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Physio 200 Treadmill (PHYSIO200)
Structure
  • Flexible floor
  • Steel plate
  • Moving wheels
  • Mobil control board with sensitive keys
  • Power supply 230 V / 50 Hz / 20 A
  • Consumption 16 A
  • Motor power : 1,5 kW
  • Sound level : 40 to 70 dB
  • Manuel and program mode operation (depending of the model)
  • Front handrail
  • Briefcase
  • Emergency stop system
  • Speed : 0,1 - 10 km/h
  • Running surface : 53x150 cm
  • Space required : 215x100x160 cm
  • Weight : 260 kg - 370 kg
  • Maximum user weight : 220 kg
Physio 400 Bike (PHYSIO400)
Structure
  • Very rigid, mechanical welded frame
  • Electromagnetic braking system using Eddy current
  • Transmission by flexible, noiseless belts with automatic strain
  • Saddle with adjustable height
  • Handles and moving wheels
  • Easy of leg access
  • Power supply 230 V / 50 Hz 16 A (2P+T) consumption 1 A
  • Space required (cm) : 135x74x135
  • Weight (kg) : 65
  • Maximum user weight (kg): 130

Electronics
  • Display in 5 languages p Display : Developed power (Watts), Braking indications (Watts), Speed (tr/mn), Distance (km), Time, Consumed calories (for Physio 430, Physio 460 and Physio 470)
  • “Basic” liquid-crystal display (for Physio 410)
  • Classic” liquid-crystal display with LED (for Physio 430, Physio 460 and Physio 470)
  • Programming system : 5 free programmes, 1 programme with constant power, 12 pre-set programmes (for Physio 430, Physio 460 and Physio 470)
  • Possible use in manual mode

Physio 600 Ergocycle (PHYSIO600)
Structure

  • Welded and fixed frame
  • Electromagnetic braking system using Eddy current
  • Transmission by flexible, noiseless belts with automatic strain
  • Adjustable seat with reinforced structure
  • Seat-cushion and seat-back in foam with memory for superb comfort
  • Sliding with bearings on accurate shaft
  • Control board with adjustable rotation
  • Ergonomic handles
  • Briefcase
  • Moving wheels
  • Easy of leg access
  • Power supply 230 V / 50 Hz 16 A (2P+T) consumption 1 A
  • Developed power from 5 to 550 W (0 to 150 tr/mn)
  • Adjustable pedals’ arms in length
  • Space required (cm) : 189x74x113
  • Weight (kg) : 65
  • Maximum user weight (kg): 250

Physio 700 Upper-Body Ergocycle (PHYSIO700)
Structure
  • Very rigid, mechanical welded frame
  • Electromagnetic braking system using Eddy current
  • Transmission by flexible, noiseless belts with automatic strain
  • Braking indications from 5 to 160 W (0 to 50 tr/mn)
  • Possibility to work in both direction of rotation (with freewheels)
  • Adjustable crank arms in length
  • Mobile control board
  • Power supply 230 V / 50 Hz 16 A (2P+T) consumption 1 A
Electronics
  • Display in 5 languages
  • Display : Power (Watts), Braking indications (Watts), Speed (tr/mn), Distance (km), Time, Developed torque (Nm)
Programming System
  • 5 free programmes
  • Programme with constant power
  • 12 pre-set programmes (for Physio 730 and Physio 760)
  • Possible use in manual mode

TM Bipodal Stabiloscope HQZ (TMHQZ)
Structure
  • No mains supply ; only 2 batteries of 1,5 volts located in the housing to the right of the control board
  • A frame to hold the patient in the shape of walking frame
  • Average height : 80 cm from the tray
  • Adjustable from + or – 10 cm depending on the patient’s height
  • Width (m) : 0,74 p Depth (m) : 0,70
  • Average height (m) : 1,05 p Weight (kg) : 25
  • Maximum user’s weight (kg): 110

Electronics
  • A wide, low, easy-access, oscillating tray located at least 10 cm from the floor
  • Amplitude of oscillations : + or – 3 cm
  • Side, to-and-fro or overall oscillations
  • Adjustment of the tray mobility:
  • A central handle to adjust the hardness
  • Increase by turning clockwise
  • Reduction by turning anti-clockwise
  • Selection system for the direction of tray oscillations:
  • Sideways (right, left) by raising the adjustment handle located under the luminous point
  • To-and-fro (forwards, backwards) by raising the adjustment handle to the right
  • Overall by putting both handles in OFF position
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