ECG simulator SimCube®
NIBPheart ratemonitor

ECG simulator
ECG simulator
ECG simulator
ECG simulator
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ECG, NIBP, heart rate
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The full-featured SC-5 SimCube® NIBP (Non-Invasive Blood Pressure) Simulator provides ECG, Resp, Arrhythmias, Pacer Simulation, IBP, and more for accurate biomedical testing. The SimCube simulates real-life oscillometric pulses by varying both the shape and size of the wave as cuff pressure changes. All SimCube NIBP simulators feature one-button operation in a compact, 3-inch cube. Get 150-250 NIBP simulations from a set of 4 “AA” alkaline or NIMH batteries using the optional Battery Boost. View the product manual on our User Manuals page. SC-5 SimCube® NIBP Simulator Features: Adult (120/80 mmHg), Neonatal (70/40 mmHg), Hypertensive (190/120 mmHg), and Hypotensive (80/40 mmHg) NIBP Simulations Digital Manometer 12-lead ECG Simulation Arrhythmia Respiration Invasive Blood Pressure (IBP) Dynamic values (120/80, 70/40, 190/120) 7 static IBP values (0, 25, 50, 100, 150, 200, 250) Heart Rate/Respiration sequence Pacer Over Pressure (Peak Detect) Test mode measures the peak pressure produced by the patient monitor. The readout latches the highest pressure value sensed, in 0.1mmHg steps. Leak Rate Test Mode Package Contents: (1) SC-5 SimCube® NIBP Simulator (1) Power Supply (6VDC) (1) Certificate of Calibration (1) NIBP Adapters Optional Accessories: NIBP Adapters, Carrying Case, Cuff Jacket, ECG Extender Module, Battery Boost, IBP adapters Physical Dimensions Size 3”x 3” x 3.5” (7.6cm X 7.6cm X 8.9cm) Weight 2.5 Lbs Power External A/C Adaptor (Output: 6VDC / 1.8amps, 2.1mm, center positive connector) or 4 AA Batteries (with Battery Boost Option) NIBP Connection Quick Disconnect, Male ECG/Resp Connection 10 ECG snaps IBP Connection Mini-DIN


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