No need to worry about power when you need it. This high performance unit delivers a vacuum range of 2-19 inHg. The standard easy-to-read gauge allows the care giver to adjust the vacuum.
The high performance battery allows 1.5 hours of run time, twice that of comparable units. A “Low Battery Light”, standard in this unit, informs the caregiver that the unit needs to be re-charged thus preventing interruptions in use.
No need to buy a special canister. The Easy Go Vac uses any standard 800 cc canister and is visible in the carry bag while unit is in operation. It is re-chargeable in its convenient, specially designed Carry Bag, which also stores the charger, Suction Tubing and optional Auto DC Power Cord.
The plastic cabinet is durable, attractive, easy-to-clean and infection control friendly. There are no open areas on the unit to harbor bacteria and dirt.
A dual pump protection system features two safeguards. A float shut-off in the canister to protect overflow and an inline hydrophobic filter to prevent back flow of fluid as well as airborne contaminants from entering the pump.
The Easy Go Vac carries a full 2 year warranty on the unit and a 6 month warranty on the battery.
Dimensions: 8.812 in (22.38 cm) Long x 6.687 in (16.99 cm) Wide x 8.875 in (22.54 cm) High
Weight: Device and Canister: 6.74 lbs (3.06 kg) – Shipping: 11 lbs (4.99 kg)
Electrical: AC Input: 100 – 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 0.35 – 0.80 Amps, 20W – DC Input: 13.7 Volts DC, 1.6 A – Internal Battery: 12 VDC
Filter: Inline, Hydrophobic
Suction Canister: 800cc (Disposable with Float Shut-off)
Operating Vacuum Range: 51 mmHg to 483 mmHg (2 InHg to 19 InHg)
Flow @ Max Vac: Unrestricted flow, with 800cc suction canister running on AC power: ≥14 l/min – Unrestricted flow, with 800cc suction canister running on DC power: ≥13 l/min
Vacuum Buildup: 0 to 300 mmHg in 3.1 sec. (with 800cc Suction Canister and AC Power Cord connected) – 0 to 300 mmHg in 3.5 sec. (with 800cc Suction Canister connected and running on DC)
Gauge Accuracy: 3-2-3% of Full Scale
Mode of Operation: Non-Continuous (Duty Cycle: 15 minutes intervals)