Oscilla SM930 Screening Memory audiometer
All functions are controlled by an advanced microprocessor, which offers stability and durability. The built-in tone generator is crystal driven avoiding distortion and making it insensitive to temperature fluctuations. The Oscilla SM930 Screening Memory audiometer may perform either manual or fully automatic hearing test, with four automatic tests allowing individually designed threshold test. The aluminium case is both very sturdy and attractive. Features storage capacity of 90 audiograms. Fully automatic or manual audiometry test. Technical specifications: Frequencies: 11 fixed frequencies from 125 Hz to 8000 Hz. Hearing Level Range: -10 dB to 110 dB in 5 dB steps. Maximum intensities:0 4000 6000 8000 Air conduction dB 70 90 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 100 90 Program: Manual or automatic test. Serial interface: Automatic transfer - 9600 baud. Calibration: Calibration data stored in programmable memory (EN60645-1). Power supply: Power adapter for 220-240 V AC. Dimensions: 295mm x 180mm x 55mm. Weight: Approx. 1 kg. Standard accessories: TDH-39 earphones, SILENTA noise reducing headset, patient response button. Optional extras: Carrying bag, PC cable, Printer cable, AudioConsole Software. Printer requirements: Printer with a Centronics parallel port (IEEE 1284-compatibel), which supports: HP PCL3-PCL5E, Epson 9-24 pin graphics or IBM ProPrinter. Some of the functions available: ? 20 dB automatic threshold test, standard automatic test, Random 20 dB automatic test or Hughson Westlake test. Alarm will sound at the end of the test. ? Right & Left printed on the same audiogram or on two separate audiograms. ? Hughson Westlake minimum (-10dB to 40 dB). ? Hughson Westlake maximum (50 dB to 80 dB). ? Hughson Westlake basic level (0dB to 50 dB).
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