CARDIOVIT AT-101 Easy

CARDIOVIT AT-101 Easy

ECG Device with Integrated Defibrillator, for Mobile Use



TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS :

Dimensions: 290 x 198 x 76 mm, approx. 2.9 kg

Built-in monitor: 76 x 57 mm effective display area, 320 x 240 dots resolution

On-screen status indicators: Battery status, date, time, power source

Control panel and keyboard: User-friendly, alphanumeric keyboard, LED indicator and LC display

Power supply requirements: 220 – 240 V (nominal), 50/60 Hz; 110 – 115 V (nominal), 50/60 Hz; stand-alone operation with built-in rechargeable battery; LED indicator for mains operation, integrated power supply unit

Power consumption: Max. 28 VA

Line frequency filter: Distortion-free suppression of superimposed 50 or 60 Hz sinusoidal interferences by means of adaptive digital filtering (SCHILLER Powerline Filter SPF)

Frequency range of digital recording system: 0 – 150 Hz (IEC/ AHA)

Chart paper: Thermo-reactive, Z-folded, 80 mm wide

Printing process: High-resolution thermal head printer, 8 dots/ mm

Interfaces: RS-232 serial interface; data transmission to PC (SEMA-200) and external modem connection (memory option necessary); parallel port for external printer.

The AT-101 easy is the ideal device for emergency doctors, paramedics, physicians running their own practices (home visits), occupational physicians, rescue services or as a complement for ECG monitoring, at any remote location of the world.

Features:

Intuitive and easy to use with direct keys for the most important functions

Simultaneous 12-lead Resting ECG recording with standard ECG measurements

Integrated, graphical 3-channel LCD

Easy Print: Integrated high-resolution 3-channel thermal printer

Various user-programmable report formats on internal printer

Storage and serial data transfer for Resting ECG data to a PC (with memory option)

Voice Prompt

Defibrillation: automated and manual modes.

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