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Digital Radiant Heat Warmer
Product Code: - AVI-3502



  Product Description
This excellent, decent out looking system provides maximum accessibility, controlled warning during treatment with latest microprocessor servo controlled propotionate type radiant heat source alongwith aponea monitor, with controlled slow suction unit & oxygen system with resucitation kit. The system proved very useful for observation & monitoring in low-birth weight neonates, also useful in umbilical catheterisation or circumcision for extended IV therapy care, cleaning & examination of the infant surgery, blood transfusion or whenever controlled warmness & resucitation are required.
Salient Features:
  1. Digital display for set temp as well as actual temp.
  2. PT-100 sensor.
  3. High & Low temp. range can be set.
  4. Temperature cut-off accuracy 0.1oC.
  5. Alarms provided for overheat, power fil, battery low, sensor failure as well as range crossed alarms provided.
Technical Specifications:
  1. Power supply 220v / 230v, 50/60Hz.
  2. Power consumption L 900w.
  3. Heater source two quartz silicon heater with S.S. reflector..
  4. Temp. accuracy : 0.1oC.
  5. Temp. range : 25oC to 40oC.
  6. Dimension 760 x 530 x 1720mm.
  7. Weight 40kg approx.
  8. Overheat is set at 39oC with total cut-off system.

Audiovisual alarms for overheat, for power fail for battery low for high as well as low set and for sensor failure.

     
     
 
   
 
   

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