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Used Dental Electrosurge | Parkell Sensimatic 600SE

The Sensimatic Model 600SE is a solid-state dental electrosurgery unit. It features a low-impedance, high-frequency output not commonly found in electrosurgery units with tube circuitry. Once set for the case at hand, the device adjusts automatically during the procedure to compensate for different resistance loads encountered at the operative site.

The Model 600SE is useful in oral surgery, periodontia, orthodontia, endodontia, prosthodontia, operative and crown and bridge procedures.

Features: 
  • Monopolar electrosurgery with Cut
  • Cut/Coag
  • Coagulation settings
Benefits: 
  • Easy to use
  • Has multiple uses and functions in general dentistry
Limitations/Considerations: 
  • Do not use this device around persons wearing a pacemaker
  • Do not operate the electrosurge without using the patient indifferent pad. The pad should not touch the patient’s bare skin. 
  • Turn power off before changing electrodes to avoid shock exposure. After locking the electrode in the handpiece, examine it carefully to assure that the metal shaft is fully seated with no metal exposed.
  • Be sure handpiece, cable and electrodes are dry before using to avoid shock.
  • Before each use, inspect the electrode to assure that the plastic sheathing (insulation) covering the metal shaft is intact. Do not bend the electrode where it is insulated, as this may crack the plastic sheath.
  • Release footswitch before inserting or removing the handpiece from the patient’s mouth.
Technical Specifications: 
  • Weight: 
    8.3 lbs
  • Maximum Power Output: 
    70 Watts rms (@ 400 Ohm load) approximate
  • Operating Frequency: 
    1.4 -1.7 MHz (megacycles)
  • Fuses : 
    2.5A, 120/230V, Type T (Both line and neutral fused)
  • Line Voltage: 
    117 Volts +- 10% AC, 60 Hz, 2 amps maximum
  • Dimensions (Inch): 
    3 H x 6 1/2 D x 11 W
  • Maximum Output Voltage (no load): 
    286 Volts rms