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ECG100G

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Introduction

ECG100G is a kind of single channel electrocardiograph,

which features in printing ECG waveform with thermal printing

system, prompting for "Lead off" or "Lack of paper",

 multi-language interface, recording ECG waveform with manual or auto mode,

convenient to operate.

 

Main Features

 Operation

 

■ 2.7" STN-LCD, accurate and clear ECG waveform and working state display, economical to save recording paper.

 

■ Touch keyboard, simple and convenient to operate.

 

Functions

 

■ Adopt digital signal processing technology to get high-quality ECG waveforms via AC filter, baseline filter and EMG filter of ECG signal.

 

■ Real-time record single-channel ECG waveform and annotation(including lead mark, sensitivity, paper speed and filter state, etc.).

 

■ Adopt high-resolution thermal printing system(8 dot/mm), no need for any adjustments. Recording frequency: up to 150Hz.

 

■ In AUTO mode, finish all operation by pressing the button once, which improves work efficiency.

 

■ Multi-language (Chinese, English, French, Italian, Turkish, Spanish and German) interface and report.

 

Power supply

 

■ AC/DC, built-in rechargeable lithium battery.

 

■ In optimal DC state, up to 7h standby time, continuous print up to 4h, record up to 160 ECG waveform.

 

 

 

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