MUNICH, November 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
CIM med has announced successful TÜV testing of its carrier arm for the Philips IntelliSave AX700 anesthesia machine. These results support CIM med's ambition to produce the safest clinical mounting systems on the market.
TÜV Süd, the German safety monitoring agency, examined the CIM med carrier arm for two core criteria. The ground cable connections were tested for impedance and current load capacity (testing specifications IEC 60601-1:2005). Component grounding inside the carrier arms provides the required safety. TÜV Süd also tested the system for stability at a 10-degree tilt when fully euipped (DIN EN 60601-1:2007). The extra-length, triply articulated and height-adjustable, 700-millimeter arm features a special bracket to limit the pivoting arc of the first articulation to 90 degrees. This ensures tilt safety even when carrying 22 kilograms.
The carrier arm is available with connections for PDMS and patient monitors with modules. An authorized service technician can help health facilities retrofit the Philips IntelliSave AX700 with a CIM med carrier arm at any time. TÜV-certified carrier solutions by CIM med are also available for anesthesia machines by other manufacturers.
CIM med GmbH
CIM med, founded in 2007, is a leading specialist in medical mounting systems. The company develops, manufactures and sells stationary and mobile mounts for devices such as monitors, anesthesia machines and PACS systems. The carrier arms feature integrated cable management allowing for quick changing of supply lines. All mounting systems have CE certification and comply with the DIN-Norm EN 60601-1, 3rd Edition and the Medical Product Law (MDD 93/42EWG). In addition to standard mounts, the company also offers customized systems for international OEMs, distributors and health facilities.
|SOURCE CIM med GmbH|
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