From the most recognized name in Electrosurgery,
the most advanced Operating Room solution.
The ICON GP is an innovative electrosurgical generator with fully digital implementation for use in today’s modern operating rooms. It was designed in conjunction with OR clinicians to provide a safe, user-friendly unit that can meet all operating room procedure demands.
* Cart sold separately.
Output Type: RF Isolated "F"
Pure Cut: 300W @ 300Ω
Blend: 200W @ 300Ω
Laparoscopic Cut: 300W @ 300Ω
Special Cut: 300W @ 300Ω
Pinpoint Coag: 120W @ 500Ω
Spray Coag: 120W @ 500Ω
| Laparoscopic Coag: 120W @ 500Ω
Gentle Coag: 120W @ 125Ω
Macro Bipolar: 80W @ 100Ω
Micro Bipolar: 80W @ 100Ω
Auto Stop: 80W @ 100Ω
Gentle Bipolar: 50W @ 25Ω
Output Frequency: 492 kHZ ±5
Line Voltage 100-240: VAC 50-60 HZ
Easy to Use
Bovie ICON GP Features
- Touch-Screen Interface with high resolution TFT color display — No buttons or knobs
- Swivel bezel allows the screen to be viewed from almost any angle
- Intuitive graphical user interface allows easy setup and quick settings adjustments
- Physician Preference database provides a quick changeover between cases
- Bovie NEM™, is recognized amongst the safest technology available to reduce the risk of pad burns
- Increases patient safety by requiring the use of only split pads
- Common Sense error messaging prevents misinterpretation and allows for quicker troubleshooting
- Laparoscopic Modes to help prevent capacitive coupling induced burns
- Digitally controlled outputs and user interface means that new modes can be added so that your unit is never outdated
- Multiple communication ports (i.e. USB, RS 232 and Ethernet) allow the ICON GP to link up with other equipment in the operating room (OR)
- New Accessory connector for future devices
• Standard Four-Year Warranty
• The ICON GP is backed by the Bovie name, the most recognized name in electrosurgery.
- Variety of modes allows for tailored settings for many surgical applications
- Bovie FDFS™— Technology that calculates the impedance, 5,000 times per second by sampling
the current and voltage 5,000,000 times per second.