Colour light
detection & stimulation

More than 150 colour filters or discs can be attached to the innovative detection and luminous stimulation devices. Ideal for use in chromotherapy, medical photonics, auriculomedicine, and any luminous stimulation of the body.


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LEs gammes d'auricilomédecine


LEs gammes d'auricilomédecine



The organs of the body have a set rate of metabolism. In the 1970s, Paul Nogier found the physiological linkage between a range of frequencies and different parts of the skin using the RAC.
The skin contains several types of sensory receptors and recorders, making it sensitive to different stimuli including electromagnetic stimulation at various wavelengths. Studies have shown that projecting white or coloured light onto the skin stimulates the neuroendocrine system, which triggers a reaction in the body through the release of chemical neuromediators.
Intermittent light stimulation of the skin can produce a number of very different RAC. depending on the frequency of the light impulses delivered. This is one of the essential parts of auriculomedicine.

Through this skin stimulation he discovered the frequencies at which the areas of the pinna of the ear and body reacted in the same way to a specific frequency or colour (photo-perception):
A = 2,28 Hz, Orange 21, basal area, represents anabolism
B = 4.56 Hz, Red 25, nutrition and assimilation (metabolism) area
C = 9.12 Hz, Yellow 3, kinetic area represents movement
D = 18.25 Hz, Red 24, associative area, represents the link between the right and left sides of the body
E = 36.50 Hz, Blue 44, distribution area, represents the transmission of the influx between the cortex and the soma
F = 73 Hz, Blue 98, sub-cortical area, represents intuitive organisation
G = 146 Hz, Magenta 30, cortical area, represents mental organisation

From the properties of the skin and the features of the light causing the skin photo-perception effect, SEDATELEC has designed devices to generate white, coloured, pulsed or unpulsed light by the NOGIER frequencies**.

These devices are used for diagnosis or stimulation depending on the models and usually operate in conjunction with taking the NOGIER pulse.
For use in chromotherapy, medical photonics, auriculomedicine, and any luminous stimulation of the coloured or non-coloured body.


Battery-powered medical examination light with frequency and continuous light and colour stimulation.