|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||5sets|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T|
|Supply Ability:||100000 set per month|
|Highest Output Power:||380W||Voltage Range:||0~295V|
rf ablation system,
rf ablation devices
How it Works?
The system transmits the energy to the electric conduction liquid (e.g. normal saline), which is close to or on the surface of target tissues. The electric conduction liquid forms a thin layer between working electrode and circuit electrode. The electric conduction liquid, given with enough energy, can transform to a steam layer (i.e. plasma) containing charged particles with energy. When the high energy charged particles contact target tissues, it will realize tissue disintegration by molecular dissociation. Compared with the conventional electrosurgical system, by this kind of working model, the temperature generated at the target tissues is much lower, thus bringing less collateral damage to the surrounding tissues. While the unit functions will vary if the given voltage between the working electrode and target tissues is lower. In this case, the electric field is lower than the value required for forming plasma, and resistance heat at the tissues is generated. This model is used when stronger heat effect is required, e.g. for coagulation of blood vessel or other vessel tissues. According to the probe type, tissue status and expected treatment effect, to set suitable voltage.
If the unit displays any other error, it requires service.
|No Display on panel, power indicator doesn’t work||No power supply input||
a. Check power supply voltage;
b. Check power cord connection;
c. Check fuse malfunction or not.
|Footswitch indicator red||Footswitch connection issue|| a. Check footswitch connections;
b. Confirm footswitch malfunction or not.
|Treatment handle indicator red||Treatment handle connection issue||
a. Check handle connection;
b. Confirm handle malfunction or not.
|No output power||No output power||
a. Check the electrode immerse the saline;
b. Confirm all the accessories’ connections;
c. If the problem persists, call service.
Contact Person: plasmasurgery