Refurbished Dinamap Plus monitors are designed for noninvasive and invasive monitoring of patients in numerous clinical settings. The monitor can accompany patients to and from various hospital departments (for example, emergency, radiology, recovery, cardiac step-down) and can be used during many specialized procedures in satellite areas, or during surgeries in physicians\' offices or ambulatory surgery centers.
The monitor can be battery powered when connected to an optional battery or printer module. The model can also run on AC power using a standard power cord.
- 9700 Model Series - NIBP / SpO2 (Ask about Battery & Printer)
- Lightweight and Portable
- High visibility and clarity in most lighting conditions. Good angled views.
- Data and waveforms are displayed only when parameter is active.
- Prior Menu and Main Menu keys enable easy navigation.
- Audible and visible indications if monitored parameters exceed user selected limits. Abnormal conditions and hardware failure are also indicated.
- Audio volume control for alarms and pulse signal. Volume always at an audible level for safeguard.
- Five menu driven keys make for convenient display change.
- Monitor: 9.8lb / 4.45kg - (9.25h x 7.2w x 8.5d inches)
- Battery Module: 3.85lb / 1.75kg - (1.5h x 7.2w x 8d inches)
- Printer Module: 6lb / 2.7kg - (3.32h x 7.12w x 8.13d inches)
- AC Input: 88-268 VAC; 47-63 Hz
- AC Input Power: 20-35 watts typical, including battery charger; 70 watts maximum
- AC Line Fuses 2.0 A (F2A, fast blow), 250V, 3AG
- DC Input Voltage: 12 to 32 VDC
- DC Input Power: 15-21 watts typical: 42 watts max.
- 5.0 A (F5A fast blow), 125V, 2AG
- Storage Battery Fuses: 5.0 A (F5A, fast blow), 125V, 2AG
- Leakage Current: <100uA
- Power Cable: Domestic 10ft, detachable, blue jackete, 16 gauge terminated with 3-prong hospital grade plug. // International: 10ft, detachable, blue jacketed, 16 gauge unterminated.
- Battery of Printer Module Storage Battery Operation: Two batteries; sequential operation, one hour per battery. Standard 10 hour rating is 2.3 Amperes per hour.