SSCOR DCell SuctionHours of Medical Vacuum Using D Cell Alkaline Batteries

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Features & Specifications

features FEATURES:

  • Powered by off-the-shelf D Cell alkaline batteries
  • 6 to 9 hour run time* after which a fresh set of batteries can be installed in minutes
  • Variable regulator and gauge
  • Battery condition indicator
  • Does not need to be kept on charge
  • Can also be powered by additional power supplies. See options below.
  • Accommodates most standard hospital suction canisters
  • Canister can be oriented in one of three positions
  • 3 year warranty


Performance: Clinical airflow >=30 lpm, <50 mmHg to >525 mmHg vacuum (specifications based on tests performed with fresh Duracell alkaline batteries)
Dimensions: 12”H x 9”W x 11”D
(30.48cm H x 22.86cm W x 27.94 cm D)
Vacuum Pump: 12V DC; Exceeds -525mmHg for the first few hours and exceeds 300mmHg for the stated run time*
Weight: 9.5 lbs/4.3 Kg
(when batteries are installed; batteries are not included)
External Power Source Adapters: Power options include: 12V DC power using the SSCOR #80665 DC power cord or AC power using the SSCOR #200-00001 AC power converter.
Power: 12V DC 1A


Off- the-shelf 12xD Cell Alkaline Batteries (not included)
Run Time: 6-9 Hours*
Standard Items Included With Product: 1200cc Canister, 2m patient tube, HI-D® Suction Tip, Quickstart Guide
Conforms To: EC 60601-1
IEC 60601-1-2
ETL Listed
Reference / Model Number: DM10-001

Batteries not included.

*Run time is defined as the period of time that the device generates more than 300 mmHg negative pressure. Total run time typically varies between 6-9 hours. These run time specifications are based upon tests using new Duracell® CopperTop batteries. Run time will vary depending on battery manufacturer, state of the charge, ambient temperature, and age of the batteries.


Using D Cell alkaline batteries for disaster preparedness.



Blog: Why Where You Store Portable Suction Units Matters More Than You Think

…your portable suction machine must be stored properly in order to keep it from damage that would affect its functioning.

Portable suction devices should not be stored:
• In temperature extremes, nowhere too hot or too cold
• In areas where it could get wet
• In areas where it could get get knocked to the ground
• In areas with a lot of dust or debris, i.e. a section of the hospital that is under construction

Remember that these devices should be plugged in and charging when not in use, so it is important to keep them in a location with access to an outlet.

Battery-powered suction machines, such as those designed for use in a disaster, should have a supply of alkaline batteries stored with the unit.

SAM D. SAY - May 24, 2016



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Powered by off-the-shelf DCell Alkaline Batteries.






The canister can be mounted to the left, right or back of the unit.