To meet all the requirements of IEC 62353, the standard for in-service and after repair testing of medical electronic devices, Rigel has launched its new 62353 handheld electrical medical safety analyser.
Features of the device include automatic sequencing, onboard data storage and data entry, improved battery power, and a lightweight enclosure. The Rigel 62353 can store up to 10,000 test records, customised routines, visual inspections and performance tests which can be downloaded to and from a PC.
Additional features include a facility for testing up to two individual Applied Parts from different modules or classes e.g. BF and CF class and either fully automatic, semi-automatic or manual testing. A full graphic LCD display has been incorporated with an integral alpha-numeric ABCD keyboard for quick and accurate operation.
The analyser can be connected to Rigel’s Med-eBase PC database software to provide enhanced electronic recording and management of testing programmes. Custom test routines can be created for testing specific medical devices before being uploaded to the analyser.