Fluke Biomedical, Everett, Wash, today announced a new addition to its line of electrical safety analyzers: the ESA609. The new unit is designed to be rugged, portable, and user friendly, according to the company.
The ProSim 3 and 2 vital signs simulators are the newest launch from Fluke Biomedical. Designed to be portable, the simulators have a battery that lasts all day, stay-connected ECG posts for secure lead connections, and upgraded DIN connectors.
A new electrical safety analyzer from Datrend Systems Inc uses a 10-inch Android tablet as its user interface, taking advantage of the many features offered by the tablet technology.
At the AAMI annual conference June 1-3, Lighthouse Imaging announced a new addition to its line of portable endoscope testing equipment, the EndoBenchXT2. Features include extended direction of view measurement range and improved data interface.
Acertara Acoustic Laboratories, Longmont, Colo, has released for distribution what it describes as the world’s first commercially available ultrasound acoustic dose-analysis and field mapping system.
Fluke Biomedical, Everett, Wash, has released a new gas flow analyzer, the VT305. Highly mobile, the lightweight VT305 is simple to use and provides quick results.
The ESU-2400 electrosurgical unit analyzer from BC Biomedical, St Charles, Mo, now has an improved software package and a user manual.
Compliant with IEC 60601-2-2, the Uni-Therm is capable of verifying and calibrating all major electrosurgical generators while guiding the user through all test procedures automatically.
The ESA615 electrical safety analyzer from Fluke Biomedical, Everett, Wash, is an all-in-one device, with tests including main line voltage, ground wire resistance, MAP resistance, device current, and applied parts tests.
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