ValleyLab Force FX and FXc Electrosurgical Units

  • ValleyLab Force FX and FXc Electrosurgical Units

The Force FX is a Digital Electrosurgical Unit. The Force FXc is a High Power Digital Electrosurgical Unit. Both generators feature computer-controlled Instant Response Technology designed to ensure a consistent clinical effect through all tissue types. You can use handset or footswitch controls to activate the generator. Receptacles are marked to ensure the correct connection of accessories. Indicators alert you when the generator is activated. The Force FX™ allows you to adjust the activation tone volume and reset the mode and power settings used previously. The Force FX™ can be used in conjunction with the Valleylab Force GSU System and the Valleylab Electroshield Monitor. Refer to the manuals provided with these products for more information.

Description

ValleyLab Force FX and FXc Electrosurgical Units Features

ValleyLab Force FX

ValleyLab Force FX and FXc Electrosurgical Units generators with computer-controlled Instant Response™ Technology are designed to ensure a consistent clinical effect through all tissue types.

ValleyLab Force FXc

  • Instant Response™ technology ensures that the power delivered remains virtually constant, regardless of the tissue type
  • Improved performance at lower power settings minimizes the risk of tissue damage and neuromuscular stimulation
  • Three internal microcontrollers reduce system reaction time and increase the system’s processing speed
  • Spray coagulation voltage of no more than 9000 volts peak-to-peak output for broad, but superficial coagulation with limited capacitive coupling
  • A Power Efficiency Rating (PER) of approximately 98 for accurate and consistent cut performance

ValleyLab Force FX Electrosurgical Unit Specifications

Dimensions

  • Height: 4.375″
  • Width: 14″
  • Length: 17″

Weight

  • 18 lbs

Input Power Requirements

  • Operating Range: 170 – 264
  • VAC Max Current: 3.5 A in cut and 2 A in coag

Output Waveforms

  • Bipolar
  • Precise, standard and Macros: 470 kHz sinusoid

Monopolar Cut

  • Low: 390 kHz sinusoid. Similar to the pure cut mode except the maximum voltage is limited to a lower value
  • Pure: 390 kHz sinusoid. Blend: 390 kHz bursts of sinusoid, recurring at 27 kHz intervals, 50% duty cycle envelope

Monopolar Coag

  • Desiccate: 240 kHz sinusoid repeated at 39 kHz, 8% duty cycle
  • Fulgurate: 390 kHz damped sinusoidal bursts with a repetition frequency of 57 kHz into 300Ohm
  • Spray: 390 kHz damped sinusoid bursts with randomized repetition centered at 28 kHz
  • Frequencies include 21 kHz < f < 35kHz
  • The output is further modulated by a random 250 Hz envelope with a variable duty cycle

Low-Frequency Leakage

  • 50 – 60 Hz. Source current, patient leads, all outputs tied together
  • Normal polarity, intact chassis ground < 10μA
  • Normal polarity, ground open < 50μA. Reverse polarity, ground open < 50μA
  • Sink current at high line, all points < 50μA

High Frequency Leakage

  • Bipolar: < 59.2 mArms
  • Monopolar: < 150 mArms
  • CEM™: < 150 mArms at < or equal 50 W
  • Power Readouts:
  • Agree with actual power into the rated load to within ±15% or 5 watts, whichever is greater.

Additional information

Brand

ValleyLab