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GE Ohmeda IWS 3300

GE Ohmeda IWS 3300

Brand:   GE
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GE’s leading edge technology and microprocessor help you to enhance accuracy, allowing for precise control.
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GE Ohmeda IWS 3300 Features GE’s leading edge technology and microprocessor help you to enhance accuracy, allowing for precise control. All while being easy to use. Intelligent engineering provides logical, enhanced visibility and accessibility, while allowing you to build an Infant Warming System to your exact specifications. GE Healthcare’s Infant Warming Systems (IWS) are designed to help you provide a warm welcome to the newborns in your care. Cozy warmth. Both while minimizing infant stimulation and supporting developmental care. GE Healthcare has a solution suited to the varying tasks of hospital care areas. Radiant warmers over bassinets in the nursery. Complete thermoregulation care stations in the NICU. Wall-mounted warmers in the delivery room. Microprocessor-controlled neonatal management system designed for use in the nursery, OR, delivery room and special birthing unit Primarily intended for long-term and procedural care in the nursery and OB/delivery room Stable thermal performance Easy-to-read, soft touch control panel Adjustable height Dovetail rail system Storage packages GE Ohmeda IWS 3300 Specifications Dimensions Height: 185 cm (73 in) Depth: 100 cm (39.5 in) Width: 62 cm (24.5 in) Weight: 95.2 kg (210 lbs) Bed dimensions: 48.3 cm x 66 cm (19 in x 26 in) Bed tilting: ±10° Fowler and Trendelenburg, damped Electrical Power requirements: 100 VAC 50/60 Hz models: 95 V ± 10%; 6.4 amps, 120 VAC 50/60 Hz models: 115 V ±10%; 5.7 amps. 220 VAC 50/60 Hz models: 220V ± 10%; 3.0 amps. 240 VAC 50/60 Hz models: 240 V ± 10%; 2.7 amps Nominal power consumption: 500 Watts at maximum Heater output: 440 Watts ± 5% at maximum % power setting Type: single CalRod Peak wavelength: 2.4 µ Line voltage compensation: input voltage is monitored and heat output is automatically adjusted to compensate for line voltage variation Chassis leakage current: less than 5 microamperes with ground wire intact; less than 95 microamperes with ground wire open Controller Electronics: microprocessor-based control system. Self-test functions performed at power on and during normal operation Power control method: proportional heat control with zero voltage switching to minimize radiated and conducted EMI Examination light: nominal output: 100 foot candles at center of mattress. Estimated lamp life: 3,000 hours Temperature sensing system: range: 22° to 42°C Accuracy: ±0.3°C Resolution: ±0.1°C Probe interchangeability: ±0.1°C Audible / Visual Alarms Audible tones: operator prompt tone. Alternating single tone. Alternating dual tone Overhead alarm light: large light mounted on the front of the heater module for easy visual identification

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General Information About Infant Warmers What is an Infant Warmer? New born infant can lose a tremendous amount of body heat during birth and first few hours of life Infant warmers are devices that prevent this loss Also called Over head Radiant Warmers Physiology Have over head electrical heating elements that emit infrared rays, usually focused downward to small area where infant is placed Over head unit provides warm environment while allowing for direct observation and free access to the infant unlike in Incubators Delivery rooms, infant care nurseries, admission, infant surgical areas are some places where warmers are used Insensible water loss is greatly increased with use of warmer Infrared rays are an excellent source of heat and are greatly absorbed by the surface of the skin – peripheral blood is heated Heat is transferred to deeper tissues by conduction and by circulating blood Working with Infant Warmers Warmer is provided with a heating element for directing radiant heat onto an infant support surface and a temperature sensing probe attachable to the skin of an infant Automatic mode: when the actual temperature reaches the set temperature value, control signal cuts off the heater output and thereby regulates temperature The control also operates to reduce the power to the heater when the total energy supplied to the heater exceeds a maximum amount over a predetermined time interval Manual mode: the power level is reduced when a preset temperature is reached or if the temperature is not reached after a predetermined time has elapsed In addition, the heater power is interrupted whenever the control signal or the current to the heater exist independent of the other