The BT-S500 ventilator is an electrically controlled pneumatic ventilator integrating such functions as time, volume cycling, pressure limit, etc. It is mainly intended for providing ventilation support to a critically ill patient during the life threatening phase and ensuring the going-through of the dangerous period by the patient and smooth treatment of primary diseases for recovery. Also it provides an alternation in case of irreversible lesions in respiratory muscles or irreversible damage to upper airway to maintain the respiratory function of the patient, and also provides ventilation assistance for the patient during the recovery from a disease or operation.
BR-MV10 medical ventilator
pneumatically powered and electrically controlled system
Fitted with 4 nos anti-static rubber castors; two of which are lockable for braking and easy maneuverability with foot operated brake provisions
Medical oxygen with a pressure ranging from 280~600kpa
6~60 times/ min
Oxygen concentration output
modes of ventilation
A/C, IPPV, SIPPV, IMV, SIMV, PEET. MANUAL
0.1 ~ 1.0 kPa
-4 ~ 10 hPa
1:1.5; 1:2.0; 1:2.5; 1:3.0
Maximum Safety Pressure
one deep breath per 80 controlled respirations, the inspiration time is 1.5 times of the setting point
Pressure limit range:
0 ~ 6.0 kPa
Airway pressure alarm: Audible and visual and with yellow and red color indicating
Lower: 0.9 kPa ~ 5.4 kPa; Upper: 0.5 kPa
Ventilation Volume alarm:
≥ 18L/ MIN
Power Supply Alarm
Ac/dc power supply are after failing to send out alarm immediately
Alarm Time: keep >120s
The airway pressure continues to be higher than 15 hPa ±1 hPa for 15s±1s, then the machine will raise an audible alarm, the pressure will be displayed in red and the continuous high pressure red alarm wording is displayed on the screen of the anesthetic respirator.
10 ~ 40oC
no higher than 80 %
860 hPa ~ 1060 hPa
100-120 Vac, 50/60 Hz;
Attention: the AC power supply used for the anesthesia machine must be well grounded.
Attention: the anesthesia machine used must be equipped with a carbon dioxide monitor complying with ISO 9918:1993, an oxygen monitor complying with ISO 7767:1997 and an expiratory gas volume monitor complying with 220.127.116.11 of Medical Electrical Equipment Part II: Special Requirements for Safety and Basic Performance of Anesthesia System.
-15oC ~ +50oC
no higher than 95 %
86 kPa ~ 106 kPa.
It should be stored in a room without corrosive gas and well ventilated
comply with the requirement of GB/T 15464
Between the packaging box and product, soft material with appropriate thickness provided to prevent loosening and mutual friction during transportation
Moisture protection and rain protection to ensure that product is protected from natural damage.
Safty & Alarm
Gas source pressure
Immediate alarm; “high level alarm” indicator flickers raising an audible alarm.
Airway Pressure Alarm
The airway pressure exceeds 15hpa. The maximum delay is no longer than 17s. The “high level alarm” indicator flickers raising an audible alarm.
Tidal Volume Alarm
Lower than 50ml, The alarm will be raised after one breathing cycle.
Ventilation Volume Alarm
Lower: 0~12L/Min; Up: 18L/ Min
Battery Voltage Alarm
It alrms when the battery voltage is lower than 10.5V.
Power On Self Test
Self test before working, assure it's working normally.