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Uni-Pulse (Defibrillator Analyser)

LOGO_Uni-Pulse (Defibrillator Analyser)

Uni-Pulse (Defibrillator Analyser)

The Rigel Uni-Pulse is a portable and battery operated defibrillator analyser, designed to safely test the performance of all mono- and bi-phasic, standard and pulsating waveforms and AED applications. Control of the Rigel Uni-Pulse is through a menu driven colour GUI.

The Rigel Uni-Pulse is able to measure and display the following parameters;

  1. Energy (peak voltage, peak current, pulse duration)
  2. Cardiac Synchronisation Time
  3. Charge Time
  4. Display the curve

In addition, the Rigel Uni-Pulse, can simulate a variety of ECG signals to help establish the analytical function of AED’s and the performance of the waveform detection circuits. The Rigel Uni-Pulse has internal memory to enable asset management data to be collected including but not limited to:

  • Asset Details (Site / Location / Make / Model)
  • Test results
  • Discharge waveform

Computer communication is via Bluetooth and USB. This communication facility can be used to download test results.

Tests on Defibrillators

  • Energy Discharge (including peak voltage, peak current and pulse duration)
  • Cardiac Synchronisation Time
  • Charge Time

Energy Discharge
This test measures the Energy output of the defibrillator. In doing so the Peak Voltage (upto 6000V) and peak Current (up to 100A) is recorded. Energy is displayed in Joules. A typical discharge lasts for up to 10mSec and is the result of a discharge of a large capacitor. The discharge time is similar to the RC time (R= 50Ω load)

Cardiac Synchronisation
A defibrillator is required to discharge at the correct moment of the QRS complex in order to avoid the vulnerable period (T-Wave). When using the Uni-Pulse in Cardiac Synch mode, the Uni-Pulse will output an NSR waveform. The defibrillator will synchronise on the R wave in the QRS complex. The Uni-Pulse will measure the time between this point and the actual discharge. Time is displayed in mSec. Typical between 10 – 50mSec.

Charge time
This test records the recovery time of battery operated defibrillators and is a requirement from IEC 60601-2-4. The standard requires the defib to be able to perform 10 full tests at maximum energy and measure the charge time at the 10th charge cycle. The battery should be such that its capability is the charge to maximum power within the set limit.

Key Features

  • Compatible with mono-, bi-phasic and pulsed waveforms
  • Reliable and non-inductive test load of 50Ω
  • 12-lead patient simulator with ECG hi output
  • Portable and rugged enclosure
  • Colour graphic user interface
  • Display of defib pulse
  • Intuitive user interface
  • Battery operation
  • Data download

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