The TD850 electrosurgery unit has taken electrosurgery to new levels of performance, reliability and safety. The knowledge and experience gained in developing the renowned TD411 series have been applied to the TD850, creating one of the most technologically advanced electrosurgery units available today, offering three truly independent outputs.
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2 months ago
How to change prefered presets? Set instument and power options for operations, and want to save it. How it can be made? Reply
a year ago
does the unit work bipolar mode with the forceps and footswitchesReply
2 years ago
|Error 80, service manual|
Hi, could anybody share service manual of Eschmann TD850, please? Or error codes list, please? What is Error 80 ? Reply
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Simultaneous Independent Operation A unique feature of the TD850 is that all three generators can be used simultaneously in either cut or coagulation modes, so up to three surgeons can operate at the same time.
Three generators provide maximum flexibility The TD850 bipolar and monopolar generators provide cutting and coagulation modes facilitating fast and precise surgery, essential when the minimisation of tissue damage is a priority.
Enhanced safety for you and your patients The unit incorporates advanced safety monitors which work together to minimise the risk to the patient, surgeon and theatre staff. These include Plate Continuity, Plate Attachment, Patient Earth, Plate Voltage and Excess Power Monitors.
Self diagnosis provides easy error identification and solution The TD850 electrosurgery unit features a self-diagnostic unit which continually monitors its operation and performance.
Quick set-up mode for your convenience A fast set-up features assists in setting up the TD850 quickly which can be particularly useful in trauma situations.
Easy to use design Designed to be easy to use with a colour coded front panel for ease of set up and a pull out card in the bottom of the unit to give guidance on fault conditions.
|OutPut Frequency||490 kHz Monopolar|
|Output Power||400 W|