The Aaron 2250 Digital Electrosurgical Generator is a multipurpose generator designed for use in a variety of applications in areas such as Dermatology, Plastic Surgery, Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology, and Urology, just to name a few. The Aaron Digital Electrosurgical Generator meets any need with its large, illuminated, digital displays and its 5 different output modes including cut, blend, coagulation, fulguration and bipolar. The 2250 Digital Electrosurgical Generator remembers the last settings used, so when turned on, the generator performs a safety system check and automatically powers up to the last activated settings. Bovie has incorporated automatic safety systems into the Aaron Digital Electrosurgical Generator like self-test circuits, audible tones, discreet outputs and isolated output circuitry.
Instead of just one or two blend modes like most electrosurgical generators, Bovie digital technology allows the user to choose from 10 different blend settings with an LED blend indicator bar conveniently located adjacent to the blend button controls. The Aaron 2250 also offers 2 modes of coagulation; Coagulation and Fulguration. Coagulation (pinpoint) provides precise control of bleeding in localized areas, while Fulguration (spray) provides greater control of bleeding in highly vascular tissues over broad surface areas. The Aaron Digital Electrosurgical Generator constantly monitors every aspect of the generator's output. Providing both patient and user safety, at the sign of any problem the machine instantly disables the output and displays the appropriate error code on the display.
The Aaron 3250 Digital Electrosurgical Generator is exactly the same as the Aaron 2250, except for a few added features to make it an even more convenient and reliable electrosurgical generator. The Aaron 3250 features a 300 watt output versus the 200 watt output that the 2250 provides. A 300 watt output allows the surgeon to successfully perform even the rarest procedures requiring electrosurgery. The Aaron 3250 Digital Electrosurgical Generator also offers 2 Cut modes; Cut I and Cut II at 300 watts each. The last difference between the Aaron 3250 and the Aaron 2250 is the preset feature that the 3250 offers. The 3250 Digital Electrosurgical Generator's preset feature allows the surgeon to conveniently program and save up to 9 different custom settings.
Unit, power cord, users guide.
Five output modes including, cut, blend, coagulation, fulguration, and bipolar
- Ten different blend settings plus cut
- 3250 is 300 watts maximum power output
- Last used setting recall
- Digital error detection offers safety for patients and users
- Audible tones
- Discreet outputs
- Self-test circuits
- Perform even the rarest procedures requiring electrosurgery
- Two Cut modes at 300 watts each
- Preset feature allows surgeon to program and save up to 9 custom settings
- Dimensions: 6" x 12.3" x 16.3" (HxWxD)
- Line Frequency: 50-60 Hz
- Line Voltage: 100-240V AC +/- 10%
- Output Frequency: 490 kHz +/- 5
- Output Power: Cut I & II: 300 watts, Blend: 200 watts 10 Steps, Coagulation (Pinpoint): 120 watts, Fulguration (Spray): 80 watts, Bipolar: 80 watts
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