Fluke Biomedical QA-ES III for Rent
Electrosurgical Analyzer and Tester

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Fluke Biomedical QA-ES III for Rent

Electrosurgical Analyzer and Tester

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Mfg #: QA-ES III-RENT1

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Product Highlights

  • Test all critical ESU functions with precise power, current, frequency, crest factor and load resistance ranges
  • Collect measurements in single and continuous mode
  • Connect wirelessly via Bluetooth for easy record retrieval without interference or limitation by cables and wires*
  • Comply to all global standards, including ANSI/ AAMI and IEC**
  • All-in-one tool: all hardware and software necessary to complete preventive maintenance and troubleshooting is built in to the unit, eliminating the need to purchase or transport additional cables, leads, switch boxes and RECM box
  • User-friendly interface: large buttons and LCD screen guide the user through test sequences
  • Memory storage of up to 5,000 test records, eliminating the need to download data after the completion of each preventive maintenance or troubleshooting session
  • *Wireless capabilities not available in all countries. Ask your sales representative for more details. **Bipolar leakage testing performed with 200 ohm fixed load.

Test all critical ESU functions with precise power, current, frequency, crest factor and load resistance ranges while ensuring ESU safety.

Ensure the performance and safety of electrosurgical units with simplified testing using the QA ES III electrosurgical analyzer. The QA-ES III is capable of testing all modern high power electrosurgical units with generator output current accuracy as low as ± 2.5 %. Collect all measurements including vessel sealing, contact quality monitor (CQM), high frequency (HF) leakage and output power distribution in single or continuous mode. You don't need to carry additional accessories or cables as the QA-ES III has all hardware and software needed for complete testing. With all-in-one features, including wireless functionality*, the QA-ES III is one of the most user-friendly electrosurgical analyzers on the market today. Additionally, optional Ansur test automation software allows users to create and automatically run tests, capture data, and produce easy-to-read reports. *Wireless capabilities not available in all countries. Ask your sales representative for more details.

10 Best Practices for Electrosurgical Unit Testing

  • Continuous operation: Continuous measurement of power, current, peak-to-peak voltage (closed load only), and crest factor
  • Single operation: Single measurement after the set delay time of the ESU output of power, current, peak-to-peak voltage (closed load only), and crest factor
  • Power distribution: Tests impedance-sensing circuitry in power guarantee functions in new-generation ESU. Applicable parameters - power, current, peak-to-peak voltage (closed load only) and crest factor - can easily be observed during the measurements
  • RF leakage current: Provides connections and load configurations to measure HF leakage from both grounded and isolated equipment
  • RECQM: Test the return electrode control quality monitoring using the QA-ES internal loads

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QA-ES III Electrosurgery Analyzer
Physical Housing: Metal case
Size (HxWxL): 14.5 cm x 35 cm x 47 cm (5.75 in x 13.75 in x 18.5 in)
Weight: 7.5 kg (16.5 lbs)
Power Power Requirements: 100 V ac, 115 V ac, 230 V ac, 50 Hz / 60 Hz, universal input
100 V/115 V: 20 VA
230 V: 30 VA
User interface LCD: Monochrome 240 pixels x 64 pixels, 8 lines x 40 characters, white LED backlight
Keys: 6 (1 fixed, 5 soft-defined) and rotary selector knob
Environmental specifications Operating temperature: 10 °C to 40 °C (50 °F to 104 °F)
Storage temperature: -20 °C to 60 °C (-4 °F to 140 °F)
Humidity: 10 % to 90 % non-condensing
Altitude: 2000 m maximum
IP rating: IEC60529:IP20
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) IEC 61326-1: Basic Emissions Classification: IEC CISPR11: Group 1, Class A. Group 1 have intentionally generated and/or use conductively coupled radio-frequency energy which is necessary for the internal functioning of the equipment itself. Class A equipment is suitable for use in nondomestic locations and/or directly connected to a low-voltage power supply network
USA (FCC): Intentional Radiators
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. (15.19) Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Fluke could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. (15.21)
Safety IEC 61010-1: Overvoltage category II, pollution degree 2
IEC 61010-2-030: Measurement 5,000 V
Wireless module listing FCC (United States) compliant (Class A): FCC ID: X3ZBTMOD3
IC (Industry Canada) compliant: IC: 8828A-MOD3
CE (European) certified: CE0051
Measurements and tests specifications Measures: Cut and coag waveforms, monopolar and bipolar outputs
Power and current measurements: True RMS
Bandwidth: 3 MHz at -3 dB including loads - See User's Manual Supplement for more information
Delay time for single measurements: 0.2 seconds to 4.0 seconds from Foot Switch activation to start of measurement
Duty cycle Variable load: 10 seconds on, 30 seconds off, at 100 W, all loads
Fixed 200 Ω load: 10 seconds on, 30 seconds off, at 400 W
Generator output measurements Oscilloscope Output 1 V per ampere of input current, typical
Footswitch simulations Cut and Coag
Load resistance
Variable: 0 Ω, 10 Ω, 20 Ω, 25 Ω to 2500 Ω (by 25 Ω), 2500 Ω to 5200 Ω (by 100 Ω)
DC Accuracy: ± 2.5 %
Power Ranges: 0.0 W to 99.9 W
100 W to 500 W
Accuracy: < 10 W: ±5 % + 1 W
&#ge;10 W: ±5 %
Current RMS: 0 mA to 5,500 mA
Accuracy: ±(2.5 % of reading + 1 mA)
Voltage Peak: 10 kV Peak to Peak
Accuracy: ±(10 % of reading + 50 V)
Crest factor: 1.4 to 16.0 Defined as the ratio of Peak voltage to RMS voltage (Vpk /Vrms), using the larger of the 2 peaks (positive or negative)
Vessel sealing measurement Loop current, RMS: 0 mA to 5500 mA
Accuracy: ±(2.5 % of reading + 1mA)
HF leakage current Fixed load: 200 Ω
V Accuracy: ± 2.5 %
Power rating: 400 W
Additional fixed load: 200 Ω
Current, RMS: 0 mA to 5500 mA
Accuracy: ±(2.5 % of reading + 1 mA)
CQM test (Contact Quality Monitor): Resistances: 0 Ω to 475 Ω (by 1 Ω)
Accuracy: 0 Ω to 10 Ω 0.5 Ω, 11 Ω and above 5 %
Power rating: 0.5 W
Auto time interval: 1 to 5 seconds
Communications USB device port: Micro B connector, full speed
Wireless port: 802.15, Speed: 115,200 baud
Memory Test records: 5,000
Non-volatile: retained through power cycling
Calibration Recommended cycle: Traceable to the International System of Units (SI) through the appropriate National Metrology Institutes such as NIST or through intrinsic standards.