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Heated Head for TSD137B and SS46L 50ml/sec
Part #: RX137B1, RX137C1, RX137D1, RX137E1, RX137F1, RX137G1, RX137H1

The RX137 series are heated airflow head replacements for TSD137 and SS45L-SS52L pneumotach transducers—the head is heated (includes an AC137A power supply controller) and connects to the SS40L differential pressure transducer via standard 4mm ID tubing.

RX137 series heads can be mixed and matched with any of the TSD137 series and SS45L-SS52L series pneumotachs. A wide range in flows can be accommodated by switching one head for another when using a single pneumotach.  Multiple RX137 heads help eliminate equipment downtime during cleaning procedures.

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MRI Usage: MR Conditional

Condition: Tested to 3T: Contains ferrous material – must be clamped down in the safe MRI operating area.

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