• Web ID: 2150
  • Condition: Factory New

0 items are in your cart. View cart now.

Need Advice?

(502) 244-6333

Description

Effective Capnography Monitoring ( EtCO2 ).

The DRE Echo Capnography Monitor provides cost-effective SPO2 and EtCO2 monitoring with accuracy and durability. The Echo CO2 ensures effective monitoring for intubated and non-intubated patients for continuous long-term monitoring. It is tailored for mechanically ventilated and non-intubated patients.

Capnography is outpacing Pulse Oximetry as the new standard of care in outpatient surgery procedures. Click to see the dramatic difference between CO2 and SPO2.

Features

  • 5.7 inch high resolution display for easy reading
  • Lightweight, portable design and user-friendly interface for easy operation
  • Flexible configurations to meet different clinical needs
  • Standard SpO2
  • PR measurement
  • Respironics Loflo sidestream or CAPNOSTAT 5 EtCO2 mainstream measurement
  • Powerful storage capacity
  • Real-time parameters measurement display with trend table for easy reviewing
  • Built-in rechargeable Lithium-ion battery for 10 hours continuous working
  • Bi-directional communications with central station by wired or wireless network
  • Nurse call
  • Suitable for adult, pediatric and neonatal patient

Specifications

General

  • Size: 200.8mm (L) × 241mm (H) × 189 mm (D)
  • Weight: 3 kg
  • Display: 5.7 inches
  • Color TFT resolution: 640X480
  • Power Supply: 100-240 VAC, 50/60HZ
  • Pmax=70VA FUSE T 1.6AL
  • Battery Type: Lithium-ion
  • Voltage: 14.8 V DC Capacitance: 4,400 mAh
  • Working period: Color TFT 480min
  • Rechargeable period: < 360min
  • Thermal Recorder: (Optional)
  • Record Width: 48 mm
  • Paper Speed: 25mm/s

SpO2 (Standard)

General

  • Measuring Range: 0 ~ 100 %
  • Alarm Range: 0 ~ 100 %
  • Resolution: 1 %

Accuracy

  • Adult (including Pediatric):
    • ± 2% (70%~100% SpO2)
    • Undefined 0~70% SpO2
  • Neonate:
    • ± 3% (70%~100% SpO2)
    • Undefined (0~70% SpO2)
  • Pulse Rate:
    • Measuring and Alarm Range: 30 ~ 300bpm
    • Resolution: 1bpm
    • Accuracy: ± 3bpm
    • Data update period: 2s
    • ISO 9919

SpO2 (Option, by Nellcor OxiMax)

General

  • Measuring Range: 1 ~ 100 %
  • Alarm Range: 1 ~ 100 %
  • Resolution: 1 %

Accuracy

  • Adult (including pediatric):
    • ±2% (70%~100% SpO2)
    • Undefined: (0~70% SpO2)
  • Neonate:
    • ±3% (70%~100% SpO2)
    • Undefined: (0~70% SpO2)
  • Pulse Rate:
    • Measuring and Alarm Range: 20~300 bpm
    • Resolution: 1 bpm
    • Accuracy: 3 bpm

Respironics CO2

Mainstream

  • CO2 Measurement Range:
    • 0 to 150 mm Hg,0 to 19.7%,
    • 0 to 20 kPa (at 760 mm Hg)
  • Rise Time:
    • Less than 60 ms Adult/Infant
    • Reusable or Single Patient Use
    • Airway Adapter
  • CO2 Resolution:
    • 0.1 mm Hg — 0 to 69 mm Hg
    • 0.25 mm Hg — 70 to 150 mm Hg
  • CO2 Accuracy:
    • 0-40 mm Hg — ±2 mmHg
    • 41 - 70 mm Hg — ± 5% of reading
    • 71 - 100 mm Hg — ± 8% of reading
    • 101 - 150 mm Hg — ±10% of reading
    • Above 80 bpm — ±12% of reading
  • CO2 Stability:
    • Short Term Drift: Drift over four hours shall not exceed 0.8 mm Hg max.
    • Long Term Drift: Accuracy specification will be maintained over a 120-hour period
  • Respiration Rate Accuracy: ±1 breath
  • Calibration: No routine user calibration required. An airway adapter zero is required when changing to a different style of airway adapter
  • Water Resistance: IPX4-Splash-proof (sensor head only)
  • Shock Impact:
    • EN60068-2-6 Sinusoidal Vibration
    • EN60068-2-27 Shock
    • EN60068-2-64 Random Vibration
    • Able to withstand repeated 6 foot drops onto tiled floor while operating

Sidestream

Mainstream

  • Sample Rate: 50 m/L per minute
  • CO2 Measurement Range:
    • 0 - 150 mm Hg, 0 to 20 kPa (at 760 mm Hg).
    • Barometric Pressure supplied by Host
  • CO2 Resolution:
    • 0.1 mm Hg 0 to 69 mm Hg
    • 0.25 mm Hg 70 to 150 mm Hg
  • CO2 Accuracy:
    • 0 - 40 mm Hg ±2 mm Hg
    • 41 - 70 mm Hg ±5% of reading
    • 71 - 100 mm Hg ±8% of reading
    • 101 - 150 mm Hg ±10% of reading
    • Above 80 bpm ±12% of reading
  • CO2 Stability:
    • Short Term Drift: Drift over four hours shall not exceed 0.8 mm Hg max.
    • Long Term Drift: Accuracy specification will be maintained over a 120-hour period
  • Respiratory Rate Range: 2 to 150 bpm
  • Respiratory Rate Accuracy: ±1 breath
  • Sample Cell/Filter: Proprietary single patient use sample cell and inline filter are integrated with the sample line which eliminates contamination of the internal system.
  • Nasal Sampling Kits for Non-intubated Patients:
    • Adult, pediatric and infant nasal CO2 sampling, nasal CO2 sampling and O2 delivery
    • Adult and pediatric nasal/oral CO2sampling, nasal/oral CO2 sampling and O2 delivery
  • On-Airway Adapter KITS for Intubated Patients:
    • Adult/Pediatric with and without dehumidification tubing
    • Pediatric/Infant, low dead space, with and without dehumidification tubing
    • Taper meets ISO 5356-1
  • Sample Kit Hours of Use:
    • Nasal Cannula (all styles) — up to 12 hours
    • On-Airway Adapter Kits without dehumidification tubing — up to 12 hours
  • Sample Cell Detection: Insertion automatically turns sampling pump on. Removal automatically turns sampling pump off.
  • Water Resistance IPX4: Splash-proof (when sample cell is inserted in sample cell receptacle)
  • Shock ImpactIEC TR 60721-4-7 Class 7M3 (designed to withstand environments subject to significant vibrations or high shock levels)
    • EN60068-2-27 Shock
    • EN60068-2-64 Random vibration

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Documents & Resources