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Debrecen, HUNGARY

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Brno, CZECH REPUBLIC

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Timisoara, ROMANIA

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Dresden, GERMANY

IBRO International Workshop 2012

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Szeged, HUNGARY

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Lodz, POLAND

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Paris, FRANCE

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Florence, ITALY

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AMP-11-ECGP 12 channel electrocardiograph amplifier (Polygraph)


Main features

  • 12 lead ECG measurement parallely
  • Hifi diagnostic mode
  • Filter between 0.05 – 500Hz
  • Convenient back panel for in- and output connectors
  • Defibrillation protected

This 12 lead ECG Polygraph has been designed to meet the demanding requirements of the pre-clinical research community. The amplifier accurately conditions up to twelve simultaneous ECG leads. The leads are: I, II, III, aVR, aVL, aVF (derived from Einthoven’s triangle) and six V leads (referenced to Wilson’s central terminal). The "RL" (Right Leg) is driven by a signal derived from either Wilson’s central terminal or Iso-common. The patient cables are connected through an industry standard ten-lead ECG cable.

Parameters
Gain: 1000x, calibrated
Built-in reference level: GND; 1 V (for setting the signal processing unit)
Function: I-II-III

Input: (balanced)
Impedance: 1 MΩ parallel 1 nF
L, R, F, N signal cables, over voltage protection with diodes

Output: (unbalanced)
I, II, III, aVR, aVF, aVL, V1-V6 outputs
Over voltage: ± 10 V

Calibrated signal level: + 1 V = 1 V with reagrd to input

Accessories: function and power supply cable(s), operation instruction

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