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325 FTLMON INPUT SIM ASSY,100-120V/50-60HZ
Maternal-Infant Care
GE Healthcare
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Product Overview

The 325 input assembly is a simulator for testing the fetal monitor.Like all electronic monitoring devices, internal and external components are subject to fatigue, wear, and the potential for failure over time and under varying conditions of use. Additionally, events such as dropping the monitor, spilling liquids on the monitor, or crimping the lead wires or patient cables can cause damage which may affect the overall system performance. Hence, it is necessary to verify the proper operation of the monitor where this simulator 325 is used for testing.The 12ft power cord is used to interface the monitor and the simulator.The simulator has is used to test the portions FECG/MECG ,ultrasound/FMD (Fetal Movement Detection),UA(UterineActivity),Toco transducer,Ultrasound transducer,pattern memory.In all the portions a knob is present modes and ratings. The simulator comes with a name plate "Intended for functional testing only.Do not use for calibration" and " Danger-possible explosion hazard if used in the presence of flammable anesthetics.

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Please ship this returnable part back within 21 calendar days of receipt of your original shipment. Failure to return the part within 21 calendar days may result in an additional charge.

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