Philips Pagewriter 300pi 200 100 Ml770a Features
An economical family of cardiographs which include the M1772A PageWriter 100, M1771A PageWriter 200, and M1770A PageWriter 300pi. The PageWriter 100 with simple, easy-to-use operator controls generates reports in seconds. Additional copies are also available at the push of a button.
The PageWriter 200 and 300pi cardiographs print 12-lead ECGs in different formats and over extended periods for different clinical tests or applications. The PageWriter 300pi is HP’ s economical interpretive cardiograph.
All three provide printed traces that use a continuous-feed, high-resolution digital-array printer. This provides crisp, easy-to-read electrocardiograms on standard page lengths that require no cutting or mounting.
Using an alphanumeric keyboard, records are clearly labeled with ECG data and patient information.
Philips Pagewriter 300pi 200 100 Ml770a Specifications
- IEC 601-1
- IEC 601-2-25
- ECG Controls:
- Chart Speed
- Page Advance
- ECG Format Selections
- Manual Lead Group, V Leads (PageWriter 100).
- Rhythm Lead, ID (PageWriter 200 and 300pi).
- ECG Format Selections:
- Auto (3×4 IR, rhythm lead fixed as Lead II)
- Manual (with 3 leads) (PageWriter 100).
- ECG Format Selections:
- Auto (with 0, 1 or 3 rhythm leads)
- Manual (with 3, 6 or 12 leads) (PageWriter 200 and 300pi)
- Keyboard with full alphanumeric capability (PageWriter 200 and 300pi) (PageWriter 100 has LED indicators for constant status display; no alphanumeric keyboard)
- Patient Isolation: IEC type CF isolated patient connection
- Defibrillator Protection: Protected against damage from 400-joule defibrillation discharges (when using HP-specified patient cable)
- Self-test performed each time cardiograph is turned on
- Extended tests for a main instrument, printing and display functions. Displays fault message to operator (PageWriter 200 and 300pi)
Power and Environment
- Line Power: 100-120 or 220-240 Vac selectable; 50/60 Hz, 50 VA
- Environmental Operating Conditions: 10° to 40°C (50° to 104°F), 15 to 80% relative humidity, noncondensing, to 4,550 m (15,000 ft) altitude
- Environmental Storage Conditions: 0° to 50°C (32° to 122°F), 15 to 90% relative humidity, noncondensing, to 4,550 m (15,000 ft) altitude
- Cardiograph Dimensions: 115 mm H by 437 mm W by 392 mm D (4 in. H by 17 in. W by 15 in. D)
- Cardiograph Weight: 8.5 kg (<19 lb)
Signal Processing/ Recording
- Frequency Response: Selectable as follows: (PageWriter 100)
- Auto: 0.15-150 or 0.15-40 Hz
- Manual: 0.05-150 or 0.05-40 Hz
- Frequency Responses: Selectable for both auto and manual from these ranges: (PageWriter 200 and 300pi)
- 0.05-150, 0.15-150, 0.5-150 Hz
- 0.05-100, 0.15-100, 0.5-100 Hz
- 0.05-40, 0.15-40, 0.5-40 Hz
- Filters: Noise filter. On/off capability
- Powerline filter always enabled
- Configurable baseline wander, noise, and artifact filters (PageWriter 200 and 300pi)
- Standardization: 1 mV ± 50 μV, 200 ms ± 4 ms at 10 mm/mV, 25 mm/sec
- Common Mode Rejection: 110 dB or greater at power line frequency in any lead with 51KOhms in parallel with 0.047 μF electrode impedance imbalance and up to ±300 mV dc offset in any lead wire.
- DC Offset Capability: ± 300 mV dc at patient input
- Input Bias: Less than 40 nA per input wire; less than 500 nA for Right Leg drive output. Input
- Impedance: Greater than 15 MOhm at dc; typically greater than 100 MOhm at dc
- Recording Technique: High-resolution, digital-array printer using thermal-sensitive paper
- 200 DPI (voltage axis) by 500 DPI (time axis) — 250 DPI (time axis) at 50 mm/sec
- Capacity: 40 auto ECGs and 40 copies on a single charge or 40 minutes continuous rhythm recording
- Recharge: Typically seven hours to 90% capacity and 16 hours to full capacity