Seca 703 Service Manual
Seca 703 NEC2 Wireless column scales with capacity up to 300 kilograms
Especially when it comes to finding out BMI and height. Then there are two options: integrate a mechanical measuring rod or receive data wirelessly from a separate digital stadiometer. Other advantages include the high load bearing capacity of up to 300 kg for heavyweight patients, the large and flat platform and time-saving functions Pre-TARE, HOLD, Auto-HOLD and mother/child-function. With everything primed for the future and integration in EMR using the seca 360° wireless.
Technical Data Seca 703 NEC2 Service Manual
|Capacity:||660 lbs, 300 kg|
|Graduation (g):||50 g < 150 kg > 100 g / 0,1 lbs < 330 lbs > 0,2 lbs|
|Power supply:||Battery, Power adapter|
|Measure (W x H x D):||360 x 930 x 520 mm , 14,2 x 36,6 x 20,5 inch|
|Net weight:||15,2 kg , 33,5 lbs|
|Functions and Properties:||PRINT, Overload protection, Auto-PRINT, Transport custors, TARE, Auto-clear, Pre-TARE, Mother/Child function, HOLD, Auto-HOLD, BMI, kg/lbs/sts switch-over, Automatic switch-off, Wireless interface, SEND, RESET, Acoustic signals can be activated, Damping, Auto-SEND|
General Information Seca 703 NEC2
These service instructions are intended for specialist staff responsible for maintenance and repair of the devices. These persons must be familiar with all the relevant electro-technical regulations and must adhere to them any time. These instructions are not suitable for users without specialist knowledge. These instructions describe how to service the devices [374| 376| 378| 703| 704| 264| 274| 284| 285] equipped with NEC2 electronic modules. The device types for which these instructions apply are listed in the section headings. There are some identical models with NEC1 electronic modules. These instructions are not valid for those types.
What is the structure of this document and how should you read it? Section 1 provides a short overview of the most important points for service. We recommend you should read it completely. Section 2 deals with the maintenance of the devices, i.e. work that may have to be carried out more frequently. This section can be read as and when required. Troubleshooting is covered in section 4, where you find detailed descriptions of various measurements intended to identify specific errors. Starting point for troubleshooting is section 3, which includes an overview of error descriptions and the inspection steps required to identify them.
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