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Low Flow Trans 90L/min

Precision Transducer for Research Data Acquisition

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Low Flow Trans 90L/min
Part #: TSD127

The TSD127 can perform a variety of pulmonary measurements relating to airflow, lung volume, and expired gas analysis. The transducer includes a detachable flow head (RX127) for easy cleaning and sterilization. The TSD127 is intended for low flow applications. The pneumotach airflow head (RX127) is coupled to a precision, highly sensitive, differential pressure transducer (TSD160A). The TSD127 will connect directly to a breathing circuit or plethysmogram chamber.

  • For airflow and lung volume measurements, connect a short airflow cannula to the TSD127.
  • For measurements of expired gases, use the TSD127 with the AFT22 non-rebreathing valve.
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