Bovie Aaron 2250 Electrosurgical Unit

  • Bovie Aaron 2250 Electrosurgical Unit

The Bovie Aaron 2250 Electrosurgical Unit is a multipurpose electrosurgical generator used in modern operating rooms and surgery centers.

The Aaron 2250 features both monopolar and bipolar functions to satisfy all your surgical demands with safety, flexibility, reliability, and convenience. The 2250 Electrosurgical Generator has automatic safety systems, self-test circuits, audible tones, discreet outputs, isolated circuitry, and Bovie NEM (neutral electrode monitoring).

Description

Bovie Aaron 2250 Electrosurgical Unit Features

The Bovie Aaron 2250 Electrosurgical Unit is a multipurpose electrosurgical generator used in modern operating rooms and surgery centers.

The Aaron 2250 features both monopolar and bipolar functions to satisfy all your surgical demands with safety, flexibility, reliability, and convenience. The 2250 Electrosurgical Generator has automatic safety systems, self-test circuits, audible tones, discreet outputs, isolated circuitry, and Bovie NEM (neutral electrode monitoring).

  • Five output modes: Cut, Blend, Coagulation, Fulguration and Bipolar
  • Audible tones
  • Self-test circuits
  • Discreet output
  • Digital error correction
  • solated circuitry

Aaron 2250 Specifications

Dimensions and Weight

  • Width: 31.1 cm (12.3″)
  • Height: 15.3 cm (6.0″)
  • Depth: 41.3 cm (16.3″)
  • Weight: < 8.8 kg (< 19 lbs.)

Output Power

  • Cut/Blend: 200 watts/200watts
  • Coagulation (Pinpoint): 120 watts
  • Fulguration (Spray): 80 watts
  • Bipolar: 80 watts

Line Voltage

  • 100-240 VAC ± 10%

Frequency

  • Output Frequency: 490 kHz ± 5
  • Line Frequency: 50-60 Hz

Operating Parameters

  • Ambient Temperature Range: 10° to 40° C (50° to 104° F)
  • Relative Humidity: 30% to 75%, non-condensing
  • Atmospheric Pressure: 700 to 1060 millibars
  • Warm-up time for the Bovie Aaron 2250 Electrosurgical Unit if transported or stored at temperatures outside the operating temperature range, allow one hour for the generator to reach room temperature before use.

Transport and Storage

  • Ambient Temperature Range: -34˚ to 65˚ C (-29˚ to 149˚ F)
  • Relative Humidity: 0% to 75%, non-condensing
  • Atmospheric Pressure: 500 hPa to 1060 hPa

Input Power

  • Input Voltage: 100-240 VAC
  • Mains Line Frequency Range: (nominal): 50 / 60 Hz
  • Power Consumption: 500 VA
  • Fuses (two): 6.3 A (slow blow)

We have Bovie Aaron 2250 Electrosurgical Unit that are electrosurgical platforms built on the trusted Bovie foundation. We offer a complete line of state-of-the-art electrosurgical hardware and accessories to meet the needs of the surgical team in hospitals, surgery centers, and office-based procedures.

We offer a wide range of Bovie Electrosurgical Units. Get the features you need with the above industry quality and service. Seattle Technology can provide state-of-the-art Electrosurgical Units to ASCs, Hospitals, and Schools.

We pride ourselves on having refurbished and new products with industry-best warranties backed by our caring customer service team and helpful technical support staff.

You can rely on our helpful Regional Representative Support Team to help navigate your Bovie Aaron 2250 Electrosurgical Unit options.

Electrosurgical units are in every ambulatory surgical center, operating room, hospital, and medical facility. Bovie Aaron 2250 Electrosurgical Unit Units are helpful to keep your operating room fully equipped.

For thousands of years, human beings have used heat in the form of cautery to treat trauma and disease. Electric Current produced heat in the late nineteenth century. William T. Bovie researched radium at Harvard before working on electrocautery. In 1920 Dr. Bovie, an unconventional inventor with a doctorate in plant physiology, developed an innovative electrosurgical unit. He was not the first to work with electricity in surgery.