Market Analysis: Electrosurgical Units The development of thermally based surgical systems and instrumentation has advanced surgery in recent years. Thermal energy is now used in general surgery as a substitute for the knife or scalpel for improved control of blood flow, or hemostasis. In electrosurgical procedures, high frequency electric currents (around 500 kHz) are emitted from an electrosurgical unit, allowing tissues and blood vessels to undergo cutting, clotting and dehydration with minimal blood loss. Read More...

Valleylab Force 1C
Valleylab Force 1C

The Force 1C generator features a compact design suitable for the requirements for outpatient and office-based surgery, and the performance requirements for a full range of in-patient general surgery applications.
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Conmed 7500
Conmed 7500

The System 7550 with ABC Technology allows physicians to bring the art of surgery to new levels. By utilizing this full-powered electrosurgical generator featuring argon beam coagulation, surgeons are able to achieve rapid hemostasis resulting in reduced blood loss
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Fluke Biomedical QA-ES III

The QA-ES III Electrosurgical Analyzer simplifies testing to ensure the performance and safety of electrosurgical units. With all-in-one features, wireless functionality, the QA-ES III is one of the most user-friendly electrosurgical analyzers on the market today.
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Ethicon Generator G11

The Ethicon Endo-Surgery generator combines advanced technology, multifunctionality and touchscreen simplicity in one compact, easy-to-operate unit

ERBE Erbotom ICC 200

The Electrosurgical Workstation for Flexible Endoscopy.

ERBE Erbotom ICC 350

One of the most recognized and widely used generators worldwide.

Valleylab FT10

Valleylab™ FT10 Energy Platform

Leisegang LM-90

Leisegang Electrosurgical Generator LM-90 ESU

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My Force 1B unit which I have had for years suddenly became nonfunctional with failure of the REM light to go off despite adequate connections. ...

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To test the output of this device, it requires special equipment which I do not have. Looking for a company that works on these and could do a pm...

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Can someone please post the PM procedure for the ICC 350 and ICC 200 or provide ESU analyzer setting information in this thread for both...

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Electrosurgical Units (commonly referred to as ESU’s) are used for precise surgical cutting and coagulation at the incision.  ESU’s are commonly used in the operating room, delivery, and outpatient surgical centers. 


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