Key Features

 

Immediate results
Small, portable capnograph
Designed to fit easily onto a breathing circuit
Rugged design for reliable operation in challenging environments
Clear, continuous capnograph of carbon dioxide values
Simple, easy-to-use interface for quick set-up

Analyze Each Cycle of Respiration System

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Waveform capnography measures the partial pressure of carbon dioxide (CO2) detected at the end of exhalation. Known as end-tidal CO2, or EtCO2, this value provides important information about the health of patients—especially those in respiratory distress, cardiac arrest, or shock.
This measurement is displayed as a waveform that shows the respiratory rate and how much CO2 is present during each stage of respiration. Normal EtCO2 levels are 35 to 45 mm Hg, and the waveform generally has a rectangular shape. As the respiratory rate and tidal volume change, the waveform changes as well.

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Mainstream Sensor Type
Non-Dispersive Infrared Gas Analysis Technique
Compact Multi-Channel Infrared Detector

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CO2 Measurement Range: 0 -19.7%, 0 -150 mmHg, 0 – 20 kPa
CO2 Resolution: 0.1 mmHg
CO2 Measurement Accuracy
0-40 mmHg: ± 2 mmHg
41-70 mmHg: ± 5% of Reading
71-100 mmHg: ± 8% of Reading
101-150 mmHg: ± 10% of Reading
Respiration Rate: 3 -150 Brpm
Respiration Rate Accuracy: 1% ±1Brpm
Circumstance Pressure: 86 to 106 kPa
Power Demand: 5 V ± %5 (max ripple 200 mVp-p)a
Power Consumption: <150 mA
Storage Condition: 40°C to 70°C , < 90 % RH, Non-Condensing
Operating Condition: 5°C to 50°C , < 10 to 90 % RH, Non-Condensing

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