DESCRIPTIONMobile, electrohydraulically operated surgical table designed to support all general surgical procedures
The Steris AMSCO 3085 and 3085 SP surgical tables are among the most well-designed general surgery tables on the market. Although they are being replaced with newer, more effective tables, due to Steris's implementation of the FDA's automatic upgrade for patient weight capacity, all Steris 3085 SP tables (from any manufacture date) are now approved by the FDA to hold patients up to 1,000 Lbs. in certain positions.
This gives the 3085 and 3085 SP unprecedented versatility and flexibility in patient positioning for every surgical specialty.
And with the optional ACT (Advanced Control Technology) interface, the AMSCO 3085 can be networked to various Operating Room Control Systems (ORCS). This provides surgeons with direct control of the AMSCO 3085 SP using verbal commands or via touch screen.
FORUMSView All (9)
8 months ago
|remote stopped working|
I need help determining the following problem. Our remote suddenly stopped working. It started with all lights would flash when you first turn it on and then everything went out. Sometimes it would turn on normally and you could use it, but only for a few seconds and then it dies. After that it makes some time of a clicking sound when you press ON and OFF, but you can't control anything. This is my first encounter with this technology and any help/advice is greatly appreciated. Thank you, RobertReply
a year ago
Hello, I have an Amsco 3085 that was hit with a power surge. The table was at its lowest setting and now does not power on. I removed the column covers and now cannot separate the two base cover halves. Any suggestions? Reply
2 years ago
|Steris 3085 remote shuts off when AC applied on battery table|
I have a Power Control Bd that causes the remote to shut off when AC is applied, after turning ON remote again, it shuts off by itself at different times,10 min-several hours later. I did replace the CR1 relay with no change, haven't found bad diode or transistor using diode test setting on DVM. It's not the Power Supply Assembly, it works without issue with another Power Control board. Anyone knows what cause this issue? TIAReply
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|Patient Weight Capacity||1000 lbs|
Electricity: 100 V, 50/60 Hz, 5.0 Amp; 120 V, 50/60 Hz, 4.5 Amp;
220 V, 50/60 Hz, 3.0 Amp; or 230/240 V, 50/60 Hz, 2.5 Amp.
Reverse Trendelenburg – 25° maximum from horizontal.
Height: 27" (686 mm) minimum to 44" (1118 mm)
Side Tilt: 18° maximum to right or to left of horizontal.
Back : up 55° maximum (80° in REVERSE orientation) or
down 25° maximum (105° in REVERSE orientation) from horizontal.
Leg: up 80° maximum (55° in REVERSE orientation) or
down 105° maximum (25° in REVERSE orientation) from seat section.
Flex: back section down 20° maximum with seat section down 25° maximum from horizontal.
Reflex: back section up 25° maximum with seat section
up 35° maximum from horizontal.