High-frequency electrosurgical unit SURTRON T 200

high-frequency electrosurgical unit
high-frequency electrosurgical unit
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Characteristics

Technology
high-frequency
Cutting power

120 W, 200 W

Frequency

360 kHz

Description

This high-frequency electrosurgical equipment is suitable for monopolar, bipolar precision surgery and micro-surgery without tissue alterations, allowing surgical treatments to be performed with programmable operating times in thousandths of a second, or to operate with traditional methods. Thanks to its peculiar and innovative features, such as the touch interface, it is suitable for use, in particular, with resectors, mini-resectors and electrodes of 5 Fr. in saline solution, showing results comparable to devices with a much higher cost. To ensure maximum safety conditions, the electrosurgical unit monitors the OC plate/patient circuit in real time, the power emitted, as well as being equipped with the self-diagnosis function. Output circuit - Floating, isolated from ground at high and low frequency Footswitch - Double function (IPN8). Monopolar using - With one or two handles, instrument with handle or footswitch control. Bipolar using - Footswitch control Pulse timing - Duration setting from 10 millisec. to 30 sec. Autodiagnosys - By two microprocessors with self-test on power-up; continuous control during operation and block function in case of failure with error code displaying Neutral control electrodes - By use of double or single section electrodes with acoustical and visual alarms Power supply - 230 VAC - 50 Hz, 750 VA. Classification - Class I type CF. Compliant with - CEI EN 60601-1, CEI EN 60601-2-2. Dimension and weight - 370 x 144 x 319 (l x h x p) mm., weight 6Kg.

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