We’ve successfully downsized the battery – and made it lighter and flatter – so that it takes up less room in a child’s socket and creates a more natural look. The addition of more flexible cables makes it easier to manage the cables inside the socket, too.
Designed to work with the 7.4 volt children’s system, the 757B35=0 MyoEnergy Integral consists of two battery cells (35mm x 20mm x 6.5 mm) and an electronic unit (22mm x 17 mm x 5mm), and is based on lithium polymer technology with a 300 mAh capacity.
The system is compatible with a 7in 1 controller, which allows the user to adjust the grip force and speed of the popular children’s Electric Hand 2000 terminal device, and can be charged with the MyoCharge Integral 757L35 – just the like the larger 757B35=1 and =3 batteries.
Scope of delivery includes:
- Battery Lamination Dummy
- Charging Receptacle Lamination Dummy
- Drilling Template for Charging Receptacle
- Charger must be ordered separately - 757L35 MyoCharge Integral
|Capacity||300 mAh||600 mAh||1,150 mAh|
|Approx. output voltage||7.4 V||7.4 V||7.4 V|
|Approx. charging time||2.5 h||2.5 h||2.5 h|
|Technology||Lithium polymer||Lithium polymer||Lithium-ion|
|for||System MyoBock||System MyoBock||System MyoBock|
|Charger||MyoCharge Integral 757L35||MyoCharge Integral 757L35||MyoCharge Integral 757L35|
Proper Care The 7.4 Volt Arm Prosthetic System for Children - Information for Practitioners
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13/625/757 - Lithium-ion battery Safety Data Sheet
Safety Data Sheet
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757B35=0 MyoEnergy Integral - Instructions for Use
Instructions for Use
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