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Biolight M1000 Vet 8" Vet Multi-Parameter Touchscreen Quality Compact Monitor

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Biolight M1000 Vet 8" Vet Multi-Parameter Touchscreen Compact Monitor
High quality monitor, made by BLT Biolight; very accurate and reliable.
Comes with veterinary accessories, and ready for the work.
It is small, only a few pounds, and does not take much of the space.
Standard configuration:
3/5 Lead ECG, HR, RESP, NIBP, SpO2, PR, TEMP, Rechargeable lithium ion battery.
  • 8” TFT LCD touch screen 
  • Lightweight and compact portable design 
  • Standard parameters including 3/5 leads ECG, HR, RESP, NIBP, SpO2, PR, TEMP 
  • Triple and Multi-level Sound/Light/Screen alarm 
  • Large capability battery with over 6 hours continuous usage 
  • 168 hours trend data storage 
  • 1000 groups NIBP measurement review
Physical & Power specifications
Dimension: 220mm (H)×180mmW)×90mm(D) 
Weight: <2 kg 
Power Voltage: AC 100V-240V 50Hz/60Hz 
Input current: 1.5A-0.7A
Type: 11.1VDC/2200mAh, Rechargeable Lithium ion battery 
Operating time: Under the normal use and full charge: ≥6 hours 
Indicator of battery capability: With
Size: 8″ Color TFT LCD touch screen 
Resolution: 800×600 pixels
Data Storage
Trend data: 168 Hours 
NIBP measurement review: 1000 Groups 
Alarm Events: 128 Groups 
ARR event: 128 Groups
Lead Mode: 3/5 leads ECG input 
Lead selection: I, II, III, aVR, aVL, aVF, V 
Gain: 2.5 mm/mV(×0.25), 5 mm/mV(×0.5), 
 10 mm/mV(×1),20 mm/mV(×2) ,  
 40 mm/mV(×4) , Auto 
Input impedance: ≥5.0 MΩ 
Animal leakage current: < 10 uA 
CMRR : Diagnostic mode ≥ 89 dB
Monitor mode ≥ 105 dB 
Surgery mode ≥ 105 dB 
Baseline recovery: Monitor mode: ≤ 3 s; 
Surgery mode: ≤ 1 s 
Sweep speed: 12.5 mm/s, 25 mm/s, 50 mm/s
Measurement Range: Large animal: 10 bpm to 300 bpm 
Normal and small animal: 10 bpm to 350 bpm 
Accuracy: ±1% or ±1 bpm, whichever is greater
Method: Thoracic impedance 
Measuring impedance range: 0.2Ω ~3Ω 
Accuracy: ±2 rpm
Measurement way: Automatic Oscillometry 
Measurement range(mmHg): SYS 30~270 mmHg 
 DIA 10~220 mmHg  
 Map 20~235 mmHg 
(Large animal, normal and small animal have different measurement range) 
Pressure Accuracy: Static: ±3 mmHg 
Clinic: Average error: ±5 mmHg, 
standard deviation: ≤8 mmHg 
Unit: mmHg, kPa 
Cuff pressure range: 0 mmHg ~ 280 mmHg
Initial inflation pressure:
Large animal default: 160 mmHg 
Mid animal default: 130 mmHg 
Small animal default: 75 mm 
Overpressure Protection(Hardware and software double protections): 
Large animal: (297±3) mmHg Normal animal: (147±3) mmHg 
Small animal: (252±3) mmHg 
Alarm Indication: Three levels of alarming: Audible-visual alarming 
Alarming with blinked data and parameters Text prompts 
Work mode: Large animal: Single, Cycle, STAT 
Normal animal: Single, Cycle, STAT 
Small animal: Single, Cycle
Measurement Range: 0%~100% 
Resolution: 1% 
Accuracy: At 70~100%, ±2% At 0~69%, unspecified 
Alarm range: 85% to 100%, high/low limit can be adjusted continuously
Average time: Normal:8s, slow: 16s,fast: 4s 
Anti-interference: Anti-interference of movement Anti-interference of electrocautery unit 
Resisting low perfusion capability 
Pitch Tone: With
Measurement Range: 20~250 bpm 
Resolution:1 bpm Accuracy: ±1% or ±1 bpm, whichever is greater 
Alarm range: 0 bpm~300 bpm, high/low limit can be adjusted continuously 
Recovery time after defibrillation: <10s
Measurement way: Thermal resistance way 
Measurement Range: 0.0~50.0℃ (32℉~122℉) 
Unit : Celsius (℃), Fahrenheit (℉) 
Resolution: 0.1℃ 
Accuracy: At 45.1~50.0℃, ±0.3℃ (including the probe) 
At 25.0~45.0℃, ±0.2℃ (including the probe) 
At 0.0~24.9℃, ±0.3℃ (including the probe)

KeeboMed, Inc.    

Mount Prospect, IL  USA  

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