Oxygen sensor OOM110
for respiratory devices

oxygen sensor
oxygen sensor
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for respiratory devices
Pressure range

Max.: 2 bar (29.01 psi)

Min.: 0.6 bar (8.7 psi)


Details Art. No.E01-00-0098 TitleOOM110 Info1Oxygen Sensor Info2Standard plugModular Jack 4P4C Description Accurate and reliable Long-term stability Outstanding product quality Certifications CE FDA/510(k) CMDCAS JGMDN EnviteC has been developing and manufacturing highly specialized products for medical applications for more than twenty years now. As part of the Honeywell International Inc. technology group, one of the largest sensor manufacturers worldwide, EnviteC trusts in the quality of advanced production methods in its home country – “Health made in Germany”. The result is a broad array of measuring and monitoring systems for determining oxygen concentrations that go beyond mere standard solutions. Experienced EnviteC engineers analyze our customer requirements. This input is used for the most diverse standard and OEM applications, and ongoing support is provided right up to the final integration in the solution. EnviteC designs customized sensors characterized by a maximum possible degree of precision, for example with different signal levels or temperature compensation elements. All our sensors share the same extraordinary quality, durability and longterm availability. Flexible production processes at our Wismar site lay the foundation for reliable deliveries to leading medical and industrial companies around the globe. Every sensor which leaves the Wismar facility undergoes one hundred percent final quality controls. The medtech market is constantly evolving – and EnviteC is no exception. EnviteC’s research and development activities are consistently aligned to customer and market needs.


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