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Heated Pneuomotach Transducer 583 ml/sec

Precision Transducer for Research Data Acquisition

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Low Airflow 583ml/sec
Part #: SS49L

The SS49L heated pneumotach can perform a variety of pulmonary measurements relating to expired gas analysis, airflow, and lung volume. Each transducer type consists of an airflow pneumotach head coupled to a precision, highly sensitive, differential pressure transducer (RX137E1 with SS40L). The pneumotachs will connect directly to a breathing circuit or plethysmogram chamber. For airflow and lung volume measurements, connect a short airflow cannula to the pneumotach flow head. For switchable or replacement head options, see the RX137 Series.

This head is heated and includes power.

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