seca 465

seca 465 Printer

Printer

Height, weight, BMI, resting energy expenditure, total energy expenditure or percentiles for children – in the layout file you can choose the information you want.

seca 465

seca 360° wireless printer for analysis and printing of transmitted measurements on thermal paper

Via its wireless receiver and pre-configured SD smart card, the printer receives the measurements transmitted by seca devices and analyzes the data. In the process the printer compares height and weight to reference values as defined by WHO, CDC and Kromeyer-Hauschild et al., and ascertains percentiles for children. Resting energy expenditure and total energy expenditure based on parameters of gender, age and PAL (Physical Activity Level) are also calculated. As needed, Body-Mass-Index (BMI) or Body Fat Rate (BFR) can be analyzed and printed.


Highlights.

Products designed down to the last detail.

Example applications

The seca print designer software lets you integrate the logo used by the hospital/practice in the print-out. Or you can specify in which language the information should be printed.


Product information.

Technical product data and support.

Technical Data

Power supply: Power adapter
Measure (W x H x D): 106 x 116,5 x 170 mm
Net weight: 800 g
Functions: Date and time in print-out
CE: CE
Declaration of conformity.
seca_dec_465+466_int.pdf
seca_dec_465+466_int.pdf seca_dec_465+466_int.pdf
Manual.
seca_man_465+466_int_band_1.pdf
seca_man_465+466_int_band_1.pdf seca_man_465+466_int_band_1.pdf
Product sheet.
seca_pst_466&+465_en.pdf
seca_pst_466&+465_en.pdf seca_pst_466&+465_en.pdf
Product sheet.
seca_pst_466+465_en_wl.pdf
seca_pst_466+465_en_wl.pdf seca_pst_466+465_en_wl.pdf

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