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Re: 12v Mains Invertors-Ambulance Transfers
#2508 21/02/05 2:12 PM
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...and now back to the thread, please wink

Re: 12v Mains Invertors-Ambulance Transfers
#2509 22/02/05 2:16 AM
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The heater pad may a thermo ware type(disposable one)
If any emergency procedure to be done , then the medical personnel accompany the child, the doctor has to face a hell of time.
Any how, can you give me the tech/specification details of the blanket wrapper so that I can pass it on to pediatrician friends


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#2510 22/02/05 10:16 AM
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I was about to comment on Resmeds true sine-wave inverter for CPAP use, but Font has beaten me to it...

If memory serves, and it may well not, the inverter was made by an Aussie company called Powerbox, was CE marked (tho don't quote me if it ain't!), cost about a hundred quid plus VAT a couple of years back, and was capable of delivering 350W. Not a huge amount of "juice" I know, but I would guess Powerbox would make beefier ones.

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#2511 23/02/05 9:48 PM
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RE: Grounding inverter to Ambulance.
I have converted the application sheet for HP M3080A inverter for use with M3 monitor to PDF format, I would attach it to this post if I could for you all to look at. Quality is not up to much as it was originally a FAX. Have e-mailed it to Huw to place on website somwhere!


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Re: 12v Mains Invertors-Ambulance Transfers
#2512 23/02/05 10:38 PM
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Nice one Font smile

Here's the link to the M3080A (81Kb)

If I can clean it up or get an original version - I'll add it to the downloads section.

Re: 12v Mains Invertors-Ambulance Transfers
#2513 24/02/05 3:32 PM
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Have you tried Merlin Equipment Limited. They specialise in mains inverters for vehicles. They supply the Ambulance service, Fire Brigade, Police etc.

They can supply the STATPOWER (now Xantrex) inverter, which was supplied by Philips (M3080A 247+vat) at a fraction of the cost. They also do a higher power (75 watt) version of the Philips device (also known I believe as the Notepower 50).

Their details are:-

Merlin Equipment Limited
Unit 4, Cabot Business Village
Cabot Lane
Poole
Dorset BH17 7BA
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)1202 697979
Fax: +44 (0)1202 691919

www.merlinequipment.com


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#2514 28/02/05 1:46 PM
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Thanks for all of that information people, however the issues we are facing are to do with the regulations and Trust / Ambulance service proceedures and policies.

Is there a policy that says for instance" It's current Trust policy NOT to use mains inverters with medical devices"?
Or an Ambulance service policy that states "All mains operated devices are to used in conjuction with ambulance fitted equipmanet(inverters) ONLY" etc.

More to the point Do your ambulances have Mains Inverters fitted to them?

I feel this is only the tip of the iceberg. One that is slowly melting, sending those already in the cold, plunging into to depths of those icy waters !


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Simply obey & then comply !
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#2515 01/03/05 6:28 PM
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If you want any help on power management on emergency vehicles, please contact us!
We have a range of inverters commonly used by the emergency services with a new 1500W sinewave inverter just been launched.
Have a look on www.antares.co.uk for further details.

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