3-channel electrocardiograph FCP-8100/FX-8100
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3-channel electrocardiograph
3-channel electrocardiograph
3-channel electrocardiograph
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Electrocardiograph CardiMax FCP-8100/FX-8100 The weight is only 1.2kg and size is smaller than A4 size. But enables superior performance and allows a wide range applications. FEATURES Interpretation / Arrhythmia function (FCP-8100 only)800 x 480 resolution colour LCD display6 / 12 lead ECG display1 / 3 channel on 50 / 63 mm paperInternal memory for ECG data storageLAN port for external connectivity SPECS Dimensions 225(W) x 180(D) x 50(H) mm Weight 1.2 Kg The FCP-8100/FX-8100 is one of the smallest and lightest ECG units on the market. Its large 7" widescreen LCD offers unparalleled ease of use for checking patient data as well as clear, accurate ECG waveforms. Standard 12-Iead ECG Waveform The FCP-8100/FX-8100 features the largest LCD in its class. The large 7" widescreen format allows the user to review real-time ECG waveforms up to 12 leads at a time. The increased viewing area allows improved observation of critical waveforms and heart rate. In addition, the user can review patient demographics and instrument settings from the main screen. Selectable Recording Formats The user can select reoordng formats from 1 or 3-chamete. The Automatic Recording Mode allows these selections as well as the selection of a 1 channel + 1 rhythm lead with a selectable continuous recording waveforms mode. Reporting format for measurement or analysis can be selected as required. Internal Memory An internal memory allows users to store waveforms and measurement/analysis data for up to 500 examinations. The operator can review selected ECG data from the memory on the LCD screen or print it as required.


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