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Oxygen analyzer MaxO2+A
calibrationfor medical deviceshand-held

oxygen analyzer
oxygen analyzer
oxygen analyzer
oxygen analyzer
oxygen analyzer
oxygen analyzer
oxygen analyzer
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Tested parameter
oxygen, calibration
for medical devices


MaxO2+A Overview The MaxO2+A analyzer was designed for simplicity and portability—ideal for checking the accuracy of delivered oxygen percentage in concentrators. Its patented, ergonomic design fits comfortably in your hand and features a simple, one-touch calibration and ON/OFF control. The MaxO2+A will calibrate to room air (20.9%) or 100% oxygen. For applications that require an external sensor, check out our MaxO2+AE. Features an integrated MAX-250+ long life sensors 5,000+ hours operation on 2 AA batteries Easy one-touch calibration Patented ergonomic design Quickly adapts to bore tube applications 24-month warranty on both the analyzer and sensor Specifications Measurement Range 0 - 100% Oxygen Display Resolution 0.1% Oxygen Warm-up Time None Required Operating Temperature Range 15°C - 40°C (59°F - 104°F) Operating Humidity Range 0 - 95% RH non-condensing Oxygen Measurement Accuracy ±3% actual oxygen level over full operating temperature range Sensor Connection M16 x 1 Thread Sensor Operating Life >900,000 oxygen percet hours, minimum 2 years in typical applications Maximum Storage Temperature Range 15°C - 50°C (5°F - 122°F) Optimal Storage Temperature Range 5°C - 25°C (41°F - 77°F) 90% Response Time <15 seconds @ 23°C Low-Battery Indicator “BAT” icon displayed on LCD Power Requirement 2-AA Alkaline Batteries (2x1.5 Volts) Calibration Reminder One week timer started with every calibration , “CAL” icon displayed on LCD Sensor Type Maxtec MAX-250+ galvanic fuel cell Total Weight 0.4 lbs (170 grams) Dimensions 3.75” (tall) x 3.00” (wide) x 1.33” (thick)



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