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.


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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.