Conmed Excalibur Electrosurgical Unit

Conmed Excalibur Electrosurgical Unit
Product Specifications
BRAND  Conmed
MODEL  Excalibur
The System 5000™ Electrosurgery Generator (ESU) unites technology with versatility providing the opportunity to fine tune the electrosurgical generator to specific procedure and surgeon preferences. Unique modes on the System 5000™ include the Fluids Mode, for an additional boost of energy in procedures taking place in a fluid environment, and Lap Mode, which limits open circuit voltages to below 2700 volts in all modes and reduces the potential risk of inadvertent burns from capacitive coupling.
  • Most powerful isolated ESU available.
  • Allows the Surgeon to adjust power settings from the surgical field with a standard ES pencil.
  • Excalibur Plus PC Patented Controlled Output Voltage in CUT maintains minimum necessary voltage for smooth cutting through various impedance tissues with minimal thermal damage.
  • Electrosurgical Generator with Cut, Coag, Bipolar and Blend.
  • Includes a Mono-Polar Foot Pedal (Bi-Polar Foot Pedal is Optional Below).
  • 300 watts of output
  • The Excalibur Plus PC offers a scalpel like cut and three blend modes.
  • Pure Cut Maximum Peak to Peak Voltage is 2000 Volts
  • Blend 1- Maximum Peak to Peak Voltage is 2000 Volts
  • Blend 2- Peak Voltage of 2200 Volts
  • Blend 3- The Excalibur plus PC comes equipped with the maximum Peak to Peak Voltage of 240

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