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Endostat II

Endostat II Microvasive Electrosurgical Unit has an integrated peristaltic pump for enhanced site visualization; impedance-matched bipolar output automatically limits power to avoid tissue charring; user-adjustable time selection for automatic power deactivation.
Endostat II
Attributes
OutPut Frequency 550 kHz -750
Output Power 150 W
Height 13 cm
Length 15.5 cm
Weight 24 kg
Width 6.3 cm
Additional Specifications SYSTEMS        
Monopolar: Cut(blend), coagulate       
Max. energy output ( at rated ohms) (SYSTEMS): Up to 150 Watt95       
Max voltage, vp-p (SYSTEMS): 700       
Max. energy output ( at rated ohms) (SYSTEMS): Up to 150 Watt70       
Max voltage, vp-p (SYSTEMS): 700       
       
Bipolar (SYSTEMS): Continuous, cont irrigation, var time       
Max. energy output ( at rated ohms) (SYSTEMS): Up to 150 Watt70       
Max voltage, vp-p (SYSTEMS): 175       
Max. energy output ( at rated ohms) (SYSTEMS):U p to 150 Watt70       
Max voltage, vp-p (SYSTEMS): 175       
   
POWER NEEDED, VAC (ENERGY): 115 USA, 100 Japan       
       
GENERATOR: Solid-state       
       
Frequency, khz: 550-750

Features

MICROVASIVE ENDOSTAT II ESU UNIT WITH:       
           
  • BIPOLAR, MONOPOLAR, CUT,COAG, BLEND, IRRIGATION, AND FOOTSWITCH        
  • RF WATTAGE       
  • LED DISPLAY       
  • CONTINUITY ALARM       
  • VARIABLE SPEED PERISTALTIC PUMP       

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