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Spectra

S1+ Hospital Grade Electric Double Pump

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Description

▸ Hospital level:
S1+ is a hospital-level electric breast pump with a sucking mode and speed adjustment design.
▸ Adjustable massage function, sucking mode and speed:
Equipped with 5-level massage function, 12-level sucking mode and 5-level frequency speed control, mothers can use the massage mode to stimulate and promote lactation first, and then switch to the sucking mode with a simple touch, and the frequency speed can also be adjusted to increase the amount of breast milk .

 

Spectra S1 instructions to use: 

(1) How to assemble:
* Attach the valve onto the breast shield
* Screw the breast shield onto the collection bottle
* Attach the back flow protector to the back part of the breast shield
* Connect one end of the tubing to the back flow protector and the other end to the breast pump motor

(2) Turning on the breast pump
Press the power button to turn on / off your breast pump.

(3) Switching to let-down mode / massage mode
The let-down button  (sometimes also referred as massage button) is indicated as the three-wave button right above the power button. This button allows you to toggle between let-down mode and expression mode.
How do you know you are in which state, let-down or expression mode?
(a)Take a look at the LED display.
When you are in let-down mode, there will be a three-wave (some people refer it as ‘bacon’) icon displayed in the top-left corner of the screen.
In expression mode, this icon will not be displayed (see the picture below).
(b) In let-down mode, you cannot change the cycle speed, it is fixed at 70 cycles per minute. Additionally, you can only adjust the suction strength between 1 to 5. On the other hand, during expression mode, you can adjust the cycle speed and suction strength independently.
Yes, unlike other typical breast pump model, Spectra S1 and Spectra S2 allows you to adjust the vacuum / suction strength and suction speed setting independently.

(4) Here are the suction strength and cycle speed options available in Spectra S1
Let-down mode:
* Cycle speed: 70
* Suction strength: 1-5
Expression mode:
* Cycle speed: 38. 42, 46, 50, 54 (this number simply means how many times suction is applied to your breast within one minute. E.g. 38 means in one minute the breast pump will apply suction to your breast 38 times. 
* Suction strength: 1-12

So, if your milk does not spray right away once you turn on the breast pump, it’s totally normal. Relax. That’s why we use let-down mode to stimulate milk release from the breast.
Once you turn on the breast pump and switch to let-down mode, you can adjust the massage setting.
There’s 5 levels you can choose from, cycle speed is kept at 70 cycles / minutes. If you are beginner pumper, start with level 2 or 3. If you need stronger suction, increase to 4 or 5 (use the +/- button on the right). Remember, you should not feel any pain. If there’s any pain, that means your suction strength is too high. 

(5) Adjusting the let-down mode

switch to let-down mode, you can adjust the massage setting.
There’s 5 levels you can choose from, cycle speed is kept at 70 cycles / minutes. If you are beginner pumper, start with level 2 or 3. If you need stronger suction, increase to 4 or 5 (use the +/- button on the right). Remember, you should not feel any pain. If there’s any pain, that means your suction strength is too high. 

(6) Adjusting the expression mode
You can switch to expression mode once you see your milk starts flowing.
If you are not sure what setting to use, start with 54 cycles, suction level 5.
You can increase / decrease suction if you feel you need to. Again, remember that you don’t need to use the highest suction to get max milk. Use the level that’s most comfortable for you. There’s no right and wrong here. It’s all about personal preference.

Specification

Product code:SPT-BP001

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