The latest generation of ECG from Cardioline, featuring multiple levels of performance in a multichannel ECG. Recording with all the features of reliability, versatility and low operating costs that characterise CARDIOLINE
LCD colour display - real time ECG display in 3, 6 and 12 channels.
Multi-channel print format - on 120 mm paper: 3, 3+R, 6, 12 channels.
Multiple recording modes - automatic, manual and preprogrammed mode
Alphanumeric keyboard – fast and easy data entry
Z-fold paper packs – easy page separation
Dual independent power supply – mains and/or rechargeable internal batteries
Memory recall - of the last ECG recording and to print a copy
Event detection buzzer – automatically determines patient events
Bluetooth communication – for seamless PC connection and digital archiving
3 Year Guarantee – unquestionable reliability and peace of mind
Major benefits of the ar1200viewbt include
Efficient and fast control of the recording quality - with the new electrodes management system and thanks to the multi-channel graphic display, you are able to visualize the ECG signal before and during a recording with no need to print out immediately on paper.
Safe and easy wireless connection - Bluetooth Class I (up to 100m).
User-friendly interface - the liquid crystal display and a simplified set of alphanumeric keys ensure quick and trouble-free use under
any conditions, and dependable ECG examination and patient management.
Easily adapted to suit your individual requirements - the selection of options offered has no restrictions or constraints, it has no effect on day-to-day use of the instrument and upgrades can be made directly at your clinic or surgery.
Dimensions: 320mm (L) x 72mm (H) x 240mm (d)
Weight: 2150 grams
Power supply: mains 240v / rechargeable NiMh internal cells
Paper speeds: 5, 10, 12.5, 25, 50 mm/s
Paper sensitivities: 2.5, 5, 10, 20 mm/mv
Display: 4.3” LCD TFT 480 x 272 pixels
Accessories included: patient cable, power lead, disposable tab electrodes x 100, tab adaptors x 10, ECG ruler and full user instructions
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