1. Where can I use Metronome?
2. Can I use Metronome with my Negative Ion Generator?
3. Can I use Metronome for sleeping?
4. Is Metronome safe to use with my baby?
5. How many hours will Metronome operate on a full charge?
6. How do I check the battery level?
7. How do I know it’s fully charged?
8. I lost my charger, can I order a replacement?
9. How do I choose the right program?
10. How can I tell Metronome is working?
11. The SLED doesn’t light when I plug in the power adapter?
12. The SLED flashes two colors rapidly when I plug in the power adapter or press the START dome switch.
13. How do I check to see what version and preset programs are on Metronome?
14. How do I update Metronome?
15. Where can I download the User Guide?
16. Can I extend the warranty after it’s expired?
Metronome is designed to be used near to, or directly touching, your body. It creates a field of healthy energies extending about 18 inches in all directions. For body aches and pains Metronome should be placed directly over or on the area of discomfort and may be held in place with a flexible wrap or an elastic support brace once started. When placed touching your skin we recommend facing the front of Metronome, where the SLED is located, towards your skin to prevent body moisture from affecting the dome switches on the back. For headaches place Metronome behind your neck, rather than directly over the area of the headache. For general health concerns place Metronome near the affected area. Metronome is safe enough to be used next to the body all day and night.
Negative Ion Generators, like Ionic Breeze or other high energy discharge air cleaners, generate a large field on negative ions that act like a static charge and can damage sensitive electronic equipment like Metronome. Metronome should be kept at least 6 feet away from any negative ion generator, and its charger should never be plugged into the same power outlet as the negative ion generator.
Yes. Preset #7, Deeper Sleep, that flashes Violet when selected, is provided for this purpose. In this case, Metronome should be started, the sleep preset selected and then placed under your pillow when you are ready to go to sleep. Metronome will run its sleep program for 9 hours and then enter Standby mode. You can use other preset programs while sleeping if Millennius is placed near the location of the body where the symptoms are indicated.
Yes. If the infant is teething place Metronome in a waterproof cover to prevent moisture from getting into it.
5. How many hours will Metronome operate on a full charge? Metronome’s rechargeable Lithium Polymer battery should provide up to 48 hours of use between charges. Most preset programs are designed to operate for 8 hours before going into Standby mode, so if you use Metronome for one 8 hour period each day it can be operated for 6 days before needing to be recharged. If you use Metronome for sleeping and again during the day, then it should operate 3 days between charges.
When Metronome is running you may press and release the START dome switch to display the color of the currently running preset program followed by the color of the current battery level. The battery should be recharged if the displayed color flash is Yellow, Orange or Red. Additionally, when placing Metronome in Standby mode by pressing and holding the SELECT dome switch, after the shutdown color sequence is displayed there will be on flash of color to indicate the battery level.
When Metronome is in Standby mode and charging the SLED will flash Green once every 2 and ½ minutes. When the battery is fully charge this will change to three successive Green flashes every 2 and ½ minutes. It is not recommended to operate Metronome while charging the battery. When Metronome is running and charging the SLED will flash green once every ten seconds to alert you that it should be placed in Standby mode.
Yes, replacement chargers are available from NuTesla by clicking this link.
Metronome features 8 unique wellness and awareness preset programs which are explained in its User Guide. Selecting the right program is usually self-evident from their descriptions. We recommend reading the User Guide and following your personal intuition in selecting the appropriate preset program for any particular situation.
Every time Metronome is started, changes presets or restarts a running preset program, it does an internal diagnostic test to verify its Bio-Pulse emitters are operating correctly. As long as the SLED is flashing the normal indications as shown in the User Guide you can be assured it is operating properly. If there is a failure, Metronome will rapidly and repeatedly flash a unique two color sequence to indicate the source of the problem. Metronome has an automatic reset mechanism that clears it and restarts it whenever an active charger is disconnected from the charging connector.
If Metronome has been allowed to run the battery too low, or has been left unused for more than a week, the rechargeable battery may be too low to start Metronome when the charger is first connected. If this is the case, leave Metronome connected to the charger for at least thirty minutes and then remove and reinsert the charger again. If Metronome still fails to indicate it is running, then use the USB programming cable plugged into a powered USB port on your computer to charge Metronome.
This indicates Metronome has detected an internal component failure. Contact NuTesla support via email at support.nutesla.com for instructions have your Metronome repaired.
Connect Metronome to an active USB port on either a Windows PC or MacOS computer and press and hold the START dome switch until the SLED starts flashing green or red and green and then release the dome switch. Metronome will enumerate (appear to the computer) as a flash drive named Rhythmedics. View the contents of this flash drive and open the file named NUTESLA.HTM. This will open your default Internet Browser and Metronome’s Instrument Information window will be displayed listing its Serial Number, Version Number and installed preset programs. When done, press and release the SELECT dome switch to exit the flash drive mode. Windows or MacOS may display a warn in message when this occurs, but it will not harm either your computer or Metronome.
The current User Guide can be downloaded by clicking http://metronome.nutesla.com/support
Yes. A low cost warranty extension may be purchased from NuTesla by clicking here.