L100 Go System

The L100 Go system was developed for people with drop foot, which can occur due to diseases of the central nervous system such as a stroke, multiple sclerosis or infantile cerebral palsy. It works on the basis of functional electrical stimulation (FES). With FES, electrical impulses activate the nerves which the central nervous system can no longer control – in this case, the nerves and thus the muscles that are responsible for lifting the foot. This improves your gait pattern, making it smoother and safer. The orthosis can also contribute to muscle rehabilitation and promote mobility in the joint as well as circulation.

Intelligent stimulator

The stimulator continuously adjusts the system to changes in the gait pattern based on intelligent 3D motion detection. It reliably generates an impulse to stimulate dorsiflexion, always at exactly the right time.

Lower leg cuff

The lower leg cuff secures the stimulator and the electrode. Anatomically shaped versions are available for the right and left leg respectively.

The electrode controls one stimulation channel

The L100 Go controls one stimulation channel with just a single electrode. The foot is lifted thanks to the electrical impulse.

28FS100 - Knee-Ankle-Foot

L100 Go System

Improved mobility. Made easier.

The L100 Go system was developed for people with drop foot, which can occur due to diseases of the central nervous system such as a stroke, multiple sclerosis or infantile cerebral palsy. It works on the basis of functional electrical stimulation (FES). With FES, electrical impulses activate the nerves which the central nervous system can no longer control – in this case, the nerves and thus the muscles that are responsible for lifting the foot. This improves your gait pattern, making it smoother and safer. The orthosis can also contribute to muscle rehabilitation and promote mobility in the joint as well as circulation.

Terms and conditionsStroke, other, Neurological disorders
User groupadults
ApplicationsCustum orthetics, Bracing & Support/ (OTS)

L100 Go System

The L100 Go system was developed for people with drop foot, which can occur due to diseases of the central nervous system such as a stroke, multiple sclerosis or infantile cerebral palsy. It works on the basis of functional electrical stimulation (FES). With FES, electrical impulses activate the nerves which the central nervous system can no longer control – in this case, the nerves and thus the muscles that are responsible for lifting the foot. This improves your gait pattern, making it smoother and safer. The orthosis can also contribute to muscle rehabilitation and promote mobility in the joint as well as circulation.

Intelligent stimulator

The stimulator continuously adjusts the system to changes in the gait pattern based on intelligent 3D motion detection. It reliably generates an impulse to stimulate dorsiflexion, always at exactly the right time.

Lower leg cuff

The lower leg cuff secures the stimulator and the electrode. Anatomically shaped versions are available for the right and left leg respectively.

The electrode controls one stimulation channel

The L100 Go controls one stimulation channel with just a single electrode. The foot is lifted thanks to the electrical impulse.

Benefits at a glance

L100 Go – stimulating and mobilising

Straightforward, fast fitting

A tablet with Bluetooth connection is available to qualified personnel for fitting the L100 Go. Combined with the small number of components, this makes your fitting quick and straightforward.

No foot sensor required

Acceleration sensors monitor movement patterns during walking in all three planes. This also eliminates the need for a foot sensor.

Easy to put on with one hand

The lower leg cuff is equipped with a modern closure system, so you can easily put on the L100 Go with just one hand.

Handy user app

You can operate the system yourself with an app. The app also measures your personal activity level by counting your steps.

User Experience

Get active again

Alexandra wears the L100 Go

Alexandra has had drop foot since undergoing a brain operation. She is an active person who lives life to the fullest and has been fitted with the L100 Go electrostimulation system. 

Specifications

Product information

Terms and conditionsStroke, other, Neurological disorders
User groupadults
ApplicationsCustum orthetics, Bracing & Support/ (OTS)
ProductionAssembled

Product Data

Article numberSideLower leg circumference
28FS100=Lleft (L)29-51 cm
28FS100=Rright (R)29-51 cm
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Instructions for use
28FS100Instructions for use

Download (Русский, PDF 1 MB) Instructions for use
FAQS

Answers for you

What is the difference between the L100 Go and L300 Go systems?

The L100 Go is a single-channel system. This version is a device for users for whom adequate physiological dorsiflexion is possible with single-channel stimulation and who have no additional instability of the knee or weak thigh muscles.

The L300 Go is a multi-channel system. A single electrode controls two stimulation channels to provide balanced dorsiflexion – so it’s possible to configure very fine supination, pronation and dorsiflexion settings. An additional surface stimulator with a matching thigh cuff is available for users with instability of the knee or weak thigh muscles.

What is functional electrical stimulation (FES)?

FES is the use of low-voltage stimulation to restore or improve functions in case of neurological damage or injuries.

What are the benefits of FES in case of paralysis or paresis (partial loss of movement)?

FES can improve the movements you want to make with your limbs. It can also retrain your musculature, prevent atrophy (amyotrophia), improve the radius of movement and boost local blood circulation.

How does FES enable body movements?

The brain sends electrical signals to your body via the nervous system. These signals tell the body how to move. If this natural communication between the brain and lower limbs is interrupted by injuries or diseases, it can lead to muscle weakness or paralysis. Sometimes, a muscle and its nerve connections are healthy, but communication cannot take place from the brain because there is a problem with the central nervous system. In this case, FES can be used to replace these natural electrical signals from the brain so that weak or paralysed limbs can be moved again.


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