More Humane Electric Stimulus

JanCzek janczek at aol.com
Sun Feb 20 21:50:13 EST 2000

Electric Stimulus with Counter and Off Switch

This device was developed for the Columbus Instruments' treadmills utilizing
shock a stimulus to keep rats and mice  running on the exercise belt.
The newly designed electric shock counter, counts electric pulses delivered to
the animal and  terminates the shock, automatically,  if the preset number of
shocks was delivered. 
The Shock Counter With Automatic Shock Termination Switch  provides a more
humane alternative, to stimulate animals (rats and mice) to continue 
exercising without punishing  them beyond their capacity to react.
For more information contact:
Jan Czekajewski or Ken Kober
Columbus Instruments
sales at colinst.com

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