminum alloy is higher.



LEDs emit a diverse range of vibrant visible colors and invisible infrared light and can be fully customized to meet specific wavelengths.

♦Chip quantity

A combination of various wavelengths can be integrated into a single diode, such as 2-in-1, 3-in-1, or 4-in-1 configurations, to facilitate the development of your customized device. This multi-chip diode design enables more uniform and consistent photon energy distribution from each LED, particularly when the LED spacing is relatively larger.

♦Lens degree

All chips were sealed with a protective dome by the original LED manufacturer. The primary optic degree is too broad and weak for our therapy purpose, so we use secondary lenses to cover each LED. This not only helps protect them but also allows us to collect and control the light to propagate in our desired directions. The lens degree options range from 15 to 60 normally, with smaller degrees resulting in more focused light and stronger photon energy, albeit at the expense of coverage area.


Box – Considerations include texture, color, patterns, printing, and internal details.

Plug – Select your type that aligns with your target market or a versatile one that can be used globally, along with the color and logo you are prone to.

Protective goggles – Can be customized in terms of material and color to match your device.

The manual and additional accessories are also available for customization.