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Pneumotach Transducer
Part #: TSD107B

The TSD107B highly linear, wide-range airflow transducer can be used to perform a variety of high-performance tests relating to airflow, lung volume, and expired gas analysis, and is ideal for applications that have large flow requirements (e.g., exercise physiology). The TSD107B consists of a high-performance pneumotach coupled with an internal, precision differential pressure transducer that converts the differential pressure generated across the pneumotach into a proportional voltage signal. The TSD107B interfaces with the DA100C general-purpose transducer amplifier.

The TSD107B is factory calibrated to nominally satisfy the scaling factor:

1 mVolt output = 11.1 liters/sec flow rate

When connected to the DA100C with Gain =1,000, the calibration factor is:

1 Volt = 11.1 liters/sec

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Part #: TSD107B
Categories: Transducers - Research
Subcategories: Airflow - Research

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  • To perform a calibration check, use calibration syringe AFT26 per the instructions in TSD107B specifications.
  • For airflow and lung volume measurements, use the TSD107B with the AFT21 non-rebreathing T valve and the AFT9 mouthpiece with the AFT4 bacterial filter.
  • For exercise physiology measurements, use the TSD107B with the AFT25 facemask (includes integral non-rebreathing T valve) and the AFT15A or AFT15B mixing chambers.
See also: Airflow Accessories

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