Get the Impact Uni-Vent 754M Eagle Portable Volume Ventilator in Pelican/Hardigg Hard Case. Also includes the soft case.
This Impact Uni-Vent 754M Eagle Ventilator is in Excellent Condition. We acquired this unit from the U.S. Military. The Ventilator was able to run off of the New Battery Power and External Power using enclosed Power Supply when plugged in to a 110V Electrical Outlet. Unit was hooked up to a Ventilator Circuit. 100% Functional. That’s the Extent of our Testing Due to Device needing PM (Preventive Maintenance) including the calibration clock, which is Required to be Reset every 12 months.
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Device has not been in use since Calibration was Performed by The Manufacturer in July of 2016. See Photos for More Info! Includes 4 Pages of Summary Inspection Results and Calibration Paperwork from D.O.D. and Manufacturer.
We Guarantee this Unit to Function as Described. All Photos are of the Actual Unit that you will receive. Included with the Impact Uni-vent 754M is as follows:
- · 334-0020-00 Strap, Velcro (x2)
- · 402-0014-00 Case, Padded, Ventilator and ACC
- · 800-0754-01 Ventilator
- · 820-0067-00 Ventilator Circuit, Disposable
- · 825-0002-00 Hose, Oxygen
- · 825-0004-00 Hose, Air
- · 703-0754-03 ASSY, DC Power Cable
Model 754M Features:
The Impact Uni-vent Eagle 754M is completely self-contained and requires no outside gas. Featuring an internal compressor and blender, it offers PEEP with controlled assist, SIMV, Intubated CPAP, and CMV (for apnea backup) ventilation modes. Bright graphic LCD provides monitoring and alarm settings. An interactive demo/teaching mode assures fast start up sequence in as little as three steps. EMI/RFI and Air Medical certified.
Features & Specifications
- Deliverable Gas(es) Air (Internal Compressor, External 50-PSI); Oxygen (External 50-PSI)
- Tidal Volume Range 0 to 3000 mL
- I:E Ratio 1:1 Preset, Adjustable 1:1 to 1:599
- Sensitivity Default, 1.5 to 2.0 cmH2O; Adjustable, 1.0 to 6.0 cmH2O
- Flow Rate Adjustable, 0 to approximately 60 LPM (0 to approximately 1000 ml/sec)
- Ventilation Rate Adjustable, 1 to 150 bpm, in 1bpm increments (±1 digit on the display panel)
- Inspiration Time Adjustable, 0.1 to 3 sec, in 0.1 sec increments (±1 digit on the display panel); 1:2 I:E RATION preset
- FiO2 Adjustable, 21% to 100% (Internal Air/Oxygen Mixer), resolution in 1% increments, accurate to within ±10%
- Low Pressure Alarm Adjustable, 0 to 50 cmH2O, in 1 cmH2O increments (±1 digit on the display panel)
- High Pressure Alarm Adjustable, 15 to 100 cmH2O, in 1 cmH2O increments (±1 digit on the display panel)
- Peek Inspiratory Pressure Relief Adjustable, 15 to 100 cmH2O, in 1 cmH2O increments (±1 digit on the display panel)
- Pressure Plateau Range, 5 to 90 cmH2O (referenced to HIGH PRESSURE ALARM set-point)
- Assist/SIMV Sensitivity Default, 1.5 to 2.0cmH2Obellow end pressure
- PEEP Program range 1 to 20 cmH2O, in 1 cmH2O increments (±1 digit on the display panel)
- Sigh Occurs once every 100-ventilations or 7-minutes, whichever occurs first. Sigh duration = 150% Vt (truncated to a combined maximum of 3 seconds)
- Liquid Crystal Display External Air, Sigh, PEEP, Pressure Plateau, High-Pressure Alarm Setting, Low-Pressure Alarm Setting, Ventilation Rate, Inspiration time/I:E Ratio, Tidal Volume, Air/Oxygen Mixer, Mode, Inspiration/Exhalation, Power, Pear Airway Pressure, Mean Airway Pressure, Digital Bar Graph, High/Low, Airway Pressure Alarm Setpoint Indicators, Paw.
- LED Indicators Charge/Alarm/System Failure
- LED Digital Bar Graph Range -10 to 100 cmH2O
- LCD Alarm Display Battery Low, External Power Low, Low Pressure, O2 Low/Fail, Disconnect, High Pressure, Apnea, Vt, High PEEP, Ext Air Low/Fail, FIO2, Inverse I/E, Comp, Pressure Alarm Settings, Transducer Calibration, Transducer Calibration Abort, System Failure, Ventilator Fail, Inspiration Time Truncated to 3-seconds, Plateau Volume, Preventative Maintenance Due, Vt Settings, Extended Non-Use/ Storage, External Power Failure