Simple test techniques No special skills to be acquired
Non-destructive test procedures No damage to instruments from test systems
Fault indication by audible or visual signals Reproducible results
Isolated from electrical mains Technical support from a British manufacturer
Accurate system settings Maintenance programme and re-callibration service available (where appropriate).
Fully supported by manufacturer/distributor Compatible with Quality/Health & Safety initiatives
Compatible with ISO Standard and CE marked  

Pinhole Detector - PHD6Kv for Diathermy Instruments

Pinhole detectorThe PHD6Kv is the device of choice for ensuring the the insulation on diathermy instruments is intact and the instrument will not pose a hazard to either an operator or a patient. The device is powered by a re-chargable battery. No special technique is required and audible and visual indicators confirm fault detection. The testing procedure itself will not damage instuments being tested.

PHD6Kv Detector
Battery, earth lead, built-in charger
Mains lead,drum brush electrode
Hospital test base
Test leads
Instruction manual

Continuity Tester - CT9v for Diathermy CablesContinuity tester

The CT9v will detect open circuit faults on diathermy Leads with 4mm plug ends or hook ends; an adapter is available for testing leads with Bovey 8mm plug ends.

The unit can also be used to test Bipolar Leads fitted with twin 4mm plugs for open circuit faults. Adapters for other machine-end connectors may be available.

The Continuity Tester is supplied complete with a PP3 9V battery and full operating instructions.

Finger Switch Test Unit - FST1 for hand-switching pencils

The FST1 can be used to confirm that hand-switching pencils are working correctly. A colour-coded L.E.D sequence will expose any defects in the switching mechanism. A battery test button has also been included.