Combining style with functionality, the Amplivox 116 is the ideal manual screening audiometer for primary care, schools and industry. It offers a comprehensive air conduction threshold facility at a very affordable price. Features and Benefits Improved use A reduced test time and improved patient concentration is made possible by the threshold retention function. Test results can be displayed and recorded at the end of the test and not between frequencies. Results can also be printed using the optional Sanibel Infra-Red printer (Printer cable is required for optional external printer) Ergonomic Design Laid out in an ergonomic manner, the control panel is clear, easy to read and very easy to use with all settings and results displayed on the integral display The Amplivox 116 is designed and manufactured to conform with relevant audiometric and safety standards. Totally Portable Lightweight and compact, the Amplivox 116 is totally portable and is ideal for both desktop and mobile use. The 116 can also be supplied with the optional battery power function in addition to mains power if required.
Materials Included 116 Audiometer (1) Audiometric headset (1) Patient Response Switch (50) Audiogram Cards (1) Carrying Case (1) Power Adapter (4) C-Cell Batteries (For Optional Battery Power) User Manual
Technical Specifications Output/Input Data Outputs: Left AC, Right AC Frequency Range (Hz): 125, 250, 500, 750, 1K, 1K5, 2K, 3K, 4K, 6K, 8K Frequency Accuracy: <1% Distortion: <2% Output level range (AC): -10dBHL to 100dBHL (max) Output level accuracy: Within 3dB Output level step size: 5dB Tone Present: Pure Tone, Pulsed, Warble or Continuous Physical Data Graphic Display: 2 lines of 24 characters (backlit) Power (battery): 4 x ‘C’ cell batteries Power (mains): 100-240V ac 50-60 Hz Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 7" Height: 2.5" Weight: 1.6 lbs Standards Safety: EN60601-1 EMC: EN60601-1-2 Audiometric: IEC 60645-1 ANSI S3.6 CE Mark: Complies to EU Medical Device Directive