|Choosing the right medical power supply is crucial to ensure patient/operator safety and the reliable operation of medical equipment. Some factors to consider when choosing medical power supplies are listed below. By considering these factors, you can choose a most appropriate medical power supply for your equipment and ensure that it meets the necessary safety and performance requirements.
|Medical safety standards -
||the power supply should comply with safety standards such as IEC 60601-1 for medical electrical equipment safety, as well as relevant EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) standards. All FranMar medical power supplies (FRM, FPM, FDM, FWM series) are conform to the recognized safety standard IEC60601-1. They were designed limit the leakage current to the lowest prescribed and meet 2xMOPP isolation level to protect patient and operator.
||the power supply should be designed to provide consistent and reliable performance, with appropriate protection features to prevent damage to the equipment and ensure patient/operator safety.
||choosing the high efficiency power supply is able to save energy and reduce costs.
|Output voltage and current -
||ensure that the power supply provides the correct voltage and current to meet the requirements of the medical equipment.
|Longevity and availability -
||ensure that the power supply is available for a reasonable period under normal operation and that there is a reliable supply chain to prevent issues with availability.
|Manufacturer reputation and support -
||select a reputable supplier that provides good technical support and customer service continusly.