Cardisuny 501A

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Cardisuny 501A

Postby Guest » Mon Sep 18, 2017 4:59 pm

My ancient Cardisuny 501A ECG machine has been giving me fits. It keeps recording the ECG at 1/2 cm/mv instead of 1 cm/mv, so the standardization mark is only 5mm high, instead of 10. I know this thing came over on the Mayflower, but I like it way better than the newer Contec ones my branch bought. Tried it, hated it. No paper guide, could never get the paper to feed in straight.

I did have it in for service a while back, tuned everything up, got a new battery pack. The instruction manual for this is long gone. Any ideas on how I can override this? Or is it time to bite the bullet and put my old friend out to pasture? It's the only thing I still have from when I started 20 years ago!

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