Datex Ohmeda Cardiocap 5

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Details

Features:

  • Small footprint bedside monitor with large 10.4” active matrix color display
  • Proven easy-to-use S/5 user interface
  • Shows up to 6 waveforms
  • Color-coded, prioritized alarms
  • 4 user-configurable modes for care-specific preconfigurations
  • Waveform snaphot to store and recall waveform samples for later analysis
  • On-line help for menu functions
  • 5 or 30-minute minitrends continuously on screen for quick historical view
  • 24-hour graphical trends of all parameters
  • Adjustable display brightness
  • Optional built-in, three-channel thermal array recorder
  • Built-in back-up battery to handle sudden power down situations
  • Wall mount, roll stand available for best workplace ergonomics
  • Compatible with Datex-Ohmeda S/5 Network and Central for monitor-to-monitor communication and centralized viewing

Specifications

  • Dimensions: 13.0” (W) x 8.7” (D) x 11.8” (H)/330 x 220 x300 mm
  • Weight: <11.2 kg, 24.8 lbs (F-MXG); <10.2 kg, 22.6 lbs (F-MX)
  • Power: 100-240 Vac ±10%, 60/50 Hz
  • Back-Up Battery: 15 min guaranteed, charging time typically 5 h
  • Graphical Trends: 20 min, 1, 2, 4, 6, 10, 12 and 24h
  • Numerical Trends: All parameters, sampled every 5 min and after NIBP measurement
  • Alarms: Adjustable high and low alarms
  • Operating Temperature: +10...+40°C (50...104°F)
  • Storage Temperature: –10...+50°C (14...122°F)
  • Atmospheric Pressure: 67-106 kPa (500-800 mmHg)

Screen:

  • Display Size and Type: 10.4" LCD color
  • Number of Traces: Up to 6
  • Display Resolution: 640 x 480

ECG:

  • Number of Channels: 3
  • Number of Leads: 3 or 5
  • ST Analysis: 3 channels, continuous

Heart Rate:

  • Measurement Range: 30 to 250 beats per min (bpm)
  • Measurement Accuracy:5% or ±5 bpm, whichever is greater
  • Pacemaker Pulse Detection: 2 to 500 mV, 0.5 to 2 ms

Impedence Respiration:

  • Measurement Method: Measurement uses ECG electrodes to measure the impedance changes as a result of breathing
  • Measurement Range: 4 to 120 breaths/min