ABADIS907 ( Digital Pulseoximeter )

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Digital Pulseoximeter Including:

  • Oxygen Saturation (SpO2)
  • Pulse Rate (PR)
  • Plethysmograph Waveform
  • Perfusion Index (PI)
  • Temperature High Accuracy and Precision of Parameters on Low Perfusion Condition

Setting for all Patient Type:

  • Adult
  • Pediatric
  • Neonate
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Technical Specification

  • Internal Rechargeable Battery with 6 Hours Working Capacity
  • ETHERNET Connector Complying HL7 Protocols
  • USB Connector
  • Arm Processor Design
  • Unlimited Trend for Several Patients
  • 7 Inch Full Color TFT LCD
  • Auto-rotate Sensor for Detecting Horizontal or Vertical Positions

Oximetry performance is the most critical right when conditions are most difficult. That’s when you can count on
Dolphin Medical’s ONE™ (Oximetry Noise Elimination) technology.
Dolphin Medical’s ONE™ technology is the first and only system that uses a patented digital sensor – all others still use
an analog sensor.
Dolphin ONE™ sensors both amplify and digitize the signal in the sensor, resulting in a stronger and higher quality
signal. Dolphin’s OEM oximetry modules are designed to substantially improve performance and eliminate nuisance
alarms associated with motion and low perfusion. Dolphin’s OEM modules interface directly with the Dolphin ONE™
family of sensors and the host platform to-calculate the SpO2 and pulse rate.

Electrical Characteristics
Power Requirements (AC Line) 100-240VAC; 50-60 Hz; 23-30VA
Battery 7.6 VDC; Li-Ion, Rechargeable
Maximum Protection
Battery Operating Time: 4 hours
Battery Charging Time: 4 hours
Fuse 500 mA
Resolution
SpO2 1%
Pulse Rate 1 bpm
Temperature 0.1°C
Sensor LEDs
Nominal wavelenght and nominal power output values (RED) 660 nm – 1.8 mw and (IRED) 905 nm – 2.0 mw
Battery 7.6 VDC; Li-Ion, Rechargeable
Maximum Protection
Battery Operating Time: 4 hours
Battery Charging Time: 4 hours
Alarm Limits
Low SpO2 0% – 99%
High SpO2 1% – 100%
Low Pulse Rat 30 bpm – 229 bpm
High Pulse Rate 31 bpm – 230 bpm
Measurment Range
SpO2 0% – 100%
Pulse Rate 30 – 240 bpm (beat per minute)
Temperature 0.0° – 60.0°C (32.0° – 138.9°F )
Perfusion 0.02% – 20%
Unit Dimensions & Weight
Dimensions 30 x 25 x 10 cm
Weight 1.5 kg
Display
Type High Quality TFT Full Colors Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) with LED Backlight
Data Displayed SpO2, Pulse Rate, Plethysmograph waveform, Temperature, Alarms and Status Message
Note: There is no display delay for the calculated value.
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Accuracy
SpO2 (Functional) No Motion and Normal Perfusion (70-100%) ±2%
Pulse Rate No Motion and Normal Perfusion (30-240 bpm) ±3 bpm
SpO2 (Functional) Neonatal*
No Motion and Normal Perfusion
(70-100%) ±2%
SpO2 (Functional) Motion, Low Perfusion <0.2% (70-100%) ±3%
Pluse Rate Motion, Low Perfusion <0.2% (30-240 bpm) ±5 bpm
Temperature Not Including Sensor Accuracy (0-70°C) 1-2%
*Neonatal testing was completed on healthy adult subject and 1% was added to the % arms to account for fatal haemoglobin effects.
IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) Classifications
Type of Protection CLASS II
Degree of Protection Type BF
Mode of Protection Continuous
Degree of Protection Against Ingress of Liquids Ordinary (IPX2)
Recommended Methods of Sterilization or Disinfection Using a soaked swab with alcohol for the external parts of system, SpO2 sensor and extension cable for appropriate cleaning instructions.
Degree of Safety of Application in the Presence of a Flammable Anesthetic Not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture with air, oxygen or nitrous oxide.
Do not use functional tester to assess the accuracy of pulseoximeter probes and monitor.
List of Relevant Standard
1 EN ISO 80601-2-61:2011 Medical electrical equipment Part 2-61: Particular requirements for basic safety and essential performance of pulseoximeter equipment
2 EN 80601-1-8:2006 Medical electrical equipment – Part 1-8: General
requirements for safety – Collateral standard: 2. General requirements, tests and guidance for alarm systems in medical electrical equipment and medical
3 EN 60601-1:2006 Medical electrical equipment – Part 1: General requirements for basic safety and essential performance
4 EN ISO 14971:2007 Medical devices – Application of risk management to medical devices (ISO 14971:2007)
5 EN 60601-1-2:2001 Medical electrical equipment – Part 1-2: General requirements for safety – Collateral standard: Electromagnetic compatibility – Requirements and tests
6 ASTM F2761-09 Medical Devices and Medical Systems — Essential safety
requirements for equipment comprising the patient-centric integrated clinical environment (ICE) — Part 1: General requirements and conceptual model

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