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Printed Circuit Board LED - RoHS
Diagnostic ECG
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Product Overview

The Printed Circuit Board LED is used for powering up and operating the LED equipment of MAC 5000 devices. The circuit board is used in the light pipe assembly with LED's. The processor board provides the processing for the acquired data, generation of audible alarms and generation of the displayed information for analog and digital displays and support for the communication channels that support port peripherals, USB devices and serial devices. The PCB is present in processor board and is enclosed with an enclosure kit. It provides path for power and communication between the devices in the board. The board is made up of a FR4 material which is a flame retardant. The applicable information is printed on the labels surface for identification purposes and all labels are securely affixed. This component is Field Replacement Unit (FRU). It is compliant to RoHS standards. This printed circuit board is compatible for the LED devices for MAC series devices.

Compatible Products

MAC 3500

MAC 3500

MAC 5500

MAC 5500

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