V2000 Doppler, without probe

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V2000 Doppler, without probe

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Small, lightweight, high sensitivity pocket Doppler. Ideal for use by a General Practitioner, vascular specialist for routine vascular examination in ER for vessel location, or by specialists in diabetes, urology and gynaecology.
316,20€
€285.20
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230,00 € Tax excluded
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GIMA V2000 Doppler - without probe

Small, lightweight, high sensitivity pocket Doppler.

Its probes are ideal for use by a General Practitioner, vascular specialist for routine vascular examination in ER for vessel location, or by specialists in diabetes, urology and gynecology.

Vascular flow signals and FHR are easily located using the transducer while internal signal processing minimizes noise artefacts.

The flow signal is also available to the user via the built-in loudspeaker with output level controlled by rotary volume control.

1-year warranty

Supplied in a nice bag with probe, cable, gel tube and 7 languages user manual: GB, FR, DE, IT, ES, GR, PT.

Technical Specifications

Ultrasound

Frequency: 2, 5 or 8 MHz continuous wave

Transducer: 2 crystal narrow beam

Output power: <15 mW/cm2 SATA

Audio Response: 300Hz - 4 KHz

 

Unit Controls

Keys: 1 Key (for unit on/off)

Controls: rotary volume

Indicators: Yellow battery low LED

 

Power supply

Battery 9V Alkaline (not included)

Expected battery life: >9 hours

 

Output

Headset: Audio output to optional

headset (not included)

Material: ABS / Noryl

Size: 150 mm by 75 mm

Weight: 299 g (with transducer)

Classification: Class I Type B - IEC 60601-I

Warranty: 1 year - Made in UK

Medical device, Class: II A

It is required, at least, 1 of the following probes:
2 MHz Gyn Probe (code 07818)
5 MHz Vascular Probe (code 07819)
8MHz Vascular Probe (code 07820)

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