China World Technology Medical Equipment Service Group
|Model Number:||453564413441 989803176201 989803174131|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1pcs|
|Delivery Time:||3-5 working days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T(wire transfer), Western Union, Paypal|
|Product Name:||MX40 Philip Patient Monitor 3.7 Volt 1900 MAH Lithium Ion Battery 453564413441 989803176201 989803174131||Brand:||Philip|
|P/N:||453564413441 989803176201 989803174131||Technology:||Lithium Ion|
|Power:||3.7 Volt||Capacity:||1900 MAH|
|Rechargeable:||Yes||Use With Philip Healthcare Equipment:||865350, 865351|
|Package Weight:||0.999kg||Packaging Unit:||1 Battery|
|Sterile OR Non-Sterile:||Non-Sterile||Use With Non-Philip Healthcare Equipment:||NO|
|Product Type:||Battery||Single-Patient Use OR Multi-Patient Use:||Reusable|
|Not Manufactured With Natural Rubber Latex:||Yes||Minimum Shelf Life:||2 Months|
MX40 Philip Patient Monitor Accessories,
989803174131 Patient Monitor Accessories,
1900 MAH Lithium Ion Battery
MX40 Philipilip patient monitor 3.7 volt 1900 MAH Lithium Ion battery 453564413441 989803176201 989803174131
Battery Safety Information
1.The battery cover must be closed during defibrillation.
Use a Philipilip Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery or 3 Duracell AA Alkaline batteries, MN 1500 1.5V to ensure specified performance and proper battery rating. An outdated, incompatible, or poor quality battery may result in unacceptable performance (for example, low battery warning time) when a disposable battery is used. It is recommended to use new high quality alkaline batteries.
2.Some abnormal conditions, such as a short circuit, can cause the battery to overheat during use. High temperatures can cause patient and/or user burns if the MX40 is hot to the touch. Remove it from the patient and let it sit until cool. Then remove the battery and discard it. Have your service provider check the MX40 to determine the cause of the overheating.
3.If you receive a notification that your TV's battery is low Your TV's battery is low. Replace battery T or notify TV battery life. The battery should be replaced shortly, failure to meet these conditions will result in the device shutting down and the inspection being terminated.
4.The disposable battery must be removed from the MX40 at the end of its useful life to prevent leakage.If the battery leaks Remove the battery carefully. Spilled product may irritate eyes or skin. Avoid contact with skin. Clean the battery compartment according to the instructions in the Maintenance, Handwashing section.
4.To eliminate the risk of electric shock or burns. Do not carry batteries with you, for example, in a garment bag.
The use of AA lithium batteries or batteries with a terminal voltage greater than 1.6 V may damage the device.
When monitoring with the WLAN version of the MX40 (model 865352),
Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries are the only approved power source. Disposable AA batteries are not compatible.
|Use with Philipilip Healthcare Equipment||865350, 865351|
|Packaging Unit||1 battery|
|Sterile OR Non-Sterile||Non-Sterile|
|Use with Non-Philipilip Healthcare Equipment||No|
|Single-Patient Use OR Multi-Patient Use||Reusable|
|Not manufactured with natural rubber latex||Yes|
|Minimum Shelf Life||2 months|
Insert a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, use the following procedure:
1 Lift up the bottom sides of the battery door to open the battery compartment.
2 Remove the AA battery tray (if applicable).
3 Insert the battery pack, aligning the raised tabs with the cutouts on the bottom of the battery compartment.
4 Close the battery door.
5 Observe that the splash screen on the front of the MX40 lights up
Removing the Batteries
The battery must be removed when the MX40 is not in use or in storage. To remove the battery Open the battery cover and push it through the opening at the bottom of the battery compartment to remove the battery.
device settings (Patient cable type, SpO2 mode, capacity, etc.) will be maintained when the battery is removed.
Do not use AA batteries with different power levels. It is recommended to use a new AA battery for each new use.
IMPORTANT - Do not store disposable AA batteries in the MX40 with the wrong polarity.
Be careful not to short circuit the battery. The battery becomes overheated in the event of a short circuit. Short run occurs when a piece of metal touches both the positive and negative terminals. short coping time This will shorten the battery life. If a short circuit occurs Remove the battery. If it is a new battery Remove only batteries that are short -circuited.
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