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Pulsar2 Minimal Stress
over 1000 user programs, each including 3 U/S, 2 DIATH, 2 I/A, 2 VIT modes
Graphic User Interface, 12.1” LCD with touch screen
cable wired, controls all functions
dual linear programmable footpedal controls all equipment functions
Automatic cart for bottle
programmable and controlled by pedal and console
gravity fed - eye pressure determined by the height of I.V. pole patented forced irrigation - eye pressure determined by programmable air pressure (range 14-80 mmHg)
solenoid driven pinch valve
Aspiration pump types
Venturi and Peristaltic
pressurized air from external source pressure: from 500 to 800 KPa (72 to 116 PSI) flow: at least 30 Normal litre/minute @500 mmHg
Default vacuum level
Available vacuum range
5 to 500 mmHg
Default flow rate
Flow rate range
2 to 50 cc/min (peristaltic only)
Aspiration rise time
three levels: Slow, Medium, Fast
(Linear Aspiration): Linear aspiration (Vacuum and/or flow rate) from zero to preset linearly controlled via system footpedal
panel or linear control of the U/S power via system footpedal depression
linear or panel; Continuous, Short Pulse, Single Burst, Multi Burst, Continuous Burst, Programmable Emission Mode
from 0.00 minutes to 9.59 minutes - equivalent Phaco time display
330 x 410 x 450 mm
100/120/220/230-240 V A.C. SELECT.
Input air pressure
from 500 to 800 KPa (72 to 116 PSI)
european directive 93/42/EEC
conforms to IEC 60601-1 IEC 60601-1-2 IEC 60601-2-2
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