Attaching the Unit

Leg Strap Liner: Align the two holes with the two press studs on the leg strap (if included).

Carbon Rubber Pads: Fix to the leg strap using the press studs. This will also secure the leg strap liner. Carbon rubber pads should be wiped clean with warm water after each use.

Conductive Gel: Apply a small amount to the carbon rubber pads. The conductive gel complies with all equine and veterinary regulations. Gel ensures a good electrical connectivity with the skin and is propylene glycol free.

Warning: Do not use any other gel in conjunction with the ArcEquine. Even some medical grade conductive gels can contain propylene glycol, which is a component ingredient of anti-freeze and may react with the skin.

Leg Strap: Attach the leg strap with the delivery unit to the outside of the cannon bone. Rotate the strap between healthy legs each day. Please do not over tighten and protect with a soft stable bandage. The carbon rubber pads are very sensitive and no significant pressure is required to maintain connectivity. After putting the delivery unit into the leg strap's elasticated bands, please ensure that the electrical lead in the leg strap is inserted fully into the bottom of the delivery unit.

Never strap to an injured leg and when possible, rotate between healthy legs once daily.