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Iconic IS410
ICONICIS410
Features

»Argon Plasma Coagulation (Continuous Output)

»Argon Plasma Coagulation (Pulsed Output)

»Argon Plasma Cut

»Bipolar Cut

»Bipolar Coagulation (Auto-Start Bipolar & Manual Bipolar)

»Monopolar Cut (Pure)

»Monopolar Cut (Blend1)

»Monopolar Cut (Blend2)

»Monopolar Cut (Blend3)

»Monopolar Coagulation (Swift)

»Monopolar Coagulation (Forced)

»Monopolar Coagulation (Spray)

»Monopolar Coagulation (Soft)

»TUR Mode

»Automatic Self Checking (Spotting the system’s internal problems)

»Permanent HF Leakage current control

»Auto Stop Mode for Optimum tissue Coagulation (Preventing tissue Carbonization)

»Utilizing a microprocessor system to control the current in vessel sealing, based on measuring the impedance of the tissue

»Permits two surgeons to coagulate at the same time independently in Spray Mode

»Connect two Monopolar & Bipolar foot switching devices independently

»75 Programmable memory locations

Technical Details

»Main Voltage: 220 VAC ± 10%, 50 Hz or 110 VAC ± 10%, 50~60 Hz

»Maximum Power Consumption: 800 V.A

»Protection Class: Class I

»Type of Output: CF

»Weight: 8 kg

»Dimensions (W.H.D): 44 x 17 x 40 cm

Output Characteristics

Mode Max. Power (w) Rated Load (Ohms) Max P-P Voltage (V) Typical Crest Factor*
Monopolar Cut Pure
Blend1
Blend2
Blend3
360
330
300
270
350
450
500
500
1300
2800
3100
3800
1.5
2
2.5
2.8
Monopolar Coag. Swift
Forced
Soft
Spray
Cont. Argon
Pulsed Argon
200
140
100
120
100
50
500
500
150
700
700
700
3450
3800
600
4500
7000
7000
3.3
4.5
1.5
5.5~7.5**
7~9**
10~16**
Bipolar Cut
Coag.
Auto Start Coag.
100
80
50
50
50
50
900
550
550
2.5
1.5
1.5
Note: Nominal Frequency is 410KHz ±1KHz

* Crest Factor is a measurement of waveform which increases by increasing waveform coagulation capabilities and is calculated from the following equation: C.F = Vpeak/Vrms

** According to power adjustment
List of Standard Accessories

»Two Channels Monopolar Handle (Disposable)

»Dual Pad - Patient Plate (Disposable)

»Cable for Patient Plate

»Monopolar Electrodes

»Dual Channel Footswitches (Monopolar)

»Bipolar Footswitch

»Bipolar Forceps

»Bipolar Cable

Argon Plasma Coagulation (APC)

Argon Plasma Coagulation (APC) is an advanced electrosurgical technique for a non-contact, safe, and efficient cut & coagulation. In this technique, the HF current required for coagulation is transferred right up to the tissue via ionized argon gas, ensuring fast, uniform coagulation.

As the gas beam is luminous, it can be easily kept under visual control when moving it over the tissue surface to be coagulated. Appropriate distance between electrode tip and tissue surface reduces electrode adherence to tissue and eliminates renewed bleeding. In addition, fast superficial coagulation of tissue helps the surgeon to manage bleeding in high-risk operations such as liver transplants.
Advantages of APC at a glance

»Faster and more efficient coagulation

»Less tissue damage

»Flexible eschar creation on tissue surface

»Limited coagulation depth to approximately 2mm, resulting in minimum perforation risk

»Uniform wide-area coagulation

»Less smoke, no unpleasant odors

»Less risks of infection

»Non-contact coagulation with no adhesion between tissue and applicator

»Helpful in open surgeries and endoscopic procedures


Iconic IS410S
ICONICIS410S
Features

»Argon Plasma Coagulation (Continuous Output)

»Argon Plasma Coagulation (Pulsed Output)

»Argon Plasma Cut

»Vessel Sealing (Seal 1)-Permanent sealing up to 7mm

»Vessel Sealing (Seal 2)-Permanent sealing up to 7mm

»Bipolar Cut

»Bipolar Coagulation (Auto-Start Bipolar & Manual Bipolar)

»Monopolar Cut (Pure)

»Monopolar Cut (Blend1)

»Monopolar Cut (Blend2)

»Monopolar Cut (Blend3)

»Monopolar Coagulation (Swift)

»Monopolar Coagulation (Forced)

»Monopolar Coagulation (Spray)

»Monopolar Coagulation (Soft)

»TUR Mode

»Automatic Self Checking (Spotting the system’s internal problems)

»Permanent HF Leakage current control

»Auto Stop Mode for Optimum tissue Coagulation (Preventing tissue Carbonization)

»Utilizing a microprocessor system to control the current in vessel sealing, based on measuring the impedance of the tissue

»Permits two surgeons to coagulate at the same time independently in Spray Mode

»Connect two Monopolar & Bipolar foot switching devices independently

»75 Programmable memory locations

Technical Details

»Main Voltage: 220 VAC ± 10%, 50 Hz or 110 VAC ± 10%, 50~60 Hz

»Maximum Power Consumption: 800 V.A

»Protection Class: Class I

»Type of Output: CF

»Weight: 8 kg

»Dimensions (W.H.D): 44 x 17 x 40 cm

Output Characteristics

Mode Max. Power (W) Rated Load (Ohms) Max P-P Voltage (V) Typical Crest Factor*
Monopolar Cut Pure
Blend1
Blend2
Blend3
360
330
300
270
350
450
500
500
1300
2800
3100
3800
1.5
2
2.5
2.8
Monopolar Coag. Swift
Forced
Soft
Spray
Cont. Argon
Pulsed Argon
200
140
100
120
100
50
500
500
150
700
700
700
3450
3800
600
4500
7000
7000
3.3
4.5
1.5
5.5~7.5**
7~9**
10~16**
Bipolar Cut
Coag.
Auto Start Coag.
100
80
50
50
50
50
900
550
550
2.5
1.5
1.5
Sealing Seal 1
Seal 2
160
80
50
50
550
400
1.5
1.5
Note: Nominal Frequency is 410KHz ±1KHz

* Crest Factor is a measurement of waveform which increases by increasing waveform coagulation capabilities and is calculated from the following equation: C.F = Vpeak/Vrms

** According to power adjustment
List of Standard Accessories

»Two Channels Monopolar Handle (Disposable)

»Dual Pad - Patient Plate (Disposable)

»Cable for Patient Plate

»Monopolar Electrodes

»Dual Channel Footswitches (Monopolar)

»Bipolar Footswitch

»Bipolar Forceps

»Bipolar Cable

Argon Plasma Coagulation (APC)

Argon Plasma Coagulation (APC) is an advanced electrosurgical technique for a non-contact, safe, and efficient cut & coagulation. In this technique, the HF current required for coagulation is transferred right up to the tissue via ionized argon gas, ensuring fast, uniform coagulation.

As the gas beam is luminous, it can be easily kept under visual control when moving it over the tissue surface to be coagulated. Appropriate distance between electrode tip and tissue surface reduces electrode adherence to tissue and eliminates renewed bleeding. In addition, fast superficial coagulation of tissue helps the surgeon to manage bleeding in high-risk operations such as liver transplants.
Advantages of APC at a glance

»Faster and more efficient coagulation

»Less tissue damage

»Flexible eschar creation on tissue surface

»Limited coagulation depth to approximately 2mm, resulting in minimum perforation risk

»Uniform wide-area coagulation

»Less smoke, no unpleasant odors

»Less risks of infection

»Non-contact coagulation with no adhesion between tissue and applicator

»Helpful in open surgeries and endoscopic procedures


APS1

APS1
Features

User Interface

»high bright vacuum fluorescent display (VFD), 256x64 resolution

»Interactive menu on display

»Cylinder pressure monitoring

»Intelligent Alarm System

Controls

»Flow adjustment from 0 to 10 L/min at O.1 L/min steps

»2 operating modes: Argon Cut, Argon Coagulation

»Concurrent Activation with ESU by footswitch

»Purge function at 10 L/min

Safety Features

»Basic construction: in accordance with IEC60601-1

»Protection class: Class I

»Gas leakage detection

»Continuous gas flow monitoring

»Continuous gas pressure monitoring

Technical Details

»Main Voltage: 100~240 VAC, 50~60 Hz

»Maximum Power Consumption: 40 V.A

»Protection Class: Class I

»Type of Output: CF

»Weight: 5 kg

»Dimensions (W.H.D): 44 x 40 x 8 cm

List of Standard Accessories

»Pressure Regulator Package including Cylinder Pressure Sensor

»High Pressure hose

»ESU Connection Cable

Argon Plasma Coagulation (APC)

Argon Plasma Coagulation (APC) is an advanced electrosurgical technique for a non-contact, safe, and efficient cut & coagulation. In this technique, the HF current required for coagulation is transferred right up to the tissue via ionized argon gas, ensuring fast, uniform coagulation.

As the gas beam is luminous, it can be easily kept under visual control when moving it over the tissue surface to be coagulated. Appropriate distance between electrode tip and tissue surface reduces electrode adherence to tissue and eliminates renewed bleeding. In addition, fast superficial coagulation of tissue helps the surgeon to manage bleeding in high-risk operations such as liver transplants.
Advantages of APC at a glance

»Faster and more efficient coagulation

»Less tissue damage

»Flexible eschar creation on tissue surface

»Limited coagulation depth to approximately 2mm, resulting in minimum perforation risk

»Uniform wide-area coagulation

»Less smoke, no unpleasant odors

»Less risks of infection

»Non-contact coagulation with no adhesion between tissue and applicator

»Helpful in open surgeries and endoscopic procedures

APC Applications

»Open Surgery: general and visceral surgery, urology, gynecology, breast surgery, liver transplant …

»Endoscopic applications: angiodysplasia, gastric antral vascular ectasia, colonic polyps after polypectomy, radiation proctitis, esophageal cancer,…