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Tripp Lite 150W Power Inverter/Charger for Mobile Medical Equipment, 120V – IEC 60601-1 – DC to AC power inverter + battery charger – AC 120/ DC 12 V – 150 Watt – 1-phase – output connectors: 1 – 5.9 in
This cost-effective hospital-cart power inverter/charger for medical equipment integrates seamlessly into your existing system. The HC150SL medical inverter battery charger is the ideal solution for providing safe, compliant power to mobile medical equipment used both inside and outside patient care areas.
An isolation transformer reduces the cumulative shock potential of connected equipment, which helps ensure IEC 60601-1 compliance for use in every sector of healthcare facilities, including patient care areas. This unit is compatible with both sealed lead acid (SLA) and Lithium Ion Phosphate (LiFePhos) batteries, so you can determine which technology best fits your needs. In addition to IEC 60601-1, this module meets NFPA, NEC and JCAHO standards.
The advanced three-stage charger recharges batteries faster and more safely than conventional chargers. An internal automatic transfer switch (ATS) lets the module power connected equipment while also recharging the battery at the same time. The HC150SL can provide multiple hours of AC power in standard configuration, though runtime varies depending on battery condition and load.
Various electromagnetic and radio sources found in virtually every medical facility can cause disruptive interference on the AC line. Known as EMI (electromagnetic interference) and RFI (radio frequency interference), this line noise is a common cause of performance problems and can lead to incremental hardware damage and data corruption. The HC150SL incorporates technology that filters out disruptive line noise so that it won’t affect your equipment.
The HC150SL’s simple cart and fleet management lets you track usage data at a glance. Tripp Lite’s free downloadable PowerAlert software automatically saves valuable patient data from loss or corruption if the cart is left unattended and battery power is depleted. The included USB cable connects the module to any cart-mounted thin client or laptop computer. An optional remote user interface (RUI; sold separately) displays output and battery status and includes on/off and alarm-mute switches.
The compact steel housing features a USB communication port and one C13 AC outlet on a six-inch dongle for connecting a device’s power cord. It is designed to endure in severe medical environments where reliable power is essential.