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Infant incubator on casters NB1

infant incubator on casters
infant incubator on casters
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The Infantia NB1 features servo-control, as well as quiet windows that minimize disturbance to the infant during nursing Features Servo-controlled by micro-computer Quiet windows reduce disturbance to the baby during nursing Adjustable inclination of the bassinet Touch switch panel with LED digital display Set temperature, real temperature and auxiliary temperature are displayed separately Multiple self-checking alarms with audible and visible Heating power rate indicates 0 - 100% RS 232 connector Data output Standard Configuration: Hood Infant bed Temperature controller Skin temperature sensor Aluminum water tank Air filter Guardrail I.V. pole and cabinet General Power Supply: AC110 - 240V/50-60HZ Power Input: 600VA Air Temperature Control Range: 25° C — 37° C Skin Temperature Control Range: 34° C — 37° C Sensor Precision: ≤0.3° C Changing of Temperature: ≤0.5° C Uniformity of Temperature: ≤0.8° C Temperature Rising Time: ≤30min Noise Level: ≤55dB (A) Inclination of Bassinet: 0° - 5° Alarming Audible and Visible Alarm: Indicates the real temperature and cuts off the power supply of heater (except for the low deviation alarm), meanwhile, the skin temperature indication window can indicate the alarm code. For Alarm 1 - 6, the relevant light is on. For Alarm 7, all alarming lights are on. All alarm sounds can be canceled except for the power failure alarm and the system alarm. Over-Temp Alarm: Sounds when the air temperature control is ≤38° C, and the skin temperature control is ≤40° C Upper Deviation Alarm: Sounds when the air temperature control is +3.0° C, and the skin temperature control is +1.0° C


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