Three Power Supply Systems

The Evita 300 can rely on electrical power supply to operate with the use of its PS500 unit, but it also offers you other alternatives. It can operate via GS500, a turbine-based power supply unit, or it can operate by using gas from its transport supply unit (TSU). While not relying on the PS500, the Evita 300 can fully function for up to four hours, allowing you to treat your patient even in the case of a power outage.

Individualised Configuration

With the Evita 300 ventilator it is possible to offer a highly individualised treatment to each patient. Simply adjust the operation mode and enter the relevant data of a patient and then transfer it onto a USB flash drive. Nothing shows you care as much as highly personalised treatment does, and it will come easy to you with the Evita 300.

A Rich Variety of Modes

This mechanical ventilator comes with a variety of modes that allow you to additionally individualise your treatment. To find out which modes the Evita 300 offers please refer to the table below.

Volume-controlled Pressure-controlled Support of spontaneous breathing














Fully Certified ICU Ventilators

Our Evita 300 ventilators are in total compliance with IEC 60601-1, IEC 60601-1-2, IEC 60601-1-6, IEC 60601-1-8, IEC 62304, and ISO 80601-2-12. Having met all the necessary requirements set by the Medical Device Directive (Directive 93/42/EEC), they are also fully CE-certified.


Item Specification
Main power supply 100 V to 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Gas supply 2.7 to 6.0 bar (or 270 to 600 kPa or 39 to 87 psi)
Dimensions of the ventilation unit with lateral standard rail (W x H x D) 361 mm x 320 mm x 410 mm

(14.3 in x 12.6 in x 16.1 in)

Operating temperature 0 to 50 mbar (or hPa or cmH2O)
Tidal volume Adults 0.1 to 3.0 L

Pediatric patients 0.02 to 0.3 L

Neonates 0.002 to 0.1 L

Inspiratory pressure 1 to 95 mbar (or hPa or cmH2O)
Expiratory pressure 0 to 50 mbar (or hPa or cmH2O)
Respiratory rate 0/min ~ 300/min
PEEP/intermittent PEEP 0 to 50 mbar (or hPa or cmH2O
Flow trigger 0.2 to 15 L/min
Pressure support 0 to 95 mbar (or hPa or cmH2O)
Peak expiratory flow 1 to 80 % (PEF)