RealECG SIMULATION CONNECTION SETUPS

 

RealECG MLII CONNECTION SETUP

Figure 62-1 shows a suggested connection setup to simulate a standard 3-lead single channel MLII signal. The human form is there only to show where the signals from the RealECG unit could be originating from; the signals from the RealECG unit SHOULD NOT be routed to a living individual. The signals from the RealECG unit should go directly into the ECG monitor.

Figure 62-1: Suggested Connection Setup to Simulate a Standard 3-lead Single Channel MLII signal.

Please note that the human form is there only to show where the signals from the RealECG unit could be originating from; the signals from the RealECG unit SHOULD NOT be routed to a living individual.

 

Figures 62-2 and 62-3 show alternate views of the suggested connection setup to simulate a standard 3-lead single channel MLII signal.

Figure 62-2: Alternate View of Suggested Connection Setup to Simulate a Standard 3-lead Single Channel MLII signal.

Please note that the human form is there only to show where the signals from the RealECG unit could be originating from; the signals from the RealECG unit SHOULD NOT be routed to a living individual.

 

Figure 62-3: Alternate View of Suggested Connection Setup to Simulate a Standard 3-lead Single Channel MLII signal.

Please note that the human form is there only to show where the signals from the RealECG unit could be originating from; the signals from the RealECG unit SHOULD NOT be routed to a living individual.

 

RealECG MLII & V1 CONNECTION SETUP

Figure 63-1 shows a suggested connection setup using two RealECG units connected via a sync cable to simulate a standard 5-lead double channel configuration consisting of an MLII signal and a V1 signal. The human form is there only to show where the signals from the RealECG unit could be originating from; the signals from the RealECG unit SHOULD NOT be routed to a living individual. The signals from the RealECG unit should go directly into the ECG monitor.

Figure 63-1: Suggested Connection Setup Using Two Real ECG Units Connected Via a Sync Cable to Simulate a Standard 5-lead Double Channel Configuration with MLII & V1 signals.

Please note that the human form is there only to show where the signals from the RealECG unit could be originating from; the signals from the RealECG unit SHOULD NOT be routed to a living individual.

 

Figure 63-2 shows two RealECG units connected with a sync cable.

Figure 63-2: Sync Cable to Synchronize Two RealECG Units.

 

Figures 62-3, 62-4, and 62-5 show alternate views of the suggested connection setup to simulate a standard 5-lead double channel configuration with MLII & V1 signals.

Figure 63-3: Alternate View of Suggested Connection Setup Using Two RealECG Units Connected With a Sync Cable to Simulate a Standard 5-lead Double Channel Configuration With MLII & V1 signals.

Please note that the human form is there only to show where the signals from the RealECG unit could be originating from; the signals from the RealECG unit SHOULD NOT be routed to a living individual.

 

Figure 63-4: Alternate View of Suggested Connection Setup Using Two RealECG Units Connected With a Sync Cable to Simulate a Standard 5-lead Double Channel Configuration With MLII & V1 signals.

Please note that the human form is there only to show where the signals from the RealECG unit could be originating from; the signals from the RealECG unit SHOULD NOT be routed to a living individual.

 

Figure 63-5: Alternate View of Suggested Connection Setup Using Two RealECG Units Connected With a Sync Cable to Simulate a Standard 5-lead Double Channel Configuration With MLII & V1 signals.

Please note that the human form is there only to show where the signals from the RealECG unit could be originating from; the signals from the RealECG unit SHOULD NOT be routed to a living individual.

 

 

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