ValleyLab SurgiStat II Electrosurgical Unit
The Valleylab SurgiStat II Electrosurgical Unit provides exceptional performance, reliability, and safety benefits in a compact, easy to use ESU. For general electrosurgery needs in the office, clinic, or emergency room.
ValleyLab SurgiStat II Electrosurgical Unit Features
The Valleylab SurgiStat II Electrosurgical Unit provides exceptional performance, reliability, and safety benefits in a compact, easy to use ESU.
- Easy and quick to set up; compact and light
- Saves time with automatic access to previously used power settings and modes
- Provides precise surgical effect with power control dials
- Performs most common office-based electrosurgical procedures
- Provides ability to change power settings while activating the generator
- Includes both monopolar and bipolar outputs
- Accepts preferred accessories
- standard 3-pin pencil, most standard footswitching devices (with adapter)
- standard Valleylab monopolar footswitch (optional)
- standard 2-pin bipolar footswitching devices
- Manufactured to the highest standards of quality in electrosurgical technology
- Ensures consistent clinical performance over a variety of procedures
- Increased patient safety with a return electrode contact quality monitoring system (RECQMS). The RECQMS system continually monitors patient impedance levels and deactivates the generator if a fault in the patient/return electrode contact is detected.
ValleyLab SurgiStat II Electrosurgical Unit Specifications
Dimensions and Weight
- Height: 14 cm (5.5 in)
- Width: 26 cm (10.25 in)
- Depth: 25.4 cm (10 in)
- Weight: <6.5kg (<14 lbs)
- Bipolar <39 Arms
- Monopolar <150 Arms
- 110-120 Volts at 60 Hz
PER = 86
- PER (Power Efficiency Rating) is the measure of an electrosurgical generator’s ability to accurately deliver the selected power into a wide range of tissue types.
Controls and Indicators
- Mode Selection: Separate pushbuttons select modes (Cut or Blend, Desiccate, Fulgurate, or Bipolor)
- PowerSetting: Dials adjust power in increments of 1 watt
- Audible Tones: A continuous tone indicates activation; volume control is on the back panel. A dual tone, which is not adjustable, indicates an alarm condition; for example, compromised patient return electrode contact.
- Front Panel: RECQMS patient return electrode receptacle (RECQMS system requires a split plate patient return electrode).
- Receptacle for standard footswitching devices with adapters.
- Receptacle for standard 2-pin bipolar foot switching devices.
- Receptacle for standard Valleylab monopolar footswitch.