Quanta Q Plus C

Only device on the market to offer 3 true laser wavelengths

The Q-Plus Series of tattoo removal devices sets the standard by which all other devices are measured.  It is the only device on the market to offer 3 true laser wavelengths including the 694nm Ruby to treat the difficult green and blue inks.

  • Q-Plus C is a Q-Switched Nd:YAG 532 and 1064 nm
  • Energy up to 1000 mJ/pulse @1064 nm
  • Pulse Width of 6 ns.
  • Adjustable Repetition Rate up to 10 Hz
  • Combined with a Ruby Laser @694 nm
  • Pulse Width of 30 ns
  • Energy on the skin up to 1 J/pulse
  • 510(k): Q-Plus T K073549, Q -Plus T + Ipl K123168

Optibeam technology offers a flat topped, square spot and homogenizing optics to equally distribute energy across the beam, providing more efficient laser treatment.


Quanta Q Plus C Video Overview

Q Plus C Before and After Photos

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Tattoo Removal After 1 Treatment
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Blue/ Green Ink Removal After 1 Treatment

Quanta Q Plus C Details

The Quanta Q Plus C is the only device on the market to offer 3 true laser wavelengths including the 694 nm Q-Switched Ruby laser, the Q-Switched Nd:YAG 1064 nm laser and the Q-Switched Nd:YAG 532 nm laser.  The wavelengths are pulsed individually and cannot be fired simultaneously. These wavelengths are absorbed by natural chromophores, like melanin, hemoglobin and water and by exogen pigments like tattoo ink. They are indicated for tattoo removal.  The 1064nm is suggested for dark blue and black ink and the 532nm is suggested for red, orange, yellow, and purple ink.

Quanta Q Plus C Testimonials

“Unlike other Q-switch lasers in the market, the Q Plus C with its multiple wavelengths is both powerful and reliable laser. It is my laser of choice for tattoo removal and treatment of lentigines. My patients love the results!”

~ Dr. Gary Chuang, Tufts University

“I use the Q Plus C to treat black and multi-colored tattoos and various pigmented lesions, including lentigines and café au lait macules. The ability to switch seamlessly between three different wavelengths is unique and invaluable. In particular, the addition of the 694 nm ruby laser to the platform allows me to treat the blues and greens that are resistant to Nd:YAG laser.

The laser is high-powered and fast, with repetition rates up to 10 Hz and with choice of three different spot sizes. Unlike alexandrite lasers, the Q Plus C is ready to fire almost immediately after turning the key and does not require a lengthy warm up time. In summary, I have been very pleased with the performance and reliability of my Q Plus C laser.”

~ Dr. Richard J. Ort – Dermatology & Laser Institute Of Colorado – Former Hoya ConBio Medlite C6 Owner

Twain IPL Upgrade

Twain IPL is an upgrade, pulsed light option to expand your Quanta Light Series, MDK or Q-Plus device.  The six interchangeable waveguide options—simple to connect and easy to operate—add either single-pulse or burst mode IPL treatment options to the above Quanta lasers, expanding treatment options and profitability.

The six interchangeable waveguide options:

  • 650 – 1200 nm for hair removal
  • 625 – 1200 nm for hair removal
  • 590 – 1200 nm for hair removal
  • 570 – 1200 nm for facial vascular and benign pigmented lesions
  • 550 – 1200 nm for facial vascular and benign pigmented lesions
  • 400 – 1200 nm for inflammatory acne treatments

Quanta Q Plus C Specs

Laser Nd:YAG Nd:YAG Ruby
Wavelength (nm) 1064 532 694
Pulse width (ns) 6 6 30
Repetition rate (Hz) up to 10 up to 10 1
Spot size (mm) up to 4×4 up to 4×4 up to 4×4
Fluence range (J/cm2) up to 22 up to 11 up to 25
Electrical requirements 220- 230 V AC; 16 Amp; 50-60 Hz
Comes standards with NEMA L630 plug.

Indications for Use

Source selection and wavelength Indications for Use
Nd:Yag laser
(1064nm)
Nd:Yag laser
(532nm)
These wavelengths are absorbed by natural chromophores, like melanin, hemoglobin and water and by exogen pigments like tattoo ink. They are indicated for:
Tattoo removal:
1064nm: suggested for dark blue and black ink
532nm: suggested for red, orange, yellow, and purple ink Pigmented lesion removal (benign):
Cafe au lait spot
Ephalides, solar lentigo (lentigines)
Becker Nevus
Ota Nevus
Nevus spilus
Ruby laser
(694nm)
These wavelengths are absorbed by natural chromophores, like melanin, hemoglobin and water and by exogen pigments like tattoo ink. They are indicated for:
Tattoo removal:
Suggested for blue, sky blue, black, green and violet ink Pigmented lesion removal (benign):
Cafe au lait spot
Ephalides, solar lentigo (lentigines)
Becker Nevus
Ota and Ito Nevus
Nevus spilus
Mongolian spot
IPL 650-1200nm
IPL 625-1200nm
IPL 590-1200nm
Indicated for hair removal
IPL 550-1200nm
IPL 570-1200nm
Indicated for photocoagulation of dermatological vascular lesion (i.e face telangiectasia), photothermolysis of blood vessels (treatment of facial and leg veins), and treatment of benign pigmented lesions
IPL 550-1200nm Indicated for face vascular lesions and solar lentigines (benign pgmented lesions)
IPL 400-1200nm Indicated for inflammatory acne (acne vulgaris)

 

 

 


Q Plus & MDK OPTIBEAM technology

Q Plus & MDK OPTIBEAM technology

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