Equipment: Draeger - Babytherm 8004/8010
From what I read on page 33 of: https://www.medwrench.com/documents/view/11605/draeger-babytherm-8004-8010-drager8004-8010-service-manual-pdf
Power to the heating elements can be controlled by the temperature of the patient so that using 200 watts heating elements should not present a problem.
C. Michel Bessette, RRT (Canada #72-659)
Servicios Tecnicos CMB7
644 Merkley Drive,
Registered Respiratory Therapist (Canada #72-659)
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Dear Michel, thanks for your reply
The engineer said that it gives error 35 , but It was un acceptable where the checking for the infrarein lements in error 71 , also according to the service manual the feedback signal controlled by triac and optocoppler may be the signal is weak as the resistance of the 200 w is higher? And this makes conflict in the device ?