A remote control allows you to turn stimulation on and off, increase and decrease stimulation levels, and target different areas in your body using settings or programs designed specifically for you. Here, you’ll find everything you need to know about how to use your remote control. Plus, access information on how to store and handle it, and how to clean it.
 

How-To Videos

 

Remote Control Quick Start Guides

Download a simple, visual guide that shows you how to start and stop stimulation, position your remote, change programs and how to charge it.
Precision Spectra, Precision Montage, and Precision Novi - Quick Start Guide
Precision Plus - Quick Start Guide
 

Storing and Handling Your Remote Control

Your remote control has been tested to make sure that it performs as it should. There are ways you can help keep it in top condition. You should not:

  • Expose it to extreme hot or cold conditions because the sensitive electronics can be damaged, particularly in high heat
  • Leave your remote control in your car or outdoors for a long time
  • Store your remote for a long time at temperatures colder than -20°C/-4°F or warmer than 60 °C/140 °F
  • Drop your remote on hard surfaces
  • Get it wet, other than for cleaning
 

Cleaning Your Remote Control

It’s best to clean your remote control using a mild detergent—not an abrasive cleanser. Use a lightly dampened cloth or tissue. Take of any soapy residue with a cloth lightly dampened with water.
 

Resources and Support

 

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If you have any questions about your Spinal Cord Stimulator (SCS) system, give us a call. We’re happy to help.

Phone: (866) 360-4747
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