Seca mBCA 525

Medical Body Composition Analyzer for Determining Body Composition while Lying Down

The vital functions of immobile patients in particular must be monitored at all times. The seca mBCA 525 Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) was developed for just this application. Lightweight and compact, the device is equipped with its own Wi-Fi for immediate entry in available networks. The sophisticated technology delivers reliable and reproducible medical data and stores the results internally. The seca mBCA 525 is ideal for mobile use by nutritionists treating bedridden patients or for use in intensive care in hospitals.

Product Information

Dimensions(WxHxD) 252 x 262 x 230 mm / 9.9 x 10.3 x 9.1"
Weight 3 kg / 6.6 lbs
Display 7 " touchscreen-display
Power supply power adapter, rechargeable battery
Voltage 100 V – 240 V
Power frequency 50 Hz – 60 Hz
InterfacesWi-Fi, Ethernet, USB 2.0, seca 360° wireless technology
Compatible printerslaser printer and inkjet printer via PC software seca analytics 115
Medical device classIIa
Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis
Measurement method 8-point Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis
Type of electrodeadhesive electrodes (PVC-free)
Measurement frequencies1; 2; 5; 10; 50; 100; 200; 500 kHz
Measurements Impedance (Z), Resistance (R), Reactance (Xc), Phase angle (φ)
Phase angle measurement range0° to 20°
Mess Measurement range Impedance10 Ω to 1.000 Ω
Measurement segmentsRight arm, left arm, right leg, left leg, right half of body, left half of body, torso
Measurement current 100 μΑ
Measurement time30 seconds
Measurement of fat, water, muscle and other body parameters in lying position.
Perfect for mobile use at only 6.6 lbs with long-lasting rechargeable battery.
Wi-Fi connection between measuring mat and monitor guarantees reliable data transmission.
Easy-to-understand graphic presentation of measurement results on the touchscreen monitor.
Internal storage for results of approximately 100,000 measurements.
The only body composition analyzer designed for medical use and validated against the Four Compartment Model – the gold standard for fat-free mass estimation.
SECA 525 Brochure