Emergency Transshipment Patient Monitor C30

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Emergency Transshipment Patient Monitor C30

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Emergency patient monitor with a light weight of 1.2 kg for easy transport.
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C30 Emergency Transport Patient Monitor  

C30 is a new generation of specialized ambulance & transport monitor. It is designed according rescuing site and ambulance transportation monitoring requirements for practicality, convenience and reliability of emergency treatment, first aid and transportation. It adopts PC/ABS high-strength project plastics, high-reliability Linux operation system and high-brightness scratching-prevention LCD. It is equipped with specialized first-aid monitor bag with fitting management pack and first aid device collection pack able for multi-carry. The entire machine is portable, solid, reliable, stable, waterproof, fireproof and anti-falling. It also can be displayed clearly under strong sunshine in the field. It also can be used under various kinds of severe environment to meet demand of medical agents such as troops and hospital, etc during emergency treatment, first aid and transportation in the field.

Technical features

Built-in 4400mAh lithium battery in specialized first aid monitoring package.

With double lithium batteries: Built-in 2,600mAh lithium battery in C30 and built-in 4,400mAh lithium battery in first aid monitoring package, over 8 hours working time, support vehicle power.

4.3-inch, 16:9 colorful LCD display, touch screen operation.

Three-level acoustic and optic intelligent alarm and intelligent alarm lamp switching for red, yellow and blue color; Alarm volume also can be adjusted.

Trend storage & review for 48 hours.

Weight: 1.2kg; light and portable.

With Linux operation system.

1.2m drop test proof

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