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Condition: Used - Excellent
Type: Oximeter - Pulse
Model: Radical 7 Oximeter Desk top w/Docket
2 - On Sale for the President Day Weekend Blow out! Radical-7 Pulse CO-Oximeter Handheld is placed into the Docking Station, the Radical-7 Pulse CO-Oximeter becomes a full-featured standalone device. The Radical-7 Pulse CO-Oximeter Standalone acts as a battery charger for the Handheld device and has AC power connection capabilities. If the mains supply is temporarily interrupted, then the battery in the Handheld device will allow continuous operation. The Standalone can also interface to serial devices, nurse call or analog output devices, and multiparameter patient monitors through a SatShare cable.
The following figure and corresponding text review the features of the Radical-7 Standalone device.
There are several models of Docking Stations available. The following table outlines which features are available for each model of Docking Station.
The Radical-7 Pulse CO-Oximeter is designed to operate on 100 to 240VAC, 47-63 Hz. The device is rated at 55 VA max.
The top line on the trend display shows the time scale of the trend graph, followed by the starting date, starting time and end time of the data set that is displayed on the screen.
The second line of the display shows the minimum, maximum and average SpO2, SpMet, SpCO, PI, pulse rate or PVI measurements contained in the displayed data set (excluding zero measurements).
The scale range of SpO2, BPM, PI, SpMet and SpCO graphs can be set in the Trend Setup menu. For other settings, see Trend Setup in the following pages.
A vertical line shows the start of the trend rising to the averaging of the pa- rameter data. The averaged data is displayed between the user set minimum and maximum values. The horizontal show beginning and ending periods of the trend or when the sensor was removed from the patient.
A grayed-out box or line located on the bottom axis of the saturation graph indicates a period of time for which the Low Signal IQ indicator was active, indicating the signal quality was very low and the accuracy of the measurement may have been compromised.
he available trend graphs show two of the desired trend parameter measure- ments displayed versus time.
y default, the trend display automatically refreshes, at a rate of once every 10 seconds, to show the latest measured SpO2, SpMet, SpCO, PI or pulse rate data. This feature is only available while the trend view is 2 hours or less, and the latest measured data is shown. If the user scrolls through the data set to display previously recorded trend data, or if the trend scale is greater than 2 hours, the trend display will time out after 1 minute of inactivity (i.e. the user does not press any of the touch key control buttons) and the normal Radical-7 Pulse CO-Oximeter display will be shown. NAVIGATING THE TREND DISPLAY
In the Trend Display view there are a total of 10 touch key icon selections on 3 pages of menu selections. These menu screens are not accessible when using the Simplified User Interface
NEXT MENU PAGE
Press the Next Menu Page button to access the next page of menu selections.Press the Exit button to return to the normal display screen.
If you are interest I have 2 left and they look brand new and are in excellent conditions.