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seca 704 r

Approved scale for medical use Product Number 704 7021 999

Column scale with integrated RS232 interface

seca 704 r - Column scale with integrated RS232 interface
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Quick Overview

Precision

  • Basic
  • Advanced
  • Premium

Key-Technical Data

Capacity300 kg
Graduation50 g < 150 kg > 100 g
Dimensions (WxHxD)360 x 930 x 520 mm
Net Weight2.3 sts
14.9 kg

Scope of Delivery

  • 6 batteries, type AA
Description

Product Properties

  • Precise, extremely robust seca scale technology weighs up to 300 kg.
  • BMI, Pre-TARE, HOLD, Auto-HOLD, Mother/Child function.
  • Measuring station expansion with optional measuring rod.
  • With integrated RS232 interface.
  • Includes interface cable.

The multi-talent with network capability.

For use with small children to obese patients, the seca 704 r is a genuine multi-talent, especially where weight, BMI and height are concerned. A mechanical measuring rod can be integrated with the seca 220 or seca 224. Other product advantages include a weighing capacity of up to 300 kg for heavyweight patients, the large, low platform and the time-saving functions Pre-TARE, HOLD, Auto-HOLD and Mother/Child. The integrated RS232 interface provides reliable transmission of weight and height from the scale to a dialysis system, for example.

The seca 704 is available as the standard variant, as seca 704 s with integrated measuring rod or as seca 704 r with integrated RS232 interface.

Precision

  • Basic
  • Advanced
  • Premium

Key-Technical Data

Capacity300 kg
Graduation50 g < 150 kg > 100 g
Dimensions (WxHxD)360 x 930 x 520 mm
Net Weight2.3 sts
14.9 kg

Functions and Properties

Scope of Delivery

  • 6 batteries, type AA
Technical Data

Technical Data

Capacity300 kg
Graduation50 g < 150 kg > 100 g
Dimensions (WxHxD)360 x 930 x 520 mm
Dimensions platform (WxHxD)335 x 80 x 345 mm
Net Weight2.3 sts
14.9 kg
Power SupplyBatteries, power adapter optional

Functions and Properties

  • TARE
  • Pre-TARE
  • Mother/child function
  • HOLD
  • Auto-HOLD
  • BMI
  • Auto-clear
  • Automatic weighing range switch-over
  • Adjustable damping
  • Keypad tone
  • RESET
  • Automatic switch-off
  • Transport castors
Application Tips

Raises awareness for maintaining a healthy weight

The seca directprint is the ideal tool for raising awareness about maintaining a healthy weight. Not only does it tell your patients their height, weight and BMI, but it compiles their measurements into an easy-to-read one page printout which includes sound information and tips on weight management. In seconds, it provides the ideal ice-breaker for your overweight patients by drawing attention to the subject of overweight and obesity without making them feel uncomfortable.
This removes inhibitions, makes people more willing to talk, and motivates your patients in the long term to tackle the subject more rigorously and do something about it.

Stroke

Strokes are the third leading cause of deaths and they are generated by a sudden disruption of blood circulation in the brain. They are often accompanied by dizziness, paralysis, vision and speech disorders. The consequences are very serious and can sometimes lead to permanent disabilities or death.

Typically men are 70 years old and women are 75 years old when a stroke occurs. The probability of becoming ill increases with age, weight and the related problems such as high blood pressure, lipometabolic disorders, diabetes mellitus and arteriosclerosis. Yet, prevention is possible by administering regular weight checks with seca scales since they can fulfill any weighing requirements for patients standing, sitting or lying down.


In 89% of all cases, a stroke can be diagnosed by the average person.
Here is how to recognise a stroke.

A simple test is the Cincinnati Prehospital Stroke Scale (CPSS):
  1. Ask the person to smile. If paralysis exists, one side of the face will droop.
  2. Ask the person to repeat a simple phrase such as "I do not need any help." Speech should not be slurred.
  3. Ask the person to stretch out his/her arms with the palms facing up. If paralysis exists, one arm cannot be raised and the arm will fall or drift, especially if the person's eyes are closed.
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