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Microprocessor controlled eddy current brake stress echo supine ergometer
Optimum patient comfort by flexible adjustment of the couch surface and additional head / shoulder support. Wide pedals mean no problem getting onto the ergometer, the inclination of the couch surface (0 - 45°) and the saddle height can be comfortably adjusted with an integrated motor by remote control. In this way, the position of the upper body and the legs to the foot pedals is optimized. The stable mechanical construction of the supine ergometer provides undisrupted operation, even at optimized workloads.
|Operating Mode||Continuous operation|
|Power:||220 - 240 V / 50 - 60 Hz (250 VA max.)|
|Fuses:||2 x 2,0 time lag|
|Braking Principle||Computer-controlled eddy current brake with torque measurement; speed independent to DIN VDE 0750-0238|
|Load Range:||6 - 999 watt, speed independent|
|Speed Range:||30 to 130 RPM (see characteristic)|
|Deviation of measured load:||to DIN VDE 0750-0238|
|Load Increments:||User programmable|
|Permitted Patient Weight:||160 kg|
|Saddle:||Motor driven, continuous adjustment for heights between 120cm and 210cm|
|Couch Surface Angle:||Motor driven, continuous adjustment, 0 to 45°|
|Crank Length:||170 mm (adjustable length cranks available as optional accessories)|
|Minimum (couch at 45°, headrest retracted)||800 x 2350 mm (W x L)|
|maximum (couch at 0° (horizontal), headrest extended):||800 x 2520 mm (W x L)|
|approximately 110 kg|
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