TECHNICAL DATA... cleaning

IMPORTANT: AIC should not be used, or at least not before a doctor has been consulted!

Technical Data VenenWalker© 

Technical Data VenenWalker© PRO

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Pressure: 80mmHg or 107 millibars
  • Power supply: 230 volts
  • Frequency: 50 Hz
  • Operating current: 0,1 A
  • Temperature: Use: 15 – 40°C
  • Storage and transport:  0 – 40°C 
  • Air humidity: Use: 30 – 75 % 
  • Storage and transport: 10 – 80 % 
  • Dimensions: 221 mm (L) x 163 mm (W) x 165 mm (H)
  • Weight: approx. 2300 Gramm
  • Fuse: T 0,315 A H
  • Degree of protection: type B
  • Protection class: II
  • Alternating current: ~ 

Technical Data

VenenWalker© basic







  • Cuff pressure: Maximum 120 mmHg
  • Voltage supply in mains power mode: 
  • Input: 100 – 240 volts ~
  • Output: 6V DC
  • Mains frequency: 50Hz
  • Current consumption: 0.1A
  • In battery mode: 6 volt DC (4x 1.5 volt batteries, AA type)
  • Temperature range

– Operation: 15 – 40 °C
– Storage and transportation: 0 – 40 °C

  • Air humidity

– Operation: 30 - 75%
– Storage and transportation: 10 - 80%

  • Dimensions: 80 % 80 mm (l) x 45 mm (w) x 190 mm (h) 
  • Weight: Approx. 460 grammes
  • Degree of protection: Type B
  • Protection class: III


 


Cleaning and looking after your VenenWalker©

Before cleaning your VenenWalker©, you should always disconnect the hoses from the control unit and the cuffs. Should you sweat a little under the cuffs, you can clean them with a dry (or slightly moistened) cloth and some cleanser. When the cuffs are applied directly on the skin, you should disinfect them with a commonly available disinfectant so as to avoid cross-contamination if they are to be used by several different individuals. But never use astringent cleansers. In particular be sure that no moisture finds its way into the openings for letting air in and out. You should make a point of plugging the openings with the stoppers when you clean the cuffs.

After your VenenWalker© has been in use for a long time, the ends of the hoses could begin to widen out with the result that they are no longer airtight. In such a case you can cut a short piece off the ends. Fold up the cuffs only loosely. If the cuffs are bent too forcefully, they could split. We recommend cleaning the control unit only when it is necessary. Clean the control unit in the same way as you clean the cuffs. The cuffs can be cleaned after each session or at regular intervals.

 

Always remember to pull the plug out before you clean your VenenWalker©!

 

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