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Inline Coupler for O2 Sensor

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coupler for O2 sensor
Part #: AFT301

This inline coupler has a threaded port to fit the Galvanic Oxygen Sensor (RX301; included in TSD301) and ends that fit 22 mm smooth bore tubing (such as AFT12).  The coupler is ideally suited for ventilator testing and interfaces with the patient tubing that connects to the ventilator outlet.

This inline coupler is used to ensure that the O2 sensor is exposed to full flow in breathing or ventilator circuits, as when the TSD301 is added to the Ventilator Validation Kit (VVK100-SYS) for oxygen concentration (% Oxygen) measurements—synchronized with flow cycling.

Total length 76.2 mm
Port: M16-1 tapped hole
Ends: 31.75 mm OD
Material: Delrin® Acetal Resin

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