SSCOR DUET Flat Back Instant, Powerful, Portable Aspirator

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Features & Specifications

Features FEATURES:

  • AC suction unit
  • Battery back up
  • When fully charged at full capacity, 45 minutes +/-10% running time
  • >30 lpm clinical airflow
  • Fully adjustable vacuum regulation between <50 and > 525 mmHg
  • Dual mode charger activates when plugged into AC power source
  • Drops to float when fully charged
  • Clearly labeled battery level
  • 1 year warranty, 3 year battery replacement
  • Lightweight: 10.05 lbs/4.55 kgs
  • Large easy to use handle
  • Can be customized to fit your canister
  • Sealed lead acid battery
  • CE listed

Specifications SPECIFICATIONS:

Performance: >30 lpm clinical airflow, <50 mmHg to >525 mmHg vacuum
Dimensions: 9" H x 5.25 W x 17 L (22.9 cm H x 13.3cm W x 43.2cmL)
Weight: 10.05 lbs/4.55 kgs
Charger: Internal dual mode charger activates when connected to AC power, dropping back to float when battery reaches a full charge. LED's indicate charging status and remaining running time.
Battery: 12v DC Sealed Lead Acid Battery
Run Time: 45 minutes +/- 10% when battery fully charged at full capacity
Input: 100-240V AC, 1.0-0.5A, 50-60 Hz
Output: 40 watts 12V DC 3.3A

Standard Items Included With Product STANDARD ITEMS INCLUDED WITH PRODUCT:

Canister, 2m patient tube, HI-D suction tip, AC power cord and Quickstart Guide.

Conforms To CONFORMS TO:

ETL listed and conforms to ISO 10079-1, UL 60601-1, IEC 60601-1, and EN 60601-1-2 and certified to CAN/CSA STD C22.2 NO. 601.1-M.90, IPX4 per IEC 60529, EN1789:1999.

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Powerful AC suction equipped with battery back-up
and dual mode charger.

Free Aspirator Test Kit

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Warning WARNING:
This device contains a Sealed Lead Acid Battery. Sealed Lead Acid Batteries contain lead and lead compounds, chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. Batteries also contain other chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to