The PS410 is a compact high-performance arrhythmia cardiac simulator for patient monitor testing. This handheld device simulates a full range of cardiac rhythms and a wide variety of ECG conditions. It includes pacemaker simulation, 35 arrhythmia selections, and adult and pediatric normal-sinus rhythms. Small enough to fit in a pocket, the handy PS410 weighs less than a pound and is easy to operate. Technicians simply connect the simulator to the device under test and use the PS410 keypad to enter the code presets. The simulator then transmits the selected preset simulations to the device.
PS410 Cardiac and Arrythmia Simulator
This handheld device simulates a full range of cardiac rhythms and a wide variety of electrocardiogram conditions. It includes pacemaker simulation, 35 arrhythmia selections, and adult and pediatric normal-sinus rhythms.
- Compact, lightweight, pocket-sized
- Easy top-panel control
- 12-lead Electrocardiogram
- Adult and pediatric normal-sinus rhythms
- 35 arrhythmia selections
- Electrocardiogram performance waveforms
- ST segment levels
- Pacemaker simulation
- Electrocardiogram artifact
- Battery operated
- PS410/DPM1B Bundle Kit with custom carrying case for quick Electrocardiogram/non-invasive blood pressure testing
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